UOW Art Collection

The University of Wollongong Art Collection comprises over 5000 individual works. It is predominantly a collection of Australian artworks created from the 1960s onward and includes paintings, prints, ceramics and textiles along with a number of outdoor sculptures located throughout the University grounds. Particular strengths of the Collection include works on paper and artists and works connected to the Illawarra.

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“The great problem in making art is this battle we all have between intuition and logic; one can become too logical about the work. If one could only get back to the innocence of childhood – where one doesn't think too much but simply does – then I think it would be a great deal better.” - Guy Warren

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Guy Warren standing with his artwork

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Salvatore Zofrea, 'Illawarra Flame Tree and Bowerbird', 2008, Hand coloured woodcut print.
Copyright is retained by the artist or agent and reproduced here by permission.
© Salvatore Zofrea/Copyright Agency, 2018.
No further reproductions permitted.

The Univeristy of Wollongong Art Collection is a proud member of Univeristy Art Museums Australia (UAMA).