Rosalie Duligal – “Misty Roads”

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Sydney Harbour bridge gets very misty when it rains. I was inspired to paint the misty road that I could not see the end of.

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: 50 x 50cm

Item condition: New

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Auction ends: 31/05/2018 9:00 pm
Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Starting bid: $250.00

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Rosalie has tried very hard to achieve great standards in her work and to do this she has spent twenty-two years studying ceramics and Fine Art.

During her early years at Gymea Tafe she was awarded magazine entries in Ceramics Australia and given exhibitions in Innercity Clayworkers. Rosalie was also a semi finalist in the Sydney Myers Art and Design and last year was entered in the Art and Design end of year magazine.

Rosalie then went on to study at St George Tafe of Fine Arts where she did many exhibitions with the college and on her own. She entered and curated her own exhibitions, but also collaborated with other artists.

In 2013, she finished her third year at the National Art School and whilst studying, gave two exhibitions, one at Hazlehurst Sutherland, and Insitu at Mosman that was planned by the Mosman Art Gallery.

She have also contributed much of her artwork to the community of Rockdale and Arncliffe for the council to highlight the talent and skills of local artists. Rosalie was also chosen to participate in Harmony Day where her paintings were accepted and photographed for their pamphlet that was sent around the world.

Rosalie also organized and ran an exhibition with two other artists at W Studio and held a successful exhibition called Journeys. In her final year at the National Art School, she participated in the Grid Show.

Her work is constantly changing and challenging what is contemporary in our world today.

Her work most recently exhibited in the Skin Gallery Melbourne, and the Lime Light Gallery Sydney.

Rosalie also did an exhibition at the Lair Gallery titled A Face in the Crowd, then the Gallipoli art exhibition where she was chosen as a finalist so thrilling, at the Gallipoli Memorial Club Museum, and again at the Muse gallery where she had many works in the exhibition.

Shes was then a finalist in the Womens Art Prize and her painting was exhibited as a finalist. Ever working hard, she also did a group exhibition where she did all the promotional work at the Palm House Royal Botanic Gardens, which ran for two weeks.

Rosalie has just graduated with her Masters of Art at COFA Paddington. It could be said she never tires from the Arts.


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