Philip John James O' Sullivan is a modern-day painter who presently lives in New Zealand. He is mainly involved in abstract paintings
. He combines geometry with expression and does large abstract minimalist watercolors in acrylic and water media. He has done a degree from the Canterbury School of Fine Arts and has studied about film studies also.
The main subjects of his works are abstract expressionism, Contemporary oceanic art and Bauhas. Philip John James O' Sullivan uses very bright colors in his works. He has received many awards and special grants for his works like the QE II Arts Council, Creative Project Grant and the QE II Arts Council, Major Project Grant.
Philip John James O' Sullivan has also participated in solo and group exhibitions at various galleries and museums of Auckland and Wellington. He has been exhibiting since 1972. His first exhibition of abstract art was with Milan Mrkusich at New Vision Gallery, Auckland. His works along with his artistic statements have been published in various magazines.
Well-known Works of Philip John James O' Sullivan
The works of Philip John James O' Sullivan are kept as collections in Auckland City Art Gallery, National Art Gallery, Wellington, Waikato Art Museum, Hamilton and at other places. Some of the famous paintings of Philip John James O' Sullivan are Acrylic Vertex, Dunedin Harbour, Ocean Sky, Large Piha Waves, Kapiti Coast, Waihi Beach Dunes among many others. There is an online gallery also where one can view his works.
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