We're thrilled to announce the launch of a brilliant new collab with Romance Was Born!
to be auctioned in aid of UNICEF Australia’s Indigenous Education program
As an ambassador for UNICEF Australia, Ken is donating this original work in support of the South Asia Emergency Appeal.
Working once again with the amazing team at Thames and Hudson we are so excited to release the definitive monograph to Ken's life and work.
As so many of us are now working from home, we thought we'd give you the opportunity to bring a little colour into your online world.
We're thrilled to help Basil Bangs celebrate their 10th birthday ... and all that's brilliant about the Australian summer!
Ken was asked by Saint Cloche Gallery to join a panel to discuss one of his favourite topics: colour!
Ken was very happy to exhibit once more with Gallery One on the Gold Coast.
We were all thrilled that Ken was selected as a finalist in both the Wynne and Sulman Prizes at the Art Gallery of NSW for 2019.
Harvey Galleries in Mosman recently showed Ken's latest paintings in a sell-out exhibition.
Ken created an exclusive design for the 30th Anniversary, which was re-produced on t-shirts and tote bags.
Simultaneously showing at three Galleries around sydney, the exhibition celebrated the important influence of the Sydney landscape on the work of nine artists.
2018 marked Ken’s 30th anniversary as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, a role he has long considered one of his most important.
Ken Done’s iconic sculptural signage from Expo 88 in Brisbane now has a wonderful new home.
This recent exhibition featured never before seen original works on paper from the very beginnings of Ken's artistic career to the present day.
Amber Creswell Bell's beautiful new publication 'A Painted Landscape' is a study of the Australian landscape and the artists who capture the diversity of this broad and magnificent continent.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Australian Parliament House Ken Done joined a group of fellow contemporary Australian artists in the Façade exhibition, paying homage to the architectural design of one of Australia’s most iconic structures.
Floriade welcomed in spring by celebrating all things Pop Culture. Canberra’s increasingly popular floral festival drew inspiration from local and International pop culture, and Ken's beautiful artwork Collection, 2012 becoming the creative source for the Australian Pop Art garden bed.
Ken recently spoke at the opening of the National Art School's landmark exhibition featuring the work of 50 alumni from over seven decades.
To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Grafton Regional Gallery, Ken’s recent Sydney exhibition is being shown.
You can hang a Done on your wall or a Done on yourself