Wendy murray

Wendy Murray is an artist and arts educator who is currently the Printer in Residence at the University of Sydney, Australia. Her artworks are informed by her knowledge of street art and graffiti and her interest in psycho-geography and the concept of the derive, or unplanned journey….more

 © 2018   JUST aim to PRINT WELL     (2018) at the University of Sydney, AUS / Photo: Sarah Lorien

© 2018 JUST aim to PRINT WELL (2018) at the University of Sydney, AUS / Photo: Sarah Lorien

The University of Sydney is excited to announce Wendy Murray as the Library’s inaugural Printer in Residence..... more

  4:46 P.M.  Wednesday 24 January 2018 Venice, CA USA

4:46 P.M. Wednesday 24 January 2018 Venice, CA USA

The Daily

The Daily drawing series began in April 2010 whilst on residency at Hill End, NSW, Australia. Over seven years I have completed more than 250 drawings… view project


 Drawing installation  The polite side of town , Adelaide Central School, SA, AUS Photo © 2017 ASCA  Sam Roberts

Drawing installation The polite side of town, Adelaide Central School, SA, AUS Photo © 2017 ASCA Sam Roberts

The polite side of town

The Drawing Exchange is a collaboration between the nation’s top art schools, bringing together 22 artists from around Australia to produce new works drawn directly onto the walls of Adelaide Central School of Art and the National Art School in Sydney.… view project

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Sydney - We Need to Talk 

Sydney we need to Talk! - this illustrated book is an experiment with collaborative short-form writing. Each co-authored piece involves a dialogue between people and places. Sydney is the central character in each essay, as each author is Sydney based – we draw from our research and experiences in our city. And, each essay goes somewhere else: Sydney meets another city....more »»

  Figure 4.2  An advertising hoarding at North Ave and Charles St, Baltimore - appropriated to warn of the systematic injustices represented by the death of a young African American man, Freddie Gray, as a result of injuries sustained whilst in police custody, April 2015.  SYDNEY WE NEED TO TALK! , page 21.

Figure 4.2 An advertising hoarding at North Ave and Charles St, Baltimore - appropriated to warn of the systematic injustices represented by the death of a young African American man, Freddie Gray, as a result of injuries sustained whilst in police custody, April 2015.
SYDNEY WE NEED TO TALK!, page 21.

 © 2018 Starting  Lincoln & Venice  / Photo Louise Hyatt

© 2018 Starting Lincoln & Venice / Photo Louise Hyatt

Lincoln & Venice

Drawing in search of the Colby Poster Printing Company... see more >


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DRAWING | KANDOS

Kandos Museum & Print Station community workshop in rural New South Wales  ... see more >