Shy at first
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Shy at first

Painting medium: Oil paint

Frame: American


Gallery: Palma Arte

Ships from: Italy

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About the artwork
oil on canvas


Medium Oil paint
Framed? Yes
Frame Type American
Subjects Human Figure,
Style Surrealist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 25 X 25 X 5 X cm

About Janine Daddo

Australian artist Janine Daddo was born in 1961. Janine graduated from Graphic Art and Design at RMIT in 1981, before embarking on a successful career in advertising. This was a career which gave a great many awards and rewards that are strongly evident in her colourful work.

Select exhibitions include; 2011 “Fall In Love With Life”, Manyung Gallery, Mount Eliza, 2010 Atlas Gallery, Chicago, 2010 Art Images, Adelaide, 2010 Manyung Gallery Melbourne, 2009 Glenferrie Road Contemporary Art, Malvern, 2008 Manyung Gallery, Melbourne Art Show, Art Sydney and Art Brisbane, Art Gallery Collections, Gold Coast, 2007 Manyung Gallery, Melbourne Art Show, Art Sydney, 2007 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney, 2006 Melbourne Affordable Art Show, Art Sydney, and Manyung Gallery – all sold out. Solo show at Gullotti Gallery, Perth Solo show at Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney, 2005 Solo shows at Gallery Philip Neville, Darwin, and Manyung Gallery – both sold out, 2004 Group exhibitions, including Melbourne and Sydney Affordable Art Fairs. Manyung Gallery solo show sold out 2003 Group exhibitions. April, solo at Manyung Gallery 2002 December, first solo show, Manyung Gallery – sold out 2002 Group exhibitions at Oakhill Gallery.

Daddo's honours and awards include; 2004 Frankston High School, ‘Best Contemporary Work’, 2003 Kunyung Arts Festival, ‘Best Acrylic/Oil on Show’ Collections and Commissions.

Her work is held in private collections in Melbourne Sydney Perth Chicago Hong Kong Israel, London, Los Angeles, New York and Singapore.

Publications include; Michelle Hamer, ‘How it feels to be a famous artist’, The Age, Melbourne, January 17, 2008.