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Artist Toni-Maree Savage

Artist biography

Born 1972, Australia
Lives and works in Brisbane, Australia

Artist statement

Toni-Maree Savage is an Australian creative who has always been fascinated by art and creativity. Her interests are wide-ranging from jewellery design, painting, printmaking and sculpture to creative writing, content writing and digital design. Toni-Maree draws from varied disciplines when creating and delights in developing works across jewellery, art, writing and design. 


2022 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
2022 Graduate Diploma of Arts (Writing), Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne
2016 Graduate Certificate of Editing and Publishing, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba
2009 Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (Creative Industries), AFTRS, Sydney
2007 Master of Arts in Media Production, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
2003 Bachelor of Arts (Psychology Honours), The University of Queensland, Brisbane


2020 Gallery Finalist, Trending 2020, Aspire Gallery, Brisbane
2020 Gallery Finalist, A Florist’s Delight, Aspire Gallery, Brisbane

Group exhibitions

2022 Fifty Shades of Life, Webb Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
2021 So Fresh So Clean, Ethical Metalsmiths, Cincinnati [Online Exhibition]
2021 The Australian National Brooch Show, Art Society of Victoria, Melbourne
2020 Academics in Pandemic, Ethical Metalsmiths, Cincinnati [Online Exhibition]
2020 Trending 2020, Aspire Gallery, Brisbane
2020 A Florist’s Delight, Aspire Gallery, Brisbane
2020 Australian Botanical, Inala Art Gallery, Brisbane


Ethical Metalsmiths Student Member
Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia, Queensland Chapter Inc.


2020 “Inala Art Gallery holds Australian Botanical exhibition,” The Lake News, February, p. 11
2020 Sanderson, J. “Beautiful botanicals on show,” South-West Satellite, 23 January, p. 4
2020 Sanderson, J. “Glorious pictures with floral themes win hearts and minds,” The Courier Mail Online, 17 January


Works held in private collections in Australia