I’m exceptionally thrilled to announce I have won the Aboriginal Artist section at the Blacktown Art Awards 2017 with my painting Dad’s Country. Acrylic and Collage 100 x 140 cm.
I’m very pleased to announce I was Winner of Highly Commended at the 6 Seasons Noongar Bunbury Art Awards 2017 for my painting “Tidal”. Collage 90 x 120 cm.
A montage of my paintings put to an original song by artist “Random Chance” regarding the struggles of Indigenous Australians.
Click on link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E30UGmvVhSc&feature=youtu.be
I was Awarded a Highly Commended for my painting “Stripping the Land” at the Belmont Art Awards 2015
Dale Tilbrook, owner of Maalinup Gallery and myself were thrilled to meet and host a visit to the gallery by the famous Jimmy Choo. He created his own piece of art drawing a shoe for us and signing. An absolutely lovely man, who is very humble, friendly and a pleasure to talk to.
I’m very pleased to say that I was selected as a participant in the Inaugural Art show, Salon Des Refuses, currently on show in Darwin. This show is a collection of works that were not selected for the National Telstra Indigenous Art Awards. I’m also extremely happy to say my painting “Boabs” was sold at the show. If you would like to read an article about the show just click on this link.
Naomi opened her solo show at The WA club in Perth on Tuesday 4th September 2012. The show is on for the Month of September.
Julie Bishop, Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs opened the Community Art exhibition held by Churchlands Senior High School. Naomi Grant was the guest artist with nine works on show.
Article reproduced in the Southern Gazette Community newspaper August 25th, 2009
Accepting my award from Dr Peter Cock - General Manager Corporate Risk, Perth Airport.
Photo courtesy of Belmont forum shopping centre.
Picture courtesy of the Community Newspapers Group.
Story: April 2nd, 2009 Advocate community newspaper
Naomi with her painting River Ants on display at Maalinup Gallery
Article courtesy of Oxfam Australia. For the full story click on http://www.oxfam.org.au/campaigns/climate-change/take-action/canvas/