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Peter Hudson (b. 1950), is a landscape and portrait painter who lives and works in Maleny, Queensland. Since the late 1990s he has explored aspects of the natural world, astronomy, mythology, and history to investigate ‘the deep mystery of existence and us being here’. In 1998, he made the first of many trips to the Aboriginal communities of Daguragu and Kalkarinji in Gurindji country in the Northern Territory. The Gurindji people, their land, and the story of the Wave Hill walk-off have been major influences on his work, and led him to his current interest in portraiture. He illustrated the children’s book of the 2008 song by Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody, ‘From Little Things, Big Things Grow’, making portraits of Kelly and Carmody as well; one of his portraits of Kelly was a finalist in the 2007 Archibald Prize. Since then he has illustrated the books of Shane Howard’s song ‘Solid Rock’, making a portrait of Howard along the way, and Neil Murray’s ‘My Island Home’. Hudson exhibits regularly, has won a number of regional art prizes, and is represented in the collections of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and Parliament House, Brisbane, among others. The National Portrait Gallery holds his portraits of Kev Carmody, Archie Roach, Neil Murray and Chad Morgan.
BORN 1950 Townsville, Australia
1972-75 Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
1976-80 Jewellery Apprenticeship, Brisbane
2015 Life is No Way To Treat An Animal. Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery. Sydney, NSW.
2014 The Elephant in the Room. Woolloongabba Art Gallery. Brisbane. QLD.
2013 Landscape and the Moon. Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery. Sydney, NSW.
2012 From Glasshouse to Cooktown. Woolloongabba Art Gallery. Brisbane, QLD.
2010 Twenty Two over Sixty. Arts Park Australia, Mt. Mellum, QLD.
2009 New Works (Peter Hudson) Neo Gallery. Brisbane, QLD.
2007 Peter Hudson Paintings. Neo Gallery. Brisbane, QLD.
2006 Ownership, 40th Anniversary of the Wave Hill Walk Off. N.T. Caloundra Region Gallery, QLD.
2005 Peter Hudson, Recent Works. Neo Gallery. Brisbane, QLD.
2002 Peter Hudson Paintings/ Drawings. Lasting Impressions Gallery. Kenilworth, QLD.
2001 New Works (Peter Hudson) ASN Gallery. Sydney, NSW.
2000 On His Selection (Inaugural Exhibition) Caloundra Regional Gallery, QLD.
1997 Artist in Residence Exhibition. (Jewellery) Mulgara Gallery. Uluru, N.T.
1995 Artist in Residence Exhibition. (Jewellery) Mulgara Gallery. Uluru, N.T.
1992 Peter Hudson Paintings and Drawings. Impact Art Gallery. Maleny, QLD.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015 East Coast Encounter. Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Gallery. NSW. Gold Coast City Gallery. QLD. Caloundra Regional Gallery. QLD.
2015 Dog Show. Woolloongabba Art Gallery. Brisbane, QLD.
2015 Tattersalls Art Prize. Brisbane, QLD.
2014 Tattersalls Art Prize. Brisbane, QLD.
2014 Drawn In. Woolloongabba Art Gallery. Brisbane, QLD.
2014 East Coast Encounter. National Maritime Museum. Sydney, NSW.
2013 Paul Kelly and the Portraits. National Portrait Gallery. Canberra, ACT.
2011 Landmarks, Impressionsof the Glasshouse Mountains. Caboolture Regional Gallery, QLD.
2011 Tattersalls Art Prize. Brisbane, QLD.
2011 New Faces, New Stories. National Portrait Gallery. Canberra, ACT.
2010 Tattersalls Art Prize, Brisbane, QLD.
2009 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. (winner) Caloundra Regional Gallery. QLD.
2008 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. (finalist) Caloundra Regional Gallery. QLD.
2007 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. (finalist) Caloundra Regional Gallery. QLD.
2007 Archibald Prize (finalist) Art Gallery of NSW.
2006 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. (finalist) Caloundra Regional Gallery. QLD.
2004 Images of the Glasshouse Mountains. Caloundra Regional Gallery. QLD.
2001 Tattersalls Art Prize. Brisbane, QLD.
1999 Cintra Gallery Brisbane, QLD.
1996 Direct Sun. Noosa Regional Gallery. QLD.
National Portrait Gallery. Canberra, ACT.
National Maritime Museum. Sydney, NSW.
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Darwin, NT.
Warrnambool Art Gallery. Warrnambool, VIC.
Queensland Teachers’ Union Collection (G. A. Daughtrey Art Bequest) Brisbane, QLD.
Parliament House Queensland. Brisbane, QLD.
Moreton Bay Regional Council Collection. QLD.
Sunshine Coast Regional Council Collection. QLD.
University of the Sunshine Coast. QLD.
Ken Hinds Cultural Collection.
1978 Jewellery Award. Kangaroo Point College of TAFE. Brisbane QLD.
1997 Caloundra Arts Festival. Drawing/Mixed Media .(winner)
1998 Maleny Art Award. (winner open Award)
1999 Maleny Art Award. (winner Painting Award)
2001 Caloundra Art Festival. (winner open Award)
2005 West Pac/Mt. Olivert ‘Reflections of Life’ Art Prize. (winner)
2008 Mayor’s Prize. Kenilworth. QLD. (winner)
2009 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. QLD. (winner)
Harvey Galleries cordially invite you to join Peter Hudson and curator Trevor Harvey for a special Facebook LIVE virtual tour and Q&A from Peter’s exhibition at our Mosman gallery. Continue reading
Harvey Galleries cordially invite you and your guest to join us and Peter Hudson to unveil his latest exhibition at our Mosman gallery. Continue reading
“I acknowledge that we need to have more reverence for that huge mystery and power by which wild animals conduct their lives. I paint these images to remind myself, and if the audience is reminded, then the work has done its job… Continue reading
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