Troy Little

Troy Little is one of our Resident Artists who is originally from an area in northern New South Wales known as Bundjalung Country.

Troy started painting in 1999 and quickly established many local, interstate and international clients. Troy has sold art to buyuers in Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, Germany, England, Spain, USA , Florida., Washington DC, Texas, Marylands and Australia.

Troy is also planning an exhibition in Europe and Las Vegas 2011 

ARTIST PROFILE

Lives: Wynnum, Queensland, Australia

History: Troy is originally from the Northern Rivers town of Casino in New South Wales and is a member of the Bundjalung people. He started his art in 1999, designing a unique three-dot system that gives his artwork a 3-dimensional effect. Troy quickly established many local, interstate and international sales.

Troy's art has been available through the Gandangara Living Culture & Learning Centre, Liverpool NSW; Campfire Group Projects, Spring Hill; Australian Outback Gallery, Surfers Paradise; Gallery 8, Loganholme and Queensland Aboriginal Creations, Brisbane.

He has sold art to buyers in Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, Germany, England, Spain, USA - Florida, Washington DC, Texas, Marylands, and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies in Canberra. Also the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Gold Coast Hospital.

Achievements:

  • 2001 Runner-up in the Professional Section of the prestigious Robin O'Chin Art Awards.
  • 2002 Runner-up in the Professional Section of the Robin O'Chin Art Awards.
  • Entered in the Tea Tree Festival Art Awards, N.S.W and the Gold Coast City Art Awards, Qld.
  • Troy's work was selected for exhibition at both the Goodwill Games Art Exhibition in Brisbane, and at CHOGM, 2002.
  • 2004- Exhibition in Nice, France for the College of Hospitality.

Troy has also generously donated his time and expertise free-of-charge to a number of Community-based organisations, including the Queensland Museum, Warwick Womens' Softball Team, Robert Daylight Leukaemia Fund Raiser, Mirri Gimpa Women's Group and Winnam Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Corporation.

** More information available on request by phoning the Winnam Indigenous Art & Craft Gallery on 3396 8841 or the Winnam A & TSI Corp on 3396 3431.

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