Feyona Van Stom

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Feyona  Van Stom Rakumist
Rakumist
ceramic raku fired/white crakle glaze
36 x 27 x 29 cm
Feyona  Van Stom
A Shadow Falls
Ceramic - black fired
43 x 26 x 21 cm
Feyona  Van Stom After China Memory
After China Memory
Ceramic - Raku Fired
28 x 19 x 13 cm
Feyona  Van Stom April Shower
April Shower
Ceramic - Raku Fired
40 x 29 x 21 cm
Feyona  Van Stom Cascade
Cascade
Ceramic - reduction fired with shino glaze
45 x 25 x 22 cm
Feyona  Van Stom
Dawning
Ceramic - Smoke Fired
43 x 28 x 17 cm
Feyona  Van Stom
Hazy Evenings
Ceramic - black fired
44 x 28 x 20 cm
Feyona  Van Stom Honey
Honey
Ceramic - light wood fired
30 x 21 x 16 cm
Feyona  Van Stom Out of the Fire
Out of the Fire
Ceramic - Pitfired
34 x 21 x 18 cm
Feyona  Van Stom
Outback Sand
Ceramic - dryglazed
34 x 23 x 18 cm
Feyona  Van Stom The Red Spot
The Red Spot
Ceramic - glazed
33 x 23 x 21 cm
Feyona  Van Stom Apricot
Apricot
ceramic/Wood fire/Natural Ash glaze/ light clay
46 x 27 x 23 cm
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Feyona  Van Stom Dark Earth
Dark Earth
ceramic/Black fired in reduction
45 x 26 x 25 cm
SOLD
Feyona  Van Stom Orange Peel
Orange Peel
ceramic/Pit fired with oxides
39 x 30 x 20 cm
SOLD
Feyona  Van Stom Riding High
Riding High
ceramic/Wood fired/Natural Ash glaze/ dark clay
45 x 26 x 21 cm
SOLD
Feyona  Van Stom Zara
Zara
Raku fired/white crackle glaze and black
44 x 28 x 28 cm
SOLD

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Feyona  Van Stom

Feyona Van Stom

Feyona Van Stom Biography

Feyona van Stom has lived and worked in Hong Kong, America and Australia. Studied painting in Connecticut, USA and in Sydney, Australia. Received the Diploma in fine arts and won the Sculpture prize at Seaforth college of Fine Arts, Sydney in 1994.

Artworks are in collections in America, South America, Canada, Europe and the UK, in China and Japan as well as in Australia and New Zealand and Africa.

Feyona Van Stom Resumé

2016
President for 5th year of The Sculptors Society 2016
Ewart Gallery, Willoughby – group exhibition
Mosman Art Gallery, NSW.
Manyung Gallery, Mount Eliza, Victoria – group exhibition
Incinerator Art Space, NSW with The Sculptor Society group exhibition
Incinerator Art Space, NSW with CONNECT – group of potters including Barbara Campbell-Allen,
Kiyoshi Ando, Lisa Reese, Elizabeth Rowe and Yumi Sakai-Harmelin

 

2015
President for 4th year of The Sculptors Society 2015
Gallery 307 exhibition with Paul Williams and Mark Simon
Mu studio and Ceramics gallery SOLO sellout exhibition in Mosman
Manyung gallery, Mt Eliza,Victoria – ‘Figure’ exhibition
Ewart Gallery, Willoughby – group exhibition “Ducks Off The Wall”
Mosman 2088 – Group exhibition
Gateway Building,  Australia Square, AMP Capital Building, Angel Place lobby, MLC Centre, Incinerator Artspace Show, Darling Park Exhibition, Concourse Exhibition with the Sculptors Society in Group exhibitions throughout the year.
Won the Highly Commended Certificate for the sculpture ‘Summer’ at Darling Park exhibition

 

2014
President the Sculptors Society NSW for 2014
December/January group exhibition at Mu studio and gallery
Sculptors Society exhibition at MLC Centre
Sculptors Society exhibition at Australia Square
Sculptors Society Darling Park
– won the bronze casting prize for ‘Spring’
part of Group Exhibitions at Ewart Gallery, Willoughby, NSW.
 – SOLO exhibition at Mu studio and Ceramics gallery at the gardener’s cottage (building 8)
headland park precinct
Mosman
The Sculptors Society exhibition at AMP Building, 50 Bridge Street, Sydney’s CBD
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Gov. Phillip and Gov. Macquarie Towers at 1 Farrer Place, Sydney’s CBD
‘HOT” at Incinerator Art Space , Small street, Willoughby – a group exhibition inside and outside this artspace.
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Gateway in Sydney’s CBD
Mosman Art Gallery – Mosman 2088

 

2013
President the Sculptors Society  NSW for 2013
‘Earthworks’ at Ewart Gallery, Willoughby.
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Australia Square and MLC Centre
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Darling Park in Sydney’s CBD
– won the Bronze casting Prize.
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Governors Phillip and Governors MacQuarie Towers,  Sydney’s CBD
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Gateway in Sydney’s CBD
ongoing work at Butler Goode Gallery in Surrey Hills.
President the Sculptors Society NSW for 2012
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Australia Square and MLC Centre
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Darling Park – a group exhibition
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Darling Park
Ewart Art Prize – Willoughby Group exhibition
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Governor Phillip and Governor MacQuarie Towers and Chifley
Tower in Sydney’s CBD
The Sculptors Society exhibition at Gateway in Sydney’s CBD
Art Palm Beach with MEK gallery
Amuse Gallery in Ohio  Group Exhibition “Erotica”
ongoing work at Butler Goode Gallery in Paddington
Vice President the Sculptors Society NSW for 2011
Sculpture – a group exhibition of sculpturesat gallery41  through February
The Sculptors Society exhibitions  at Gateway  –  at 1 Macquarie Place, Sydney, NSW – a group exhibition
The Sculptors Society  at Chifley Tower and Governors Philip and Macquarie Towers –  group exhibition
The Sculptors Society at Darling Park – a group exhibition
The Sculptors Society at Australia Square and MLC centre – a group exhibition
Sydney Art fair –  Sydney Convention centre with gallery41 with 4 gallery41 artists
Sculptures in Butler Goode gallery, Paddington, NSW.
‘Dynamic Ceramics’ at Mary Place, Paddington, NSW with Club Le pot – a group of potters.
Traffic Jam galleries at Neutral Bay, NSW. in  a group exhibition
Exhibited with Ewart Galleries in Willoughby – sculptures and paintings in group exhibitions.
Mosman art gallery  – Mosman 2088
Butler Goode gallery – sculptures in a group exhibition.
Traffic Jam gallery in Neutral Bay, NSW – sculptures in a group exhibition.

 

2010

 

Vice President the Sculptors Society NSW for 2010
Australia Square and MLC centre  – double exhibition with the Sculptors Society of NSW –
Feyona has works with 60 sculptors from the Society.Group exhibition at Frances Keevil Gallery in Double Bay, NSW with Camille Fox and Hillary Waldman
2010 Group Exhibition during  at gallery41, at 41 Riley street, Woolloomooloo – Feyona’s sculptures.
2010 – Group Exhibition at Frances Keevil Gallery, Double Bay  and SALE 2010.  – Feyona’s sculptures.
‘Sculpture 2010’ at Global Gallery, Paddington – a group exhibition of sculptors works including son Willem van Stom’s works and Feyona van Stom’s works.
gallery41 – The Woodfire Group & Matthew Ablitt during February – a few of Feyona’s sculptures and an exhibition of woodfired pottery and Matthews etchings, prints and paintings.
Mosman 2088 – Sculpture in the Mosman art gallery.
‘Women Who’ve Made Their Mark’ at gallery41
Aboriginal paintings with Sculptures by Feyona van Stom & Jenny Green, and jewellery by Jennifer Williams.
Exhibition of Sculptures and Paintings by son Willem van Stom and Feyona van Stom at gallery41 during March.
‘Mosman Village Festival of Sculpture 2010’  throughout Mosman with The Sculptors Society of NSW.
SOFA 2010 NEW YORK’s exhibition of Sculptures, Objects and Functional Art during April 15th – 19th at the 7th Regiment Armory, New York. Feyona will exhibit her sculptures for the 5th time.
Sculptures at Chifley Tower and Governors Philip and Macquarie Towers with the Sculptors Society of NSW.
Sculptures at Darling Park – 210 Sussex Street, Sydney throughout August  with the Sculptors Society of NSW.Won a sculpture award.
Exhibitions at WAC – Willoughby  Art Centre including the Ewart Art Prize.

 

2009

 

Vice President the Sculptors Society NSW  2009
gallery41 is on 41 Riley street, Woolloomooloo, NSW.
gallery41 is an intimate, contemporary art gallery, located in historical Woolloomooloo, close to the city, the NSW art gallery and the Sydney Museum
Feyona’s drawings (sketches) at gallery41 exhibiting with Sasa Scheiner’s ceramic pots in September
Feyona’s sculptures and paintings at Cudgegong gallery in Gulgong in the Between Seasons show
gallery41 had an exhibition of Feyona’s sculptures and Liz Muir’s paintings
gallery41 had a pottery exhibition in conjunction with the pottery triennale in Sydney and Club le Pot exhibited with Barbara Campbell-Allen curating, Feyona’s sculptures were part of the show
Feyona’s sculptures were on exhibition  at Chifley Tower and Governors Philip & Macquarie Towers in Sydney CBD
May Madness at gallery41
Feyona showed her sculptures with Kathrin Longhurst & Mignon Parker’s paintings at gallery307
The Art Sanctuary at Fairlight – painting of Feyona’s in ‘Stations of the Cross’ for Easter
Ewart gallery exhibited 3 sculptures of Feyona’s in ‘Drawing on Anything’ exhibition
Feyona’s sculptures were exhibited at Ewart gallery in ‘Big paintings Small pots’
Feyona exhibited with the Sculptors Society in the Mosman village show

 

2008

 

Feyona had a painting and a sculpture in the Mosman 2008 exhibition at Mosman art gallery
Feyona’s sculptures and paintings were exhibited at her SOLO show at gallery41 through February.
Works also on display at Manyung gallery in Mt Eliza, Victoria
Fusion gallery in Mandurah, Perth, West Australia.
gallery41 – Feyona opened a new contemporary art gallery in SYDNEY in 2007 – gallery41 at 41 Riley street, Woolloomooloo, NSW.  located in historical Woolloomooloo, close to the city, the NSW art gallery and the Sydney Museum.  www.gallery41.com.au
Fusion gallery in Mandurah, Perth, W.A. has Feyona’s works on display
Manyung gallery in Mt Eliza, Victoria has several of Feyona’s sculptures on display.
Club le pot show at Balmain Watch tower – a group show of potters 2008
Feyona exhibited some of her works and her artists (incl., Willem van Stom) works at artsydney 08 at Hall of Industries, Moore park –Manyung galleries in Victoria has an exhibition of Feyona’s sculptures during October/November/December
Northbridge Art prize – Feyona won an award for her sculpture in the Northbridge art prize.
Spring Equinox – Feyona’s sculptures were part of a group exhibition at the Palm House in the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney during September, again with son Willem.
Sculptor Society exhibition at Darling Park – Feyona exhibited her sculptures at Darling Park with the Sculptors society where they were shown with over 200 other sculptures in a fabulous setting. Her son Willem also exhibited his sculptures.
Feyona donated a sculpture to the Black & Silver charity Ball for research into cancer
World Youth Day in Sydney – Feyona organised an exhibition of religious paintings and sculptures at Aloysius school for the World Youth Day celebrations and also helped with workshops.
‘Black and White’ exhibition at the Ewart gallery – Feyona exhibited her paintings and sculptures at Ewart gallery in Willoughby with 4 potters in a beautiful collection of works in black and white.
Sculptors Society at Chifley tower and Governors Philip and MacQuarie Towers in Sydney with sculptors from the Sculptors society.
SOFA NEW YORK – the International exhibition of Sculptures, Objects and Functional Art – Feyona was invited for the 4th year to exhibit her sculptures at SOFA New York with MEK (Maria Elena Kravetz) gallery (Argentina) at the Park Avenue Armory on 67th street and Park Avenue, New York, NY.in May/ June.
Workshop Art Centre in Willoughby – Feyona exhibited a sculpture and a painting in the “drawing and ceramics” exhibition
Mosman 2088 – Feyona had a sculpture in this local art show now in its 10th year.
Mosman Festival of Sculpture 2008 – the Sculptors Society exhibition exhibited in over 40 villages shops and Feyona had 2 sculptures
Equinox Art Salon at the Palm House in the Royal Botanic gardens, Sydney – Feyona and Willem both exhibited sculptures in the Palm house in March with a group of artists.
The Art Sanctuary in Fairlight – Feyona’s painting of “Jesus greets His friends” in the exhibition “The Stations of the Cross” sold at exhibition in Fairlight..
Sculpture 2008 at Global gallery – Feyona exhibited her sculptures with her son Willem at Global gallery with a group of sculptors in this annual sculpture exhibition – Sculpture 2008 Feyona was showing some of her new ceramic sculptures, while Willem exhibited his quirky welded people and animals
Griffith Cottage Gallery at Griffith – Feyona’s sculptures in a group show.

 

2007

 

gallery41 – Feyona has opened a new contemporary art gallery in Woolloomooloo at 41 Riley street, in the city of Sydney. She exhibits her own sculptures and paintings in the gallery along with selected artists works in a variety of media – sculptures, paintings, drawings and pottery.
2007 ARTSYDNEY 07 Feyona exhibited works with Kathrin Longhurst and Nadia Turner at Sydney’s premier art fair 26-28th October at the Royal Hall of Industries in Moore Park.
2007 Art party – Feyona organised an art party for doctors’ offices in York street, displaying her own paintings and sculptures as well as the paintings and sculptures of her gallery artists.
2005 – 2007 SOFA New York – Feyonas sculptures were part of SOFA (The International Exhibition of Sculptures, Objects and Functional Art) for the 3rd year, exhibiting with MEK gallery, held in the 7th Regiment Armory at 67th street and Park Avenue, N.Y. New York, as part of an International group of artists
2007 – Mosman Moments – Feyonas sculptures and paintings were part of the Mosman Art Society exhibition at Mosman gallery
2007 Sculptures with Studio Altenburg in an exhibition of Sculptures, textiles and jewellry in Braidwood, NSW and continuing to the present
2007 Feyona’s sculptures were on display at Mosman Shopping centre, in Governors Phillip and Macquarie Towers, also in Chifley Tower and Darling Park and in Australia Square at 264 George street as part of the exhibitions with The Sculptors Society
2007 Griffith Cottage Gallery – Feyona’s sculptures are on display at this gallery in Griffith
2007 Mosman Moments – sculpture and paintings with the Mosman Art Society
2007 drawing and sculptures in the Drawing and Ceramic exhibition at Workshop Arts Centre in Willoughby.
2007 Sculpture donated to Touch of Silver Ball to Benefit cancer research
2007 Painting and glass sculpture as part of “RED” exhibition at the Workshop Arts Centre at 33 Laurel Street, Willoughby .
2000 – 2007 Mosman Art Gallery, Mosman: “Artists of 2088” exhibition
2006 – 2007 Feyona’s successful gallery The Art Gallery at Whale Beach – Feyona exhibited her own paintings and sculptures along with selected artists of sculptures, paintings, jewellry and pottery
2007 Art House in Pitt Street – a group show with TAH
2006 – 2007 “All the Best 2006” at SOHO gallery, Woolloomooloo

 

2006

 

2006 Black and Silver Ball – charity Art Auction in Manly to benefit leukaemia research – Sculpture
2006 – 2005 Bridge for Asylum seekers Auction – Sculpture
2006 Riverview Art Fair with SOHO gallery – Sculptures
2006 60 Square at Workshop Art Centre, Willoughby – Sculpture
2006 “Above the Salt” an exhibition of Ceramics by Club le Pot at Workshop Art Centre, Willoughby – Sculptures
2006 Mosman Art Gallery – Painting in the Park – part of the 2006 Mosman Festival – paintings
2006 “Equinox” Summer Solstice Art Salon 2006, The Palm House Gallery, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney – Sculptures
2006 Ceramics, Drawing and Photography exhibition at the Workshop Art Centre, Willoughby – Sculpture and Drawing
2006 Gallery 307 exhibition with TAH, in Northbridge – Sculptures
2006 “Show of Hands” gallery in Philadelphia USA – Sculptures and Paintings 2006
Canvas, Colour, Clay at Gallery NTK, Croydon – Sculptures and Paintings
2006 exhibition at Cudgegong gallery in Gulgong – ” Figuratively Speaking” sculptures of Feyona’s with paintings by Diana Cole
2006 AHLTA Charity art show at Dale Thomas Gallery in Artarmon with Northern Expressions
2006 Glen Street Theatre art show in Belrose with Northern Expressions
2006 Cambridge Inn show, Surry Hills as part of Northern Expressions – paintings
2006 Winter Solstice Art Salon at the Palm House Gallery, Royal Botanic Gardens off Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney – sculptures
2006 SOFA New York at the 7th Regiment Armory at 67th street and Park Avenue, New York, showing with MEK gallery
2006 “La Belle Vie” exhibition with Kathrin Longhurst at SOHO gallery
2006 Sculpture 2006 group exhibition with Global Gallery in Paddington

2005

2005 – 2006 Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong NSW: “Earth, Wind, Fire” exhibition of sculpture in the gallery and the vineyards, in conjunction with Huntington Wine and Music Festival
2005 The Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney: “Summer Solstice Salon 2005” exhibition in Palm House
2005 Togetherness group show in Manly Community Centre, Manly
2005 Workshop Art Centre, Willoughby: “60 Square” and “Photography & Ceramics Atelier” exhibitions
2005 Studio W, Woolloomooloo: “One Week Only” exhibition with Charmaine Kumar & Trish McSkimming
2005 Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong NSW: “Between Seasons” exhibition of paintings
2005 Auction for Bridge for Asylum Seekers, Sydney
2005 SOFA, Chicago, USA: “International Exhibition of Sculptures, Objects and Functional Art”, with ArtEmpresa Gallery (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2005 Sydney Art On Paper Fair, with PCL Gallery
2005 Auction for New Zealand Downes Syndrome Trust, Auckland, NZ:
2005 Thomas Sulley House Gallery, Philadelphia, USA: Work on display
2005 Fox Studios, Moore Park: ‘Art Sydney 05’, with Careen Furner Art
2005 TAP Gallery, Darlinghurst: “16 th Birthday” group exhibition
2005 SOFA, New York, USA: “International Exhibition of Sculptures, Objects and Functional Art”, with ArtEmpresa Gallery (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2005 The Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney: “Winter Solstice Salon 2005” exhibition in Palm House
2005 Northern Expressions Group Exhibition
2005 ArtsConnect Gallery, Manly: ‘The Second Wave’ exhibition
2005 ¨ 2004 SAUC Gallery, Surry Hills: “1001 Nights” and “Seducing the Senses” exhibitions
2005 ¨ 2003 Sculpture Studio and Gallery, Drummoyne: Ongoing work on display
2005 ¨ 2002 Global Gallery, Paddington: “Sculpture 2005”, “Sculpture 2004”, “Sculpture 2003”, “Sculpture 2002”

2004

2004 Studio W, Woolloomooloo: “two @ double you” exhibition with Lena Emmertz
2004 Ewart Gallery, Willoughby: “Painters Atelier”, “Being Stuck” and “Light” exhibitions
2004 Global Gallery, Paddington: “Body and Soul”, “Love Lives”, “Stock Room” and “Mardi Gras” shows
2004 SOHO Gallery, Woolloomooloo: “Hearts and Flowers”, fundraiser in aid of Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute
2004 ¨ 2003 Salishan Gallery, Oregon, USA: Work on display
2004 ¨ 2003 Mosman Art Gallery, Mosman: “Good Beginnings” Art Event and Auction to benefit families with children in need
2004 ¨ 2001 Hunter’s Hill Council: Art and Craft exhibition
2004 ¨ 2000 Ewart Gallery, Willoughby: Student Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings
2004 ¨ 2000 Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, Auckland, NZ: Art exhibition

2003

2003 Orson & Blake Design Studios/ MAC Cosmetics, Surry Hills: “ART For AIDS” fundraiser to benefit AIDS Research
2003 Balmain Town Hall, Balmain: Group exhibition
2003 Global Gallery, Paddington: “Connections” exhibition with Linda Dry Parker
2003 Global Gallery, Paddington: “Thirty Artists” and “Design” exhibitions
2003 Fox Studios, Moore Park: “Affordable Art Show”, with Global Gallery
2003 Mary Place Gallery, Paddington: “Inspirations” exhibition
2003 ¨ 2001 Ewart Gallery, Willoughby: “The Big WAC”, “Peace” and “Members” exhibitions
2003 ¨ 2001 Blackville School, Blackville: Group exhibition

2002

2002 SOHO Gallery Sydney, Woolloomooloo: “Acquired Identities” joint exhibition with Laima Politis
2002 Liverpool Art and Craft Show – Won First Prize, Sculpture and Second Prize, Glass
2002 ¨ 2000 Ku-ring-gai Art Centre, Roseville: “Glass”, “Glass and Photography” and “Potters” exhibitions
2002 ¨ 1990 Ku-ring-gai Art Centre, Roseville: Sculptures and Paintings, Student Shows

2000

2000 ¨ 1998 SOHO Galleries Sydney, Woolloomooloo: “Christmas”, “Art Auction” and “SOHO Presents…” shows

1999

1999 ¨ 1998 Ku-ring-gai Art Centre, Roseville: “Body” exhibition
1998 ¨ 1997 The Rocks: Theresa Byrnes Foundation Charity Art Auction
1998 ¨ 1995 Newington College, Stanmore: Art Show
1997 Royal Art Society North Sydney Exhibition
1997 Ku-ring-gai Art Centre, Roseville: “Printers and Potters” exhibition
1995 ¨ 1992 Seaforth College, Seaforth: Student Shows
1994 Manly Art Gallery, Seaforth, Graduating Student Show – Won Sculpture Award

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