Trained as a printmaker, Gaye Paterson within her art practice explores a diverse range of mediums and their application in politically motivated bodies of work - and the plight of refugees in particular. Paterson has lived in countries throughout the world, including Myanmar, Greece, Switzerland, the Former Yugoslavia and Thailand: wherever she has lived, Paterson has become involved in the world around her.
Recent exhibitions include
2018 Ode to Lesvos, Tacit Galleries, Melbourne 2006 New Work, Gallery Gray, Skopje, Macedonia 2004 Amphora, Paris 2002 New Works, Gallery Haos, Belgrade, Serbia
2020 20, Tacit Galleries, Melbourne; Relief, Megalo Print Studio, Canberra; Editions, Tacit Galleries 2019 Editions, Tacit Galleries 2018 Douro International Printmaking Biennale, Portugal; The Exquisite Palette, St Luke, Melbourne; Editions, Tacit Galleries 2017 Group, Collins Place Gallery, Melbourne 2016 Protest, Magnet Gallery, Melbourne 2015 The M Collective, Gallerysmith, Melbourne 2014 Burma Untold, fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne 2011 Group, Galerie La Ferme, Geneva 2010 Mini Print International Cadaques, Spain 2009 Collected Works, Chrysalis Gallery, Melbourne; International Triennale, Bitola, Macedonia; International Biennale, Alexandria, Egypt 2008 International Art Fair, Geneva; Lessedra Annual Mini Print, Bulgaria; Mini Print International Cadaques 2002 Jours Dorés, Galerie Varmes, Geneva 1999 Fremantle Print Award