Alexandra Copeland

Curriculum Vitae (2)


National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 1983, 1994

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, 1993,1995

Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery, Hobart

Museo Communale, Deruta, Italy

City of Obu Collection, Obu, Japan

Artbank, Sydney, 1990, 1994

Shepparton Art Gallery, Victoria

Campaspe Regional Art Gallery, Victoria

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville

Campbelltown City Art Gallery, NSW

Queensland University of Technology

St. Cyprian’s Anglican Church, North Adelaide

Residence of the Australian Ambassador, Warsaw

Smorgon Collection, Melbourne

Australian Securities Commission, Sydney

Private collections in all Australian capital cities, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, Miami, London, Munich, Geneva, Berne, Colombo, Osaka and Kyoto.

Published Work written by Alexandra Copeland:

Costumes and Accessories from Central Asia. Exhibition catalogue, National Gallery of Victoria, 1979

Art Monthly, September, 1993. Sins of Commission.    

Art Monthly, December, 1993. In Deruta

Craft Victoria, April, 1994. A Sojourn in Italy.                    

Ceramics Art and Perception - issue 24, 1996,  A Painter of Pots.

Ceramics Technical - issue 2, 1996. Maiolica - A Personal Approach

Art Monthly - 1996. Some Thoughts on Art, Craft, Meaning and the Market

Ceramics Art and Perception - issue 32, 1998, Dartington.

An Artist’s Guide to the Ceramics Museums of Europe. Artist’s Travel Guides, 1999

1999 Sydney Myer Fund International Ceramics Award. A Commentary

The Fin, Australian Financial Review May 12,1999. In History’s Firing Line.

Ceramics Technical – issue 11, 2000, Contemporary Maiolica in Toronto

Ceramics Technical – issue 12, 2001, Ichon Ceramics Festival, South Korea

Publications including work by Alexandra Copeland

The New Maiolica: Contemporary Approaches to Colour and Technique. Matthias Ostermann.
A & C Black (London, UK), University of Pennsylvania Press (Philadelphia, USA) and Allen and Unwin Pty Ltd., (Sydney, Australia). 1999

The Ceramic Narrative. Matthias Ostermann.  A&C Black (London, UK), University of Pennsylvania Press (Philadelphia, USA) and Allen and Unwin Pty Ltd., (Sydney, Australia). 2006

Masters: Earthenware. Matthias Osterman. Lark Books, New York, 2010

World of Interiors. November, 2010


Shepparton Art Gallery Sidney Myer Fund Award, 1992,  judge  Gwyn Hansen-Pigott.

Australia Council for the Arts Artist's Development Grant, 1992.

Eugene Kupsch Award for Ceramics,  Mornington Peninsula, 1994, judge Kenneth Hood.

14th Biennial of Ceramic Art, Spiez, Switzerland, Third Prize, 1994.