King Street Gallery on William

Joanna Logue

Joanna Logue was born in the Hunter Valley, NSW. She graduated from the City Art Institute with a B.A in Visual Arts in 1986, and then again with a Graduate Diploma majoring in Painting, in 1987.

Logue has exhibited extensively in major cities throughout Australia, and internationally and has had over 22 solo exhibitions; she was first represented by King Street Gallery in 2010.

In 2011 her work was included in the New Romantics exhibition at the Gippsland Regional Gallery, Wattle – Australian Contemporary Art at Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong and New acquisitions at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery. In 2013 she participated in an exhibition curated by Andrew Frost at Tamworth Regional Art Gallery called The Feminine Optic – perspectives on landscape and was a finalist in the acquisitional Kedumba Drawing award. In 2014 she featured in Natura Morta at Orange Regional Gallery and was awarded a residency on Bruny Island, Tasmania.

Joanna was the recipient of the Country Energy Prize for landscape painting in 2006, and the Central West Regional Artist award in 2009. Logue has also been selected as a finalist in the Fleurieu Art Prize, the Norvill Landscape Painting prize, the Paddington Landscape Painting prize and the NSW Parliament en Plein Air Painting Prize.

Joanna was also selected for the regional touring exhibition Country and Western, which showcased the works of prominent national Australian artists. Additionally, Joanna has been awarded two residencies in Hill End, one by the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery and the other by the Paddington Art Prize.

Logue works from her studio at Essington Park, in Australia and also lives and works in a studio on Mount Desert Island off the coast of Maine.

Joanna Logue

Exhibitions

Films

Joanna Logue, Window 1

'Window' is made from Joanna Logue's Essington studio and describes her intimate surroundings and the landscape at Essington Park. It is a medium that is both immediate and poetically powerful. Video allows Joanna to capture observations particular to her world, without the technical encumbrances typical of the painting process. For Logue, recoring through video is a kind of visual diarizing which offers a key to understanding her relationshop to the landscape. Moreover, it provides a visual language she can then borrow to articulate the experience through painting.

Artist Joanna Logue talks with Maria Stoljar in the lead up to her show 'Heartland'

Maria Stoljar interviewed Joanna Logue about her life and art for episode 27 of the Talking with Painters podcast. Here Joanna talks about preparing for her solo show, Heartland, at King Street Gallery on William in Sydney, Australia which opened on 18 July 2017.

Solo exhibitions [selected]

2019
Floating world King Street Gallery on William, Sydney

2018
Of long time past Bank of America Merril Lynch, Sydney NSW
Arcadia Scott Livesey, Vic

2017
Heartland King Street Gallery on William, Sydney

2016
Reveries Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne
Where she was sleeping Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW

2015
New work King Street Gallery

2013
New work James Makin Gallery, Melbourne

2012
New work King Street Gallery on William

2011
Hill End – New work Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst

2010
Essington – New work Cowra Regional Art Gallery, Cowra
New work King Street Gallery on William

2009
New paintings acga Gallery @ Fed Square, Melbourne [with King Street Gallery on William]

2008
New work Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney

2007
New work Tim Olsen Annex Gallery, Sydney
New work Gadfly Gallery, Perth
Glimpse Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW

2006
New work Tim Olsen Gallery

2005
Parks Tim Olsen Annex Gallery

2004
New work Tim Olsen Gallery
Axia Modern Art, Melbourne

2003
Tim Olsen Gallery

2002
Axia Modern Art

2001
Axia Modern Art

2000
Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
Axia Modern Art

1999
Michael Nagy Fine Art

1998
Axia Modern Art

1997
Michael Nagy Fine Art

1996
Vastness Axia Modern Art
Recent Landscapes Solander Gallery, Canberra

1995
A Time and Place Editions Galleries, Melbourne

1994
New York City Landscapes Central Park Solander Gallery

1993
Oberon Painters Gallery, Sydney

1992
Tidal Marks Solander Gallery

1988
Cooper Gallery, Sydney

1987
Cooper Gallery

Group Exhibitions [selected]

2017
At Bull Bay Despard Gallery, Hobart TAS
Plein Air Art Prize NSW Parliament House, Sydney

2016
Salon des Refuses S.H. Ervin Gallery Sydney, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Vic
Calleen Art Award Cowra Regional Art Gallery, Cowra, NSW
Blake Prize Casula Power House
Plein Air Art Prize NSW Parliament House

2015/17
Country and Western – Visions of Australi’ Townsville Regional Gallery and travelling Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Plein Air Art Prize NSW Parliament House
Mosman Art Prize Mosman Regional Gallery and Museum, Sydney
The Piano has been Drinking [Not Me] Maitland Regional Art Gallery, NSW
200×200 a retrospective Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
At Bull Bay Despard Gallery, Hobart
Art Stag Singapore Art Fair

2014
Australia Day Exhibition Australian Galleries, Sydney
Australia Day Exhibition Australian Galleries, Sydney
Natura Morta  Dubbo Regional gallery
Plein Air Art Prize NSW Parliament House
Tattersall’s Landscape Painting Prize Brisbane
Norvill Art Prize Murrurrundi
Paddington Art Prize Sydney

2013
The Feminine Optic – Perspectives on Landscape Tamworth Regional Art Gallery
Kedumba Drawing Award Wentworth Falls
Loaded Australian High Commission, Singapore
Tattersall’s Landscape Painting Prize Brisbane
Calleen Art Prize Cowra Regional Art Gallery, Cowra, NSW
Plein Air Art Prize NSW Parliament House
Looking Forward King Street Gallery on William, Sydney

2012
Norvill Art Prize Murrurrundi
Paddington Art Prize Sydney
Fleurieu Art Prize South Australia
Picturing the Great Divide: Visions from Australia’s Blue Mountains Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, New South Wales
The Big Picture King Street Gallery, Sydney

2011
Fleurieu Art Prize South Australia
Paddington Art Prize Menzies Art Brands Gallery, Sydney
New Romantics Gippsland Regional Gallery
Wattle Australian Contemporary Art Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
New Acquisitions Cowra Regional Art Gallery
Arkaba Station – Flinders Ranges King Street Gallery, Sydney

2010
Paddington Art Prize Menzies Art Brands Gallery
ANL Maritime Exhibition, Melbourne
Small Image/Grand Visions Wagner Gallery, Sydney
Plein Air Prize NSW Parliament House, Sydney

2009
Plein Air Prize NSW Parliament House
Mosman Art Prize Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney
ANL Maritime Art Prize Exhibition Melbourne
Gosford Art Prize Gosford Regional Gallery, Gosford

2008
Directors Choice Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW

2007
Greetings from Coogee –Streeton Inspired Mary Place Gallery, Sydney

2006
Beyond Hill End Cudgegong Gallery, NSW
Country Energy Prize for Landscape Painting

2003
Depth of Field Shepparton Art Gallery, Vic

2001
Decade Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
Five Women The Bell Gallery, Berrima, NSW

2000
Sydney Scene Olympic Arts Festival, Michael Nagy Fine Art

1992
North Sydney Contemporary Gallery, Sydney

1990
New Art 1990 Bonython-Meadmore Fine Art, Sydney

1989
Australian Heritage Award Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

1987
Australian Textiles Award Sydney Textiles Museum
Post Graduate Exhibition Ivan Dougherty Gallery, COFA, UNSW, Sydney
Douglass Art Award Ivan Dougherty Gallery

1986
Graduating Students Exhibition City Art Institute, Sydney
Nude Show Gates Gallery, Sydney

1985
Seasons Gallery, Sydney

Collections

Australia Club, Sydney
Ampol Collection, Australia
Australian Art Investment Trust
Australian Institute of Management
Australian Metal Holdings Ltd
Australian Property Network
Baker & McKenzie, NSW
Barclays Bank, Australia
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW
Burns Philip Ltd, Australia
Cowra Regional Art Gallery
WTPartnership, Australia
Cornell University, USA
Country Energy, NSW
Fluor Daniel Australia Pty Ltd
Kurrajong Hotel, ACT
Kedumba Drawing Collection
Macquarie Bank, Australia
Mann Judd Pty Ltd, Australia
McKinsey & Co., Australia & New Zealand
Mirvac, Australia
NRMA, Australia
Orange Regional Gallery, NSW
Parncutt Acton, Australia
Pracom Ltd, Australia
Qantas, Australia
Rand Corporation, Australia
University of New South Wales
Vaughan Construction, Australia
Walker Corporation Ltd
WTPartnership, Australia

Country and Western: landscape re-imagined

Essington: New works by Joanna Logue

Joanna Logue: Landscape Revelations essay by Carl Little

King Street Gallery on William exhibition catalogue pg. 7

2019

Joanna Logue: Acadia by Nadiah Abdulrahim

Art Guide Australia Newsletter

10 September 2018

Artist Joanna Logue back in Oberon from America

Oberon Review Online

July 2017

Talking With Painters: Joanna Logue

Talking with Painters Podcast Episode 27

2017

Joanna Logue by Diane Mah

Artist Profile, Issue 29

November 2014

VISUAL ART - Joanna Logue feature

Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald

June 2010

Natural Impressions by Andrew Frost

Sydney Morning Herald

June 2010

A Brush With Nature essay by Ann Beveridge

Blue Mountains Life Magazine

2010

Oberon artist paints way to $35K by Leon Oberg

Golburn Post

13 October 2006

Media Changes 'irreversible' by Andrew Fraser

Canberra Times

13 October 2006