Tenar Dwyer

Tenar Dwyer’s art practice focuses on the familiar and everyday, aiming to elevate the ordinary and mundane to evoke new meanings and establish a personal connection with the viewer.

Her current work uses familiar objects and everyday concepts to explore themes of ageing and maturity, and what it means to be a woman in the modern world.

Tenar Dwyer is a Regional Central Victorian Artist working mainly in oil painting and in a representational format.  She graduated RMIT in 2018, with a Ba Fine Arts, and was awarded the 2018 Tolarno Hotel graduate award for painting.

Group exhibitions include: one hundred faces 2022 & 2023 (Playing in the Attic); A little bit off centre 2022 (Raillery Regional Gallery); Postcards from Home 2022 (Puzzleflat Art Gallery); Winter Light II 2020 (Central Goldfields Art Gallery); Reflections from the Tiny Towns 2019; Small Works Exhibition 2019 (Cascade Art Gallery).

2019 – 2024 (current): Management, coordination and further development of the Tiny Towns Arts Trail, a regional, artist-run event now in its eighth year, including development of the Tiny Towns Art Trail Art Prize and the management and development of the organisational website: www.tinytownsartstrail.com.au

2022-2023 curator and manager of the former Dunolly Puzzleflat Art Gallery, with a focus on promoting regional arts and developing opportunities for local artists. Tenar was Coordinator of the 2023 Loddon Valley Arts Trail.

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