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b. 1938, United Kingdom

John Wolseley Biography

John Wolseley (b.1938) is one of Australia’s most well respected contemporary artists. In 2005 he was made an Honorary Doctor of Science by Macquarie University and was also awarded the Visual Art Emeritus Award by the Australia Council.

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Wolseley’s work has been selected for numerous important group exhibitions such as Reframing Darwin: Evolution and art in Australia, at the Ian Potter Museum of Art in Melbourne (2009); The Ecologies Project, at the Monash University Museum of Art in Melbourne (2008); A Bird in the Hand, at the LaTrobe University Visual Arts Centre Gallery and the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (2006), and 2004 – Australian Art Now at Federation Square, National Gallery of Victoria (2004).

A major monograph, John Wolseley: Land Marks by Sasha Grishin was published in 1998 by Craftsman House and a second, expanded edition was published in 2006. John Wolseley’s work is represented in all the major State galleries and in numerous private collections in Australia and internationally.

John Wolseley Featured Artworks

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101 Insect Life Stories No 22, Batesian Mimicry 2 by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John Wolseley101 Insect Life Stories No 22, Batesian Mimicry 2, 2017etching and relief print from found wood
82 x 14 cm
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101 Insect Life Stories No 16. Scolytus Destructor Beetle by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John Wolseley101 Insect Life Stories No 16. Scolytus Destructor Beetle, 2017etching and relief print from found wood
82 x 14 cm
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101 Insect Life Stories No 41, Whipstick chine-collé beetle by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John Wolseley101 Insect Life Stories No 41, Whipstick chine-collé beetle, 2017etching and relief print from found wood chine-collé
30 x 40.5 cm
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101 Insect Life Stories No 40. Coleoptera by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John Wolseley101 Insect Life Stories No 40. Coleoptera, 2017etching with watercolour
30 x 40.5 cm
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101 Insect Life Stories No 13, Ur-Beetle by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John Wolseley101 Insect Life Stories No 13, Ur-Beetlerelief print and watercolour on paper
43 x 36 cm
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Immanuel Kant’s Log by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John WolseleyImmanuel Kant’s Log, 2016graphite rubbing from found wood with coloured pencil
35 x 88 cm
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Windblown insects on the salt - Lake Tyrrell (for JC) by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John WolseleyWindblown insects on the salt - Lake Tyrrell (for JC)etching chine-collé over watercolour
35.5 x 47.5 cm
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101 Insect Life Stories No 14. Kamarooka Grey Box Beetle by John Wolseley contemporary artwork
John Wolseley101 Insect Life Stories No 14. Kamarooka Grey Box Beetle, 2017three relief prints from found wood, chine-collé over watercolour
32 x 60 cm
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John Wolseley Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, John Wolseley, One Hundred and One Insect Life Stories at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
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21 March–13 April 2019 John Wolseley One Hundred and One Insect Life Stories Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

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Midawarr | Harvest: The Art of Mulkun Wirrpanda and John Wolseley Related Video & Audio Midawarr | Harvest: The Art of Mulkun Wirrpanda and John Wolseley 14 December 2018, Art Guide Australia

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) 4 August 2018 – 3 March 2019 Midawarr | Harvest: The Art of Mulkun Wirrpanda and John Wolseley , is the culmination of an extraordinary friendship between two of Australia's most distinguished senior artists, celebrating their shared obsession with traditional Yolŋu plant use. The...

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