Nasturtium and Bowl
Nasturtium and Bowl

Ken Done

Nasturtium and Bowl

1999

gouache and pen on paper

65 x 56 cm

Framed under white matt board and glass in white

Location: Cheltenham

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About Ken Done

Since his first solo exhibition in 1980, Ken Done has become one of Australia’s most famous artists. His work has been described as the most original style to come out of Australia, and his paintings are in collections throughout the world. Born in 1940, in Sydney, Ken left school at 14 to enter the National Art School in East Sydney. After 5 years study, he commenced a highly successful career as an art director and designer in New York, London and Sydney. At the age of 40, after painting for many years, he gave up his advertising career to become a painter full-time. Since then, he has held over 50 one-man shows, including major exhibitions in Australia, Europe, Japan and the USA, and his works have been shown in the Archibald, Sulman, Wynne, Blake, and Dobell Prizes. Major projects in a very diverse career include the painting of a BMW Artcar, the cover of Japanese magazine Hanako for over 15 years, a series of works for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies programs of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and the total decorative scheme for the Garden Restaurant at the Powerhouse Museum, in Sydney. In 1994, a major retrospective of Ken Done's work "Ken Done: the art of design" was mounted by the Powerhouse Museum and in 2002 the Museum acquired his commercial art and design archive of more than 300 items. Ken Done has been a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador since 1988, and in 1992 received the Order of Australia (A.M.), for services to Art, Design and Tourism. The artist lives and works in Sydney.

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