Rosalie Duligal

About I have tried very hard to achieve great standards in my work and to do this I have spent twenty-two years studying Ceramics and Fine Art.

During my early years at Gymea Tafe I was awarded magazine entries in Ceramics Australia and given exhibitions in Innercity Clayworkers. I was also a semi finalist in the Sydney Myers Art and Design and last year was entered in the Art and Design end of year magazine.    
I then went on to study at St George Tafe of Fine Arts where I did many exhibitions with the college and on my own. I entered and curated my own exhibitions, but also collaborated with other artists.

Last year I finished my second year at the National Art School and whilst studying, gave two exhibitions, one at Hazlehurst Sutherland, and Insitu at Mosman that was planned by the Mosman Art Gallery.
This year I have contributed much of my artwork to the community of Rockdale and Arncliffe for the council to highlight the talent and skills of local artists. I was also chosen to participate in “Harmony Day” where my paintings were accepted and photographed for their pamphlet that was sent around the world.

I also organized and ran an exhibition with two other artists at W Studio and held a successful exhibition called “Journeys”. In my final year at the National Art School, I participated in the “Grid Show” and most recently the “Vagina Dialogue” which was a group show with forty-five other artists, which was a great success about a controversial subject of sex and vulnerability of the plight of being a woman.

My work is constantly changing and challenging what is contemporary in our world today. 

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