EXHIBITIONS

Solo Exhibitions and Installation Practice

2017 GONDWANA HORIZON, Presented by Art Weaves at Gallery Manora, Bangalore, India
2014 From Both Sides Now, MU Ceramics Studio Gallery, Mosman, Sydney
2013 Overland; from the Cradle to the Lake, The Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby, Sydney
2013 Aftermath, clay installation with video installation Fantasticology Tokyo: Fault, Flesh and Flowers by Alex Kershaw, Art Gallery of NSW Contemporary Projects, Sydney
2004 Woodfire Ceramics, Mura Clay Gallery, Sydney
2004–2005 Terra Alterius: Land of Another, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Paddington then touring regional galleries; Goulburn Regional Gallery, Wollongong City Gallery, Tamworth Regional Gallery, Canberra School of Arts, Swan Hill Regional Gallery
2002 Woodfire Ceramics, Mura Clay Gallery, Sydney
2000 One Dream Too Many, installation, Mary Place Gallery, Sydney
1998 Ceramics by Barbara Campbell-Allen Paintings by Tony Tozer, Ewart Gallery, Workshop Arts Centre, Sydney
1994 Woodfired Ceramics, Porter’s Gallery, Kenthurst
1992 Blackfired Ceramics, Shopfront Gallery, Sydney

Group Exhibitions

2017 ACOS OPEN STUDIOS, Northside Clay Trail
2017 INFLAMED: IMPASSIONED Woodfiring, Makers Gallery 53 Jackson St Clayfield Qld 4011
2017WOODFIRE, Kerrie Lowe Gallery
2015 43rd Muswellbrook Art Prize, finalist, Muswellbrook, NSW
2014 Australian Woodfire Potters, Ivy Hill Gallery, Wapengo, NSW
2012 Woodfire 2012 Masters of the Art of Woodfire. Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney
2011 The Narrative Knot, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney
2011 Flash with Ash, Ewart Gallery, Sydney
2011 The Art of Woodfire, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne
2011 Woodfire – Masters of the Woodfire Art, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney
2011 Inside Woodfire- Fifty Australian Stories, Gallery 9, Deloraine, Woodfire Tasmania
2010 Wood Energy@139, Clay Energy, Gulgong
2010 The Art of Wood Fire Ceramics of the 21st century, Front Room Gallery,
2009 Barbara Campbell-Allen & Kwirak Choung, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne
2009 One Step Backwards, Two Steps Forward, Maestro Gallery, Sydney
2008 Sculpture in the Vineyards, Wollombi Valley Wine Trail
2008 Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award 2008, Gold Coast City Gallery, Gold Coast City
2008 Australian Woodfired Ceramics, Freeland Gallery, Sydney
2008 A Taste of Woodfiring, Sturt, Mittagong
2008 Sculpture by the Brook, Kurrajong Heights
2007 Fireworks with Judy, Clay Edge, Gulgong
2007 Slowtime – Barbara Campbell-Allen & Kwirak Choung, Freeland Gallery, Sydney
2006 Meet the Artists, Freeland Gallery, Sydney
2006 Encrusted, Skepsi on Swanton, Melbourne
2006 Clay Statements, NSW 09, Verge National Ceramic Conference, Brisbane
2006 20+1, An Invitational Exhibition, Beasley Gallery, Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, USA
2005 Australian Woodfire - A Survey, Watson Art Centre, Canberra
2005 Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award 2005, Gold Coast City Gallery, Gold Coast City
2004 Bowl’d and Beautiful, Ceramic Art Gallery, Sydney
2004 Sidney Myer Fund International Ceramics Award, Shepparton Art Gallery, Shepparton
2004 Out of Ana, Clay Modern, Gulgong
2003 Ceramics – The Australian & New Zealand Context, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, Sydney
2003 Out of Earth Symposium, Ewart Gallery, Sydney
2003 The Rye Crop, Mura Clay Gallery, Sydney
2003 Scales of Grey, Xzhibit Gallery, Sydney
2002 Obscure Origins, Ewart Gallery, Sydney
2000 The Millennium Platter Exhibition, The Ceramic Art Gallery, Sydney
2000 Cerebration - Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney
1999 Presiding Officer’s Acquisitive Art Prize, Parliament House, Canberra
1999 Different Stokes International Woodfire Exhibition, The University of Iowa, Museum of Art, Iowa City
1998 Hyperblasters Exhibition, The Stables Gallery, Mudgee
1996 Australian Woodfire Survey 1996, Strathnairn Ceramics Association Inc., Canberra
1996 Sentinel, Manly Art Gallery and Museum with Potters’ Society, Australia
1996 Australian Woodfire Survey 1996, Straithnairn Ceramics association Inc. Canberra
1993 Club Le Pot, Seasons Gallery, North Sydney,
1988 Ceramics, Workshop Arts Centre