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  • “Over her 33-year career, Deborah Halpern has produced an extraordinary body of work and through her numerous public sculptures has become well known and respected within the community.”

    Arthouse Gallery
    Arthouse Gallery Rushcutters Bay, NSW, Australia
  • “Halpern’s works exude an innate vitality and alluring simplicity. Spontaneous in form, her creatures are painted in a style that recalls visions of Gaudi, Picasso and the playful surrealism of French sculptor Niki de Sant Phalle, yet all have become distinctly Halpernesque in their ability to delight and surprise.”

    Niki de Saint Phalle
    Niki de Saint Phalle Mossgreen
  • “Over her 27 year career Deborah Halpern has produced an incredible body of work and through her numerous public sculptures has become well-known and respected within the community.”

    National Gallery of Victoria
    National Gallery of Victoria NGV
  • “Halpern is a remarkable artist; she is a sculptor, a painter, a potter, a printmaker, and a sometime cabaret performer! Her work can be exuberant and whimsical but is also imbued with a deep artistry.”

    National Gallery of Victoria
    National Gallery of Victoria NGV
  • “Like all the best angels, she's joyous, bold and memorable. It's a work that has marked Deborah Halpern out as one Melbourne's most loved artists.”

    Jeannette Davison
    Jeannette Davison Australian Art Collector
  • Ophelia has always been one of Southgate’s and Melbourne's most well known icons created by Melbourne artist Deborah Halpern.”

    Southgate
    Southgate Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • Ophelia, once known as the “Face of Melbourne” stands outside the Southgate complex at Southbank, and was inspired by Shakespeare’s character in Hamlet.”

    Anna Crisholm
    Anna Crisholm Herald Sun
  • “Halpern is one of Melbourne’s most successful artists; the Angel is one of the city’s best known sculptures. Her Southbank sculpture, Ophelia... became the basis for Melbourne’s tourism image.”

    Deborah Stone
    Deborah Stone The Age
  • “Deborah Halpern's images have helped define Melbourne’s identity.”

    Deborah Stone
    Deborah Stone The Age
  • “Deborah Halpern is a highly recognised and respected contemporary artist with an acclaimed national and international reputation in the arts community.”

    Victorian Collections
    Victorian Collections Culture Victoria
  • “Deborah Halpern is a rampantly fertile artist... Halpern's vision is not being starved of attention. Her work is sought after by private and public collectors, and, inevitably, it has broken out of the intimacy of home and gallery.”

    Diana Bagnall
    Diana Bagnall Vogue Australia
  • “Deborah Halpern's work exposes an art form which is among the freshest, most vigorous and most experimental in Australia.”

    Geoffrey Edwards
    Geoffrey Edwards National Gallery of Victoria
  • “Deborah Halpern is one of Australia's liveliest and most ambitious exponents of ceramic sculpture.”

    Diana Bagnall
    Diana Bagnall Vogue
  • “Deborah Halpern's ceramics present a nerve-wracking challenge to any category lover.”

    Victoria Hammond
    Victoria Hammond Craft Australia
  • “The works of artist Deborah Halpern bring a contemporary vision to the time-honoured craft of ceramics that is fresh and fantastic.”

    Sir Gustav Nossal
    Sir Gustav Nossal Australian of the Year (2000)
  • “Deborah Halpern's artworks are metaphors for human experience, and inform the viewer of the artists's ideas and emotions.”

    Joe Pascoe
    Joe Pascoe Craft Victoria
  • “Deborah Halpern, for whom, one supposes, the medium itself and its innate qualities are subservient to the expression of ideas... Halpern’s methods reflect the sprightliness of her approach.”

    Peter Timms
    Peter Timms Author / Art Critic / Journalist
  • “Deborah Halpern's Angel sculpture has a real sense of discovery and best captured the sense of the city of Melbourne.”  

    Scott Edgar
    Scott Edgar Musician / Artist
  • “One of the challenges in this time of globalisation is not to lose sight of our Australian character. Artists must continue to forge our national identity, like Deborah Halpern, who embraces Australian larrikinism.”

    Ken Scarlett
    Ken Scarlett The Age

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  • “Over her 33-year career, Deborah Halpern has produced an extraordinary body of work and through her numerous public sculptures has become well known and respected within the community.”

    Arthouse Gallery Rushcutters Bay, NSW, Australia
  • “Halpern’s works exude an innate vitality and alluring simplicity. Spontaneous in form, her creatures are painted in a style that recalls visions of Gaudi, Picasso and the playful surrealism of French sculptor Niki de Sant Phalle, yet all have become distinctly Halpernesque in their ability to delight and surprise.”

    Niki de Saint Phalle Mossgreen
  • “Over her 27 year career Deborah Halpern has produced an incredible body of work and through her numerous public sculptures has become well-known and respected within the community.”

    National Gallery of Victoria NGV
  • “Halpern is a remarkable artist; she is a sculptor, a painter, a potter, a printmaker, and a sometime cabaret performer! Her work can be exuberant and whimsical but is also imbued with a deep artistry.”

    National Gallery of Victoria NGV
  • “Like all the best angels, she's joyous, bold and memorable. It's a work that has marked Deborah Halpern out as one Melbourne's most loved artists.”

    Jeannette Davison Australian Art Collector
  • Ophelia has always been one of Southgate’s and Melbourne's most well known icons created by Melbourne artist Deborah Halpern.”

    Southgate Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • Ophelia, once known as the “Face of Melbourne” stands outside the Southgate complex at Southbank, and was inspired by Shakespeare’s character in Hamlet.”

    Anna Crisholm Herald Sun
  • “Halpern is one of Melbourne’s most successful artists; the Angel is one of the city’s best known sculptures. Her Southbank sculpture, Ophelia... became the basis for Melbourne’s tourism image.”

    Deborah Stone The Age
  • “Deborah Halpern's images have helped define Melbourne’s identity.”

    Deborah Stone The Age
  • “Deborah Halpern is a highly recognised and respected contemporary artist with an acclaimed national and international reputation in the arts community.”

    Victorian Collections Culture Victoria
  • “Deborah Halpern is a rampantly fertile artist... Halpern's vision is not being starved of attention. Her work is sought after by private and public collectors, and, inevitably, it has broken out of the intimacy of home and gallery.”

    Diana Bagnall Vogue Australia
  • “Deborah Halpern's work exposes an art form which is among the freshest, most vigorous and most experimental in Australia.”

    Geoffrey Edwards National Gallery of Victoria
  • “Deborah Halpern is one of Australia's liveliest and most ambitious exponents of ceramic sculpture.”

    Diana Bagnall Vogue
  • “Deborah Halpern's ceramics present a nerve-wracking challenge to any category lover.”

    Victoria Hammond Craft Australia
  • “The works of artist Deborah Halpern bring a contemporary vision to the time-honoured craft of ceramics that is fresh and fantastic.”

    Sir Gustav Nossal Australian of the Year (2000)
  • “Deborah Halpern's artworks are metaphors for human experience, and inform the viewer of the artists's ideas and emotions.”

    Joe Pascoe Craft Victoria
  • “Deborah Halpern, for whom, one supposes, the medium itself and its innate qualities are subservient to the expression of ideas... Halpern’s methods reflect the sprightliness of her approach.”

    Peter Timms Author / Art Critic / Journalist
  • “Deborah Halpern's Angel sculpture has a real sense of discovery and best captured the sense of the city of Melbourne.”  

    Scott Edgar Musician / Artist
  • “One of the challenges in this time of globalisation is not to lose sight of our Australian character. Artists must continue to forge our national identity, like Deborah Halpern, who embraces Australian larrikinism.”

    Ken Scarlett The Age

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