Rona Green

b. 1972

Rona Green is highly regarded for her eclectic and endearing anthropomorphic characters. She is a fancier of Egyptian art, historical figures, science fiction, B-grade movies, secret societies, tattooing traditions, subcultures and the animal kingdom. Rona has been the recipient of numerous awards for her printmaking including the Geelong Print Prize, Swan Hill Print Acquisitive Award and Silk Cut Award for Linocuts Grand Prize. Her work is represented in over 40 public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Artbank, Sydney and the Chiang Mai Contemporary Art Museum, Thailand.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

2015

In Blog

In coversation with Rona Green

We visit Rona Green in her amazing Abbotsford studio to find out what inspires her and take a look at …

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Rona Green: ‘Champagne taste and lemonade pockets’ at Bendigo Art Gallery

Tattoos, science fiction, B-grade movies and secret societies –  this is the fodder of Rona Green, an artist renowned for …

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2017 Geelong acquisitive print awards – Shortlist announced

Geelong Gallery is delighted to announce that 38 works by 39 leading and emerging Australian artists have been shortlisted for …

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‘Beyond Woop Woop: John Kelly’s Antarctic Paintings’ at Trinity College

EXHIBITION OPENING The Warden of Trinity College, Professor Ken Hinchcliff, invites you to the opening of our next captivating exhibition: …

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