Learn about Benwell, Stephen

Stephen Benwell was born in 1953 in Melbourne. He studied at the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne State College. in the mid 1970's he travelled and studied in the USA and Mexico and 1984-5 he was resident in Paris at the Cite lnternationale des Arts. His first solo exhibition was at The Craft Centre, South Yarra in 1975 and since then has participated in many solo and group exhibitions. He is represented in the Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australian National Gallery, Canberra Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney National Gallery of Victoria, Newcastle City Art Gallery, NSW Queensland Art Gallery, Shepparton Art Gallery, and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart.
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Stephen Benwell (Australian, b. 1953). Queen Ware teapot, 1998 earthenware, signed 'S. Benwell ' 98'

Stephen Benwell, (b. 1953), ceramic urn, 1982 patterned in shades of pale blue and maroon, artist's signature painted to base 's Benwell 82'. Height 46 cm. Diameter 27 cm. Provenance: Corporate collection, Sydney

Stephen Benwell, (b. 1953), stoneware vase, 1985 glazed abstract pattern, artist's signature painted to side of base 'S. Benwell '85'. Height 37 cm. Diameter 33 cm. Provenance: Corporate collection, Sydney

Stephen Benwell, (b. 1953), stoneware pot blue abstract design, artist's signature to base 's Benwell 81'. Height 24 cm. Diameter 35 cm. Provenance: Corporate collection, Sydney

Stephen Benwell. Pair porcelain modernist cups. Carved animal details, painted iron patterns, painted to base of both 's Benwell', numbered 9 & 10. Height 10 cm

Stephen Benwell (born 1953), mug on stand, signed to base, 15 cm high

Stephen Benwell (born 1953), mug on legs, signed to base, 13 cm high

Stephen Benwell (born 1953), chalice, signed to base, 13 cm high

Three Stephen Benwell (born 1953), decorative pottery pieces, largest 23 cm high (3)

Stephen Benwell ceramic sculpture, modeled, as a fantastic animal with candleholders on its back, enriched with a hand painted diaper ground, signed to the base, 22 cm long

Stephen Benwell pottery teapot with four legs, hand painted with linear and geometric designs, signed to the base

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