Amy Devereux works in a combination of watercolour and collage, to create artwork that explores elements of nature, fantasy and abstraction. She is inspired by botanical and scientific illustration, European fairy tale imagery from the 1970s, and the joy of working with watercolour. Having completed a degree in Fine Art at the University of Ballarat, Amy now lives and works as an artist and educator in Melbourne.

Solo exhibitions

2009 Adaptation, Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy

2008 1 + 1 = 5, Foyer Art for the premiere of an original play by Nicholas Waxman, Black Box Theatre, University of Ballarat

2007 Recent Works, Bean Barn Cafe Gallery, Ballarat

Exhibit A, Dance House Theatre Foyer (as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival), Carlton

Joint Exhibitions

2011 Together & Alone, Collaborative show with Peader Thomas, Arthur Gallery, Ballarat

Group Exhibitions

2013 Source, Beth Hulme Gallery, Fitzroy North

Current Tendencies, Moreland Summer Show, Counihan Gallery, Brunswick

2012 SPAN, Stockroom, Kyneton

2011 Small Works, Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy

2010 30 x 30 Launch Exhibition, Space 22 Gallery, Ballarat

AIR8, Artist in Residence exhibition, Post Office Gallery, Ballarat

Tempus Fugit, Space 22 Gallery, Ballarat

2009 Staff Exhibition, Tower Gallery, Camp Street Arts Academy, Ballarat

30 x 30 show, Art Is... Gallery, Geelong (Highly Commended Award)

2008 Postmarked Geelong, Karingallery, Geelong

Under $500, Gardner Galleries, Richmond

Life Drawing, Art Gallery Ballarat Lydiard Street window, Ballarat

Mixed Bag 25x25, Gardner Galleries, (as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival), Richmond

St Patrick’s College Art Exhibition, St Patrick’s College Pavilion, Ballarat

Post Deco, Art Deco 2008 Regional Festival, Post Office Gallery

Small Works 1, Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy

SDC (International Skull Drawing Competition), Rise and Fall Gallery, Melbourne


2012 ‘Native’ Visual Response, Finalist, Australian Infront, Lo-fi Gallery, Sydney

2009 Honorary Artist in Residence, Camp Street Arts Academy, University of Ballarat

2008 Ballarat Arts Foundation Grant