Hazel Dooney
  Cowboy Babe Legends by Dooney . Legends condom tin prototype. Hazel Dooney, 2008. High gloss enamel on steel, 7.3cm x 2.5cm x 5.9cm (2.9” x 1” x 2.3”).  While not everyone is in a position to own an original artwork, thanks to exhibitions at regional and state galleries and museums we can all have the experience of viewing art in person.   The artworks on this page were exhibited in  Controversy: The Power of Art , curated by Dr. Vivien Gaston at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, June to August 2012. Both works were borrowed from private collectors who were introduced to Dr. Gaston by the artist.  A number of private collectors of Hazel’s work have indicated interest in lending their 'Dooney' to exhibitions at recognised cultural institutions as a way of sharing the experience of these artworks with others.   Curators are invited to email enquiries to h@hazeldooney.com – the artist will forward information and contact details to interested collectors. Please note that any formal arrangements and insurance regarding artworks borrowed for exhibition are between collectors and the institution.

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  Cowboy Babe Legends by Dooney . Legends condom tin prototype. Hazel Dooney, 2008. High gloss enamel on steel, 7.3cm x 2.5cm x 5.9cm (2.9” x 1” x 2.3”).  While not everyone is in a position to own an original artwork, thanks to exhibitions at regional and state galleries and museums we can all have the experience of viewing art in person.   The artworks on this page were exhibited in  Controversy: The Power of Art , curated by Dr. Vivien Gaston at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, June to August 2012. Both works were borrowed from private collectors who were introduced to Dr. Gaston by the artist.  A number of private collectors of Hazel’s work have indicated interest in lending their 'Dooney' to exhibitions at recognised cultural institutions as a way of sharing the experience of these artworks with others.   Curators are invited to email enquiries to h@hazeldooney.com – the artist will forward information and contact details to interested collectors. Please note that any formal arrangements and insurance regarding artworks borrowed for exhibition are between collectors and the institution.

Cowboy Babe Legends by Dooney. Legends condom tin prototype. Hazel Dooney, 2008. High gloss enamel on steel, 7.3cm x 2.5cm x 5.9cm (2.9” x 1” x 2.3”).

While not everyone is in a position to own an original artwork, thanks to exhibitions at regional and state galleries and museums we can all have the experience of viewing art in person.

The artworks on this page were exhibited in Controversy: The Power of Art, curated by Dr. Vivien Gaston at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, June to August 2012. Both works were borrowed from private collectors who were introduced to Dr. Gaston by the artist.

A number of private collectors of Hazel’s work have indicated interest in lending their 'Dooney' to exhibitions at recognised cultural institutions as a way of sharing the experience of these artworks with others.

Curators are invited to email enquiries to h@hazeldooney.com – the artist will forward information and contact details to interested collectors. Please note that any formal arrangements and insurance regarding artworks borrowed for exhibition are between collectors and the institution.

  Cowboy Babe: All Tied up , Hazel Dooney 2008. High gloss enamel on canvas, 100 x 150cm (3’3” x 4’11”),

Cowboy Babe: All Tied up, Hazel Dooney 2008. High gloss enamel on canvas, 100 x 150cm (3’3” x 4’11”),