Fiona McMonagle

2017

Fiona McMonagle Bored, 2017
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Fiona McMonagle Bored, 2017, oil on linen, 70 x 60 cm, $4,000 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Mick, 2017
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Fiona McMonagle Mick, 2017, oil on linen, 46 x 41 cm, $3,000 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Competition, 2017
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Fiona McMonagle Competition, 2017, oil on linen, 123.5 x 80.5 cm, $6,500 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Wingmen, 2017
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Fiona McMonagle Wingmen, 2017, oil on linen, 83.5 x 105.5 cm, $6,000 incl. GST
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Video Easy

Fiona McMonagle One hundred days at 7pm, 2015

Fiona McMonagle One hundred days at 7pm, 2015, single channel video animation, duration 00:00:16 min, infinite loop, edition of 3 + 2 AP, animator and videographer: Declan McMonagle,

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Fair Go

Fiona McMonagle Chicken dance, 2015
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Fiona McMonagle Chicken dance, 2015, watercolour, gouache and ink on paper, 115.5 x 95 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Cat girl, 2015
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Fiona McMonagle Cat girl, 2015, watercolour, gouache and ink on paper, 112 x 60 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Chameleon, 2015
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Fiona McMonagle Chameleon, 2015, watercolour, gouache and ink on paper, 90 x 60 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Columbiformes, 2015
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Fiona McMonagle Columbiformes, 2015, watercolour, gouache and ink on paper, 57 x 70 cm
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2016

Fiona McMonagle The Huddle, 2016

Fiona McMonagle The Huddle, 2016

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2013

Fiona McMonagle Sisterly love, 2013
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Fiona McMonagle Sisterly love, 2013, watercolour and ink on paper, 126 x 81cm
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2011

Fiona McMonagle AKA #1, 2011
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #1, 2011, watercolour and gouache on paper, 51 x 70 cm
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #4, 2011
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #4, 2011, watercolour and gouache on paper, 51 x 70 cm
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #5, 2011
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #5, 2011, watercolour and gouache on paper, 51 x 70 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Shae and Frank, 2010–11
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Fiona McMonagle Shae and Frank, 2010–11, watercolour and gouache on paper, 114 x 90 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Teena and Angelo, 2010-11
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Fiona McMonagle Teena and Angelo, 2010-11, watercolour and gouache on paper, 114 x 90 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Lady in waiting, 2011
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Fiona McMonagle Lady in waiting, 2011, watercolour on paper, 110 x 90cm, $6,500 incl. GST
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2010

Fiona McMonagle Every second Saturday, 2010
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Fiona McMonagle Every second Saturday, 2010, watercolour and gouache on paper, 182 x 95 cm
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2009

Fiona McMonagle Amanda, 2009
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Fiona McMonagle Amanda, 2009, watercolour and gouache on paper, 180 x 57 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Chris, 2009
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Fiona McMonagle Chris, 2009, watercolour and gouache on paper, 180 x 57 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Bored, 2017
$4,000 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Bored, 2017, oil on linen, 70 x 60 cm, $4,000 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Mick, 2017
$3,000 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Mick, 2017, oil on linen, 46 x 41 cm, $3,000 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Competition, 2017
$6,500 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Competition, 2017, oil on linen, 123.5 x 80.5 cm, $6,500 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Wingmen, 2017
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Fiona McMonagle Wingmen, 2017, oil on linen, 83.5 x 105.5 cm, $6,000 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Columbiformes, 2015
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Fiona McMonagle Columbiformes, 2015, watercolour, gouache and ink on paper, 57 x 70 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Sisterly love, 2013
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Fiona McMonagle Sisterly love, 2013, watercolour and ink on paper, 126 x 81cm
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #1, 2011
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #1, 2011, watercolour and gouache on paper, 51 x 70 cm
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #4, 2011
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #4, 2011, watercolour and gouache on paper, 51 x 70 cm
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #5, 2011
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Fiona McMonagle AKA #5, 2011, watercolour and gouache on paper, 51 x 70 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Shae and Frank, 2010–11
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Fiona McMonagle Shae and Frank, 2010–11, watercolour and gouache on paper, 114 x 90 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Teena and Angelo, 2010-11
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Fiona McMonagle Teena and Angelo, 2010-11, watercolour and gouache on paper, 114 x 90 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Lady in waiting, 2011
$6,500 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Lady in waiting, 2011, watercolour on paper, 110 x 90cm, $6,500 incl. GST
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Fiona McMonagle Every second Saturday, 2010
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Fiona McMonagle Every second Saturday, 2010, watercolour and gouache on paper, 182 x 95 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Amanda, 2009
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Fiona McMonagle Amanda, 2009, watercolour and gouache on paper, 180 x 57 cm
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Fiona McMonagle Chris, 2009
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Fiona McMonagle Chris, 2009, watercolour and gouache on paper, 180 x 57 cm
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Melbourne-based artist Fiona McMonagle is well known for her watercolours that belie her darker references to pedestrian life in the suburbs. Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting), McMonagle has exhibited extensively throughout Australia, both in highly successful solo exhibitions as well as curated group shows. Her most recent solo exhibition was a survey show at La Trobe University Museum of Art (LUMA) entitled Do I Look Like I Care (2016) curated by Dr. Vincent Alessi.

In 2015 McMonagle was the winner of UQ Art Museum's National Self-Portrait Prize and in 2016, she was included in the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object at the Art Gallery of South Australia. She has also been a recent finalist in both the Basil Sellers Art Prize (2016, 2014) and Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery’s National Works on Paper Prize (2016). Her work is held in numerous public collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Monash Univeristy Museum of Art, Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, Artbank and Maitland Regional Art Gallery.

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Fiona McMonagle in Art Collector

Fiona McMonagle features in the current issue of Art Collector. In the publication's '50 Things Collectors Need to Know' annual feature, McMonagle is recognised as an artist attracting curatorial attention. McMonagle's works, including watercolours described by Ashley Crawford as 'rendered with a strange nostalgia and subjects that come to life', were included in the 2016 Adelaide Biennial, Magic Object

For further details, please click here.


Fiona McMonagle selected as a finalist in the Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize in Landsc

Fiona McMonagle has been selected as a finalist in the Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize in Landscape Painting, with her work, The park at the end of my road, 2016 (pictured).

The triennial art prize airms to celebrate excellence and innovation in the watercolour medium.

 For further details, please click here.


Fiona McMonagle at the National Portrait Gallery

Paintings by Fiona McMonagle are included in the upcoming exhibition The Popular Pet Show at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra.

Curated by Sarah Engledow, the exhibition features contemporary works from Australian artists Nicholas Harding, Lucy Culliton, Darren McDonald, Anna Culliton, Fiona McMonagle, Ken Done, Noel McKenna, Graeme Drendel, Robyn Sweaney, Kristin Headlam and more.

The Popular Pet Show opens on Friday 4 November 2016 and runs until Monday 13 March 2017. For further information, please click here.


Fiona McMonagle in 'Luminous' at NGV

Recent watercolours by Fiona McMonagle are included in Luminous: Australian Watercolours 1900–2000, on view at the National Gallery of Victoria until 21 August 2016. For further information, please click here.


Fiona McMonagle in the Basil Sellers Prize

Fiona McMonagle has been shortlisted for the Basil Sellers Art Prize 2016, which encourages contemporary artists to engage with the many themes within sport and to contribute to a critical reflection on all forms of sport and sporting culture in Australia. 

Working predominantly with watercolour, McMonagle makes work that pays tribute to the disaffected and the working class. Her portraits often convey a sense of melancholy and nostalgia, with a unique directness that makes for a compelling encounter between subject and viewer. Her Basil Sellers work, The Huddle, 2016 (pictured) – a work which includes audio and sculpture – takes women’s soccer as its subject.

In 2014, McMonagle won the People's Choice Award for The Ring, 2014, her installation of three large-scale watercolour portraits and an animation video.

The exhibition opens on 19 July and runs until 6 November 2016.

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Fiona McMonagle in the National Works on Paper Prize

Fiona McMonagle has been selected as a finalist in the 2016 National Works on Paper Prize at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery for her work, Wonky, 2014 (pictured). The prize showcases recent works by artists working in the field of drawing, printmaking, digital prints and paper sculpture.

The exhibition opens on 16 July and runs until 11 September 2016.

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Fiona McMonagle at LUMA

Do I Look Like I Care, a solo exhibition featuring works by Fiona McMonagle, has been curated by Dr Vincent Alessi at La Trobe University Museum of Art (LUMA). 

Over the last decade Fiona McMonagle has looked towards Melbourne's western suburbs for the subjects which populate her exquisitely and delicately executed watercolours. Generic without being stereotypical, honest without being patronizing, her work explores the trials and tribulations of teenagers and family life in sometime challenging environments. This exhibition brings together works from across the last decade investigating issues of loneliness and solitude, the navigation of teenage years, family and group dynamics and notions of being an outsider or misunderstood in a suburban world.

The exhibition opens on 4 May and runs until 8 July 2016.

To view the e-catalogue, please click here.


Fiona McMonagle in the Adelaide Biennial

Fiona McMonagle has been included in the prestigious 2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Curated by Lisa Slade, the biennial exhibition opens on 27 February and runs until 15 May 2016.

For further details, please click here.

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