Graeme Peebles

b. 1955

Mezzotint printmaker Graeme Peebles studied printmaking at RMIT between 1973 and 1975, where he later lectured from 1981 to 1986. Peebles has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and internationally in Italy, Thailand, Singapore and at the British Print Biennale. In 2005 a survey exhibition of his work was held at the Geelong Gallery, VIC. Peebles was awarded a Churchill fellowship in 1977, the Henri Worland Prize in 1983, the Queen Victoria Print Prize in 1981 and the Gold Coast and Aberdare Prizes in 1989. His work is held by the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Parliament House, Canberra; Artbank, Sydney; most state galleries, several regional and university galleries and internationally in collections in Italy and the United States.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

2019

In Blog

Graeme Peebles Survey Exhibition – Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop

Graeme Peebles ‘From Velvety Depths’ Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop 21 June – 12 August ‘From Velvety Depths’ presents recent works …

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Dale Miles finalist in the Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture

Congratulations to Dale Miles for his work Eternal Muse (2019) that has been selected as a finalist in the 2020 …

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Drawing and Printmaking Workshop with Martin King

In May, print maker Martin King will feature as a guest artist with Amazigh Cultural Tours. This 14 day immersive, cultural tour of …

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Dianne Fogwell feature in ‘Printmaking Today’

Issue 112 Vol. 28 of Printmaking Today magazine features an interview with printmaker Dianne Fogwell, focusing on her recent works …

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