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Kim Spooner

b. 1955

Kim Spooner studied at the University of Sydney and the Julian Ashton School, from which she gained a travel scholarship. In 1980 she won the Campbelltown Festival of Fisher's Ghost Portrait Prize, and in 1999 she won the Portia Geach Memorial Award. She has held solo exhibitions since 1993, and is a regular entrant in the Archibald and Portia Geach competitions. Her Archibald entries have included Daniel Johns (2001), Kerry O'Brien (2000) Margaret Whitlam (1998) and Barrie Kosky (1997). She is represented by Christine Abrahams Gallery in Melbourne, Helen Maxwell Gallery in Canberra and Annandale Galleries in Sydney. Her work is held by the Parliament House Art Collection and the Bendigo Art Gallery as well as private collections.

Updated 2018