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Long-time Glenbrook artist Catherine O'Donnell has a new series of work in a major exhibition ‘The Ideal Home’ curated by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) in partnership with Penrith Regional Gallery (Lewers Bequest).
NOVEMBER 29 2018
“To Paris, with love” Inspired, USYD, p17, Louise Schwartzkoff
When artist Catherine O’Donnell arrived last year to begin her residency at the Cité, she headed in the opposite direction – to the city’s fringes, where housing estates loom in concrete blocks. View full article
Familiar facades in America – An opportunity to exhibit alongside international artists in America positions Catherine O’Donnell’s 'Sydney Fibros' in a dialogue with the architecture of Chicago.
Close to home, Australian Drawing Biennial 2016. Sydney: Art Gallery of NSW, pp52-57 Anne Ryan
A CHARCOAL almost-to-scale drawing of an early 1960s fibro home in the Housing Commission Green Valley estate is among the artworks now on display at the Art Gallery of NSW.
For Catherine O'Donnell a later start to art has not limited the conceptual maturity of her practice.
Everywhere one looked the galleries were making a tremendous effort. It was brave of Brenda May to fill her booth with a massive wall drawing of a house by Catherine O'Donnell, but the effect was stunning.