Lottie Consalvo’s 2019 work ‘I stirred the sea to see if it was alive’, will be on display in ‘Upriver Downriver’, the new group exhibition opening at Maitland Regional Art Gallery on 10 June. Bringing together the work of artists connected geographically and creatively to the Hunter River region, this exhibition celebrates the diversity of […]
Lottie Consalvo and Celia Gullett are featured in the recently released Thames & Hudson publication, ‘Australian Abstract‘. Written by Amber Creswell Bell, ‘Australian Abstract’ explores the work of over 40 Australian artists working within the abstract sphere in their practice. For more information, please click here. Image credit: cover, ‘Australian Abstract’.
An article featuring Lottie Consalvo can be seen in Australian House & Garden magazine. Presented in the feature by writer Elizabeth Wilson, is the seaside Newcastle-based home the artist shares with husband and fellow artist, James Drinkwater. Exploring the unique living space, the artist discusses its story and the art-filled walls along with her own […]
‘Why Can’t We Just Do Something Beautiful’ is a new video work by Lottie Consalvo, now on display at the newly opened Multi-Arts Pavilion, mima (MAP mima) in the Macquarie Lake Arts Precinct. This site specific video work was commissioned for the ‘Node’ section of the Pavilion, which comes alive after dark. In the video, […]
Congratulations to Lottie Consalvo and Robert Malherbe who have been announced as finalists in the Paddington Art Prize with their works ‘The Seas End’ and ‘Canola Fields’. The Paddington Art Prize is an acquisitive award for paintings inspired by the Australian landscape. The winner will be announced at the opening on 29 October. Paddington […]
Jan Murphy Gallery is excited to announce representation of Lottie Consalvo. Working across painting, performance, video and sculpture, Consalvo connects deep internal states of being with finely attuned sensory perception and expression. Originally from Melbourne, Consalvo now lives in Newcastle. Her work has been exhibited across Australia and internationally, including New Zealand, Mexico and Germany. […]