Andy Quiltys’ work explores ideas surrounding the social, psychological and physical landscape inhabited by the suburban Australian male.

Quilty’s work has received several accolades including The Mandjar Art Award, City of South Perth Emerging Artist Award, Kalgoorlie Boulder Art Prize, RAS Art Award and  the Bunbury Biennale Acquisition award. Quilty has been a finalist in a number of significant national and international art prizes including The Kedumba Drawing Award, Black Swan Prize For Portraiture, Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize, Rick Amor Drawing Prize, Midwest Art Prize, Albany Art Prize, Joondalup Invitation Art Award, Sir Charles Gairdener Biennial Art Award and the Salon des Refusés. His work is held in a number of state and private collections nationally and internationally.

Andy Quilty is represented by Linton and Kay Galleries.


Now showing:

ANDY QUILTY – HOON (2015 TILT program exhibition)
Heathcoate Museum and Gallery, Applecross WA

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exhibition catalogue please request via the contact form here.

Image: Burnout painting #13
motorbike burnout, electric sander polisher, electric drill,
pop rivets, oil and aerosol on Aluminium composite
150 x 154cm