Meg Brassil


The Artist

Meg Brassil grew up in Sydney and studied painting under Mary Brady,
three times winner of the Portia Geach Art Prize. Living in South
Australia now, her work includes landscapes, Australian native plants,
portraits and still-life. Since 2001 she has had annual solo exhibitions,
participated in various group exhibitions and been invited to judge art shows.

Biographical Details

2010   Residency with Avril Thomas for the University of Adelaide
           commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the Medical School.
           This culminated in a joint exhibition of portraits of staff and students,
           titled "A Day in the Life", held in the Bonython Hall.  A book of the
           works in the exhibition has been published under the auspices of the
           Adelaide University.
2009   Exhibited in the National Trust Portrait Exhibition, part of SALA
           (South Australian Living Artists) Week and with the Arts In Health
           Program at Flinders Medical Centre and has work in their permanent
           collection.  She has a suite of paintings on display at the 3 Divas Bed
           and Breakfast in McLaren Vale, SA.  Her work is held in collections in
           Australia, Canada, France and the U.S.
2008   Fleurieu International.
2007   Finalist Waterhouse Art Prize at the South Australian Museum.
2006   Fleurieu Vistas and Invitational Exhibition.
           Finalist in the Portia Geach Portrait Prize.
2004,  Fleurieu Vistas, McLaren Vale Prize and Art of Food Prize.
2002   Heysen Art Prize, Art of Food Prize.
2000   Finalist Fleurieu Art Prize and Fleurieu Vistas Prize.

Commissions can be done in any subject area.  Please contact Meg by email at