Ann Oenone Grocott (born 1938) is an Australian writer and painter, whose two children’s books have been translated into Swedish and Danish. In addition to figurative, portraiture and landscape painting, her artworks include: assemblages in fabric, cement, wood, found objects etc.; oils upon canvas, paper and plaster; watercolours and small sculptures. In 1999, Grocott was one of five artists chosen to represent Australia in “Our World in the Year 2000”, the Winsor and Newton Worldwide Millennium Exhibition, as a outcome of which her accomplishment appeared in London, Stockholm, Brussels and New York.
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