Aimee Sharpe

Aimee Sharpe - Australian Galleries
Administrative Gallery Assistant

Aimee comes from an Art Theory & History background, completing her undergraduate degree at the College of Fine Arts in 2012. After graduating, Aimee moved to the Pilbara region of Western Australia where she coordinated a regional gallery for the non-for-profit arts organisation, FORM. Aimee lived in the Pilbara for two years and is incredibly passionate about Aboriginal art and culture. Aimee previously worked at Aboriginal & Pacific Art in Waterloo, and is currently completing her Masters in Museum & Heritage Studies at the University of Sydney.

Favourite artist of all time: That’s too hard! But at the moment – Abudul Abudullah, Doreen Chapman, Olafur Eliasson, Nick Pont and Bugai Whyoulter

Favourite artwork of all time: Martu women’s collaborative ‘Ngayartu Kujarra (Lake Dora)’. The magnitude and the glow of the white salt lake is incredible – I could look at it all day.

Hobbies: Going to the beach, bush walking, travelling, cooking, yoga & music, and of course … art & museums