artists represented

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott Estate
 
1935 Born Ballarat , Victoria
1954 Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts), University of Melbourne
1955-60 Trained with Ivan McMeekin, Sturt Pottery, Mittagong & with Ray Finch, Bernard Leach & Michael Cardew, UK
1960 Established studio, Notting Hill, London , UK
1963 Elected Fellow, Society of Designer Craftsmen, UK
1965 Research Fellow, Dept. of Industrial Arts UNSW, Sydney
1966-73 Established pottery at Acheres, near Bourges , France
1975-80 Established workshop, Tasmania . Crafts Board funded
1981-88 Potter-in-Residence, QUT, Brisbane
1989 Artist-in-Residence, Fremantle Art Centre, VACB funded
  Established studio at Netherdale, Central Queensland
1992 Residency, School of Mines and Industries, Ballarat
1994 Arts Queensland Creative Development Grant
1997 Australia Council Emeritus Award
1998 Commission: Neville Bonner Building , William St , Brisbane
  Australia Council Fellowship Award
2000 Established studio at Ipswich , South east Queensland
2006 Gwyn Hanssen Pigott: A survey 1955-2005, exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
2007 Asialink Residency grant to Sanskriti Art Centre, Delhi, India
2010 Australia Council Tokyo Residency grant


Selected Solo Exhibitions

1990/91 Narek Gallery, Tharwa, ACT
  Margaret Francey Gallery, Brisbane
1991/93/95 PRO-ART, St. Louis , USA
1992 Galerie Besson, London , UK
  Ballarat Fine Art Gallery , Victoria
1993 Crafthouse Gallery, CCBC, Vancouver , Canada
  Garth Clark Gallery , New York , USA
1995 Christine Abrahams Gallery , Melbourne
  Rex Irwin Art Dealer, Sydney
1996 Gwyn Hanssen Pigott: A twenty year survey, Queensland Art Gallery
  Garth Clark Gallery , New York
  Small Works, Narek Galleries, Canberra
1997 Gwyn Hanssen Pigott: Bowls and still lifes, Craftwest Gallery, Perth
  Galerie B15, Munich , Germany
1998 Christine Abrahams Gallery , Melbourne
  Rex Irwin Art Dealer, Sydney
1999 Garth Clark Gallery , New York , USA
2000 Galerie Besson, London , UK
2001 Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane
2003 Garth Clark Gallery , New York , USA
  Rex Irwin Art Dealer, Sydney
2004 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
  Tate Gallery, St Ives, UK
  Galerie Besson, London
2005 Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane
2006 Rex Irwin Art Dealer, Sydney
  Still life and trails: Recent porcelain, Australian Embassy Washington, Supported by Australia Council VA/CB Grant
2007 Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane
2008 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
  Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
2009 Rex Irwin Art Dealer, Sydney
  Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University, Canberra
2010 Galerie Besson, London
2011 Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne
  Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane

Selected Public and Private Collections

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Parliament House, Canberra
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney
Museum of Brisbane
University of Queensland, Brisbane
Queensland University of Technology Art Museum, Brisbane
University of New South Wales, Sydney
Tasmanian School of Art at Hobart
Regional Galleries: Ballarat, Bathurst, Bendigo, Cairns, Castlemaine, Darwin, Devonport, Geelong, Gippsland, Gladstone, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Launceston, Newcastle, Orange, Shepparton, Stanthorpe, Toowoomba, Townsville
Banyule Art Collection, Victoria
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Crafts Council of Great Britain, London
Fina Gomez Collection, Paris
Holburne Museum and Crafts Study Centre, Bath
Belfast Museum, Belfast
Henry Rothschild Collection, Cambridge
Boijmans Museum, Rotterdam
Dr Hans Thiemann Collection, Hamburg
Winnipeg Museum, Winnipeg
Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, Shigaraki
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
Auckland Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira, Auckland
Charles A Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Wisconsin
Jack Lenor Larsen Collection, New York
Regional Galleries in UK: Bristol, Maidstone, Manchester, Paisley