Jill Noble Australian, b. 1962-



1962 Born in Adelaide. Lives and works in Macedon Ranges

1980-82 South Australian School of Art

1982-84 Founding member of Roar Studios, Melbourne

1986 Travelled in Central Australia

1988-91 Lived in rural Victoria

1990-92 Artist in Residence, Noweyung Centre, Bairnsdale, Victoria

1991 Travelled in Central and Northern Australia

1992-93 Travelled Europe, U.K., Nepal and S.E. Asia

1994-95 Artist in Residence, Noweyung Centre, Bairnsdale, Victoria


Solo Exhibitions

2014 Eastgate & Holst, Melbourne

2013 Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney

2012 Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2011 Australian Galleries, Sydney

Art Images Gallery, Adelaide

2009 Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2006 Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2004 Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2002 ‘Composition and Configuration’, Australian Galleries, Melbourne

2001 ‘Wire Constructions’ Australian Galleries, Melbourne

2000 ‘Recent Paintings’ Australian Galleries, Melbourne

1999 Renard Wardell Gallery, Melbourne

Olsen Carr Art Dealers, Sydney

1997 Independent Exhibition, Richmond Studio, Melbourne

1996 ‘Recent Work’, Australian Galleries, Melbourne

Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1995 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1993 ‘Paintings of the Gippsland Lakes’, Australian Galleries, Melbourne


Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1992 Australian Galleries, Melbourne

1991 Australian Galleries, Melbourne

1990 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1988 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1987 Coventry Gallery, Sydney


Group Exhibitions

2015 The Melbourne Girls, Art Images Gallery, Adelaide

Gallery Artists, Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2014 New acquisitions City of Yarra, Richmond Town Hall, Melbourne

Newham Square Benefit, Macedon Ranges, Victoria

2013 Double Vision paintings by Jill Noble Sculpture by Tim Jones Fleurieu Exhibition at

Fox Creek McLaren Vale, South Australia

Finalist exhibition Paddington Landscape Prize, Mary Place Gallery, Sydney

2012 Roar Reviewed presented by David Deague & Crenia Cadden Armadale,


Roar Reviewed, Art Images Gallery, Adelaide

2011 The Melbourne Girls, Art Images Gallery Adelaide

2010 Directors Choice, Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2009 Directors Choice, Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

Art Images Gallery, Adelaide

2008 Directors Choice, Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

Art Images Gallery, Adelaide

2006 Directors Choice, Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2005 Directors Choice, Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2003 Directors Choice, Eastgate & Holst , Melbourne

2002 Australian Galleries, Melbourne

2001 Metro 5 ‘Roar Again’, Melbourne

2001 Tim Olsen Galleries, Sydney

1999 Linden Postcard Exhibition, Linden Gallery, Melbourne

Artists for Kids Culture Trust Exhibition and Benefit, George Gallery, Melbourne

1998 Artists for Kids Culture, George Gallery, Melbourne

Fuse- Melbourne Festival, Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne

1997 Australian Galleries, Melbourne

1997 12 Years On - Melbourne Painters at Coventry, Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1996 Obsession, New England Regional Art Museum, NSW

Kings School Art Prize, Sydney

Jeans for Genes, AGNSW, Sydney

1995 Australia Felix Arts Festival, Benalla, NSW

Coventry Diary 1995, Coventry, Sydney


Fishers Ghost Prize, Campbelltown City Gallery, NSW

1994 Chandler Coventry, Obsession, Campbelltown City Gallery touring to Gold Coast,

City Art Gallery, QLD

20 Artists Celebrating 20 Years, Coventry Gallery, Sydney & Newcastle Regional

Art Gallery, NSW

Roar Artists Ten Years On, William Mora Gallery, Melbourne

1993 Coventry, A Private Collection, Campbelltown City Gallery

Coventry Diary 1993, Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1992 Roar 82-83 (now Roar Studios, Melbourne)

Roar Studios Touring Exhibition, Heide Art Gallery, Melbourne;

Benalla Art Gallery; Shepparton Gallery and Ballarat Art Gallery, Victoria

Works for Wilderness 10 Square, Linden, Melbourne

A Group Sculpture Show, Meridian Gallery, Melbourne

Coventry Diary 1992, Coventry, Sydney

Third Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne

1991 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

Table Top Sculpture and Drawings, Australian Galleries, Melbourne

New Art Five, Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1990 66 Works, Coventry, Sydney

Indo Eco, Latrobe Valley Arts Centre Touring Exhibition, Linden, Morwell Regional

Gallery and Traralgon Regional Gallery

The Greenpeace Fund Raising Exhibition, Linden, Melbourne

Second Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne

Coventry Diary, Coventry, Sydney

1989 City Artists in Bairnsdale, Robb Street Gallery, Bairnsdale

Intimate Drawing, Coventry, Sydney

City Artists in Bairnsdale, Robb Street Gallery, Bairnsdale

1988 A New Generation 1983-88, Philip Morris Arts Grant Purchases,

Australian National Gallery, Canberra

Black and White, Coventry, Sydney

William Mora Galleries, Melbourne

Artist Made Christmas Trees, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne

Grafton Regional Gallery

New Work, Coventry, Sydney

1987 Colour II, Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1986 Rhumbarellas Gallery, Melbourne

Colour I, Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1985 The Melbourne Group, Coventry, Sydney

Raw Realities, Realities Gallery, Melbourne

Works on paper, Coventry, Sydney

1984 Melbourne Painters, Cockatoo Gallery, Launceston and Chameleon Gallery,


1983 Roar Studios, Melbourne

1982 Roar Studios, Melbourne



2011 ‘The Roar Commission’ for David Deague and Creina Cadden, Melbourne

1997 St Martins Theatre, Victoria, set design

Wattle Park, Victoria, playground paintings

1996 NSW Health Commission

Seafirst, Australia

1995 Victorian Ministry of Arts Grant Artist in Community Residency Noweyung Centre,

Bairnsdale, Victoria

1989 Art Access Grant Mural Project Noweyung Centre, Bairnsdale

Victoria Conservation Council of Victoria Water Catchment Mural

1986 Philip Morris Art Grant Australian National Gallery Restaurant



Allen Allen and Hemsley


Australian National Gallery, Canberra

B.H.P. Australia

Baillieu Myer Collection of the 1980s

Baker and McKensie

Bank of Melbourne

Bell Potter Securities, Melbourne

Campbelltown City Art Gallery, NSW


Chandler Coventry Collection

City of Yarra, Victoria

Crown, Melbourne

Fox Creek Wines, South Australia

Gaydens Ridgeway, Sydney

Health Commission

IBM Australia

Latrobe Regional Art Gallery, Victoria

Morwell Regional Art Gallery, Victoria

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, NSW


Potter Warburg Australia

Samuelson Talbot, Melbourne

Seafirst Australia

Sir William Dobell Foundation

Sly and Weigall

Tamworth City Art Gallery, NSW

University of Western Australia, Perth