Meredith was born in the Northern Territory of Australia. Living also in many N.S.W Country towns. An Idyllic childhood spent roaming around with the neighbourhood kids. Studied at the University of Technology, Sydney. Living in Sydney for ten years. From there to Hong Kong for two and a half years. Explored Asia, America and Canada. Meredith now resides in Queensland, Australia. Meredith uses mostly Oil colour, using the Alla Prima technique. Landscapes are her speciality, but also loves to branch off into the world of Abstract. In 2016 Meredith exhibited 30 paintings depicting the Brisbane River from its beginnings at Mt Stanley to the end at Moreton Bay. Meredith is a member of the Royal Queensland Art Society and Brisbane Institute of Art. Presently working towards her next Solo exhibition, ‘Solely Landscapes’
Brisbane Institute of Art
Brisbane Painting classes Marcel Desbiens
Workshop with Katoomba Landscape Artist John Wilson
Workshop with Colley Whisson
Workshop with Glenda Charles
1987 1st Prize Textile Art Cootamundra Show
2009/11 St Columba’s Art show
2014 “Spaces” Exhibition RQAS.
2014 ‘Mobility for Life’ Exhibition at the Brisbane Theosophical Society.
2014/15 Brookfield Show
2014/15/16 Lethbridge Small Scale Art Award Finalist
2015/16 The EKKA (Royal Queensland Agriculture show)
2015 ‘Hanging About’ Exhibition. Royal Queensland Art Society.
2015/16 COSSAG Exhibition at The Cathedral of St Stephen. Brisbane.
2016 Major Exhibition of 30 paintings. “The Brisbane River Series” at RQAS
2016 Finalist Rotary Art Spectacular.
2016 3rd Prize RQAS Town and Country Exhibition
2016 Finalist Queensland Bi-annual Figurative Art Prize.
2017 2nd Prize Gold Coast show. Oil/acrylic section.
2017 2nd Prize Wallamba District show. Oil/acrylic section.
2017 Finalist Rotary Art Spectacular.
2017 Curator of All Creatures Exhibition Petrie Terrace Gallery.
2017 Finalist Milburn Art Award
2017 Great Lakes Annual Art Award Exhibition.
2017 3rd Prize ‘Landscape’Award. Petrie Terrace Gallery .
Published in Art Edit magazine 2016 Feb-April issue
Landscape Artists from all over the world.
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