Donor Artwork Exhibition Launch at Macquarie University, Sydney

Pat Corrigan AM and Alan Jones with Jones' painting 'Corro' at Macquarie University Art Gallery, Sydney, 2017.

Macquarie University, Sydney Donor Artwork Exhibition Launch is an evening celebration of donated artworks. This new exhibition acknowledges the ongoing generosity of the benefactors and artists that continue to enrich the Macquarie University art collection. Jones’ painting titled ‘Corro’ is a portrait of business man and arts philanthropist Pat Corrigan. ‘Corro’ was finalist in the 2013 Archibald Prize. Exhibition to …

Time and Place: Recent Collage catalogue

Painting by Australian artist Alan Jones. Exhibited at Olsen in Sydney in the artist's solo exhibition 'Time and Place: Recent Collage'.

BY ANNA JOHNSON Alan Jones cuts into the language of landscape by cleaving the line between paint and surface. The horizons, branches and tide lines of his new works bear the sculptural quality of blunt sunlight and hard shadows. These are scenes that seem so familiar they almost form a collective memory: an empty beach before rain, the churned sand …

Equus at Olsen Irwin, Sydney

Painting by Australian artist Alan Jones

Curated by Edward Hoddle and Kate Smith A group exhibition celebrating a history of the horse in art. Participating artists include: Giles Alexander, Kate Bergin, Stephen Bird, John Brack, Alexandru Cinean, Jonathan Dalton, Robert Dickerson, Harrie Fasher, Nic Fiddian- Green, Gary Heery, Alan Jones, Matilda Julian, Nick Leary, Amanda Marburg, Angus McDonald, James McGrath, Noel McKenna, Mali Moir, Sidney Nolan, John Olsen, Matthew Quick, Joanna Rhodes, Paul Ryan, Michael Schlepper, Tim Storrier, Thomas Woodward and Michael Zavros. Equus 13 April – 1 May 2016 Olsen Irwin …

Private Lives at S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney

Painting by Australian artist Alan Jones

The artist as collector This exhibition presents the fascinating personal collections of leading contemporary artists and includes the collections of Tom Carment, Nicholas Harding, Guy Maestri and Idris Murphy. With over 115 art works by leading Australian artists including William Robinson, Ben Quilty, Elisabeth Cummings, Euan Macleod, Paddy Bedford, Kitty Kantilla, Joan Ross, Cressida Campbell, Fred Williams, Alan Jones and …

Art Fair – Sydney Contemporary 2015

A painting by Australian artist Alan Jones

Sydney Contemporary is Australia’s premier contemporary Art Fair with the country’s largest and most diverse gathering of local and international galleries. Staged at Carriageworks, the Fair hosts over 90 galleries from around the Pacific Rim with strong representation from Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. Billed as one of the most celebrated events on Australia’s cultural calendar, the 2015 …

New South Wales

Alan Jones artist Australia painting of Queen Elizabeth #1

Watters Gallery, Sydney 30 October – 16 November 2012 New South Wales Exhibition Catalogue My maternal family heritage traces back to British convicts Robert Forrester and Isabella ‘Bella’ Ramsay. Robert and Isabella were both separately convicted for crimes of theft and subsequently received sentences of transportation to New South Wales. I have been looking at Australia’s colonial history and the …

'Alan Jones: Works from The Ropewalk Residency' published by The Fine Art Society, London

Title: Alan Jones: Works from The Ropewalk Residency Publisher: The Fine Art Society Contemporary, 148 New Bond Street London W1S 2JT, faslondon.com First published: 2012 ISBN: 978-1-907052-10-1 Contributors: Forward by AlanJones and essay by Kate Bryan Design: Ian Brown Printing: Printed in the UK by ArtQuarters Press Edition: Published in an edition of 1000 copies Pages: 51 To accompany the exhibitions: The Mother Land at The Fine Art Society Contemporary, London and New South Wales at Watters Gallery, Sydney Exhibition dates: 10-27 October 2012 (The Mother Land), 30 October – 17 November 2012 (New South Wales)

Introduction By Alan Jones My maternal family heritage traces back to British convicts Robert Forrester and Isabella ‘Bella’ Ramsay. Robert and Isabella were both separately convicted for crimes of theft and subsequently received sentences of transportation to New South Wales. I have been looking at Australia’s colonial history and the journey of the First Fleet for some time now. It …

Alan Jones wins the 2004 Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship

Painting by Australian artist Alan Jones titled 'Figure #2', winner of the 2004 Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship.

Press Release By the Art Gallery of New South Wales Press Office 7 October 2004: It was announced at the Brett Whiteley Studio in Sydney’s Surry Hills, that Alan Jones, from East Brunswick, Victoria, is the winner of the 2004 Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship with his work Figure #II 2004, oil on linen. Twenty-seven-year-old Alan Jones studied at the …