Helen Lillecrapp-Fuller (1949-.) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Adelaide in 1949, Helen Lillecrap-Fuller studied extensively in Adelaide, and on travel studies to Europe, the United Kingdom and Indonesia. A multi-media artist, who often uses photographs in her collages, she has held solo exhibitions of her work since 1979. Lillecrap-Fuller is also a teacher and has worked as a graphic illustrator and artist-in-residence at several tertiary institutions in Queensland. Her work is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, several state galleries and institutional collections. Edit or add to this biography

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Untitled
Mixed media, 104.5 x 135 cm
The James Baker Collection of Contemporary Australian Art, Christies, Brisbane.
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Colour Map
Laminated collage on paper, 62 x 80.5 cm
The James Baker Collection of Contemporary Australian Art, Christies, Brisbane.
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