KYLIE BANYARD FINALIST IN 2022 LEN FOX PAINTING PRIZE AT CASTLEMAINE ART MUSEUM

Kylie Banyard is exhibited as a finalist in the 2022 Len Fox Painting Prize at Castlemaine Art MuseuM “A grainy black and white archival photograph depicts a group of young women working in a cornfield (Cira. 1940). Found amongst the Black Mountain College archives, the photograph tells a story of three women clustered together working…

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KYLIE BANYARD AND JESSIE BOYLAN’S LA TROBE ART INSTITUTE BIANNUAL FACADE COMMISSION FEATURED ON ABC CENTRAL VICTORIA

Bendigo Creek doesn’t get a lot of love or appreciation, as to most people it just looks like a big concrete and bluestone drain directing any surplus rainwater away from homes, businesses and roads in the regional Victorian city’s CBD. But parts of the creek still look like a natural waterway, just 13 kilometres north of the…

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KYLIE BANYARD AND JESSIE BOYLAN’S LA TROBE ART INSTITUTE BIANNUAL FACADE COMMISSION ON VIEW UNTIL 8 MARCH 2022

“Artists Kylie Banyard and Jessie Boylan spent time visiting Bendigo Creek during winter and early spring 2021. Rising gently about here is the result of their collaborative experiments with historical and contemporary photographs, maps, topographical drawings, oil paint and watercolour. . For thousands of years prior to European colonisation, Bendigo Creek flourished under Djaara custodianship.…

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KYLIE BANYARD & AMBER WALLIS EXHIBITION REVIEWED BY ‘ARTIST PROFILE’ ONLINE

Amber Wallis & Kylie Banyard By Artist Profile A new show at Nicholas Thompson Gallery follows from Amber Wallis and Kylie Banyard’s success with ‘The Heroine Paint’ at Lismore Regional Gallery. In this latest exhibition, Banyard and Wallis paint into being both feminist histories and utopian futures, using the canvas as a foundation from which…

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AMBER WALLIS & KYLIE BANYARD JOINT EXHIBITION ‘THE HEROINE PAINT’ AT LISMORE REGIONAL GALLERY 12 JUNE TO 1 AUGUST 2021

This exhibition brings together the work of Amber Wallis and Kylie Banyard, highlighting their visions of painterly utopia. Their work pays homage to American Abstract Expressionism of the 1940s and 50s, which strove towards an alternative image for art and painting. Spontaneity stood at the centre of this, and a purist’s distillation of materials. The…

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KYLIE BANYARD EXHIBITION AT CASTLEMAINE ART GALLERY UNTIL 31 JANUARY

The first exhibition in CAM’s Orbit program; a series of exhibitions by artists who live and work in Central Victoria. Kylie Banyard’s practice is grounded in painting and intersects with photography, video and sculpture, as well as fields such as architecture and education. In her work, she explores the utopian imagination and the history of experimental models…

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KYLIE BANYARD EXHIBITION REVIEWED IN ‘THE AGE’ BY TIARNEY MIEKUS

In Kylie Banyard’s newest paintings the mood is simultaneously mystical, technicolour, strangely nostalgic and enduringly hopeful. While her latest oil and acrylic works emerged from interests in the experimental American art school Black Mountain College, which in the mid-20th century emphasised holistic learning, this isn’t necessarily clear. Yet the aura of the influence is apparent,…

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KYLIE BANYARD INTERVIEWED ON RADIO NATIONAL ‘THE ART SHOW’ ON THE NATIONAL, SYDNEY

Kylie Banyard interviewed by ABC Radio National’s ‘The Art Show’ today on the artist’s fascination with idealised ways of living and her latest artworks, showing at The National in Sydney . Kylie Banyard’s work is exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia as part of ‘The National 2019: New Australian Art’ – a presentation…

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