Zoja Trofimiuk

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Zoja Trofimiuk (born 17 February 1952) is an Australian sculptor and printmaker, born in Prague, Czechoslovakia. She specializes in cast glass; her studio is in Melbourne. Zbych Trofimiuk, an Australian actor, is her son.

Education[edit]

Spring Lovers
  • Master of Fine Art, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia 1991

B.A. 1972-77 ASP Cracow, Poland

Wenceslaus Hollar' Lyceum, Prague, Czech Republic, 1969–1972 [1]

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 1991 TORSO, Hugo Gallery, Canberra
  • 1996 WORKS on PAPER, George Gallery, Melbourne
  • 1999 MILLENNIUM COLLECTION, Adam Galleries, Melbourne
  • 2001 OCEAN GALLERY inaugurated from Australian Shores
  • 2005 SCULPTURE and GRAVERRE,Adam galleries, Melbourne
  • 2006 IX International Glass Symposium,
    • curator:Prof.Sylva Petrova,PhD.,MA,BA,Novy Bor,Czech Republic
  • Ranamok Glass Award 2006, touring exhibition, Australia
    • Works on Paper 2, NS, Nova sin gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
  • 2007 Czech and Slovak Glass in Exile, Regional Moravian Gallery, Brno, Czech Republic

Awards[edit]

  • Honorary Award, Dante’s Biennale, Ravenna, Italy, 1981, 1990
  • Member Print Commission, Print Council of Australia, 1999
  • 1999 Created glass technique GRAVERRE

2006 Ranamok Award, finalist, the prestigious Australian award for contemporary studio glass.[1]

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