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Artist, Alison K Lawther

Alison K Lawther

Originally from Sydney’s inner west, now living in the Illawarra for over 12 years, Alison has developed her artistic and creative expression from the influences surrounding her.

Alison primarily works with acrylics, using artist’s knives and her hands to build a coarseness and tactile layering of paint. Her inspiration comes from all walks of her life, family and loved ones, colours and senses acting to convey a free flow of texture.

Self-taught, Alison sees her art as a therapeutic and personal expression of the beauty she finds every day.

Owner and Curator, NOSILA Gallery Wollongong. 2022-2023
Executive Committee Member & Treasurer, Project Contemporary Artspace, Wollongong. 2000-Current
Teacher, Still Life Drawing at NOSILA Gallery
Featured Artist at Baby Face Kitchen, Wollongong: 2020-current.

July 2023: “Committee Show” Project Contemporary Artspace, Wollongong
“QuikART Show” NOSILA Gallery
May 2023: Thirroul Seaside Festival Art Competition & Exhibition, Thirroul
April 2023: “Noir et Blanc” Project Contemporary Artspace, Wollongong
March 2023: “Beyond the Palette”, NOSILA Gallery
January 2023: “Summer Exhibition and Sale”: NOSILA Gallery

EXHIBITIONS 2000-2022:
“Monochromatic”, NOSILA Gallery. 2022
Multiple group and member shows, Project Contemporary Artspace. 2000-2022
“Touch” Solo exhibition, Nesting Box Gallery, Thirroul. 2022
Thirroul Seaside Festival Art Competition and Exhibition, Thirroul. 2022
International Womanʼs Day Exhibition, TAP Gallery Surry Hills. 2022 & 2021
“Secret Garden”, TAP Gallery, Surry Hills. 2021
Group Exhibition: ArtSPACE 2515, Thirroul. 2020
Multiple Solo Exhibitions: including Timbermill Thirroul and Woonona, 2021-2000

Works held in multiple private and commercial collections across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Southern Highlands and the Illawarra.

Private commissions from patrons across the Illawarra, Southern Highlands, Sydney and Perth for portraits, landscapes, florals and abstract works.

Studied under Deniz Balabay & Natty Dipold.




Acrylic; Charcoal; Impasto

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