• 21 December 2020

    Heidi Yardley at Benalla Art Gallery

    Heidi Yardley’s 2015 work, ‘Void ratio’, is featured in Re-gathering at Benalla Art Gallery. This exhibition brings together figurative and portrait-based works from both the Benalla Art Gallery Collection and RACV Art Collection, presenting a framework through which the community can explore its collective experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic. ‘Re-gathering’ 18 December – 20 June […]

  • 5 September 2020

    Heidi Yardley in the Paul Guest Prize

    Heidi Yardley has been announced as a finalist in the 2020 Paul Guest Prize with her work ‘Always the same ghost’. Held biannually at Bendigo Art Gallery, this award celebrates contemporary drawing, attracting entries from all over Australia. This year’s prize will be judged by Lesley Harding, Artistic Director of Heide Museum of Modern Art […]

  • 20 August 2020

    Heidi Yardley and Marina Strocchi in the National Works on Paper Prize

    Congratulations to Heidi Yardley and Marina Strocchi who have been both announced as finalists in the 2020 National Works on Paper Prize. Heidi Yardley entered Strangers to ourselves and Marina Strocchi The Escarpment – Kangaroo Valley V. With a long history, this prize attracts leading artists from across Australia working in fields of drawing, printmaking, […]

  • 1 April 2020

    Heidi Yardley in the 2020 Percival Portrait Painting Prize

    Congratulations to Heidi Yardley who has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2020 Percival Portrait Painting Prize with her work Gareth Sansom – Grand Guignol. Yardley’s portrait of fellow artist, Gareth Sansom, was also a finalist in the 2019 Doug Moran National Prize. Established in 2007, The Percival Portrait Painting Prize is a biennial […]

  • 16 October 2019

    Robert Malherbe, Heidi Yardley and Louise Tate in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize

    Congratulations to Robert Malherbe, Heidi Yardley and Louise Tate who have all been announced as finalists in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize 2019. Both Malherbe and Yardley have entered portraits of  fellow artists, namely Angela Tiatia and Gareth Sansom. Louise Tate has entered a self-portrait. Facilitated by the Moran Arts Foundation, the Doug Moran […]

  • 7 September 2019

    Love exhibition at Tweed Regional Gallery

    Heidi Yardley, Ben Quilty, Victoria Reichelt, Linde Ivimey and Fiona Lowry all currently have their work featured in group exhibition Love, now open at Tweed Regional Gallery. Curated by Susie Muddiman, this exhibition explores love in its multiple forms. Love 6 September – 17 November Tweed Regional Gallery For more information, please click here. Image […]

  • 9 August 2019

    Heidi Yardley in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award

    Congratulations to Heidi Yardley who is a finalist in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award with her work The black veil. Established in 2001, this biennial award and exhibition boasts a major prize $15,000. The winner will be announced at the official opening on 20 September. Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award Hazelhurst Arts Centre 20 […]

  • 30 May 2019

    Heidi Yardley in Artist Profile

    Heidi Yardley has been featured in the latest edition of Artist Profile. Deputy Editor Elli Walsh’s wonderful interview with Yardley gives an insight into the artist’s most recent thematic investigations. These include her ongoing use (and subversion) of the female form and her distinct method of ‘assembling’ an image. For more information, please click here. […]

  • 28 November 2018

    ‘A Fine Romance’ at Gippsland Art Gallery

    Natasha Bieniek and Heidi Yardley are in group exhibition, A Fine Romance, at Gippsland Art Gallery. Showcasing hyper-real paintings and sculptures, the exhibition examines the beauty and deceit of contemporary Australian realism, featuring works from the Gippsland Art Gallery Collection as well as private collections. A Fine Romance Gippsland Art Gallery 8 December 2018 – […]

  • 8 August 2018

    Heidi Yardley in Brisbane News

    Heidi Yardley’s solo exhibition, Drifters, has been featured in an article by Phil Brown for Brisbane News, which explores how Yardley’s investigation into the countercultural era of the 1960s and 70s has influenced her most recent body of work. To read the article, please click here. Image credit: Heidi Yardley   Time and time again   2018   […]