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Judy Lorraine

Judy Lorraine

Born: 1928, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

Media: Ceramics

Current: Retired

Professional Experience

Work

2016
Judy moved to Warragul and watched over the development of the Lorraine family project, Warragul Art Studios and WAS Gallery.

2013
Moved back to Melbourne after 32 years as an active and creative community member of the Loddon Shire, Wedderburn.

2005-10
Judy continued work on the Benalla Mural project and other public commissions. From her home base in Wedderburn she worked as an Artist in Schools and on community based projects, taught ceramics and pursued her arts practice.

2003-04
Artist and creator of Family and Future community sculpture, Wedderburn, Victoria.

1999-2003
Artist and creator of Kangaroo Chairs, sculptures for a Federation Community Project, Tarnagulla and Wedderburn, Loddon Shire, Victoria.

1996-97
Worked on commissions for Interactive Sculptures as Environment Design Associates, City of Whitehorse, Melbourne.

1996
Artist in Residence for the Hamilton Primary School, Gray Street, Hamilton, Victoria.

1995
Sculptor in Residence for the Arts Council, Hamilton, Victoria.

1994
Engaged as Community Mural Artist for multicultural groups, Princes Gardens Art Centre Development, City of Stonnington, Prahran.

1993
Worked as visiting artist for the Sound Sculpture, Warragul Primary School, Victoria.

Also, Artist in Residence for six schools travelling project, Clay and Sound, Western District, Victoria.

As well as artist for the Korong Vale Primary School mural, Korong Vale, Victoria.

1992
The Warragul Arts Council Sound Sculpture project engages Judy as consulting artist, Gippsland.

1991
Worked as Artist in Residence for Sound Art in Unley, Adelaide.

1990
In Wedderburn, Judy became Artist in Schools at the Wedderburn Primary School.

1986
Worked as Artist in Schools, Euroa Primary School, Victoria.

1984-86
Commenced work as Artist in Residence for the Forum Ceramic Mural Garden Project, Benalla.

1983
Began work on the Benalla Ceramic Mural which would continue until its opening in 2010.

1981
Worked and lived in Darwin, Northern Territory, for 12 months.
Founding principle partner, Eathorne and Wan Pty Ltd, Architects and Potters.

1973-79

Visiting professional craftsperson in Ceramics at RMIT, Melbourne.

1972

Set up Bakehouse Pottery with Harold Hughan, Wedderburn, Victoria.

1968-73

Tutor in Ceramics, Council of Adult Education, Melbourne.

1960

Study tour of Japanese architecture, crafts and theatre.

1955

Marsh, Bennie and Barry Architects, East Melbourne.

1950-54

Worked in London as graduate architect on post was design of Lloyd’s of London (amongst other work), travelled regularly in Europe.

1950

Architecture, University of Melbourne, (Dip. Arch. RMIT).

 

Solo Exhibitions

2021
Judy Lorraine – A Retrospective in Clay | WAS Gallery, Warragul

1986

Judy Lorraine – A Survey Exhibition | Benalla Art Gallery, Benalla.

1985

Ceramic Instruments | Westpac Gallery, Melbourne.

1983

Potsound | Crafts Council Gallery, Hobart.

1982

Ceramic Instruments | Potters Gallery, Brisbane.

1981

Sounds from Clay | Regional Galleries Travelling Exhibition, initiated by the Shepparton Arts Centre.

1980

Hot Air | Crafts Council, Darwin.

1979

To War To War | Distelfink Gallery, Melbourne.

1978

Potsound ‘78 | Clive Parry Gallery, Melbourne.

1977

Music Pots | Playhouse Gallery, Adelaide.

1975

Potsound II | Craft Centre Gallery, Melbourne.

1972

Sculptural Ceramics and Tables | Allied Artist Gallery, North Melbourne, Melbourne.

1968

Sculptural Ceramics | Pinacotheca Gallery, St Kilda, Melbourne.

1965

Judy Lorraine Ceramics | Carmyle Gallery, Toorak, Melbourne.

 

Group Exhibitions

1990s-2000s

Exhibited ceramics and paintings in the Loddon Region, Victoria.

2019

WAS Gallery Launch, ceramics by Judy Lorraine from the 1970s with paintings by Anne Lorraine, Warragul, Victoria.
Community Arts Projects and Residences.

1984-2010

Designer of the Benalla Mural Garden project. Worked on it’s construction and with community members for 26 years until it’s official opening in 2010, Benalla, Victoria.

1995
Sculptor in Residence, Hamilton Arts Council, Hammilton, Victoria.
Environment Design Associates, commission for sculpture, City of Whitehorse, Boxhill, Melbourne.

1994
Community mural artist for multicultural groups. Princes Gardens, Arts Centre Development, City of Stonnington, Melbourne.

1993
Artist, Sound Sculpture, Warragul Primary School, Warragul, Victoria.
Artist, Six schools travelling project – Clay and Sound, Western District, Victoria.
Artist, Korong Vale Primary School Mural, Korong Vale, Victoria.

1992

Artist, Warragul Arts Council Sound Sculpture, Warragul, Victoria.

1991

Artist is Residence, Sound Art in Unley, Adelaide, South Australia.

1990

Artist in Schools, Wedderburn Primary School, Wedderburn, Victoria.

1986

Artist in Schools, Euroa Primary School, Euroa, Victoria.

1984-86

Artist in Residence, Forum Ceramics Mural Garden Project, Benalla, Victoria.

1980

Craftsperson in Residence, Darwin High School, Darwin, Northern Territory.

Represented

National Gallery of Victoria Bendigo Art Gallery.
Shepparton Art Gallery Reserve Bank, Melbourne.
Newcastle Region Art Gallery Mayfair Ceramic Collection.
Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory.