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PREVIOUS Exhibitions and Events of note...

2021 The Kimberley & Beyond III. With borders closed the only option was to exhibit within W.A. The 16 m. panorama, on its first appearance outside of the Kimberley, brought many accolades. Larger pieces painted for Canberra were included, as well as some Antarctic pieces. The venue, MBCAG... The Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery in Fremantle (see 2009 exhib.) is a Heritage listed old building of much character. Roomy enough for the panorama and 42 other pieces, the exhibition proved once again that the viewers very much appreciated an artist with several styles and that traditional landscape, painted with skill and knowledge of the country, is still very popular with all ages.
2020 Unprecedented. Due to the covid restrictions on travel and the Canberra exhibition having to be cancelled, mounted another exhibition at The Kununurra Country Club. This was a mixture of new and studio clearance works. Titled Unprecedented, the exhibition was greatly appreciated by the stay in home-town locals. Pre-hang planning
Pre-Hang Planning
2019 Unplanned. The Kununurra Country Club, East Kimberley... an exhibition of latest works accompanied by a retrospective insight, 30 years of Nadeen’s involvement in the Art Scene in The Kimberley.
2018 The Queensland - Kimberley Crossover. April-May, The Petrie Terrace, (Royal Qld Art Society) Gallery, Brisbane.
2016 Encore Broome, May-September, The Old Pearlers House, Broome, W.A. with fellow artist, Kimberley Kohan.
2015 The Kimberley & Beyond II, May-September, The Old Pearlers House, Broome, W.A., with Kimberley Kohan.
2014 Degrees of Connection, TACIT Contemporary Art, Abbottsford, Melbourne, with Kimberley Kohan.
The Kimberley & Beyond, Perth Convention Centre, Perth waterfront, with Kimberley Kohan.
2013 Continual exhibition since 1998, Diversion then Lovell Gallery, Kununurra, East Kimberley. Nadeen also organised and participated in five multi-artist, Environmental Exhibitions running concurrently with the gallery exhibitions. Just a little higher
Just a little higher
2010 Beehives of the Bungle Bungle panorama hung in the Perth Convention Centre foyer, with a special welcome function.
2009 A Group Exhibition of work by six artists from the Lovell Gallery. Old Moore’s Building Gallery, Fremantle, W.A., including the panorama Beehives of the Bungle Bungle.
2008 May. Inaugural display of major work Beyond the Beehives 16 x 2 m., unveiled by The Hon. Norman Moore MLC, in Kununurra. See Panoramas page.
2004 March. Moved from Diversion (Cottage) Gallery to the new purpose-built premises, which became Lovell Gallery.
2003 Building of the Bungle Bungle 4.5 x 1 m. purchased for town of Kununurra, by a group of ardent patrons. Now on permanent display at the Kununurra Library, along with the Shire of Wyndham, East Kimberley Art Collection.
2002 Raw Power of the Kimberley II, Gallows Gallery, Perth, with Kimberley Kohan. Forgot to Sign
Oops - forgot to sign
2001 The Raw Power of the Kimberley I, Victorian Artists’ Society Galleries, Melbourne, with Kimberley Kohan. Book launch, Nadeen’s Journey to the Bungle Bungle, short stories and paintings, launched at this exhibition.
1997 Contrasts, A Kimberley - Antarctic exhibition, Paddington, Sydney.
1994 Travelling Australia Solo. The Redhill Gallery, Brisbane.
1992 Opening of The Ivanhoe Gallery Restaurant at the Quality Inn Kununurra, featuring Nadeen’s major work, Beehives of the Bungle Bungle, 11 x 1.8 m. This painting was runner-up for the Sir David Brand Tourism Award in 1993.
1991 My Bush Travels. McWhirter Galleries, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.
1989 Murrumbidgee and the Hay Plains – Bishop’s Lodge, Hay, NSW.
1984-89 Studied with Julian Richard Ashton at the Julian Ashton Art School, Sydney.
1966-1986 Several solo exhibitions in Brisbane and Sydney. Involved in many mixed Exhibitions and competitions. Won some Awards. Too long ago to recall which ones, where.