Luke Sciberras

Over the last 20 years Luke Sciberras has travelled through and
painted the central desert of Australia, the New South Wales
outback, the Mornington Peninsula, the Kimberley coast, Gallipoli,
China, France, Belgium and Italy. Sciberras focuses on the stories
of each landscape, especially those told by Indigenous peoples.
With an extensive list of solo exhibitions at public and commercial
galleries, his work is held in collections internationally. Major works
are held in regional galleries in Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Bathurst,
Orange and Penrith, the Balnaves Foundation and Parliament
House, Canberra. Sciberras is represented by King Street Gallery on
William, Sydney and Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne.

“The place was like a walled ‘city of art’ and I felt a tremendous confidence instilled in us in a way I’d never felt before.”

b. 1975, Sydney / lives and works in Hill End NSW

ESTC/NAS student, 1994–1997

The Road from Momba, 2017, oil on
board, 120 × 160 cm. Gift of Luke
Sciberras, 2018

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