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Fabia Tory

FABIA TORY

                      
1956 Born Sydney
1975-78 Diploma in Art Alexander Mackie College (now called College of Fine Art University NSW-COFA)

MAJOR EXHIBITIONS
1989 Seasons Gallery, North Sydney 
1990 Seasons Gallery, North Sydney Works on Paper
1991 Forest Bluff School, Chicago USA
1992 Seasons Gallery, North Sydney Living on an Island
1993 Forest Bluff School, Chicago USA Works on Paper
1994 Featured at Visual Outlines Gallery, Chicago USA
1995 Seasons Gallery, North Sydney Launching UNICEF Greeting Cards
1998 Seasons Gallery, North Sydney A Painter’s World 
2004 Artarmon Galleries Gallery I & II
2006 Artarmon Galleries Gallery I
2008 Artarmon Galleries Central Australia
2010 Artarmon Galleries Works on Paper with John Coburn and Ruth Faerber
         Galleries I, II & III
2013 Artarmon Galleries with Peter Zanetti & Dick Roughsey
2014 Royal North Shore Hospital: Art & Heritage Program
2014 Nepean Hospital: Health & Arts Research
2016 Blacktown Hospital, 
2016 Nepean Hospital: Health & Arts Research
2018 Artarmon Galleries with Peter Zanetti

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
1977 Macquarie Galleries, Sydney ‘Young Sydney Painters’
1979 Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney ‘5 Graduate Students’
1979 Blaxland Gallery, Sydney ‘Five Young Painters’
1987-91 Narrabeen Tramshed, Sydney ‘Art from Overseas’
               Painters from Scotland Island
1990 Seasons Gallery, North Sydney ‘The Cup That Cheers’
1991 Millburn Gallery, Millburn, Chicago USA
1991 Millburn Gallery, Millburn, Chicago USA 3 Person Show
1993 NSW Writers Centre, Rozelle. Book covers exhibition with Helen Geier
1994 Balmain Watch House, Sydney ‘Exhibition Exotica: 2 Painters & 2 Potters’
1995 Scotland Island Community Hall ‘Island Renaissance’
1995 Open Studio-Pittwater Festival
1995 Studio Showcase, Rozelle Sydney ‘Women’s Images of Women’
1995 Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Paddington, Sydney ‘It’s About Time’
1998 Avalon Primary School ‘Art from the Edge’ Pittwater Festival
1998 Graham Gallery Kembla heights ‘Flowers, Fronds and Fruits’
1998 Greenhill Galleries SA ‘Christmas Show’
1998-00 Scotland Island Community Hall Island Artists Exhibition
1999 Gadfly Gallery, Dalkeith WA 
2000 North Sydney Fine Arts Gallery ‘From the Mountains to the Sea’
2000 North Sydney Fine Arts Gallery ‘Inside and Outside the Garden’                                                                
2003 Aust Catholic University, Canberra ‘Touching the Surface’                                                
2003 Artarmon Galleries, Sydney ‘Art and Theatre’
2005 Artarmon Galleries ‘50 Year Anniversary Show’
2005 North Sydney Council Chambers ‘Inspired By Nature’
2008 COFA Uni NSW Alumni Prize Exhibition
2011 SCA Australian & Afghan Art Collaboration & Art Auction
2016 Artarmon Galleries ‘Six Thirty-Six’

Included in numerous private collections in Australia, England, USA, Spain and New Zealand

COMMISSIONS
Royal North Shore Hospital 2014 
Still Life with Scallop Shells. Country Picnic.

REPRODUCTIONS
‘Waterlilies Kakadu’ used for cover of Collected Poems of Les A Murray, published 1992 Heinemann Octopus Press. London
‘Paper Bark Trees’ used for cover of The Paper Bark Tree by Les A Murray, published 1993, Heinemann Octopus Press. London 
‘Trincomalee by the Sea’ used for cover of Mysteries, poems by Jamie Grant, published 1993, William Heinemann, Australia

1995 Three paintings selected by UNICEF, New York for reproduction on their Christmas/Greeting cards
1996 ‘On the Road to Alice Springs’ selected by UNICEF for Christmas card
1997 ‘On the Road from Uluru’ selected by UNICEF for Christmas card
1998 ‘Burrewarra Point Lookout’ selected by UNICEF for Christmas card
1999 ‘Banksias’ selected by UNICEF for Mothers Day card
2001 ‘Burrewarra Point’ selected by UNICEF for Christmas card

BOOKS PUBLISHED - A Book of Not Forgetting - a memoir. May 2016 

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Artists and Galleries of Australia 2nd Edition by Max Germaine, published by Bullarong Publications
Encyclopaedia of Australian Women Artists by Max Germaine

ARTIST in RESIDENCE - 2009 November. Sails in the Desert, Yulara. Northern Territory. (Not taken up due to death of my husband, Lewis.)