© Andrea Faith Potter 2013 - 2017 All rights reserved.
1986 Graduated, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania.
1987 Honorary Research Associate, University of Tasmania
1988 Post Graduate Diploma (Painting), Royal Melbourne Institute of Tasmania.
2013 OTHER SIDE, Penny Contemporary Gallery, Hobart
2007 MOVING TOWARDS THE LIGHT Tower Gallery Meadowbank Vineyard
1997 SURFACES RELEASING REVEALING, Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1987 PAPER HATS', Long Gallery, Hobart.
1987 'BALL GOWNS OR WALLFLOWERS' Chameleon Gallery, Hobart.
1987 'AVAGO OBART', Centre for the Arts, Hobart.
2019 Lethbridge 20 000 Small Scale Art Award, Finalist. Lethbridge Gallery Paddington, Brisbane, QLD.
2018 Lethbridge 10 000 Small Scale Art Award, Online Finalist
2017 Lethbridge 10 000 Small Scale Art Award, Online Finalist
2015 9 by 5 Walker Street Gallery, Melbourne
2015 SHE, Walker Street Gallery, Melbourne
2014 Lethbridge 10 000 Small Scale Art Award, Online Finalist
2011 SHE WHO LOVES, Walker Street Gallery, Melbourne
2011 Tasmania 1:100,000 Mapping the Island, 10 Days on the Island. Touring Tasmania.
2009 Tasmania 1:100,000 Mapping the Island The IXL Atrium
2004 10 Days on the Island
2004 MEMBERS EXHIBITION, Cast Gallery, Hobart.
2004 MATERIAL GIRL, Women in Tasmania. Moonah Arts Centre,
Glenorchy and touring exhibition.
2002 MATERIAL GIRL, Women in Tasmania Past, Present and Future. Moonah Arts Centre.
2001 CAST MEMBERS EXHIBITION, Cast Gallery Hobart.
2001 ISLAND POSTCARDS, State Library, Tasmania.
2001 UNIQUE BEYOND IMAGINING, James Hardy, State Library, Queensland
2000 CAST MEMBERS EXHIBITION, Cast Gallery, Hobart.
2000 UNIQUE BEYOND IMAGINING, Northern Territory Library,
Parliament Building, Northern Territory.
1999 UNIQUE BEYOND IMAGINING, State Library, Tasmania.
1999 THE CHRISTMAS SHOW, Despard Gallery.
1999 OUT OF BOUNDS, School House Gallery.
1998 CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION, Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1998 FLIGHTS OF FANTASY, Schoolhouse Gallery, Hobart.
1998 CONVERSATIONS, Side Walk Gallery, Hobart.
1997 THE 10th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS GROUP EXHIBITION,
Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1997 HUTCHINS ART PRIZE. Long Gallery, Hobart.
1997 SHOWINGS, Installation and performance at the Conservatorium of Music,
University of Tasmania.
1997 ARTIST 'S BOOKS, Riddoch Art Gallery, Mount Gambier.
1997 ARTIST 'S BOOKS, Main Street Editions, Hahndorf, South Australia.
1996 THE CHRISTMAS SHOW, Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1996 ARTISTS' BOOK FAIR, Barbican Centre, Concourse Gallery, London.
1996 ARTISTS' BOOKS AND MULTIPLES FAIR,
Gallery 4 Metro Arts, Brisbane.
1996 MULTIPLES AND MEMORIES, School House Gallery, Hobart.
1996 HORIZONS, Side Space Gallery, Hobart and then touring nationally.
1995 OPULENCE, Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1995 THE CHRISTMAS SHOW, Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1995 OUTBACK ART PRIZE, Broken Hill City Gallery NSW
1995 THE REALLY BIG PAPER SHOW, Tamworth Gallery.
1995 THE REALLY BIG PAPER SHOW, Broken Hill City Gallery
1994 THE REALLY BIG PAPER SHOW, Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney
1994 MIXED PALETTE, Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1993 FAMILY SHOW, Despard Gallery, Hobart.
1991 HOBART CITY COUNCIL ART PRIZE. Freeman Gallery, Hobart.
1991 EXHIBITIONS OF MIRRORS, FABRICS AND DRAWINGS.
Despard Street Gallery , Hobart.
1991 HOBART CITY COUNCIL ART PRIZE. Freeman Gallery, Hobart.
1991 WHEN THE BOATS COME IN. Entrepot Art Products, Hobart.
1990 AN EXHIBITION OF WORK FROM THE STOCKROOM
gallery cimittiere, launceston
1990 EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS, Cosgrove Gallery, Glenorchy.
1990 RECENT TREASURES. Entrepot Art Products, Hobart
1989 TASMANIAN ARTISTS FOR WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL,
World Vision, Hobart, Curated by Andrea Potter.
1988 JOHN ABOALLAH & WILLIAM J. CONN
TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIP ART AWARD EXHIBITION,
R.M.I.T. Gallery, Melbourne.
1988 POST - GRADUATE EXHIBITION , Faculty Gallery,RMIT
1987 EDUCATIONAL PAPER ART EXHIBITION, Travelling to Burnie and Rosebery.
1987 FRIENDS SCHOOL ART & CRAFT EXHIBITION', Hobart
1987 PAPER PRESENT' Center for the Arts, Hobart and Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston.
1987 'PAPER:handmade paper aRTwork', Glyde Gallery, Western Australia.
1986 'STALKING THE WILD PENDULUM', Freeform Gallery, Hobart
1986 'ACCESSIORIES SHOW' Launceston Design Centre.
2013 'Saturday Mercury, Saturday Magazine', May4, p23 'Potter Weaves her Magic.'
2000 Textile Fibre Forum, page 32,
‘The Paper Chase’ by Penny Carey Wells.
1999 Arts Craft International, No. 46, page 59 - 61.
' An Art of Essences' by Michael Denholm.
1994 'Mixed Palette,' The Saturday Mercury, 25-6-94 page 43.
1994 Contemporary Art Tasmania, Summer 93/94 p34,35 "Art on an Intimate scale: Adornments." by E. Sanders.
1993 The Saturday Mercury, "Art genes handed down: It's all in the family." page 35, by Joerg Andersch.
1992 'Press Press', Tasmanian Arts and Entertainment,
Spring page 42 and 43.
1991 'The Southern Star', 1-3-91, page 6.
1990 'The Saturday Mercury', 19-5-90 page 32
1990 'The Southern Star' 15-5-90, page 16
1989 'The Saturday Mercury,' Artists Aid Ethiopia' 25-11-89, page 24
1989 'The Southern Star', 'Building Bridges for a Better World', 22-11-98 p22 by P. Young
1988 'The Southern Star,' 'And the Bride wore... Paper' 16-3-88 p20 by P. Young
1987 'Papermaking', Volume 2, Number 2, Winter, 19987 Minneapolis,
by Kathe Nix and Penny Carey Wells.
1987 'Fibre Forum', 'Papermaking' Volume 6 Issue 3 Number 20,
1987 page 14 by Kathy Nix.
1987 'Art and Australia' Tasmanian Review, Summer 1987,
Volume 25 Number 2 page 186 and 187, by Rob Horn.
1987 'The Saturday Mercury',
'Potter stuns with exotic paper flight into fantasy'
23-5-87, Weekend Review, page 16, by Heather Curnow.
1986 'Fibre Forum' Volume 5 Issue 2, No 16, page 34
1986 'Paper Artwork', Papermakers of Australia.
1999 In celebration of the YEAR OF OLDER PERSONS,
two drawings were commissioned and installed in the Holman Clinic,
in the Royal Hobart Hospital
1989 'Art Hire' A catalogue commissioned by
the Minister for the Arts, Peter Rae.
1989 'Wedding Dress', Private Commission.
Andrea Faith Potter - Biography
Tasmanian born artist, Andrea Potter, has enjoyed a versatile career.
Potter was an honorary research associate for a year at the University of Tasmania
after graduating her fine arts degree. She also completed a Post Graduate Diploma at RMIT.
Since her first solo exhibition in the mid 80‘s, Potter has had over 50 exhibitions around Australia.
Potter’s work has consisted of installations, sculptures
(handmade paper, fabric construction and mixed media) as well as large drawing works on paper and paintings on linen.
Potter’s work has been recognised in numerous publications,
including Art and Australia and Arts Craft International.
Potter has worked on projects as diverse as a collaboration with classical musicians
(for a performance artwork) and the commission
for wearable art – a wedding dress constructed from hand-made paper.
Potter’s feminist artworks were some of the first in Tasmania
to be created with the ‘feminine’ mediums of fabric, embroidery and paper.