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    Australian Cedar 19 x 7.5 x 18cm $900
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    Australian Cedar 13 x 11 x 5cm $900
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    Australian Cedar 35 x 24 x 14cm $4,000
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Stephen King




1958           Born Bingara, New South Wales, Australia

1977-79      Studied at Sydney College of the Art, Diploma of Visual Arts, Printmaking major.

1981           Post-graduate studies at St.Martins School of Arts, London.



1980           Parmenter Gallery, Walcha

1983           Tamworth City Art Gallery Weswal Gallery, Tamworth

1985           Coventry, Sydney

1987           Coventry, Sydney

1988           Cintra Gallery, Brisbane

1990-1998           Coventry, Sydney

2001           BBA Gallery, Chippendale, Sydney

2003           Bryan Hooper Gallery, Chippendale, Sydney

2006           Baroque Niche, Gallery Klatovy, Czech Republic

2009           Gallows Gallery, Perth, WA; Walcha Gallery of Art, NSW

2010           Moree Plains Regional Gallery, NSW – Sculpture, prints, paintings

2012           “Against the Grain” – New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale, NSW



1977           SCA selected works Adelaide Arts Festival

1979           Australian Student Printmakers Travelling Exhibition

1987           “Australian Works on Paper” – Aion Fine Arts, Dallas, USA

1994           “Obsession” – Coventry Collection – Campbelltown City Art Gallery, Travelling Exhibition

1995           “Salon des Refuses”- S.H.Ervin Gallery, Sydney
“Ironsides” – The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

1997 – 2002   “Sculpture by the Sea” – Bondi Beach, Sydney

2001           “Sculpture from the Sea” – Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Gymea, NSW
“Sculpture in the City” – Martin Place, Sydney

2003           “Walcha – City of Art” – New Contemporaries, QVB, Sydney
Confluence – Four regional sculptors– Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Gallery
“Surface Memories” – Tamworth City Art Gallery,NSW

2004           “Sheer Diversity – Sculptors Who Draw” – Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney
“Sculpture by the Sea” – Bondi Beach, Sydney;

2005           “Sculpture Inside”- Maunsell Wickes @ Barry Stern Galleries, Paddington
“Sculpture by the Sea” – Bondi Beach, Sydney
“New England Objectives” – NERAM, Armidale

2006           “Sculpture by the Sea” – Cottesloe, Perth, WA and Invited Artist Bondi, Sydney
“Regional Encounters” – Tamworth Regional Gallery,NSW
“Walcha City of Art – Contemporary Australian Art” – Karlovy Vary Art Gallery, Czech Republic
“My Time My Place Myself” – New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale
“Stephen King and Mike Nicholls Linocuts” Galerie F, Klatovy, Czech Republic
6th International Linocut Symposium, White Unicorn, Gallery Klatovy/Klenova, Czech Republic

2007           “Three’s Company” – Michael Reid at Elizabeth Bay, Sydney
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize – Redleaf Council Chambers, Double Bay
“Sculpture by the Sea” – Bondi, Sydney
Aquasculpture – Port Macquarie Town Green, NSW

2008           “Sculpture by the Sea” – Cottesloe Beach, Perth, WA and Bondi, Sydney
“Sculpture 2008” – Maunsell Wickes at Barry Stern Galleries

2009           “Sculpture by the Sea”, Cottesloe, Perth, WA
“Sculpture in the Gaol” – Trial Bay, NSW
“Aquasculpture” – Port Macquarie, NSW
“Sculpture by the Sea”, Bondi – Distinguished Invited artist
Walcha Gallery of Art – Opening Exhibition – Walcha NSW

2010            UWS Acquisitive Sculpture Award, Campbelltown, NSW
Artscape, Byron Bay, NSW
“In(two)art” – Maitland Regional Art Gallery, NSW, Travelling exhibition
“Going Bush – Stephen King and Julia Griffin” – Galerie Am Park, Vienna, Austria
Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney

2011            Sculpture by the Sea – Cottesloe Beach, Perth, WA and Bondi, Sydney
Kooindah Acquisitive Sculpture Prize Exhibition – Wyong, NSW
Aquasculpture – Port Macquarie, NSW

2012           “Sculpture” – Mick Gallery, Paddington, NSW
In(two)art – S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney
The Drawing Show – Walcha Gallery of Art, NSW
Coventrys Artists – NERAM, Armidale, NSW
Small Sculpture Show – Walcha Gallery of Art, NSW
Defiance Sculpture Park at the Gate Gallery, Wollombi, NSW
Sculpture Inside – Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, NSW
Tiny Titans and Miniliths – Miniature Sculpture Show – Defiance Gallery, Enmore

2013           Julia Griffin, Stephen King, Nigel White – Walcha Gallery of Art, NSW
Kunderang- Walcha Gallery of Art, NSW
Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi



Coventry Collection, Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, Tamworth City Art Gallery, Artbank, Parliament House, Canberra,

Private collections in Australia, Germany, Austria, Japan, Czech Republic, England

Festival of the Black Soil Plains – Moree Plains Gallery/Winner 1999

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi – Sherman Galleries Award 1999.

Bulldust to Bitumen, Walgett 2003 – Sculpture Prize

Aquasculpture 2007 – Port Macquarie – Joint winner

Aquasculpture 2011 – Port Macquarie – Winner

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi – Curators Prize – Sculpture Inside, 2011

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi – $60,000 Macquarie Group Sculpture Prize, 2013


1982           Mural – Imperial Hotel, Tamworth.

1991           Sculpture for the Rainforest Display, Dorrigo National Park – NPWS.

1996           “Weather Signs”” – Fountain sculpture, McHatton Park, Walcha

2000           “Petali” entrance sign, Walcha, NSW
Walcha roads entrance signs – Walcha, NSW.
Kuringai Municipal Council – Bancroft Park, Roseville.

2002           “Harry’s Lookout”, Shelley’s Beach, Port Macquarie – Hastings Council.

2004           “Harry’s Corner”, Shelley’s Beach, Port Macquarie – Hastings Council
Judith Wright Memorial Garden, Armidale – Donated
“Waterlily Park”, Port Macquarie – Hastings Council

2005           “The Boulevard” Longyard Estate, Tamworth
“Place where eels swim” mosaic, Walcha

2006           Lynbrook Estate Shopping Centre, South Melbourne, Vic
Dorothy Topfer Memorial, Ballina School, NSW

2008           Sydney Polo Club, Richmond, NSW

2010           Bryce Laut Memorial Sculpture Works, Sea Acres Rainforest Centre, Port Macquarie

2011           Crossroads Hotel, Narrabri, NSW

2012           Castle Cove Primary School, NSW

2013           Lampada Estate, Tamworth



1990–2001 Printmaking workshops held in own studio for school and TAFE students.

1997,1998   Youth and Aboriginal workshops – printmaking.

2001           Walcha Street Furniture Project – Co-ordinator and Technical Assistant.

2002           Confluence 2002, 2003- Port Macquarie – Presenter and  workshop.

2004           “Sculpture in Public Space” – Sculpture by the Sea Symposium – Domain
Theatre, Art Gallery of NSW – Presenter

2006           6th International Linocut Symposium, Klenova, Czech Republic

2007           Aboriginal Sculpture Workshop – Enngonia, NSW
Inami International Wood Sculpture Camp, Nanto City, Japan – Invited                  Australian representative
Verandah Post Project, Walcha – Co-ordinator and Technician

2008           “Sculpture in Public Space” – Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe Conference – State Library, WA – Presenter

NineMSN NewsArtist turns disaster to artistic Triumph, 26 October 2013

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