Raelene Sharp: 14 cool facts

By Gwylym Owen

Raelene Sharp (born 1957 in Melbourne) is an Australian performer who won the Packing Room great compliment at the Archibald Prize in 2012 as soon as her portrait of actor John Wood titled A Strength of Character. She has then been a finalist five mature in the Shirley Hannan Portrait Prize and won in 2006 later her self-portrait titled A Woman’s Lot. She has been a finalist in the Black Swan Portrait Prize three mature and the James Farrell Self Portrait Prize. Her commissions have included Michael Robertson AO, Professor Fred Mendelsohn, Dr Deborah Siefert and Professor Ruth Bishop AO.

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