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Trevor Turbo Brown Peregrine Falcon Australian Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas TB1619
Peregrine Falcon Trevor Turbo Brown Australian Aboriginal Artwork on canvas TB1619
Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas by Trevor Turbo Brown Peregrine Falcon TB1619
Aboriginal Artwork on canvas by Trevor Turbo Brown Peregrine Falcon TB1619
Trevor Turbo Brown Peregrine Falcon Australian Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas TB1619
Peregrine Falcon Trevor Turbo Brown Australian Aboriginal Artwork on canvas TB1619
Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas by Trevor Turbo Brown Peregrine Falcon TB1619
Aboriginal Artwork on canvas by Trevor Turbo Brown Peregrine Falcon TB1619

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Artist: Trevor Turbo Brown
Skin Name: Brown
Born: c.1967 - 2017
Region: Murray River
Education: 2001 - 2005 Diploma of Arts (Visual Arts) Melbourne 
Subjects and Themes(Dreaming): Subject matter is the outdoor world of birds and animals.

 

ABOUT ARTIST

Trevor Turbo Brown was born in 1967 in Mildura, and grew up along the Murray River in north western Victoria. He had an incredibly difficult childhood – he was born with an intellectual disability and abandoned by his family at a

young age, then spent much of his youth homeless. As a teenager Turbo Brown was heading for a lifestyle of alcohol abuse and crime. But some break of fortune was due for Turbo, when a local policeman introduced him to Herb and Bunta Batten. They chose to adopt Turbo, and they soon moved to Melbourne. Here Turbo Brown took up boxing and took to the rap scene, becoming a recognised rapper and breakdancer. The nickname of Turbo dates from this time in his life, assumed from the film character appearing in a breakdancing film 'Breakin' from the early 1980s.

The next break for Turbo Brown came when his adopted parents Herb and Bunta joined a visual arts course at Bundoora RMIT. They decided to take Turbo Brown along with them. It was Turbo's fate that he could find ways to visualise the ideas and stories that he held in his head. This became a transforming moment for Turbo Brown, giving him direction and a positive outlook through his art. Trevor Turbo Brown paints with a straight forward energy and focus. His subject matter is the outdoor world of birds and animals. He explains this as coming from the time when he was homeless as a youth, living in Mildura and along the banks of the Murray River. At that time the animals were his singular friends, and they still dominate his world. The bright and colourful world of Turbo Brown has been well represented in exhibitions and collections around Australia.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

  • 2008 Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial, National Gallery of Australia
  • 2008 25th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, Darwin
  • 2008 Who Let the Dogs Out, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, curated by Merryn Gates
  • 2008 Better World Arts, SA
  • 2008 A Latje Latje Story: Locations and Longevity
  • 2008 End of Year Mix #3, Australia Dreaming Art, Melbourne
  • 2007 Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
  • 2007 Naive, Australia Dreaming Art, Melbourne 2007, Australia Dreaming Art, Melbourne
  • 2006 Landmarks, National Gallery of Victoria
  • 2006 Tribal Expressions Commonwealth Showcase of Indigenous Art, Blackbox Gallery
  • 2005 22nd Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, Darwin
  • 2005 Victoria Indigenous Art Award, Arts Victoria Gallery
  • 2005 Urban Yarns: Southern Region Indigenous Arts
  • 2005 Sorry Seems so Hard to Say, Bundoora Homestead Art Gallery, City of Darebin
  • 2004 Emerging Artists, Koorie Heritage Trust
  • 2004 Show Aboriginal Affairs Victoria, Latrobe St Gallery, Urbanity Parliament House and Bunjilaka
  • 2003 Us Mob Too, PIT Space Gallery, RMIT University
  • 2003 Bagunnga, 10 years of RMIT Koorie Ed, Korrie Heritage Trust
  • 2003 Indigenous Awareness Week Show, Grand Hall, City of Whittlesea
  • 2003 NAIDOC Week Show (Group Show with NMIT) PIT Space
  • 2002 Arts Showcase PIT Space Gallery RMIT University
  • 2001 End of Year Show PIT Space Gallery RMIT University

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

  • 2014 Trevor Turbo Brown, Kate Owen Gallery, Sydney
  • 2012 Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Rex Livingston Art, Sydney
  • 2011 Turbo's Hungry Birds, Artworld.tv Gallery, Melbourne
  • 2010 Trevor Turbo Brown, Dreamtime Animals, Boscia Galleries, Melbourne
  • 2009 Trevor Turbo Brown – Friends and Family, Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
  • 2009 Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Rex Livingston Art, Sydney
  • 2008 Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Australia Dreaming Art, Melbourne
  • 2008 Trevor Turbo Brown, Animals from the Dreamtime, Rex Livingston Art, Sydney
  • 2007 Trevor Turbo Brown, Animals from the Dreaming, Australia Dreaming Art, Melbourne
  • 2006 Trevor Turbo Brown, Dreamtime Animals, Koorie Heritage Trust
  • 2005 Trevor Turbo Brown, Koorie Heritage Trust, Melbourne

COLLECTIONS:

  • National Gallery of Australia
  • National Gallery of Victoria
  • Koorie Heritage Trust
  • Artbank
  • St Vincent's Health Australia
  • Broadmeadows Health Service

AWARDS:

  • 2012 Winner – Victorian Indigenous Art Awards
  • 2008 Finalist – Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award
  • 2006 Finalist – Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award
  • 2005 Finalist – Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award
  • 2004 City of Darebin DATSIC Award Gumbri Exhibition Bundoora Homestead

This painting depicts a Peregrine Falcon sitting on a mountain ledge. Turbo paints animals and birds such as cockatoos, falcon, wombats and dingoes in a unique and expressive style. Turbo has achieved international recognition for his original and inspired paintings.

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