Gabrielle Penfold is a contemporary artist who works across different mediums, favouring oil paint and clay. She studied at Sydney's University of New South Wales COFA, graduating in 2016. Delighting in the simplicity of everyday objects evident in her still life painting and the quirky presentation of seafood and the dinner table. Gabrielle is an intrepid traveller particularly to places that are off the beaten track which inspires her work.
Along with many public and private collectors of his work, in Australia he is represented in the public collections of Canberra’s Australian National Gallery, the Australian National Library of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, the State Library of Victoria, the Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and many more regional and international institutions.
His genres include portraiture, sculpture, painting and drawing. His concern for human rights issues is evident in much of his work including a campaign against the death sentence for the infamous Bali nine and other extreme injustices brought upon Indigenous Australians. Throughout his career he has worked with authors, poets & publishers and collaborated with fashion designers.