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Ana Teofilo

Ana Teofilo has been selected as the feature artist at Expocific in Brisbane, Australia in march 2018. The Nathan Homestead Gallery will host a show of Teofilo’s carved and painted artworks during November and December 2017 following Teofilo’s first solo Auckland show. As a Samoan woman artist Teofilo’s work is unique in that the patterns are carved in relief into painted board and then decorated with glue dots. Teofilo’s work is firmly based around her Samoan Heritage and traditional siapo art forms, the uniqueness and strength of which brings a breath of fresh air to this genre of South Pacific art.

Highlights for 2017/18:

The Nathan Homestead Gallery (Auckland) will be hosting a solo exhibition of Ana Teofilo’s work in November /December 2017

Ana Teofilo has also been invited as a special guest artist to Expocifc to be held in Brisbane in March 2018. A creative arts and innovation event showcasing Pacific talents in Fine Art, Visual Arts, Film, Dance, Music and Fashion.

Achievements:

  • Otago Polytechnic Community Pacific Island Scholarship 2015 – Pride in Her, 2014. Window display – Strip Gallery, Dunedin Art Zone 2015
  • Scope Book 2015
  • Otago Polytechnic Community Pacific Island Scholarship 2014
  • Samoan Independence T-shirt design. For the Fono faufautua Otago Samoa advisory council June 2014
  • David Con Hutton Memorial Scholarship November 2013
  • Otago Polytechnic Community Sponsored Scholarship 2013
  • The National Youth Art Award 2013 Exhibition, Waikato Finalist. 27/09-28/10/13
  • Annual Report Cover – Otago Polytechnic 2013

Exhibitions:

  • 2017 – “Return to Paradise”Warwick Henderson Gallery, Aukland, NZ
  • 2016 – Summer Catalogue Group Show, Warwick Henderson Gallery
  • 2016 – AS Gallery – Dunedin WebbFarry Lawyers, Solo show Lanu ma Musika Exhibition
  • 2016 – Dunedin Community Gallery, Solo show “Return to Paradisez” 2016 – Dunedin International Airport terminal Exhibition Space
  • 2016 – Whakatane Library and Exhibition Centre, Molly Morpeth Canaday Award