Tim Moorhead



Tim Moorhead works in a variety of media. His works are held in premier National, State and Regional collections as well as major private and corporate collections both in Australia and overseas. This includes the UNICEF Collection in New York, the Australian Embassy in Washington D.C., the National Gallery of Australia, State Galleries in most states plus many Regional Art Galleries. His work is also represented in various art magazines and texts. Tim Moorhead has had over 35 solo exhibitions, participated in over 300 group exhibitions and has represented Australia in invitational touring exhibitions in the U.S.A. Europe and Asia. He presently lives and works on the NSW Far South Coast at Tathra, NSW.

Moorhead migrated to Australia from The USA in 1968. He has lectured and held short-term residencies in tertiary art schools across Australia for over 40 years. Plus, he has sat on national, state and regional committees concerned with art, art education and professional development. He holds a B.A. Fine Art from California State University, an M.A.(Visual Arts Research) from Monash University and is a past Creative Arts Fellow of The Australian National University. In 2007 he was inducted into the H. C. Coombs Roll of Honour at the ANU.

Selected Recent Solo Exhibitions:

2009 Cowra Regional Art Gallery, Cowra, NSW

2009 The Crossing Gallery, Candelo, NSW

2008 Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo Regional Gallery, NSW

2008 Ivy Hill Gallery, Wapengo, NSW

2005 Spiral Gallery, Bega, NSW

2004 Left Bank Artists Gallery, Beechworth, Vic.

2003 Spiral Gallery, Bega, NSW

2003 Everything Shows Gallery, Orange, NSW

2001 Spiral Gallery, Bega, NSW

1999 Beaver Galleries, Canberra, ACT

1998 Creators Gallery, City of Wodonga, NSW

1997 Creators Gallery, City of Wodonga, NSW

1997 Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra, ACT

Selected Major Collections :

National Gallery of Australia

National Gallery of Victoria

Art Gallery of South Australia

Riddoch State Gallery, South Australia

National Collection, Australian National University

National Collection, Canberra University

Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

Shell Australia National Collection

Reserve Bank Collection

City of Orange Purchase Collection

Australian Collection, Australian Embassy, Washington D.C.

UNICEF International Collection, New York

Australian Airlines Collection, Melbourne, Vic.

Albury Regional Art Gallery

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