Julie Payne has exhibited in many solo and collaborative exhibitions within Tasmania and nationally. Recent work has included the creation of site specific text gardens and drawing journals focusing on natural and man made history.

Director – Circa Morris Nunn Architects 1994-2015
Arts Tasmania – Project Officer for Art for Public Building Scheme  2005 + 2010
Australian School of Fine Furniture - Lecturer in Design  2002 – 2003
University of Tasmania - Lecturer in Sculpture 1994 – 1997
University of Tasmania- Lecturer in Architecture 1992 – 1995
Cockatoo Workshop – Gallery Director

Recent Exhibitions:
Handmark Gallery – “A Sculptors Handbook” solo exhibition April 2015
Hutchins Prize 2015 – “Dutch Masters Deconstructed” Finalist
Glover Prize 2015 – “Learning to Breath” Finalist
Glover Prize 2014 – “Mr Glovers Palette of the Divided Heart” Finalist
Rick Amor Drawing Prize 2014 – Ballarat Art Gallery:  Finalist
Wrest Point Art Awards 2014 – “The Shifting Landscape- Mt Wellington”
Handmark Gallery – “Diary of a Wandering Line” solo exhibition September 2013
Handmark Gallery – “Works on Paper” 2013
Glover Prize 2013 – “The Gorge in 100 Parts” Finalist
South Australian Museum 2012 –  Adelaide – “Mr Darwins Specimen Journal” Finalist
Glover Prize 2012 – “Mr Glovers Specimen Garden” Finalist
Handmark Gallery – “Specimen Garden” solo exhibition April 2012
South Australian Museum 2011 –  Adelaide – “West Hobart Journal”
National Archives – Canberra – “West Hobart Journal 2011″
Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens – Hobart -”Mt Wellington Journal 2011″
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery- Launceston 2001

South Australian Museum:  Waterhouse Prize for Natural History – Works on Paper
Queensland Art Gallery: Andrew and Lillian Pederson Prize for Sculpture
Crafts Council of Tasmania: Caltex Wood Design Award
Telstra Business Woman of the Year: Tasmanian Finalist

Tyrone Guthrie Centre: Ireland 2013
DRAWinternational: Caylus – France 2012
Cite des Arts: Paris 2003
Cite des Arts: Paris 1996



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