Self portrait – walking home 145x 170cms oil on linen 2020.
Wendy Sharpe was also a finalist in The Kilgour Prize 2016 (above).
Dr Maryanne Coutts (left) and Wendy Sharpe joined Rove McManus live on SBS tv.
Wendy Sharpe together with nine other Australian artists, share what they have been working on during lockdown.
By Nick Galvin, Kerrie O'Brien and Chloe Wolifson.
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Wendy Sharpe has been awarded a Copyright Agency Action Fund for Visual Arts Projects. the Project is called "Dreams in Dark Times". Above are a few images from Wendys artist folding book, Corona Diary - featured on Channel 9 TV news 4th May 2020.
The Cultural Fund is the philanthropic arm of the Copyright Agency, which connects users and creators of content by providing copyright licences for text and imagery. Our members commit approximately $2m of copyright revenue every year for vital grants to enhance the profile of Australian creators and to support our dynamic writing, publishing and visual arts sectors.
Join Wendy this International Women’s Day in celebrating the women of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia, through the paintings and drawings. This exhibition is a unique opportunity to experience Wendy's artworks while connecting with the stories of some of the most marginalised women in the world – obstetric fistula survivors.
The Hamlin Art Exhibition features over 30 works from Wendy’s recent trip to Ethiopia, where she witnessed firsthand the life-changing work of Dr Catherine Hamlin (pictured below) and her team to restore the health and dignity of fistula sufferers.
The Hamlin Art Exhibition will run for two weeks at Macquarie’s Space Gallery in Sydney CBD (details above). 100% of proceeds from artwork sales support Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation.
To learn more about this intimate Sydney exhibition visit the exhibition link below.
View or buy artworks online. There are four auction items (auction closes March 13, 2020). Everything else is for purchase at a fixed price.
VIEW & BUY ARTWORKS