Represented by Jan Manton Gallery.
2020 Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours, Class I), Queensland College of Art (QCA)
2019 Bachelor of Fine Art (Major in Painting with Academic Excellence), QCA
2016 Diploma of Visual Art with Merit Award, South Bank Institute of Technology (SBIT)
2020 Deliberate Pictures, Jan Manton Gallery, Teneriffe
2020 Flatform, Grey Street Gallery, South Bank
2019 Brushstrokes on Paper, Zonta Club of Brisbane, West End
2018 Dark Nuance, The Third Quarter, Petrie Terrace
2020 LOOM, Side Gallery, Red Hill
2020 QCA Honours and Masters Graduate Showcase, QCA Galleries, South Bank
2020 ABSTRACTION, Royal Queensland Art Society, Petrie Terrace
2020 Boiling Point, The Third Quarter, Petrie Terrace
2019 Materiality, Agency and the Body, Webb Gallery (QCA), South Bank
2018 Nobody Wants to Leave This Party, QCA Galleries, South Bank
2018 Green, Percolator Gallery, Paddington
2018 Expanded, POP Gallery, Woolloongabba
2016 Diploma of Visual Art Graduates Exhibition, SBIT
2020 Winner, ABSTRACTION, Royal Queensland Art Society/Petrie Terrace Gallery
2018 Winner, The Zonta Club Brisbane River Acquisitive Prize, QCA
2017-2019 Griffith Award for Academic Excellence in Fine Art (GU)
2016 Merit Award (SBIT)
2020 Untitled (a Wall Painting for Grey St), Grey Street Gallery (QCA), South Bank
2019 Mindful Trace, Queensland Children’s Hospital, Brisbane
2017 Make Your Mark, QCA Webb Centre Project, South Bank
2020 Kyra Mancktelow, Ipswich (iAM Projects)
2020 The Storytellers Exhibition (Museum of Brisbane)
2019 Sam Songailo, Ipswich (iAM Projects)
2019 Ms Saffaa, Fish Lane (Integrity 20)
2018 Richard Bell, Yeronga Studios (Milani Gallery)
2018 Simon Degroot (Queensland Rail)
2018 Lucas Grogan (W Hotel)
2018 Installation, Asian Pacific Triennial9 (QAGOMA)
2018 Installation, Research and Gallery Services (GUAM)
2018 Griffith University Art Museum Internship Program (Collections Office, Nathan and Griffith University Art Museum, Southbank) Key responsibilities: Safe art handling practice, art collection management, condition reporting, curatorial research, gallery docent work, KE EMu training.
2016 Visual Art and Set Design Team (Brisbane Festival)
Natalie Lavelle is an emerging artist whose practice wavers between human and material concerns where abstraction and monochrome paintings have become the foundation of a personal pursuit to re-blur the limitations and boundaries of the traditional easel painting. Natalie has completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours, Class I) from Queensland College of Art (QCA) in 2020 and a Diploma of Visual Art from Southbank Institute of Technology (SBIT) in 2016.
In addition to her studio practice, Lavelle engages in large scale installation wall paintings and outdoor mural projects. She has been artist and studio assistant to major Brisbane and interstate artists whom she contributes her expertise to large mural projects including Fish Lane public art for Integrity 20 in 2019, Queensland Rail projects and the Brisbane W Hotel in 2018, QCA’s Webb Gallery walkway in 2017 and the Brisbane Festival in 2016. In 2019 Lavelle was commissioned by Queensland Children’s Hospital to paint a sixty-meter wall painting for their Oncology walkway.
Lavelle continues solo and group exhibitions throughout Brisbane at a variety of institutions and galleries some of which include: ‘Deliberate Pictures’ at Jan Manton Gallery (2020), ‘Flatform’ at Grey Street Gallery, QCA (2020), ‘Materiality, Agency and the Body’ at Webb Gallery, QCA (2019), ‘Dark Nuance’ at The Third Quarter (2018), ‘Nobody Wants To Leave This Party’ at QCA Galleries (2018) and ‘Expanded’ at Pop Gallery (2018). In 2018 she was awarded The Zonta Club Brisbane River Acquisitive Prize, Griffith University, Brisbane. In 2020 she was awarded the overall winner of the ABSTRACTION exhibition judged by Andrew Baker, Art Dealer. Lavelle is represented by Jan Manton Gallery, Qld.