75% of art graduate students are female 35% of female artists are represented in galleries and museums. (Elvis Richardson, ‘Women count in the art world’ 2014). Without the right support, you will become one of the many unknown female artists that deserve more. My mission is to flip those statistics one artist at a time.
AN ONLINE MEMBERSHIP
Go from blank canvas to successful exhibition
in as little as three months.
Create better and more
Care and connect with a supportive,
and like-minded online community.
• Weekly live group calls
• Private members only Facebook group for accountability and conversation
• Regular masterclasses with leaders in their field
• Support with setting and planning your artist goals
• Exhibit your work with exciting, exclusive gallery opportunities
Felicity is not only an accomplished and award winning artist, but a registered psychologist and art mentor. After identifying a lack of support for female artists in the industry, she decided to establish her own mentoring program to not only provide this support but build an empowering community of female artistic talent.
The Activator Program provides budding female artists with insider knowledge, educational material, resources and an enriching community of which all members can participate in. Felicity holds regular live group discussions and records podcasts for her community to access and utilise. Additionally, there are opportunities to members to exhibit, showcase and sell their own pieces.
In her role as a professional artist, she has been selected as a finalist in the Hunters Hill Art Prize 2016, the Blacktown Art Prize and the Hornsby Art Prize 2015. She has also been a five time finalist in the Gosford Art Prize as well as many other awards and accolades which you can read about on her art website.
Selected Group Exhibitions & solo exhibitions
2017 ‘Clouds & dirt: Australian landscapes’ Art Gallery on Darling, Balmain Sydney (Solo).
2017 ‘Clouds & dirt: Australian landscapes’ Gallery Klei, Sydney (Solo).
2017 Group show, Art Gallery on Darling, Balmain, Sydney.
2016 Group show, Art Gallery on Darling. Balmain Sydney.
2016 ‘A Social Landscape’, The Depot Gallery, Waterloo, Sydney.
2016 ‘Room for Art’, Gosford Regional Gallery.
2016 ‘The Yellow Board’, Fundraiser for The Cancer Council. The Space Gallery, Sydney.
2015 ‘Gestures’, Hunters Hill Art Gallery, Hunters Hill.
2015 ‘Elements’, The Depot Gallery, Waterloo, Sydney.
2015 ‘Women Beneath the surface’, Art Shine Gallery, Chippendale, Sydney.
2014 ‘Along Those Lines’, The Depot Gallery, Waterloo, Sydney.
2014 ‘4+1=1+4’ Group Exhibition, Gosford Regional Gallery.
2011 ‘Christmas Show’, Gallery 41, Woolloomooloo, Sydney.
2011 ‘The Way We See It’, Group Exhibition, Gosford Regional Gallery.
2011 ‘Fresh Collections’, Group Exhibition, Wagstaffe, NSW.
2007 – 2017 Annual 5 Lands Walk and exhibition, Avoca Beach, NSW.
2007 & 2008 ‘Art for Ethiopia’, Red Door Gallery, Sydney.
2005 ‘Abstract Works’, Red Door Gallery, Sydney
2018 Finalist – Muswellbrook Art Prize.
2018, 2016 Finalist - Hunters Hill Art Prize
2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2008 & 2006 Finalist - Gosford Art Prize.
2018, 2017 Kings School prize
2016 Finalist – Australian Korean Foundation Art Prize (KAAF) (Judged by John McDonald).
2015 Highly Commended - Contemporary Art Prize.
2015 Finalist - Blacktown Art Prize (Judged by Edmund Capon).
2015 Finalist - Hornsby Art Prize.
2015 Highly Commended - Art Shine Gallery, ‘Works on board’.
2012, 2000,1999 Finalist - Waverley Art Prize.
2009 Highly Commended - Art in the Vines, Hunter Valley.
2006 Awarded Commission, 75 works for Sir Norman Foster building, ‘Lumiere’, Regent Place, Sydney.
2000 Finalist - Willoughby City Contemporary Art Prize.
1999 Highly Commended - Lane Cove Art Award, Lane Cove.
Rees, J. 2016. Contemporary Art Awards: Finalist Exhibition 2015. 23 January-23 June 2016, Contemporary Art Awards, Brisbane, Queensland.