Neville French is one of the 4 finalists for the 2012 VITRIFY Alcorso
Ceramic Award in Adelaide in Sept and the 2012 Colin and Cecily Rigg
Contemporary Design Award at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Nevillle French’s vessel made in collaboration with Belinda Fox,
‘Limnonari Vessel 3’, shown at Arthouse Gallery in Sydney, is now
part of the National Gallery of Victoria Collection.
The current Journal of Australian Ceramics issue 50/3 includes a feature
article on the project by Altair Roelants: The Narrative of Place.
Also a review of the exhibition by Brett Ballard will be published...
Very pleased and excited to be selected as a finalist in the 2011 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize!
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize is the only national prize for sculptures of smaller dimensions and it has attracted strong support from artists, collectors and critics since its inception in 2001.
New ceramics by Neville French created in collaboration with renowned artist Belinda Fox will be on display at the Arthouse Gallery in Sydney 4th -18th June.
For more information visit www.arthousegallery.com.au and www.belindafox.com.au
Neville French is the inaugural winner of the $5000 National Ceramics Award at Clunes.
Mungo Light 3 2010 is now in the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of Ballarat.
Neville French has been shortlisted as a finalist in the $15,000 City of Hobart Art Prize at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Exhibition 23 July - 29 August. 2010
He is a finalist in the $10,000 27th Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award.
Gold Coast City Gallery, Queensland. Exhibition 21 August - 21 October. 2010
Neville French's work Lunette 1 2010 appears on the cover...