Zion by Louise Bell

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Features

DIMENSIONS (Height - 102.00 cm X Width - 102.00 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Acrylic on Canvas
GENRE Contemporary
REGISTERED NRN # 000-41147-0137-01
COPYRIGHT © Louise Bell
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards
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Artist: Louise Bell



ARTIST BIO

Louise Bell

Email: louisemariebell@gmail.com Mobile: 0401432027

Education: Completed Certificate III and IV in Visual Arts (Painting and Drawing)

Marden Senior College, Adelaide. 2012.

Exhibitions (Group Shows) in Adelaide, South Australia.

  • 2017 Neami National Art Exhibition. Hamstead Rehabilitation Centre.
  • 2013 SALA Exhibition. Adelaide College of the Arts, Light Square.
  • 2012 Creative Fusion. Pepper Street Gallery. Graduates of Certificate IV, Marden Senior College.
  • 2012 Exhibition 2012. Burnside Atrium, Art, craft, design and textiles produced by Stage 1 &2 and Vet Students from Marden Senior College.
  • 2011 Exhibition 2011. Marden Senior College. Art, craft, design, textiles, multimedia & photography produced by Stage 1 & 2 and VET students of Marden Senior College and Open Access College.
  • 2011 Arts Alive 3 Burnside Atrium, SALA Exhibition. Students of Marden College.
  • 2010 Exhibition 2010. Marden Senior College. Art, craft, design, textiles, multimedia & photography produced by Stage 1 & 2 and VET students of Marden Senior College and Open Access College.
  • 2010 Arts Alive 2. Burnside Atrium, SALA Exhibition, Students of Marden College.
  • 2004 Living in the City, a group photographic show held at Saint Peter's Cathedral.
  • 2002 End of year Exhibition, Hamilton Senior College, Mitchum.
  • 2002 SALA Exhibition (South Australian Living Artists) Hamilton Senior College, Mitchum.

Publications

  • 2011 Now I can smell the Orange Blossom Thirteen images of Art I have created appear in this book. Compiled by Maxie Ashton, Fiona Johnson and the Tobacco Free Team, Wakefield Press. Adelaide.
  • 2011 Mind Magazine. Book launch article, Now I can Smell the Orange Blossom!
  • 2004 City Messenger Newspaper. On the 'Living in the City' exhibition.