Gaynor Heading

​​​Gaynor Heading is a Sydney based artist and printmaker with an interest in political, historical and social issues, relationships, nature and endangered species. While depicting different subjects across projects her interest in layers and levels of meaning links her body of work.

BIOGRAPHY
2016                 Established Lyrebird Arts Community
                             Established “Lyrebird Art Trail and Open Studios”
2013-2016   Studied under Australian Master Printmakers 
2016                 Introduction to Linocut Workshop, Lyrebird Arts Community
2015                 Established "Pressed Print Studio" in Sydney
2014                 Encaustic Workshop, HETI, NSW Health
2002                 Art in Health Workshop, PHCRED Conference, University of Newcastle
1996                 Cover art work, Imagining Newcastle: Proceedings Imaging Newcastle
                             Symposium
, University of Newcastle
1996                 Cover art work, Conference-Ville Newcastle: Proceedings Conference-Ville
                             Symposium
, University of Newcastle
1995-2000   Manager, Hunter Urban Division of General Practice Annual Art  
                             Acquisition Prize
1988                 Winner, Logo design, Australian Anthropological Society 
1980-1985   Freelance commercial artist

RECENT EXHIBITIONS
2017                Lindfield Art Show and Fair
2016                Lyrebird Open Studios and Art Trail
2016                Finalist, Hornsby Art Prize, Dog Wrap (etching) Hornsby
                            City Council, Hornsby

2015                Group Exhibition, Hornsby Printmakers, Northern Sydney Institute
2015                Finalist, Hornsby Art Prize, A Matter of Time: Regent Honey Eater (linocut),  
                            Hornsby City Council, Hornsby
 
Cofounder of Lyrebird Arts Community
Connecting visual artists with the community.  Open studies and art trail, art workshops and networking.  Find out more by visiting the Lyrebird Arts Community website:

                                                       lyrebirdartscommunity.weebly.com