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Jennifer D’Arcy has been making art from an early age. She studied drawing, painting and sculpture at Monash University and is a graduate of Melbourne University Victorian College of the Arts (Bachelor of Fine Arts Hons). Based in Australia, D’Arcy works across multiple disciplines including drawing, painting, sculpture and installation to produce diverse themes of work that are united by bold expressive colour.


For D’Arcy, art is the freedom to create a visual language using a medium and technique that reflects the complexity of the subject matter. By creating stylised, neon saturated fictional scenes that act as a visual trap, D’Arcy’s creative pursuit is to encourage the viewer to enter into a world that is more truthful.


D’Arcy has exhibited in Melbourne and Sydney. She was a finalist in the prestigious Salon Des Refuses exhibition in 2012 and is a founding and continuing member of the Melbourne based art group EP Collective. Her work is held in a number of public and private collections both nationally and internationally.


Academic Details

2019:                     Extended Practice: Victorian College of the Arts

2003 – 2007:       Bachelor of Midwifery: Monash

1995 – 1998:         Bachelor of Fine Art – Painting

                              Melbourne University: Victorian College of the Arts.

1993 – 1994:         Bachelor of Fine Art – Painting

                              Monash University: Caulfield.


Professional Details

Present:                 Midwifery Clinical Placement Educator

Clinical Lecturer:   University Hospital of Geelong

                               Royal Australian and New Zealand College of

                               Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Clinical Lecturer:   Deakin University: Waterfront Campus Geelong


Exhibition Details



2021        EP Collective group exhibition, Red Gallery, Melbourne

2021        Linden Postcard Show, Linden Gallery, St Kilda, Melbourne

2021        Re_, Red Gallery, Melbourne

2020       My Still Life, No Vacancy, Melbourne

2019        Visual Art s Short Courses Exhibition, VCA Melbourne

2015        Celebrating Birth, The Birth House Geelong

2013        The Hidden Faces of the Archibald Exhibition, Hilton South Wharf

2012        Salon des Refuses S H Ervin Gallery, Sydney



Works held in public and private collections in Melbourne, Sydney, Vancouver and New Zealand.

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