Meredith Earls

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About the Artists:

Meredith Earls originally trained as a graphic designer, and after a period of travel and change she has now created a new body of work which explores ideas of spaces – real and imagined, physical, intangible and the space between past and future. She uses a range of painting, mixed media and collage to create these fresh and surreal works.

Meredith has been published in the New York Art News, Yen Magazine, Honda Magazine and many others. Meredith has completed a Bachelor of Design Arts and figurative drawing and painting studies.

Biography:

Education:

Bachelor of Design Arts (Graphic Design), Australian Academy of Design, 2007

Figurative Drawing and Painting Studies, Brougham School of Art and Photography, 2004

Exhibitions:

Matter (solo exhibition), Boom Gallery, Geelong, Vic, 2014

Yen Art Awards, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 2014

Ladies First, Brunswick Gallery, Melbourne, Vic, 2011

Curvy Exhibition, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Vic, 2010

Figuratively Speaking, Green-Wood Gallery, Lorne, Vic, 2009

Box, No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne, Vic, 2008

Foto Freo: The Potential of Sp ce

Little Creatures Brewery, Fremantle, W.A, 2008

Urban Art Goes Costal, Green-Wood Gallery, Lorne, Vic, 2008

Square Peg Round Hole, Per square Metre Gallery, Collingwood, Vic, 2008

Publications:

New York Art News

Honda Magazine

Monster Children Magazine

Yen Magazine

Curvy Book

Semi Permanent Book

Illustrativo

We Are The Image Makers

Oh Really Magazine

Blanket Magazine

Associated News

Associated Exhibitions

Celebrate The Festive Season - End of 2017 Group Exhibition
Manyung Gallery Malvern
1 December - 22 December, 2017
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Land, Sea and Sky
Manyung Gallery Malvern
10 August - 28 August, 2016
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Christmas Gift Guide
Original pieces to suit every style and budget.
Featuring works under $1,000
28 November - 31 December, 2014
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Putting the heart back into home
Manyung Gallery Malvern in collaboration with Bronnie Masefau
11 October - 7 November, 2014
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