Curiouser and curiouser...

Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass

Felicity Grabkowski embraces a range of media from charcoal and oil paint to recycled detritus; shifting from figurative to abstract terrain.


Interested in a multi-disciplinary approach, she embraces experimentation across digital and traditional mediums; underpinned by her desire to inscribe the fleeting and ephemeral.

Felicity draws upon biological and ecological details and memories to explore the correlation between identity and the natural world. Painterly explorations convey a spectrum of felt responses to an engagement with and immersion within landscape.




Bachelor of Fine Art with Honours - School of Art, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) 


2016 - 2018

Bachelor of Fine Art with Distinction - RMIT


2006 - 2009

Master of Architecture / Master of Landscape Architecture double degree - The University of Adelaide 

2004 - 2008

Study within Associate Degree in Visual Art course, Adelaide Central School of Art (evening drawing classes towards Bachelor)

Bachelor of Design Studies - The University of Adelaide         

Marble moon, 2018
Silver strokes, 2017
Studio photo
Tangled detail of Bygones be Bygones (see earlier post)..
Messy process
Pastel forest, 2016




UPCOMING: Solo exhibition, 28 Feb-15 March, Entangled, Neon Parlour, Melbourne


Group exhibition: Flesh, No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne CBD

Group exhibition: 'Seen & Heard', RMIT Sustainability Space, Melbourne CBD

Group exhibition: 'Portrait', Brunswick St Gallery, Brunswick

Solo exhibition: 'Undulations', Arts Centre, Warburton, Victoria


Hoot Review literary magazine (online), Issue 62, USA (July 2017) - artwork accompanying poem, 'Nothing of Consequence' by Rosemary Jones


Solo exhibition: 'Feathered Femmes', End of the Line Festival, Sooki Lounge, Belgrave, Victoria

RAW Canberra – Merge showcase, ACT 



Finalist, Inaugural Adelaide Parklands Art Prize, Festival Centre, South Australia



Our Garden Suburb exhibition, M16 Artspace, Canberra, ACT

In Our Nature exhibition, Kaori Gallery, Canberra City Framing Gallery, ACT (in collaboration with Gemma Bonshek Kane (ceramicist) 


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