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Michele Morcos is a multimedia visual artist with a studio practice in Sydney, Australia. She graduated from UNSW Art & Design (Collage of Fine Arts) in 1999 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting/drawing) and a BA Honours in Art Theory. Michele has exhibited her work in seven solo exhibitions and over twenty group exhibitions throughout Australia. She has been selected twice as a finalist for The Brett Whiteley Art Scholarship and also for major prizes such as the Mosman Art Prize.
During the past 10 years, Michele has worked and taught in a number of art galleries including Object: Australian Centre for Art & Design Centre in Sydney. She has also completed a number of Artist-in-residence programs in Australia & overseas. In 2015 Michele travelled to Skopelos, Greece to participate in an Artist-in Residence program at The Milos Studios. In September 2016 she held her seventh solo exhibition at Koskela Gallery in Sydney, exhibiting a new body of work inspired by her residency to Greece.
This series of Landscape works are inspired by Micheles travels to Mutawintji National Park, Broken Hill and Fowlers Gap that are on the traditional lands of Malyankapa, Pandjikali and Wilyakali peoples, in Far Western NSW. Through multimedia drawings, paintings and coil woven objects, this series of landscape works create a multilayered visual landscape that asks us to look at the infinitesimal details of nature, and feel the colour, beauty and poetry that quietly surrounds us in the every –when.
Artist: Michele Morcos
Title: Naming a Wonder - 2021
Dimensions: 42 H x 42 W (cm)
Materials: Acrylic on wood - Tasmanian oak frame
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