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Todd Jenkins

surreal painterly landscapes that abstract the notions of time and place

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Todd Jenkins artworks are surreal painterly landscapes that abstract the notions of time and place. Born in Hobart Tasmania, Jenkins studied painting at the Tasmanian Centre for the Arts. His paintings draw upon the natural world and history to depict dreamlike landscapes. Jenkins paintings gradually reveal mysterious forms that a shrouded in thin veils of paint. A revealing and concealing within his work creates a dreamlike quality.

Todd has been exhibiting throughout Australia for the past 20 years. He has had two major solo exhibitions with Despard Gallery since 2009 and been curated into numerous group exhibitions. Todd Jenkins paintings are held in private collections throughout Australia and Internationally.

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LISA GARLAND Fred wall seven 2016 silver gelatin print on Illford paper 92 x 110 cm Edition of 5 $2200 web, Lisa Garland, 2016. Photographer: Lisa Garland
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Long Hot Summer

Exhibitions

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

Group show with all Despard's favourite artists
BANNER SUMMER SHOW 1718_WEB_CROPPED, Vary, 2017. Photographer: Despard Gallery
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Annual Summer Show 17/18

Art + design markets, Exhibitions

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

Despard Gallery celebrating 30 years of representing contemporary art in Tasmania!
JAMIN and Todd Jenkins
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Artist Talks at Despard

Exhibitions, Workshops + seminars

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

With JAMIN and Todd Jenkins
Geoff Dyer
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Annual Summer Show 16/17

Exhibitions

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

Celebrating 30 years of representing contemporary Tasmanian artists.
Lake Pedder 15
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Todd Jenkins

Exhibitions

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

Pop up exhibition
Despard Gallery
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Despard Gallery

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

Contemporary Tasmanian art gallery located in the arts precinct of Salamanca Place.