Saturday, July 20, 2013


Mark Elliot-Ranken has been working as an artist and arts educator for three decades both within Australia and internationally. His work has been collected by both public and private collectors such as the Earl Lew collection in Singapore, the Prudential collection, USA and IGL Australia. Elliot-Ranken has completed a PhD at Newcastle University as well as lecturing in Fine Arts and is exploring the impact of travel on artists.
Studio: Unit 10, 20-28 Maddox St Alexandria, 2015
Ph/Fax: 61 02 95651107 mob:0404265024
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Curriculum Vitae 
2015: Selected Artist for lost installation project Leichhardt Council with a work titled "The Navigators"
2014/5: exhibiting Graphis Art Gallery and various other outlets in Sydney plus Art Forum Gallery,Singapore
2014: Out of Hand Group Exhibition, Depot Gallery, Waterloo
2013: Three person exhibition, Kaleidoscope Gallery, Chippendale
2012: Two person exhibition Chrissie Cotter Gallery Camperdown
2012:“Be Here Now” two person Exhibition, Fire Gallery Enmore, work on exhibition at Graphis Art & Design & Kaleidoscope Gallery Sydney, Art Forum Gallery, Singapore and ASW, Newcastle
2012; Three person Exhibition Depot Gallery, Waterloo
2011; Transitions Two person Exhibition, ASW, Newcastle 2010; PhD graduating Exhibition; ‘Nomad Strategy: Reduction’ Newcastle University Gallery Callaghan Campus, Newcastle
2009; Fluid Abstractions Exhibition, two person show, Art Systems Wickham
2008; Large & Small Group Exhibition, University of Newcastle Gallery & landscape Exhibition, post-grad & Staff University Gallery
2008; Two person Exhibition, Meld Gallery, North Sydney with B.B. Smith
2005; Two person exhibition, Tighes Hill Gallery, Newcastle
2005 Post-Graduate Exhibition, University of Newcastle
2005; Group exhibition Goya Galleries, Melbourne
2004; Two person exhibition, Tighes Hill Gallery, Newcastle
2004; Solo exhibition, Rushcutters Bay Gallery, Sydney
2003; Two group exhibitions, Rushcutters Bay Gallery,
Work exhibited Marie Meizner Gallery,
Hill on Hargrave Gallery
Affordable Art Fair
2002; Highly commended Dobell Art Prize, Contemporary section.


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