Catherine Anne Gibb is a Melbourne based artist who has had a love of art and creating for as long she can remember. After completing a Bachelor degree in visualArt she has looked into many fields of study but always returns to her love of art. Inspired by a wide selection of art practice and media the work subject and medium ever changing to create new and exciting work designed to both challenge and captivate audience through out Australia and Internationally.
Curriculum Vitae Catherine Gibb
Born 1984, Melbourne
2017: Masters of Creative Arts, Deakin University, Australia
2009: Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Leer Institute, Geelong
2007: Graduated Bachelor of Visual Arts, Gordon TAFE, Geelong
2004-mid 2005: Diploma of Visual Arts, Gordon TAFE, Geelong
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2018:Sustainable Living Festival , Federation Square Melbourne Australia
2016: Prints for Peace, Mexico
2015: Animal Impressions, Grand Hyatt, Melbourne, Australia
2015: Evidence Project, Johannesburg, South Africa
2014: Personal Histories, Artist book Exhibition, Radland Museum,Queensland Australia
2011: International Art Project Women and Confidences, Barcelona Spain
2008: Painting08, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
2008: Stock Room Show, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
2008: Auction 1, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
2007: Photography 07, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
2007: Contemporary View, Barwon Youth exhibition
2006: BAYSA exhibition, Gordon Gallery Geelong
2003: Courthouse café, Geelong
2003: National Hotel, Geelong
2003: Golden Triangle, Geelong
Grants & Awards:
2016 : Geelong City Council, Professional Development Grant.
2004: Awarded Mick Young Scholarship
2002-2003: Awarded with Certificate of Excellence in the field of Visual Arts.
2015: Book binding Workshop, Melbourne school of Book Binding
2012: Professional book reviewer.
2008:Art reviewer for Geelong council YOUTHCAN project
2008: Volunteer for community renewal project, Flamefest
2004: Co-coordinating a community arts project, which involved the organization of artists and client meetings, time management and financial management of the project as well as coordinating artistic planning of the community arts project.
2006: Volunteering at BAYSA Community Arts Program.
2004: Involvement in a Community Arts mural Project, at Oberon Primary School, Geelong
Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
Private Collections, Melbourne, Geelong