G.W. Bot

Born in 1954 - Australia


Born in Pakistan from Australian parents, G.W. BOT has lived in several countries before the age of 20, following her military father.

She studied art in London, Paris and in Australia.

She has been living and working in Canberra since 1985. She has a strong connection with her territory that became the main theme of her work. As the Aboriginal people in Australia have, she also has a totem, the Wombat, a small animal living in the Canberra region. The animal is referred to in French literature as the ?Grand Wam Bot?, and that is the origin of her artist name, G.W. BOT.

She discovered the linocut technique in London, and it became her favorite means of expression. She has also developed a personal calligraphy in which her dreamlike vision of the territory and her extreme sensitivity intermingle.

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Dancing Glyphs, Australian Galleries Painting and Sculpture, Collingwood, (Australia)
"J.I.M.A.B.E.", Arts d’(Australia), Stéphane Jacob, Cape Town, (South Africa)
Australian Galleries, Collingwood, (Australia)

Australian Glyphs, Hart Gallery, London (UK)
Prints and drawings from Sidney Nolan to Rover Thomas, British Museum, London (UK)
Dobell Prize for Drawing, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, (Australia)
Glyphs, Australian Galleries, Sydney, (Australia)

Royal Academy Summer Show, London, (UK)
"The long paddock; a 30 year survey", Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, (Australia)
"The long paddock; a 30 year survey", Orange Regional Gallery, (Australia)
"The long paddock; a 30 year survey", Tamworth Regional Art Gallery, (Australia)
"The long paddock; a 30 year survey", Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Queensland, (Australia)
"The long paddock; a 30 year survey", Maitland Regional Art Gallery, (Australia)
"A morphology of glyphs", Beaver Galleries, Canberra, (Australia)

"Field of Glyphs", Hart Gallery, London, (UK)
The International Print Triennial Krakow, Krakow, (Poland)
"Stories of our making", University of the West of England, Bristol, (UK)
"Fire Glyphs and Spirits", Artspace Mackay, (Australia)

"Paddock Glyphs: New Work", Australian Galleries, Sydney, (Australia)
"Paddock Glyphs: New Work", Australian Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)

"Glyphs", Hart Gallery, London, (UK)
"Glyphs", Beaver Galleries, Canberra, (Australia)
"Glyphs", Gadfly Gallery, Perth, (Australia)

"Glyphs", Australian Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)
CMAG touring exhibition, Narra City Gallery, (Japan)
"Glyphs", Australian Galleries, Sydney, (Australia)

"Morphic Fields", Hart Gallery, London, (UK)
"An Australian symphony", 5 + 5 Gallery, New York, (USA)
"Paths of being", Chapman Gallery, Sydney, (Australia)
"Morphic fields and gardens", Gadfly Gallery, Perth, (Australia)
"Figure in landscape", Barry Stern Gallery, Sydney, (Australia)

"Earth and Sky", Australian Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)
"An island of life", Barry Stern Gallery, Sydney, (Australia)

"The Garden of Possibilities", Canberra Museum and Gallery, (Australia)
"Gardens", Canberra Museum and Gallery, (Australia)

"Suburban Gardens: Arrivals and Journeys", Barry Stern, Sydney, (Australia)
"The Body in Question", Gadfly Gallery, Perth, (Australia)

"Gardens : Rites of Passage", Barry Stern Gallery, Sydney, (Australia)
"Gardens : Rites of Passage", Hart Gallery, Londres, (UK)
"Gardens : Rites of Passage", Chapman Gallery, Canberra, (Australia)

"Mystic Language", Grahame Galleries + Editions, Brisbane, (Australia)
Bundanon Series, Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney, (Australia)
"Recent relief prints", Bulle Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)
"Ancestral Landscapes", Port Jackson Fine Art, Laguna Beach, LosAngeles, (USA)

"Enclosures", Chapman Gallery, Canberra, (Australia)
"Semiotics of the Australian Wilderness", Bulle Gallery, Melbourne, (Australia)
Barry Stern Gallery, Sydney, (Australia)
"The Australian Wilderness and Garden : Language, calligraphy and semiotics", Hart Gallery, London, (UK)

"Paper Garden", Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney, (Australia)

"The Lady and the Unicorn", Hart Gallery, London, (UK)
"Journeys of a Poet", Lyall Burton Gallery, Melbourne, (Australia)
"Sacred Gardens : drypoints and relief prints", Hart Gallery, Nottingham, (UK)

"The Lady and the Unicorn", Chapman Gallery, Canberra, (Australia)

"Journeys", Australia Centre, Manila, (Philippines)

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