Malcolm grew up and was educated in South Australia. He had five years of formal art training prior to entering University. He graduated from UniSA in 1989, and began work in 1990 as a sole trader in the graphic design industry. Malcolm’s views of painting have led him to coining the phrase, Membrane Art — a practice of allowing the surface geometry to play a role in creating distinctive expression and unfolding events.
2016 South Australian Museum: Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize
2016 National Archives of Australia, Canberra (SA Museum)
2016 The Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus) Future Space Gallery
2015 Angas Travel (Energy Travels SALA)
2015 Brick + Mortar Gallery
2014 The Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus) Future Space Gallery
2014 South Australian Museum: Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize
2014 Gallery 1855
2014 Adelaide Convention Centre (Centre ArtBeat)
2014 Hughes Gallery
2014 Campbelltown Function Centre
2014 Pepper Street Art Centre
2013 Prospect Gallery
2013 Tidswell Wines
2012 Barossa Living Gallery
2012 Dare Hair (Hyde Park)
2011 Red Opus Art Space
2009 Stephen Sinclair Gallery
2016 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize: Finalist and Highly Commended
2014 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize: Finalist and Highly Commended
2011 South Australian Living Artist (SALA), Finalist
City Square Rei, Hong Kong
Private residence, Hong Kong
Numerous private and corporate collections in Australia.
1986-89: Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication), University of South Australia.
Born: Adelaide, South Australia, 1968
Languages: English, Sign language (Auslan)
Skills, interest and activities
Malcolm enjoys problem solving, oil painting, designing type characters, gardening, cycling and playing team sports. He has played football (aka soccer) for over 30 years, including several years in the South Australian 1st Division. He’s an active member for Trees For Life and enjoys spending time with his young family.
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