Carolyn Eskdale

Carolyn Eskdale

Last updated September 13, 2012


Carolyn Eskdale was born in Bendigo, Victoria in 1963. Her studies include a Graduate Diploma from the Victorian College of Arts in 1989 and recently a Master of Fine art from RMIT University. Eskdale was a co-founder and coordinator of the Temple Studio gallery in 1991 where she has held seven solo exhibitions of her work.

She has been included in a number of high profile exhibition that include Women and Surrealism at Heidi, The Moet Chandon Exhibition in 1997 & 1999 and All This and Heaven Too at the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, 1998.

Her works have been represented in a number of international exhibitions including Claustrophobia, at Icon Gallery, Birmingham & UK tour (including Denmark), and Rapport at the Singapore Art Museum in 1996. In 1994 she was awarded the Power Studio Residency at the Cite International des Arts, Paris.

Ink on paper.
Acquired by the judge, John Peart, from the 1999 Award.


Ink on paper.
Acquired by the judge, John Peart, from the 1999 Award.

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