Gillie & Marc Schattner

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Gillie & Marc  Schattner Hip Rabbit Black
Hip Rabbit Black
Fibreglass
edition 9/100
85 x 31 x 56 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner He Played like he was Keith Richards
He Played like he was Keith Richards
bronze
3/20
32 x 23 x 31 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Hip Dog Red
Hip Dog Red
Fibreglass
edition 9/100
66 x 44 x 53 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Hip Dog White
Hip Dog White
Fibreglass
edition 4/100
66 x 44 x 53 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner She Played the songs that made her happy
She Played the songs that made her happy
bronze
8/20
39 x 20 x 31 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner They Were Happy Hippo Riders (Blue Patina)
They Were Happy Hippo Riders (Blue Patina)
bronze with patina
10/30
36.5 x 38 x 17 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner They wondered if it could get any better
They wondered if it could get any better
acrylic on canvas
122 x 91 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner
Evergreen Dog
fibreglass, acrylic grass
66 x 44 x 53 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Evergreen Rabbit
Evergreen Rabbit
fibreglass, acrylic grass
66 x 31 x 56 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner pink base with orange yellow and blue splash
Splash Pop Lost Dog
Fibreglass
67 x 61 x 61 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner blue green orange patina - 3 budgies on a rope
Three is Never a Crowd
bronze with patina
9/30
24 x 52 x 35 cm
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Big Boy
Big Boy II
Fibreglass
155 x 103 x 108 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Gillie and Marc Schattner
Big Girl II
fibreglass & 2 pack paint
191 x 68 x 111 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Diamond Dog (White)
Diamond Dog (White)
Fibreglass
edition 10/100
66 x 44 x 53 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Hippo on a ball (Blue Patina)
He Loved Balancing on the Circus Ball
bronze with patina
4/15
39 x 44 x 19 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Hip Dog Black
Hip Dog Black
Fibreglass
edition 5/100
66 x 44 x 53 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Hip Rabbit Red
Hip Rabbit Red
Fibreglass
edition 10/100
85 x 31 x 56 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner Hip Rabbit White
Hip Rabbit White
Fibreglass
edition 12/100
85 x 31 x 56 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner red with large spots of blue and yellow
Splash Pop Lost Dog
Fibreglass
67 x 61 x 61 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner drips of red yellow blue
Splash Pop Lost Rabbit
Fibreglass
85 x 31 x 56 cm
SOLD
Gillie & Marc  Schattner They Were Happy Hippo Riders (Blue Patina)
They Were Happy Hippo Riders (Blue Patina)
bronze with patina
15/30
36.5 x 38 x 17 cm
SOLD

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Gillie & Marc  Schattner

Gillie & Marc Schattner

Gillie & Marc Schattner Biography

With a 20 year history of collaboration, Gillie and Marc’s works have received acclaim worldwide and are held in collections both nationally and internationally.

As husband and wife, Gillie and Marc collaborate to create art as one, applying the iconic imagery of the dog/human hybrid to celebrate the powerful spiritual relationship that exists between man and animal.

Gillie and Marc reference their own remarkable love story in their works, perpetuating a pursuit of happiness and encouraging us to challenge the status quo and the perceived safety of societal convention.Gillie and Marc’s unparalleled love is the cornerstone of what they are and of what they create.Meeting in Hong Kong, she was a nurse from England and he, a boy from the ‘burbs’ of Melbourne. Wanting only to find a soul-mate with which to share their passions for art, travel and adventure, seven days later they were married at the foothills of Mount Everest. They not only share an unsurpassed dedication to their art but also love for their two children, whom Gillie describes as their ‘best friends’ – along with their mutt, Moby, of course.

Initially, Gillie and Marc painted and designed, but have now become very interested in sculpture – creating commissioned works for: Australia Zoo; Sydney Children’s Hospital; Australian Red Cross Blood Service; Hilton Hotel Singapore; and McDonald’s Corporate Headquarters in Singapore; and recently the Ying Ren Four Seasons Hotel in Beijing. They produce sculptures in a variety of mediums including bronze, brass, steel, wood, fibreglass and polyresin. Awards and accolades are numerous for the Schattner’s. In 2006 they were Archibald Prize finalists. He’ll never be famous but he doesn’t give a damn, he’s a musician, a painting, earned them first prize at the 2009 Chianciano Biennale, set in Tuscany. This work features a Dalmatian dog/man hybrid, playing guitar. Their life-like fibreglass sculptural piece, Bondi Coffee Dog, appeared in the Florence Biennale in the same year. Stretching controversy further is their work, If Jesus was alive today he would be a skateboarder, which featured in the inaugural 2009 Blake Prize Director’s Cut, an online exhibition. Gillie and Marc will also feature work in the 2012 Sculptures by the Sea at Bondi Beach.

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018 Art Basel Miami, Sagamore Hotel, Miami, USA
2017 The Animal March, Green Hills Shopping Centre, NSW, Australia
2017 Affordable Art Fair, New York, USA
2017 Live, Love and Together, Ode to Art Gallery, Singapore
2016 Paparazzi Dogs, Ruth Wittenberg Triangle, Greenwich Village, New York, USA
2016 Paparazzi Dogs, Pearl Street Triangle & Anchorage Place, New York, USA
2015 The Celebrity Animal, Entertainment Quarter, NSW, Australia
2015 Some things you can’t explain, Gallery One, QLD, Australia
2015 Kiss Me, Linton & Kay Galleries, Perth, WA, Australia
2013 Mini Paceman, George Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2013 We are one, Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral, NSW, Australia
2013 Coffee with friends, Frances Keevil Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2013 We are one, Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral, NSW
2012 Go dogs go, Rex-Livingston Art Dealer, Sydney, NSW
2012 Animal Attraction, Linton and Kay Contemporary, Perth, WA
2011 Wild at heart, Richard Martin Art, Sydney, NSW
2011 The road less travelled, Linton and Kay Contemporary, Perth, WA
2010 Returning to the animal within, Nexus Modern Art, Melbourne, VIC
2009 The dog in us all, Linton and Kay Contemporary, Perth, WA
2009 I love my dog and my dog loves me, Richard Martin Art, Sydney, NSW
2008 Wishful Thinking, Linton and Kay Contemporary, Perth, WA
2007 Modern Addictions, Libby Edwards, Melbourne, VIC
2007 New Paintings, Libby Edwards, QLD
2006 Creature Comforts, Libby Edwards, Sydney, NSW
2005 Life can’t wait, Darling Park Gallery, Sydney, NSW (travelling exhibition around Australia)
1999 Sex in the city, New York, USA
1996 Circus, New York, USA
1994 Expats, The Substation, Singapore
1993 Blue-eyed view, The Substation, Singapore
1992 Eat Me, Singapore
1990 Friends, Hong Kong
1984 Travels, Belgium

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2016 Art Park, Woolloomooloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2016 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2016 Jing’an Sculpture Park, Shanghai, China
2016 Raining Elephants, Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral, NSW, Australia
2016 Paparazzi Dogs, New York, USA
2016 Art3f Paris, Paris, France
2016 Aaf Brussels, Belgium
2016 Antiques and Art Fair, Luxembourg
2016 Affordable Art Fair, London, UK
2016 Asia Contemporary Art Show, Hong Kong
2016 Affordable Art Fair, New York, USA
2016 Affordable Art Fair, Singapore
2016 Affordable Art Fair, Hong Kong
2015 Considered, .M Contemporary, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2015 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2015 Sculpture on the Wharf, ARTPark, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2015 Sculptures in the Garden, Mudgee, NSW, Australia
2015 Huntington Music Festival, Mudgee, NSW, Australia
2015 South Korea Affordable Art Fair, Seoul, Korea
2015 Stockholm Affordable Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden
2015 Hamburg Affordable Art Fair, Hamburg, Germany
2015 Harbour Sculpture, Woolwich Dock, NSW, Australia
2015 Metalheads, Sculpture at Scenic World, Katoomba, NSW, Australia
2015 New Faces, Cooks Hill Galleries, Newcastle, NSW, Australia
2015 Affordable Art Fair, London, UK
2015 Asia Contemporary Art Show, Hong Kong
2015 Affordable Art Fair, Hong Kong
2015 ArtMuc Art Fair, Munich, Germany
2014 Affordable Art Fair, Singapore
2014 Swell Sculpture Festival, Currumbin Beach, QLD, Australia
2014 Sculptures in the Garden, Mudgee, NSW, Australia
2014 Huntington Music Festival, Mudgee, NSW, Australia
2013 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Finalist, Woollahra Municipal Council, Sydney, NSW
2013 Morrison Gallery, New York, USA
2013 Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral, NSW
2013 Frances Keevil Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2013 Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral, NSW
2013 Federation Square, Melbourne, VIC
2013 Sculpture by the sea, ‘Inside’, Cottesloe, WA
2012 Sculpture by the sea, Bondi Beach, Sydney, NSW
2012 Yering Station, VIC
2011 Mosman Art Prize Finalist, Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2011 Charlatan Ink Art Prize, The Carlton Arms, New York, USA
2010 Florence Biennale artists of Australia, ‘Contemporanea’ Smart Artz Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2010 BSG General Art Prize Finalist, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2010 London Biennale, Gagliardi Gallery, London, UK
2009 The Blake Prize Directors Cut Exhibition, Sydney, NSW
2009 The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize, The South Australian Museum, Adelaide, SA
2009 Florence Biennale, Florence, Italy
2009 Biennale di Chianciano, Tuscany, Italy
2008 Summer Exhibition, Linton and Kay Contemporary, Perth, WA
2008 Sunshine Coast Art Prize Finalist, Caloundra Regional Art Gallery, QLD
2007 New Paintings, Libby Edwards, Brisbane, QLD
2007 Mosman Art Prize Finalist, Mosman Art Gallery, NSW
2007 Water, Libby Edwards, Brisbane, QLD
2006 Blake Exceptions Exhibition, Chase Contemporary & Tribal Arts Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2006 New Paintings, Libby Edwards, Melbourne, VIC
2006 Archibald Prize Finalist, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
2006 Corporate Art Burleigh, QLD
2000 Mamaroneck Artist Guild, New York, USA
1998 Mamaroneck Artist Guild, New York, USA
1997 Asian Scenes, Singapore

COMMISSIONED WORK

2018 The Last Three, Astor Place, NYC, USA
2018 The Last Three, Metrotech Commons, Brooklyn, New York
2018 Prince Sculpture, Kauai Museum, Hawaii, USA
2018 Alex Lithgow Sculpture, Invercargill Council, New Zealand
2018 Gum Leaf, 117 Bowden St, Ryde, NSW, Australia
2018 The Wonderful Two, St Kilda Pier, Melbourne, Australia
2018 The Travellers Have Arrived, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas, USA
2018 The Last Three stood tall and proud, National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States, USA
2018 We Go Together, Box House Hotel, Brooklyn, NYC
2018 Fisherman, District Council of Grant, SA, Australia
2018 We Go Together, Stamford Train Station, Connecticut, New York, USA
2018 He was a greener dogman and she was a greener rabbit woman, Fish Lane, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
2018 The Wave Riders and Lovers Bench, Mirvac Shopping Centre, QLD, Australia
2018 Table of Love, Port Maquarie Pier, NSW, Australia
2018 Barkly Bear, Barkly Square, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
2018 Paparazzi Dogs, 75 Rockefeller Centre, NYC, USA
2017 Dogman and Rabbitwoman drinking coffee, Pullman on the park, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 2017 Paparazzi Dogman and Paparazzi Rabbitwoman, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, NYC, USA
2017 The Table of Love, 237 Park Avenue, NYC, USA
2017 He Knew This Would be a Year of Good Fortune, St Collins Lane, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
2017 Table of Love, Goldsbrough Lane, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 2017 Shandu, the Buried Rhino, Monarto Zoo, SA, Australia
2016 We Go Together, 355 Atlantic Street, Stamford, USA
2016 Collection of Sculptures, The Teleport Hotel, Hague, Netherlands 2016 Paparazzi Dogs, Raffles City, Singapore
2016 We Go Together, Tirtayasa Art Foundation, Indonesia
2016 Dogman and Rabbitgirl with Coffee, Pullman on the Park, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
2016 Rabbitwoman holding a Coffee, Nomo Soho Hotel, NYC, USA
2016 Rabbitwoman and Dogman drinking Coffee, Spitalfields, London, UK
2016 The Travellers have Arrived, Industry City, Brooklyn, NYC, USA
2016 We Go Together, Nomo Soho Hotel, NYC, USA
2016 Lady Mary, Gympie Council, QLD, Australia
2016 Sir Hilary Lawliss, Lourdes Hill College, QLD, Australia
2016 Camden White Gum, Oran Park Administration Building, Camden, NSW, Australia
2015 We Go Together, The Winery, Surry Hills, NSW, Australia
2015 Collection of Sculptures, Sussex Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2015 Collection of Sculptures, Pullman Sydney Airport, NSW, Australia
2015 Paying Respects, Citipointe Christian College, Carindale, QLD, Australia
2015 Ricky Ponting, Bellerive Oval, Hobart, TAS, Australia
2015 Run for your life, Australia Zoo, QLD, Australia
2015 Run for your life, La Trobe University, VIC, Australia
2015 Sir Russell Drysdale’s Easel, West Wyalong, NSW, Australia
2015 Standing Watch Anzac Soldier, Darwin Military Museum, NT, Australia
2014 Darrel Baldock, Latrobe Recreation Ground, TAS, Australia
2014 Dick Suter, Boulia Shire Council, QLD, Australia
2014 Lavalla Table and School Boys, St. Augustine’s College, Cairns, QLD, Australia
2014 Anything is Possible, Barker College, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2014 Pit Pony, Collinsville, QLD, Australia
2014 Wheat Lumper, District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula, Cummins, SA, Australia
2013 Mini Paceman, Sydney, NSW
2013 Latrobe Council, TAS
2013 Hastings District Council, New Zealand
2013 Newcrest Mining, NSW
2013 Weddin Shire Council, NSW
2013 Bland Shire, NSW
2013 Healesville Sanctuary, VIC
2013 Paroo Shire Council, QLD
2013 Gladstone Park Shopping Centre, VIC
2013 Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Indiana, USA
2013 City of Vincent, Beaufort Street, Perth, WA
2013 Lake Macquarie City Council, NSW
2013 101 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC
2013 St Lucy’s School, Sydney, NSW
2013 Mosman Preparatory School, Sydney, NSW
2012 Chada, Ying Ren Hotel, Beijing, China
2012 Wellington Zoo, New Zealand
2012 Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, TAS
2012 Australia Zoo, QLD
2012 Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, QLD
2012 Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Indiana, USA
2012 Dubbo City Council, Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo Regional Airport, NSW
2012 National Zoo and Aquarium, ACT
2012 Ballarat Zoo, VIC
2012 Sydney Children’s Hospital, Sydney, NSW
2005 Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Sydney, NSW
2000 Hilton Hotel, Singapore
2000 Mcdonald’s Corporate Headquarters, Singapore
Dr Martens, Mercedes, Friends of the Earth, The Philharmonic Orchestra, Smile Foundation, Black Dog Institute, Eric Bana, Bryce Courtenay

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Hastings District Council, NZ; Emanuel School, Sydney, NSW; St Lucy’s School, Sydney, NSW; Newcrest Mining Limited, NSW; Adelaide Central Plaza, SA; Weddin Shire Council, NSW; Lake Macquarie, NSW; City of Vincent, Beaufort Street, Perth, WA; 101 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC; Healesville Sanctuary, VIC; Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, QLD; National Zoo and Aquarium, ACT; Ballarat Wildlife Park, VIC; Dubbo City Council, NSW; Australia Zoo, QLD; Woollahra Council, Sydney, NSW; Ying Ren Hotel, Beijing, China; Maitland Regional Gallery, NSW; McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park, VIC; Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, TAS; Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Indiana, USA; Sydney Children’s Hospital, Sydney, NSW; Bland Shire, NSW; Paroo Shire Council, QLD; Latrobe Council, TAS; Cranbrook School, Sydney, NSW; Gladstone Park Shopping Centre, Melbourne, VIC; Black Dog Institute, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, NSW; Smile Foundation, Sydney, NSW; Darling Park, Sydney, NSW; Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, SA; Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, NSW; CQUniversity Australia; Mosman Preparatory School, Sydney, NSW; The Hilton Group, Singapore; Mcdonald’s, Singapore; Private collections in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, Italy, France, Spain, Hong Kong, Japan, Indonesia and Singapore.

AWARDS
2013 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Finalist, Woollahra Municipal Council, Sydney, NSW
2012 Sculpture by the sea Finalist, Bondi Beach, Sydney, NSW
2011 Mosman Art Prize Finalist, Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2011 Charlatan Ink Art Prize Finalist, The Carlton Arms, New York, USA
2011 Prometheus Visual Art Exhibition Finalist, Gold Coast, QLD
2010 BSG General Art Prize Finalist, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2009 Winner of Biennale di Chianciano, Tuscany, Italy
2009 The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize Finalist, Adelaide, SA
2008 Sunshine Coast Art Prize Finalist, Caloundra Regional Art Gallery, QLD
2007 Mosman Art Prize Finalist, Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2006 Archibald Prize Finalist, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
1999 Mamaroneck Art Prize Finalist, New York, USA
1998 Cannes Advertising Festival for Scotch Brite and Ben Wear
1994 Winner of Singapore Creative Circle Art Prize

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