Paul Uhlmann works across painting, drawing and artists’ books to create work which focuses on the forming and deforming image, in relation to place, process impermanence and embodiment.View cv
Paul Uhlmann graduated with a BA (Visual Arts) from the Canberra School of Art in 1983 and was awarded a DAAD scholarship to study printmaking in Germany soon after. Further studies at the Australian National University (ANU) saw him graduate with a MA (Visual Arts) and be awarded an International Samstag Scholarship in 1994 to study painting in Holland. He completed a PhD at RMIT in 2012 and has lectured in Visual Art at ANU, Monash University and is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University.
Paul works across painting, drawing and artists’ books to create work which focuses on the forming and deforming image, in relation to place, process impermanence and embodiment. His work is held in respected institutions and corporate collections nationally such as the National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australian National Library, Australian National University, The University of Western Australia, Monash University, Artbank, and Wesfarmers.