Stephen Killick
Six Dimensional Origami (2006)
Oil on canvas
120 x 120 cm

Biographical Notes
1947 Born in London
1952 Arrived in Australia
1977–81 Travelled and worked in Australia
1981–84 Travelled and worked in Europe

Solo Exhibitions
2010 Simple Signs, Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane
2006 Comic Division, Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane
2004 Elective Horizon, Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane
2000 City Gallery, Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane
1999 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
1996 Milburn Gallery, Brisbane
1994 Anima Gallery, Adelaide
1993 Milburn Gallery, Brisbane
1992 Works 1980–1992, Dalby Regional Gallery
1991 Milburn Gallery, Brisbane
1990 Irving Gallery, Sydney
1989 Deutscher Gertrude Street, Melbourne
1987 Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide
Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney
1986 Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
1985 Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney
1984 Ray Hughes at Reconnaissance Gallery, Melbourne
1981 Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
1980 Art of Man Gallery, Sydney
1979 Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
1978 Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
1976 Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
1973 Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
1972 Llewellyn Gallery, Adelaide
1970 Llewellyn Gallery, Adelaide
1969 Llewellyn Gallery, Adelaide

Group Exhibitions
2010 Resonance of Place, New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale, New South Wales
2009 Walcha Gallery of Art, Walcha, New South Wales
From the collection: Works on paper, Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Gallery, Port Macquarie, New South Wales
2008 Red Herrings, John Miller Gallery, Newcastle, New South Wales
2007 Relativity, Beyond Empathy, New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale, New South Wales
2006 Soucasná australská tvorba, Letohrádek Ostrov, Galerie umení Karlovy Vary, Walcha, Czech Republic
2005 The Recent Past: Contemporary Acquisitions, 1995–2004, Queensland University of Technology Art Museum, Brisbane
2003 Confluence, Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Gallery, Port Macquarie, NSW
Sculpture 2003, Sydney Festival, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney
2001 Sculpture, Collaboration with Tony Coleing, Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Gallery, Port Macquarie, NSW
1999 We are Australian, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
1998 Resonance of Place, with Jo Davidson, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland
Natural Visions, Manning Regional Gallery, Taree, NSW
Em Gallery, Armidale, NSW
1997 Blue Poles Gallery, Byabarra, NSW
1996 Cultural Futures, Port Macquarie, NSW
Essential Assets, Bellingen Jazz Festival, NSW
1995 Artists for East Timor, Brisbane
1994 Reference Points 111—the Immediate Past, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
1993 Clashing Fragments, Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart
1991 Correspondences, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
1990 Fourth Australian Sculpture Triennial, Melbourne
Artists Against Animal Experimentation, Deutscher, Melbourne
1989 Australian Art Post-1960, Deutscher Gertrude Street, Melbourne
1987 Painters and Sculptors: Diversity in Australian Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
MOCA Open; contemporary Art in Australia—a review, MOCA, Brisbane then touring Japan and Korea
Third Australian Sculpture Triennial, Melbourne
Recent Australian Drawing, Heide Park and Gallery, Melbourne
1986 Crosscurrents, Heide Park and Art Gallery, Melbourne
Artists make furniture, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney
Moments in Queensland Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
1985 The First Exhibition, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney
Queensland Works 1950–1985, University Art Museum, Brisbane
Australian Perspecta 85, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
1984 Deutscher Fine Art, Melbourne
Second Australian Sculpture Triennial, Melbourne
Painters Sculptures, ACCA, Melbourne
Ray Hughes at Reconnaissance, Melbourne
1983 Australian Perspecta, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Acquisitions 1973–1983, University Art Museum, Brisbane
Air and Space, London, UK
Elsevier Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland
Shell Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland
1981 Ray Hughes at Pinacotheca, Melbourne
Nine Queensland Artists, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville
1980 The Air Show, Dalby Regional Art Gallery and Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
1979 Gallery Uptop, Rockhampton, Queensland
1978 Lismore City Art Gallery, Lismore, NSW
Quark Strangeness and Charm, Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
1969 This Colour Thing, Llewellyn Gallery, Adelaide
1968 Situations, Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide

Selected Bibliography
Battersby, Jean. Craft Arts International, Issue 37, 1996
Corliss, Trevor. Clashing Fragments [ex. cat.], Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, 1993
Corrigan, Pat. Australian Art Collector, Spring 1998
Cross, Elizabeth. Cross Currents [ex. cat.], Heide Park and Gallery, 1985
Edwards, Geoffrey. Sculpture in Wood: the Third Australian Sculpture Triennial [ex. cat.], 1987
Green, Charles. [ex. cat.] Deutscher Gertrude Street, Melbourne, 1989
McLean, Sandra. Show & Tell, The Courier Mail, 31 January 2003
Martin-Chew, Louise. The Thick Plottens, Art in Australia, Summer 2002
summer 2002
Miller, Ronald. Civilized Magic: An interpretive guide to Australian Painting, Sorrett Publishing, 1974
Murphy, Bernice. Australian Perspecta [ex. cat.], Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1983
Rainbird, Stephen. Australian Perspecta [ex. cat.], Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1985
Sabine, Pat. On-Site Sculpture in city spaces, the Fourth Australian Sculpture Triennial [ex. cat.], 1990
Sourgnes, Michel. Painters and Sculptors: diversity in contemporary Australian Art [ex. cat.], Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, 1987
Sturgeon, Graeme. Contemporary Australian Sculpture, Craftsman House, 1991
Sturgeon, Graeme. The New Mood, Art in Australia, Spring 1990
Sturgeon, Graeme. The Second Australian Sculpture Triennial [ex. cat.], 1984
Sullivan, Graeme. Seeing Australia—a view of Artists and Writers, Piper Press, 1994
Thomas, Daniel. Outlines of Australian Art: the Joseph Brown Collection, Harry N. 
Abrams, 1989

Collections
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Queensland Art Gallery/GoMA, Brisbane
Parliament House Collection, Canberra
Artbank, Sydney
Benalla Regional Gallery, Victoria
Dalby Regional Gallery, Queensland
Federal Airports Corporation, Brisbane
Heide Park and Art Gallery, Melbourne
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
Stanthorpe Regional Gallery, Queensland
University of Tasmania, Hobart
Department of Information Technology, CSIRO, Sydney
Joseph Brown Collection, Melbourne
Pat Corrigan Collection, Sydney
MoCA, Brisbane
MOCA, Saitama, Japan
Wesley Hospital, Brisbane