James Pasakos

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James  Pasakos Container Ship
Container Ship
20 x 24 cm
James  Pasakos Landscape 4
Landscape 4
Oil on Fabriano paper
21 x 19.5 cm
James  Pasakos Out in the Harbour
Out in the Harbour
Monotype print
Limited edition 1/1
13.5 x 22 cm
James  Pasakos Tugboat with missions to seafarers Melbourne fading
Tugboat with missions to seafarers Melbourne fading
oil sticks on paper on fabriano paper
40 x 121 cm
James  Pasakos Two Ships
Two Ships
Monotype print
Limited edition 1/1
13.5 x 22 cm

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James  Pasakos

James Pasakos

James Pasakos Biography

James Pasakos is a practising visual artist. His core theme is ‘sense of place and identity,’ one that has been largely influenced by the Melbourne Docklands, Australia. The artist spent his childhood exploring the industrial docklands of Melbourne - that polluted artificial landscape reflected in his earlier artwork and continues to this day. Pasakos now finds himself living and working in Ballarat, regional Victoria. He continues to find inspiration in his new environment, in the natural landscape, rich history and architecture. He co-ordinates the Printmaking and Digital Art Departments for the undergraduate degree course at Federation University Australia.

James Pasakos Resumé


2007     Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAA40104

2004 - 2005       Diploma of Education Melbourne University

1997 - 1999       Postgraduate Diploma Multi-Media, Western Metropolitan College of TAFE

1991 - 1993       Masters of Fine Art Monash University, Caulfield Campus

1989     Post Graduate Diploma, Fine Art, Printmaking, Monash University, Caulfield Campus

1986 - 1988       Bachelor of Art in Fine Art Printmaking, Chisholm Institute of Technology



2018     ‘IMPACT10’ Spain Santander, ‘The Journeying Printmaker’

2016     ‘Docks & Wharves’ Tacit Contemporary, Melbourne

2011     ‘Peeking through a Portal’ Warrnambool Art Gallery ‘Dark Elements’ Pigment Gallery, Melbourne

2004     ‘Port’s Edge’ Axia Modern Art Gallery, Melbourne

2002     ‘A Day at the Harbour’, Australian Galleries, Sydney      

2002     ‘Waterways’ Australian Galleries, Melbourne

2000     ‘Docklands & the Waterfront’ Australian Galleries Melbourne

1998     ‘Docklands and Beyond’ Australian Galleries, Melbourne

1996     ‘Recent Works’ Australian Galleries, Melbourne

1994     Australian Galleries, Melbourne

1993     ‘Works on Paper’ Coventry Gallery, Sydney

1990     Malthouse Theatre Gallery, Melbourne

1990     ‘Works, Mixed Media’ Delbridge St Gallery, Melbourne    



1989 - 2018
‘IMPACT10’ Spain, Santander
‘Editions18’ Tacit, Melb, ‘SCOPE’, Fed Uni Aus, PO-Gallery
‘Antipodean Greek Art Exhibition’, Steps Gallery, Melb
‘Marvellous Melbourne’ South Wharf-Hilton, Melb
‘SCOPE’, Fed Uni Aus, PO-Gallery,’ Editions17’ Tacit, Melb,
MPACT9-Hangzhou, China, Xiaoxiang Exhibition of International Printmaking, China, ‘Thinking of Place’
InkMasters & NZ, IMPACT8-Scotland-Art Gallery of Ballarat-Keri Keri Art at Wharepuke NZ, ‘Parallel Prints’-International Exhibition, Portfolio New Zealand & Victoria, Manyung Gallery, TACIT, QG&W 



2005 - 2013     Finalist ‘ANL Maritime Art Prize & Exhibition’ Melbourne
2011 - 2015     Finalist ‘Flanagan Art Prize’ Ballarat                



1989 - 2016
China Academy of Art-University
Art Gallery of Ballarat
Tasmania Art Gallery
Charles Sturt University, Baillieu Collection, Melbourne
Arts Academy-Fed Uni Aus, University of Western Sydney
MAB (Buxtons) Melbourne
New South Wales Art Gallery
Queensland University of Technology Art Collection, Brisbane
CAE, Council of Adult Education, Melbourne
Monash University, Melbourne
Outer Eastern TAFE College, Melbourne



2011     ‘Peeking through a Portal’ an essay by assistant curator 
                Angie Taylor, Warrnambool Art Gallery

2010     ‘Outsiders’ an essay by Dr Jennifer Jones O’Neill on the
               ‘Outsiders’ exhibition Art Gallery of Ballarat

1998     ‘Australian Printmakers of the 90s’ Sasha Grishin, by Craftsman House

1991     ‘New Art Five’ Neville Drury, by Craftsman House



2000     Emerald Hill Times

1998     Greek Newspaper “Greek Artist”


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