2008 Diploma of Arts (Visual Arts). Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.
2011 Bachelor of Art (Fine Arts). RMIT University, Melbourne. Majored in Print Making.
2014 London Art College - Illustrating Children's Books.
2015 Exhibiting at Agora Gallery, Chelsea, New York.
Modalities of Expression Exhibition Nov 3 - Nov 24, 2015 www.Agora-Gallery.com
2015 Canterbury Primary Art Show, Melbourne.
Finalist Jackson’s Art (London) ‘Impressions of Nature’ Print Making Competition.
2012, 2013, 2014
Chatham Primary School Art Show.
Sept 2013 ‘Click’ Brunswick Street Gallery.
Feb 2013 Linden Postcard Show, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts,
St Kilda. Victoria.
Dec 2011 Red Gallery, Melbourne. ‘Resolve’ exhibition.
Apr 2011 RMIT Exchange Print Portfolio.
Mch 2011 Oak Hill Gallery, Mornington. ‘True Roots’ exhibition.
Winner of Best Exhibit.
Feb 2011 Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne.
Works On Paper 2011 Exhibition. Finalist.
2010 RMIT Exchange Print Portfolio.
RMIT University, Melbourne.
Curtin University Perth Western Australia,
Nation Art School (NAS) Sydney, SQU University Toowoomba Queensland.
2008 Highway Gallery, Melbourne. ‘Forbidden Fruit’.
Swinburne University of Technology Graduate Exhibition
‘Title Goes Here’, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne.
2007 Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.
2006 Stonehouse Gallery, Warrandyte, Victoria.
Represented by Agora Gallery, New York. www.artmine.com/artistpage/lorraine_mcinnes.aspx
Represented by Mingara Gallery, Cowes, Phillip Island.
Resident Artist Canterbury Primary School - Print Making, Digital Photography, portraiture techniques.
Resident Artist at Chatham Primary School - Print Making, Textiles, Painting, Drawing, Ceramics.
Heide Museum of Modern Art - Education, Library Conservation.
Playing bass guitar.
2011 Chatham Primary School, Melbourne. – Collection.
Reeder Fine Art, Warwick Reeder.
RMIT University, Melbourne.
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia.
Nation Art School (NAS) Sydney.
SQU University, Toowoomba, Queensland.
Former Minister for Finance, Western Australia.
Many private collections.
I enjoy observing the world around me – people watching, and turning my observations into studies of what lies beneath the face presented to the world; capturing the moment when defenses are down.
I like to make effective use of my love of color and my ability to manipulate textures. I want the viewer to be able to feel the emotion of the work and the physical power combined with subtlety and depth, to make that emotional connection come alive.
In order for me to produce an artwork, the subject must captivate me. I must be able to envisage beautiful, strong colours and shapes. I seem to be drawn to faces, hands, and eyes, both animal and human. I want the viewer to look at my work and feel the emotion of it. Once I have chosen my subject, I work fairly quickly to capture the feeling of the moment.