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Adrian Bradbury

Psychological Seascapes

About

Bradbury, who grew up in Melbourne, has had a long and strong connection with the Tasmanian Landscape, first visiting the state to rock climb and hike over 10 years ago. Drawn to the landscape and the quality rock climbing and hiking, he returned most summers.

Adrian moved to Hobart with his partner 3 years ago, and works part-time maintaining walking tracks on Mt Wellington.

Bradbury’s most recent body of work Darkness and Light on the Tasman feature psychological seascapes.

My paintings have evolved and abstracted, resulting in works which are more psychological and are as much a view into my interior space as they are a view of the Tasman Sea.

Adrian Bradbury received his Diploma of Visual Arts in 2003 from RMIT and is currently undertaking an Honours Degree in Painting at the University of Tasmania. He was a finalist in the Waterhouse Natural Science art prize in 2016 and his work has featured in Lume, White Horses, The Examiner and The Advocate. Solo exhibition venues include Maker’s Space Gallery (Burnie), Salamanca Arts Centre (Hobart), Stillwater Gallery (Launceston) and Dark Horse Experiment (Melbourne).

CV

Adrian Bradbury – Curriculum Vitae

 

Education

2002-2003 Diploma of Visual Arts, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, VIC

 

Solo Exhibitions

2018  Darkness and Light on The Tasman, Maker’s Space Gallery, Burnie, TAS

2017 Darkness and Light on The Tasman, Top Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, TAS

2017  First Light, Stillwater Gallery, Launceston, TAS

2016 A Graffitied Land, Dark Horse Experiment, Melbourne, VIC

2016 Road Trip: From the Mountains to the Sea, Angela Robarts-Bird Gallery, Albert Park, VIC

2015-2016 Antillart Presents: Adrian Bradbury, Freycinet Lodge, Coles Bay, TAS

 

Group Exhibitions

2017 Spring Has Sprung, Wild Island Tasmania, Hobart, TAS

2017 Water Ways Exhibition, Long Gallery, Salamanca, Hobart, TAS

2016 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize. South Australian Museum, Adelaide, SA

2016 Kingborough Art Prize. Kingborough, TAS

2016 Antillart, St. Helens, TAS

2015 Freycinet Lodge, Coles Bay, TAS

2006 The Goodness in You, Northcote Social Club, Northcote, VIC

2003 Foyer Show, RMIT, Melbourne, VIC

2003 Project Space/Spare Room, RMIT. Melbourne, VIC

 

Awards

2017 Lethbridge 10000 Finalist

2016 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize: Finalist. Adelaide, SA

2001 Haileybury College Art Prize: Winner. Melbourne, VIC

 

Publications

2018 Hay, Lara, Contrasts Explored in Art. New Exhibition on now at The Maker’s.  The Advocate.  Tuesday, March 13, 2018

​2017 Brunton, Tess, Tasmanian artist Adrian Bradbury clears out taboo at first light. The Examiner. Saturday, August 19, 2017

2016 Ryn, Claire Van, Layered Landscapes, Lume. Issue 5. November 2016

2015 Phillips, Campbell, Wild Artist: Adrian Bradbury on display at Freycinet Lodge, Wild Magazine. Website. People/Profile.  December, 2015, http://wild.com.au/people/profiles/adrian-bradbury-at-freycinet-lodge/

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Darkness and Light On The Tasman
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Darkness and Light On The Tasman

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77 Salamanca Place, Battery Point

Adrian Bradbury‘s visceral paintings of dawn and dusk over the Tasman Sea
Wild Island Tasmania
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Wild Island Tasmania

Galleries

8/ 33 Salamanca Place, Battery Point

Celebrating the nature of Tasmania through art and design

A selection of Adrian Bradbury’s paintings are available for purchase online at:  https://www.saatchiart.com/adrianbradbury