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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2018 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing – Finalists Announced

The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country. Inaugurated …

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William Robinson ‘Genesis’ Exhibition, Paris 2018

European audiences will have the opportunity to view rarely seen works by William Robinson alongside some of Robinson’s most notable …

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Still Life Oil Painting Workshop with Andrea J. Smith

Maximising a limited palette Internationally acclaimed artist, Andrea J. Smith has her own art schools in New York and Rome …

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