PETRUS SPRONK CURRICULUM VITAE. January 2013
South Australian Gallery of Art. Adelaide. S.A.
National Gallery of Victoria. Melbourne. Victoria.
New Parliament House Collection. Canberra. A.C.T.
Adelaide Town Hall Collection. S.A.
Art Gallery of Queensland. Brisbane. Queensland.
Jewish Museum Collection, Melbourne, Victoria
Australian Embassy Collection, Tokyo, Japan
Australian Embassy Collection Seoul Korea
Ballarat shire obtained work for Japanese sister city
Latrobe University Museum of Art
Ballarat Regional Art Gallery
1988 South Australian Ceramic Award. S.A. (invitation)
1990 Adelaide Festival Exhibition. Bonython gallery. S.A.
1992 International Ceramic Festival. Mino. Japan. (invitation)
1993 National Gallery of Victoria. ‘The Second Landing’.
1994 Rigg Award. Exhibition of twenty-five Victorian ceramists. Invitation
1998 Ian Potter Museum of Art. Melbourne university
1999 Hand and Mind gallery Seoul Korea, One man show
2006 Ballarat Fine Art Gallery
2007 two man show Gallery 101 Melbourne
2008 One man show Gallery 101 Melbourne
2012 Ian Potter Gallery/ Federation Square
1986 Benalla City Council Ceramic Sculpture
1992 Adelaide Festival of Arts. Five Sand Works.
1992 Sculpture (blue stone) for Swanston Walk. Melbourne. Victoria.
1996 Austin Hospital Art installation
1999 Two works for the Jewish Museum Melbourne
1999 Artist in residence Kook-Min University Korea.
2002 Hepburn Council Public Sculpture Commission
2003 Commission to create a bowl for his Holiness The Dalai Lama