Australian Artist

Christine Hingston

Christine Hingston obtained her diploma in Fine Arts in 1974 from the Claremont College of Fine Arts, Western Australia. She worked as a Director, head designer and fabric selector of clothing business, Ochre Design – Australia, which she started in 1984. Ochre Design Australia grew to become a national selling label under her leadership. However, in 1998, Christine decided to close the business to pursue her passion as a full-time painter. Christine has held many solo exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions in Western Australia, Bali and the Art Apart Fair in Singapore. Her artworks are represented in private and corporate collections in Australia and overseas.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
1999 “A Room of My Own”, Mundaring Gallery, Perth Western Australia.
2000 Solo exhibition at The Packing Shed Gallery, Perth, Western Australia.
2001 Solo exhibition at The Packing Shed Gallery, Perth, Western Australia.
2002 Solo Exhibition at Kalgoorlie Gallery, the Sandalford Winery, and at The Blue Duck Café.
2003 “Red Beach”, Gullotti Gallery, Perth Western Australia.
2005 “At Play”, Monart Gallery in May, Perth, Western Australia.
2007 Solo exhibition, Emporium Gallery, Brisbane and at artists studio, Mundaring.
2007 “Sapphire Hills”, at Margaret River Gallery in October, Western Australia.
2008 “Ubud Time”, Monart Studio and Gallery, Dalkeith Western Australia.
2009 “Sunkissed”,  Fusion Gallery, Mandurah, Western Australia.
2011 “Magpie Song”, Gallows Gallery, Mosman Park Western Australia.
2012 “The Swahili Coast”, Gallows Gallery, Mosman Park, Western Austrailia.
2013 “Six Months in Ubud”, Ubud, Bali.

AWARDS
2008 Finalist, Black Swan Prize for Portraiture. Perth Town Hall.
2011 Winner of the Town of Melville Art Prize.
2012 Finalist, 2012 Black Swan Portrait Prize for Jess, Pilbara Girl.
2015 Winner of the Wanneroo Painting Prize, Perth Western Australia.

Cat Nap (2018)
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 92cm

Dog Day Afternoon (2018)
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 122cm

It Takes A Village (2018)
Oil & acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 122cm