Tim Storrier is one of Australia's most respected contemporary landscape painters. His art poignantly conveys the arid beauty of the Australian landscape; its vast melancholy, its primacy over and beyond all human intervention.

Storrier's oeuvre has encompasses the subtlety of the Australian landscapes fugitive moods, the silently unfolding vibrancy of its droning expanse. He combines in his work a high degree of technical competence with an original vision of the environment he lives in.

Since winning the Sulman Art Prize in 1968, at age nineteen, Storrier has established himself as one of Australia’s most respected artists. Storrier has been collected by all major Australian art museums and is included in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. In 1989, he was appointed a Trustee of the Art Gallery of New South Wales; in 1994, he was awarded the Order of Australia AM for his services to art; and in May 2003, he received a Doctor of Arts (Hons) from Charles Stuart University, New South Wales

Storrier has been represented in many prestigious exhibitions, including the Australian Bicentennial Exhibition, Fischer Fine Art, London (1988); Windows on Australia 1, Australian Embassy, Tokyo (1995); The Australian Experience, Galerie Konoha, Japan (1996); and The Rose Crossing touring exhibition (19992000). Tim Storrier Drawings 1971-2003 and Dust and Ashes were held at Sherman Galleries in 2003.

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Gender Male
Country of Birth Australia