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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Midawarr | Harvest: The Art of Mulkuṉ Wirrpanda and John Wolseley

24 November 2017 to 18 February 2018 | Studio Gallery |  Free entry, donations welcome   The upcoming Midawarr | Harvest exhibition at the …

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Archibald Prize 2017 review: A difference between male and female portraitists

www.watoday.com.auby Robert Nelson Archibald Prize 2017 Geelong Art Gallery, until 10 December Athena Bellas is so perfect that she doesn’t …

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The Design Files Open House – featuring works on paper by Belynda Henry

After a little hiatus, The Design Files welcomes you to their 5th Open House. Taking place at 35 Johnston Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, the door …

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