Jennifer Keeler-Milne (born 1961) is an Australian contemporary artist who is best known for her sumptuous landscape oil paintings and large-scale charcoal drawings. Keeler-Milne draws on traditional oil painting techniques to create striking contemporary works.
Keeler-Milne was awarded the Fred Williams Family Prize in 1991.
Her richly textured and dramatic work transcends its subject matter with deeply evocative references to the landscape that are both imaginative and perceptive.
She has held multiple solo exhibitions in Australia, and participated in over 30 group exhibitions in Australia & England.
Jennifer has been invited to participate in "Not the Way Home". This creative expedition is being managed by Artist Profile magazine, and takes 13 coastal based artists into the amazing environs of Fowlers Gap, a remote research station run by the University of NSW, off the Silver City Highway in far western NSW. The expedition is being recorded by the ABC and will culminate with an exhibition at the S.H. Ervin Gallery in May 2012.
Keeler-Milne has produced two books, My Big Art Adventure: What Colour is That? and My Big Art Adventure: What Number is That? Both books are published by the Art Gallery of New South Wales. My Big Art Adventure: What Number is That? was chosen by The Children’s Book Council of Australia as a Notable Book in the Eve Pownall Award for Information Books 2006, is included in the NSW Premier's Reading Challenge as well as the ACT Chief Minister's Reading Challenge.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Courtney Kidd Exhibitions Critics Picks, 25 May 2001
King Street Gallery on Burton, George Alexander Conversations with Clouds, May 2001
The Sydney Morning Herald, Sebastian Smee Review of Kedumba Drawing Award, 28 October 2000
- Dobell Prize
- AGNSW Visibility/Invisibility
- The Fleurieu Peninsula Art Prize Exhibition 2007
- Ivan Dougherty Gallery (Going) Out There
- Tim Olsen Gallery CV
- Premier's Reading Challenge
- Chief Minister's Reading Challenge
- Dobell Prize
- Not the Way Home
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