Rona Green

Born and raised in the port city of Geelong, Australia, Rona went on to study art at La Trobe University in Bendigo and Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. Most recently she completed a Master of Fine Art degree in 2012 at Monash University.

Rona Green’s fantastical figurative prints, poppets, paintings and drawings explore ideas about identity.

Specifically, her interest is in the potential of the body to be a vehicle for story by means of transformative devices, particularly anthropomorphism and body decoration. The hybrid characters she creates are loners, misfits and outcasts who bear the marks and scars of past experience. Through them she champions idiosyncrasy and individuality.

 

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Title: The Zulu
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Title: Curl
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Title: Brett
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Title: Latti
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Title: Lady
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Title: Tomas
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Title: B.B.
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Title: Scratch
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Title: Cheeky Clive
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Title: Nastja
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Title: Pascal
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Title: Ugo
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Title: Van Gerven
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Title: Damarques
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Title: Jersey
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Title: Olivier
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Title: McGoohan
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Title: Lovely George