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Curriculum Vitae 
Lynden Stone
 

Education:
2010 - present - Enrolled as a PhD candidate at Griffith University, Queensland College of Art
2009 -  Honours (First Class) in Fine Art, Griffith University, Queensland College of Art
2008 – Bachelor of Fine Art – Griffith University, Queensland College of Art
1995 – Master of Laws – University of Queensland
1983 – Bachelor of Laws – University of Queensland
1981 – Bachelor of Arts (journalism double major) – University of Queensland
 
Selected Art Awards/Prizes:
2014 - Finalist Moreton Bay Regional Art Prize
2011 - Finalist Muswellbrook Art Prize
2004 - 2009 - Griffith Awards for Academic Excellence for studies in Bachelor of Fine Arts, Griffith University
2008 - Finalist Eutick Memorial Still Life Award
2007 - Sunsuper Fine Art Award for Outstanding Achievement in Painting, 2007, Griffith University
2006 – Third prize, Redland Art Awards – Redlands Regional Art Gallery
2006 – Second prize in category ‘Works on paper’, Brookfield Art Show
2005 – First prize in Open Category, Brookfield Art Show

Solo exhibitions:
Two Mars bars and the love note from Robert Smeets, 2014, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
Encounters with Quantum, May 2012, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
No singular reality, April, 2012, Webb Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
Measuring 24 months, 2011, Queensland College of Art, 7th floor, Webb Centre, South Brisbane
Intimates spaces, February 2009, Edwina Corlette Gallery, New Farm, Brisbane

Selected Group Exhibitions:
Down the Rabbit Hole, 2013, QCA Galleries and University of Southern Queensland Galleries
for we are where we are not, 2013, Wooloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane
The Philadelphia Connection, 2013, POP Gallery, South Brisbane
Collaborative Feedback Loop, 2012, Browning Street, West End
Daily/Weekly, 2012, our House Gallery, East London
NOWstalgia, May 2012, POP Gallery, Wooloongabba, Brisbane
Daily/Weekly, February 2012, Project Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
Four Points in Time, December 2012, Project Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
Teerk Ro Ra, November 2011, POP Gallery, Wooloongabba, Brisbane 
Stepping up, May 2011, Pop Gallery, Wooloongabba 
Muswellbrook Art Award, May 2011, Muswellbrook Regional Art Gallery
Popstart, Griffith University Fine Art Post graduate exhibition,  April, 2011, POP Gallery, Wooloongabba
Wherever you go, there you are, Fine Art and Photography Honours graduation show, December 2009, QCA, Brisbane
Off the Blocks, Fine Art Honours Exhibition, April 2009, Project Gallery, QCA
Christmas Show, 2008, Edwina Corlette Gallery, New Farm, Brisbane
Griffith Alumni Art Award Exhibition, November 2008, College Gallery
Eutick Memorial Still Life Award, 2008, Coffs Harbour Regional Galley
Tingalpa, Griffith University 2007 painting graduates, April 2008, Project Gallery, QCA, Brisbane
Exit Strategies, Griffith University Studio Graduating Exhibition, November 2007, QCA, Brisbane
Churchie Emerging Art Show, 2007

Redland Art Awards, 2006

 
Collections:
The Center for Quantum Dynamics, Griffith University, Brisbane
Private collections in Queensland and Holland
MacGillivrays Solicitors, Brisbane
 
Authorship (art-related):
Stone, L 2014, ‘Metaphors for Abstract Concepts: Visual Art and Quantum Mechanics’, Studio Research, Issue 2, July 2014.
Stone, L 2014, ‘Consciousness, quantum mechanics and the Metaphase Typewriter revival project’, in Kennedy, C & Rosengren, M. (eds), SPECTRA – Images and Data in Art/Science, Adelaide: Australian Network for Art and Technology.
Stone, L 2013, ‘Re-Visioning Reality: Quantum Superposition in Visual Art’, Leonardo 46 no. 5: 448—54.
Stone, L 2012, ‘Revising Attitudes to Physical Reality: Quantum Physics and Visual Art’, International Journal of Arts & Sciences, Vol 5 No. 6:59–72

Stone, L 2009, 'Nattakorn Wongsathitdee MAVA' essay in Loitering with intent, graduation catalogue of Master of Arts in Visual Arts and Master of Arts in Visual Arts (Hons), Queensland College of Art, Griffith University2009 
 
Stone, L 2008, ‘Angela Rossitto (MAVA HONS)’ essay in graduation catalogue 2008 Queensland College of Art, Master of Arts in Visual Arts Master of arts in Visual Arts (Hons), Griffith University.
 
Stone, L 2008, ‘Sarah Angus (MAVA)’ essay in graduation catalogue 2008 Queensland College of Art, Master of Arts in Visual Arts Master of arts in Visual Arts (Hons), Griffith University.
 
Stone, L 2007, ‘Text for Copyright Web Resource’ (a comprehensive resource for copyright information for visual artists)
 
Bibliography:
Martin-Chew, Louise,  “Down the Rabbit Hole and into Wonderland”, Down the Rabbit Hole: A Queensland College of Art, Griffith University and University of Southern Queensland Visual Art Research Project Exhibition Catalogue (Brisbane: Octivium Press, 2013), 65.
 
Lombardi, Lee, Stepping up catalogue, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, May 2011
 
Martin-Chew, Louise, Redland Art Awards review, 2006 http://www.more2redlands.com.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/Art%20Gallery/_art%20gallery%20documents/RedlandArtAwardsReviewbyLouiseMartin-Chew.pdf
 
Clarke, Suzanna, 'Lyndon (sic) Stone's debut exhibition shows promise', Courier Mail February 20, 2009
Clarke, Suzanna, 'Complications on view', Courier Mail, February 21-22, 2009