Jeffery Mincham AM

Fellow of the Royal South Australian Society of Arts

Jeff Mincham has been a widely acknowledged and highly significant figure in Australian Ceramics for almost five decades. Since the time of his first solo exhibition at the Jam Factory in Adelaide in 1976, he has held over 90 solo exhibitions across all Australian states and has exhibited widely internationally. His work has been included in a substantial number of notable group and touring exhibitions, including his own National Touring Exhibition (2009-12) as part of the Living Treasures Program.

Jeff Mincham: On inspiration from Australian Design Centre on Vimeo.

Jeff Mincham: On scale and challenges from Australian Design Centre on Vimeo.

The extensive range of his work over his long career can be traced throughout almost 100 public and private collections that hold his works. These include the National Gallery of Australia, all Australian State Art Galleries, many regional galleries, as well as important overseas collections in the USA, UK, South-East Asia and New Zealand.

Working from his studio at Cherryville in the Adelaide Hills, his work has varied greatly in scope and scale over his career however the landscape has been a dominant theme for the last 25 years. Mincham has been the recipient of many awards and prizes spanning his long career. He is also referenced in many publications, and had a monograph published about his work in 2009. His work continues to engage a significant audience with its energy, vitality and unique approach.

Awarded Membership of the Order of Australia in 2011, he continues to make significant contributions to the leadership of a range of arts and culturally-related public and professional organisations.

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