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Eleanor Healy-Wills

Artist Profile

Eleanor is based in Melbourne (contact details)
and has been exhibiting work continuously since 1974.

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Sherbrooke Art Society
62 Monbulk Road
Belgrave, Victoria
(03) 9754 4264

The Serigraph Gallery
157 Main Neerim Rd.
Neerim Sth. Victoria.
(03) 5628 1519

Commonwealth Government Building
Casselden House, 2 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Industry Commission
35 Collins Street, Melbourne

Le Meridian (Formerly Menzies at Rialto)
495 Collins Street Melbourne

Detail of painting in the Wesley College collection

Wesley College
Glen Waverly Campus

Advantage Saver Credit Union
600 Collins Street, Melbourne

Bright Municipal Offices
Bright, Victoria
Detail of Victorian State Transport Mural

Victoria State Transport Mural
(4 year apprenticeship with Harold Freedman)
Southern Cross Railway Station
Size 7.3m x 36m
(Image is detail only)

Painting in the Adventist Hospital collection

Sydney Adventist Private Hospital
Wahroonga, New South Wales

Margaret Coles Hospital

Institutional and Private Collections
Within Australia and Internationally

Melbourne Art Fair (2009)
Royal Exhibition Buildings

Montsalvat (2005)
Solo exhibition

Olinda Gallery/X. Tension (1999 - 2000)

The Blackwood Gallery (1998)
North Melbourne

A.R.T. (1994)
Collins Place Gallery

Eltham Wiregrass Gallery (1991 - 1993)

Joshua McLelland (1991)

Scotchmer Fitzroy (1984 - 1985)
Solo Exhibition

Blake Prize (1981 - 1983)
Blake Prize represented

Falls Creek (1976)
One Woman Exhibition

Bilyara Gallery (1989 - 2012)
near Merimbula N.S.W.

Chapel on Station Gallery (2007)
Angelic Realms - Solo exhibition

Serigraph Gallery (2004 - continuing)

The Dobel Drawing prize (2001)

The Archibald and Sulman Prize(2001)
(Collaborative entry)

Noel's (1998)
Mailing Road, Canterbury

Studio Works Exhibition (1997)
AMP Building

Caufield Arts Complex (1994)
Mixed Exhibitions

Castilia Centre of Light, Selby (1991)

Sydney and Regional Galleries of Australia
(Touring Exhibition 1982 - 1983)

Blake Prize represented

Realities (1980)
Mixed Exhibition

Spectrum Gallery (1974 - 1975)
Several mixed exhibitions

Listed in Artists and Galleries Artists and Galleries of Australia (1990)
Max Germaine

Who's Who of Australian Visual Artists (1995)

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