Garry Shead

Born 1942

Garry Shead is one of Australia’s most popular and distinctive artists and printmakers. Winner of the 1993 Archibald Prize, and the 2004 Dobell Prize for Drawing, Shead was born in Sydney in 1942. Following studies at the National Art School he became a scenic artist with ABC TV before staging his first solo exhibition with Watters Gallery in 1966. In 1967 he won the Young Contemporaries Prize and then travelled to Japan before embarking on an expedition to the Sepik Highlands in Papua New Guinea.

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