Ronelle Reid
- RonelleReid - Joined 10/03/2023
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Ronelle Reid
Biographical Info
Ronelle Reid is a contemporary wildlife artist who lives and works on a property in Logan. She has been fascinated with nature from a young age and found her passion for wildlife after working for many years in Animal Welfare. She has been the artist in residence for Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Save the Bilby Fund in Queensland, Devils@Cradle in Tasmania and Remember the Wild in Victoria. Her work has been included in the John Villiers Outback Artprize, The Gallipoli Art Prize, Clayton Utz Art Prize, and is held in collections in The USA, UK, New Zealand and Australia Her style is a combination of colourful, naturalist work, with quirky compositions that pair species that don’t coexist or share habitats. In doing so, she draws attention to the interconnectedness between species and invites viewers to see how they are being forced to adapt in rapidly changing ecosystems or risk extinction.
Art form
Visual Arts
Inside Logan
Awards & Accolades
2023 Winner Logan Emerging Artist
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Creative collaboration, Group exhibition, Public art projects, Residencies, Speaking, Workshops
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