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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Amber Koroluk-Stephenson
















 Amber Koroluk-Stephenson

Amber Koroluk-Stephenson's current practice draws directly from her day-to-day experience within the Tasmanian suburban landscape. She seeks out points of tension within these environments in an effort to deconstruct the idealised images of suburbia seen in Australian popular culture. As a voyeur exploring the homes of others Koroluk-Stephenson engages in a dialogue that pushes the boundaries between public and private space. This tension is transposed into her work as the saturated colours and shifting pictorial planes subtly obscure realistic representations of these familiar yet strange environments. Her paintings present an ambiguous instability, highlighting cracks within the suburban facade.

Born 1988, Tasmania

Education


2011 University of Tasmania, Graduate Diploma in Fine Art and Design (Painting)

2010 University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Fine Art with Honours (Painting)

2007-2009 University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Fine Art (Painting / Photography Double Major)



Awards / Scholarships / Residencies


2013 Australian Artists' Grant, National Association of Visual Art

2013 Paddington Art Prize - Finalist, Mary Place Gallery, Sydney

2013 SOYA Visual Art Award- Highly Commended

2013 ArtsBridge Grant, Arts Tasmania

2013 Glover Prize - Finalist, Falls Park Pavilion, Evandale

2012-2013 Artist in Residence, 146 Art Studio, Arts Tasmania, Hobart

2012 ArtStart Grant, Australia Council for the Arts

2012 Shotgun Professional Development Program, Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania, Hobart

2012 Artist in Residence, University of Tasmania, Hobart

2011 Zonta Award: Young and Emerging Artist Prize, Tasmanian Regional Arts

2011 Artist in Residence, School House Studios, Melbourne

2007-2010 Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship

2007 Seize the Day Award, The Cancer Council, Tasmania

2006 Tasmanian Potters Society Annual Exhibition, Undergraduate Student Award, & People's Choice Award





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