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Angus Gardner is an artist currently living and working in Melbourne, Victoria. Gardner is deeply curious about the spatial environment and explores representing local atmospheres. His works span drawing, painting and ceramics. Gardner’s two- and three-dimensional visual investigations include mapping experiences of place, time, navigation and movement. Recent works reference locations situated in Paris, Sydney and Melbourne.

Gardner completed a Bachelor of Design at The University of New South Wales Art and Design in 2014. He has been a sessional tutor in visual arts and ceramics at The University of New South Wales and worked in a number of professional artist studios. Gardner has had solo exhibitions at Gallery 9, Sydney, NSW and Wellington St Projects, Sydney, NSW and was recently a finalist in the 2019 Manningham Victorian Ceramic Award.



Get it touch ~
anguswgardner@gmail.com
@angusgardner


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Education and Training
2011-2014 – Bachelor of Design, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales

Solo Exhibitions
2018 - Climbing Trees, Gallery 9, Sydney
2017 – Those Guys, Wellington St Projects, Sydney

Two Person Exhibitions
2016 – S-MILE, Saint Cloche Gallery, Sydney

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019 - Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award, Manningham Art Gallery, Melbourne
Victoria St, The Wandering Room, Melbourne
Pushing the Boundaries, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney

2018 - LifeBlood, Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Sydney  
Teapot Show, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney  
Sgraffito, Saint Cloche Gallery, Sydney  
Realtime Stockroom, Down/Under Space, Sydney
It ain’t about how fast you get there, Tributary Projects, Canberra

2017 - Guess Who 2, Wellington Street Projects, Sydney
296d, 296 Darlinghurst Rd, Sydney
Collectors Space, Art Month Sydney
Absolutely, JDH Architects, Sydney

2016 - SQ1 @ ARO, ARO Gallery, Sydney
In Residence, The Depot Gallery, Sydney

2014 - Slow Burn, Kudos Gallery, Sydney

2013 - Spin the Table, ADSpace, Sydney

Publications/Interviews/Articles
2019 - Mitsuji, Tai. Angus Gardner, Australian Art Collector Magazine, Issue 87, Pp. 116 - 117.