Sophie Dalgleish
Sophie Dalgleish was born in France, where she spent half of her life in the countryside. After moving to London she studied interior design at the London Design School, undertaking several private projects during her time there. Arriving in Australia in 2001, these experiences have contributed to Sophie’s fascination with the Australian landscape. Her response to the country has focused on the observation of nature and its different interpretations. Her last two series show a sophisticated use of colour, informed partly by her design background and a highly developed visual and technical ability to translate the Australian landscape onto canvas

Relevant Painting Studies, Sydney
2009, Art Workshops Australia, Sydney
2005/2006, National Art School
2004, Julian Ashton Art School
2003, Bondi Waverley school of Arts

Selected Exhibitions
2019, 11-23 Feb, Romance in the landscape exhibition at ARO gallery with Jules Forth
2018, finalist in the Waverley Woollahra 9x5 landscape prize
2018, finalist in the Mosman art prize
2018, finalist in the Ravenswood Australian Women’s art prize
2018, work exhibited at Riada, Woollahra
2017, August, Finalist in Little Things Art Prize exhibition, Saint Cloche gallery, Paddington
2017, July, Finalist in Ravenswood Australian Women’s art prize
2016, 31 Aug – 18 Sep, Little Things Art Prize exhibition, Saint Cloche Gallery, Paddington
2014, 25 Nov – 6 Dec, Danks St Depot Gallery, ‘Elements’ Group Exhibition
2013, 5 – 9 March, Danks Street Depot Gallery. ‘Ascension‘ Exhibition
2011, 8 – 12 March, Danks Street Depot Gallery. ‘Spirit of Nature’ Exhibition
2009, Manyung Gallery and Portsea Art Gallery, Victoria
2008, 23-26 October, ART SYDNEY 08, Frances Keevil Gallery, Royal Hall of Industries
2008, June 22, ASCA fundraising exhibition, Frances Keevil Gallery
2008, 13 – 20 May, mixed gallery exhibition, Frances Keevil Gallery
2007, November, solo show, Frances Keevil Gallery
2007, May, Group show, Frances Keevil Gallery, Double Bay, Sydney
2007, April, Group show with Charlie Sheard students 16.1, Mary Place , Paddington, Sydney
2006, represented by Sara Roney gallery, Paddington, Sydney
2006, “Group show” entitled “Abstraction”, Global gallery, paddington, Sydney
2006, Work selected by Greenpeace for Art 4 action 2006, Fundraising event, “Changing Nature”
2005, Exhibition at Alegria, Rosebay.