Tony Stone is a visual artist working across a variety of different mediums including printmaking, painting, drawing AND ceramics. His work explores the native landscape and native birdlife surrounding his studio in Central Victoria.
November 2018 - Small works from a big place, Pop Up Art. Riddells Creek, Castlemaine and Bendigo train stations.
February - April 2017 - Wild Australia. Group exhibition. Wilsons at Robe.
2016 - Past Dampiers internal flies. An exhibition inspired by Tim Winton’s book ‘Island Home’. Bakery Lane Gallery, Woodend.
October 2015 - Ten Tales. Work from 10 central Victorian artists. Bakery Lane Gallery, Woodend.
November 2014 - Reaching In, Bakery Lane Gallery, Woodend.
2013 - Bakery Lane Gallery, Woodend. Featured artist.
2013 - Confluence, Bakery Lane Gallery, Woodend. An exhibition about the Coorong and lower lakes of South Australia.
March 2013 - All Things in Motion, Shelf Life Gallery, Taradale. Collaborative exhibition with Karen van Cuylenburg. Collagraph and haiku.
October 2012 - Flute to Flute. Black Anther Gallery, Woodend. Collaborative exhibition with Karen van Cuylenburg. Collagraph.
May 2012 - Outside the Square, Black Anther Gallery, Woodend (invited). Slumped glass.
September 2011 - Bird Maps, Black Anther Gallery, Woodend. Collaborative exhibition with Karen van Cuylenburg. Collagraph.
May 2011 - Junk to Gem, Colenso Gallery, Woodend. Group exhibition (50 local artists invited). Collagraph.
November 2010 - Landscape and Life, CASPA Gallery, Castlemaine. Collaborative exhibition with Karen van Cuylenburg.
April 2009 - Lost in Place, Hullabaloo Gallery, Malmsbury. Drawings, paintings and wood-fired ceramics.
2008 - Place Marks, Made in Malmsbury. Drawings and wood-fired ceramics. Collaborative exhibition with Karen van Cuylenburg.
2008 - Malmsbury Art Show, Mechanics Hall, Malmsbury. Group Exhibition. Drawings and wood-fired ceramics.
The First Potter, Macmillan Educational, 2001.
Kick, a short story from Hush, Men are Speaking. An anthology of writing by new and established writers celebrating male experience. Arts Woodend Incorporated, 1999.
Rambunctious Rumours from Malmsbury, Contributor, Malmsbury Writers Group.
Fine Arts Graduate, Deakin University.
Graduate Diploma of Education, Secondary, Art/Craft, Latrobe University, Bendigo.
Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, Visual Arts, Bendigo TAFE.
Teacher of Indigenous Capability Program, Kangan TAFE.
For any enquiries please get in touch via the below email.