Peter Sharp

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Peter Sharp was born on 1964 in Sydney, Australia. Discover Peter Sharp’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Timeline of Peter Sharp

2019

Sharp’s work has been on display a number of domestic Group Exhibitions and Prizes, including:

1997

As well as frequenting the New South Wales and Australian arts scene, Sharp has exhibited in a number of exhibitions abroad, most significantly at the Cité internationale des Arts Residents Exhibition and the Cité internationale des Arts Printmakers Exhibition in 1997 in Paris; the Krunstraum 34 in Stuttgart, Germany in 2001; the Thai-Australian Contemporary Prints, at Chiang Mai University in Thailand in 2005; and Going Bush, ILIRI Alliance Francais, Paris in 2006.

1996

In 1996, Sharp was awarded the Jacaranda Drawing Prize and, in the following year, was granted a residency at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris, where he collaborated with French printmakers to make a series of lithographs and etchings. He has also held residencies at the Melbourne Aquarium and Loreto Kirribilli Girls School at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney which were bestowed in 2004 and 2009, respectively. Additionally, in 2007, Sharp received the “Anonymous Donor” Kedumba Drawing Award from the Kedumba Gallery in New South Wales.

Sharp’s work has often included prints and he has undergone numerous projects and collaborations with printmakers such as Bronwyn Reese (1996), Michael Kempson (2001), Salvatore Gerardi (2005) and, most commonly, with Brenda Tye (1998–2009). Sharp was one of five artists featured in the award-winning documentary Two-Thirds Sky – Artists in Desert Country in 2002, directed by Sean O’Brien and produced by Sophie Jackson, which also became the inspiration for a full exhibition at Hazlehurst Gallery in 2002.

1964

Peter Sharp (born 1964) is an Australian artist who works predominantly in drawing.

Born in Sydney in 1964, Peter Sharp graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Art Education and a Post Graduate Diploma in Painting in 1987 at the City Art Institute (later Sydney College of Advanced Education). He completed a Masters of Fine Art at the University of New South Wales, College of Fine Arts in 1992. After university, Sharp had regular solo exhibitions at Coventry Gallery, Sydney. Since 2004, however, Sharp has had an annual exhibition at the Liverpool Street Gallery in Sydney, including the critically acclaimed Whale, Sounding and Spider shows and most recently, Handle.