Artist profile

Tony Hull

Visual Arts , Drawing , Painting

Tony Hull

Visual Arts , Drawing , Painting

Location Kiama

Artist Type Professional


I draw and paint using watercolour and oils. Subject matter includes landscape, portraiture, human form and still life, nearly always presented in an expressive/representational manner.

  • About

    My style is expressionistic, figurative and observational. I am inspired by what I choose to paint or draw based on my thoughts, emotions, intuitive and intellectual response, the history of art and the way I view the subject perceived. To explore an idea I often work in series or thematically.

  • Biography

    1978 B.A. (Hons.) First Class, Ceramics and Painting, Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts, London, UK.

    1979 Post-Graduate Art Teachers Certificate, Goldsmiths College, University of London

    1996 Doctor of Creative Arts, University of Wollongong

    1975 to present: various art related jobs and part-time teaching in tertiatry education

    1980 to 2009: Full-time Teacher and Head Teacher Ceramics and Fine Art, TAFE NSW

    I have been an artist and teacher since 1974

  • Awards & Career highlights

    2010 to 2015 - Finalist, NSW Parliament House Plein Air Painting Prize, Sydney

    2011 - First Prize, 'Works on Paper', Waverley Art Prize, Sydney

    2005 - First Prize, 'Works on Paper', Waverley Art Prize, Sydney

    2002 - First Prize, Art Visions, St. Mary's College, Wollongong

    2000 - First Prize, John Copes Prize for Representational Art, BDAS, Bowral

  • Studio Address

    21 Pheasant Point Drive
    Kiama NSW 2533

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