Born 1954, Sydney. A painter of landscape and portraits, and also a writer whose stories and essays have been published nationally.
Eighteen solo and numerous group exhibitions since 1974. Winner of the 2005 Mosman Art Prize (shared with Adam Cullen). Three times winner of the Waverley Art Prize. Hung in the Archibald eight times. Collections include AGNSW, State Library of NSW, and Kedumba.
Currently commissioned by the City of Melbourne to paint and draw the construction of Australia’s “greenest” office building, Council House 2.
Pencil on paper.
Acquired by the Trustees from the 1998 Award.
Stephen Muecke at work
Acquired by the Director from the 2005 Award with funds generously donated by Bygone Beautys, Leura.