Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart
Between Fire and Flood
Devonport Regional Gallery
Opening September 02, 2017
Intervals of Distance
Bett Gallery July 01 to July 17, 2017
the notes: recent work by Troy Ruffels
James Makin Gallery
AUGUST 21 - SEPTEMBER 14 2014
It Is Not It That We See
Curated by Liam James
SAWTOOTH ARI, Launceston TAS, exhibition continues until July 26 2014
Works by: Pat Brassington, Christl Berg, Troy Ruffels, Mish Meijers, Jennifer Dickens, Nicole Robson, Simon Cuthbert, Annika Koops, Laura Hindmarsh, Sean Fennessy, Lou Conboy, Kate Kirby, Aiden Morse, Felix Wilson, Kieran Sullivan, Nik Lee and Johnathon Ainslie (TAS)
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery recently acquired a suite of 6 works for their permanent collection, Including, Cider Gum, Graces Road and Pyre.
Now Showing: Land, Celia Lendis Galleries, UK
Tundra - Back Space - Bett Gallery - Hobart - Opening April 04 2014
The main gallery space will be exhibiting a beautiful new suite of work by Tasmanian Painter Richard Wastell.
The University of Tasmania recently acquired a suite of recent works for their collection.
Troy was a recipient of a New Work Grant from Arts Tasmania, for his upcoming exhibition
'Luminious Things' at Celia Lendis Contemporary UK later in the year.
Tasmanian Landscape: Academy Gallery, Launceston / Continues until March 14th
Artists: Margo Baird, Felix Blackman, Lorene Bourffard, Matthew Carey, Scott Cunningham, Jennifer Dickens, Lola Greeno, Patrick Grieve, Susan Henderson, Michael Kay, David Keeling, Philip Kuruvita, Kim Lehman, Penny Mason, Ben Miller, Tamas Oszvald, Troy Ruffels, Melissa Smith, Paul Snell, Danielle Thompson, Megan Walch, Helene Weeding, Philip Wolfhagen
Tasmanian artists provide insights into the unique set of historical and social forces that have shaped the island’s present identity and continue to influence its future. Tasmanian Landscape will exhibit a diversity of creative exploration specific to the unique environment of Australia's only island state. Within our contemporary sensibility the natural ethos encompasses many and numerous variables. Tasmanian Landscape will give creative expression to these differences by sculpture, painting, photography and installation.
Tasmanian Landscape is exhibited in partnership with the The Travelling/Writing Tasmania Symposium 2014 to be hosted in collaboration by Colonialism and its Aftermath (CAIA) research centre (UTAS), and the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL).
Expose: S.P.A.C.E Gallery Launceston / Continues until MARCH 7th
Troy Ruffels was selected as a finalist in the Hutchins Work on Paper Art Prize, to be held in Hobart in October 2013.
Cinder - Solo Exhibition, James Makin Gallery, Melbourne, VIC June 13, 2013
TR4, LARQ Queenstown
Opening March 20 2013
Sea - Troy Ruffels, Michael Schlitz and Richard Wastell
Sawtooth ARI, Opening March 8th @ 6pm
Tasmania Today, Academy Gallery Launceston
Opening March 20th
Domain House: a contested landscape
Opening March 15th @ 5:30
Proof: A group exhibition of Contemporary Photography and Digital Printmaking
ARTISTS: Tamara Dean, Milan Milojevic, Sophia Szilagyi, Troy Ruffels
November 1 - 24. James Makin Gallery. Melbourne. Victoria
Installation image: Cicada
Etudes - Paintings by Troy Ruffels, SAWTOOTH ARI, Launceston, SEPTEMBER 07 - SEPTEMBER 29 2012
Cicada, ACADEMY GALLERY, University of Tasmania, Launceston SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 12
Recent Work by Troy Ruffels, James Makin Gallery, Melbourne AUGUST 07 - AUGUST 24 2012
Life - Bett Gallery Hobart, Tasmania JULY 6 - AUGUST 4 2012
Bramble, CELIA LENDIS CONTEMPORARY, UK APRIL 21 2012 - May 31
-41 24' 33" - Piomeda Art Gallery, LCG, Tasmania MAY 04 - MAY 25 2012
New Art From Tasmania
Flood, Bett Gallery Hobart, Backspace
Exhibition Opens at 5pm Saturday December 10 and continues until January 02 2012
Flood comprises a selection of works from 3 suites created during 2011.
Bramble series, Flood series, and The Pyres. See main link on home page for preview of selected works.
Flood #7, 2011
BETT GALLERY HOBART
369 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart
Tasmania, Australia, 7000
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FUNDING
Troy recently recieved funding from the Australia Council to develop a body of work exploring how the conventions of configuring time within a cinematic tradition can be adapted and reconfigured to extend pictorial space. New Work Grant - Established Category, Australia Council for the Arts, 2011.
Troy currently has work on display as part of Van Diemens Land: Tasmanian Art in the UK from July 16 - September 15 @ Celia Lendis Contemporary. Other participating artists include: Raymond Arnold, Tim Burns, Barbie Kjar, John Lendis, Sue Lovegrove, Anne Morrison, and Martin Walch.
JUNE 25 - JULY 17 2011
Selected images from the Faultline series are currently on display at the Devonport Regional Gallery as part of: Before the Move: works from the permananet collection. June 25 - July 17 2011.
8th JULY - 24th JULY 2011
Bramble is on display at the Academy Gallery, Launceston as part of The ESK Collection exhibition.
Flood #1 was selected for the Prometheus Visual Art Award Exhibition, and will be on display in Merrimac, QLD from May 27 - June 1 as part of the annual exhibition. For more information: www.prometheusartaward.com.au
Ruffel's recent Flood studies were exhibited at both the Plimsoll and Academy Gallery as part of the River Effects: the waterways of Tasmania, curated by Noel Frankam and Malcom Bywaters
Participating Artists : Raymond Arnold, Julie Gough, Leigh Hobba, Donald Lawrence, Geoff Parr, Kevin Perkins, Megan Perkins, Troy Ruffels, Marie Sierra, David Stephenson, Travis Tiddy, Martin Walch and Catherine Woo.
Installation Image: Flood Series 2011
Academy Gallery, University of Tasmania
A selection of artist proofs from Ruffels' Bramble series were exhibited in Panoply, the inaugral opening exhibition of SAWTOOTH ARI in Launceston.
A selection of works from Ruffels' Faultline series was exhibited in MAP curated by Jennifer Dickens, at SPACE Gallery, Launceston.
Other participating artists included: Christl Berg, Ruth Frost, and Evan Starkey