Jill Carter-Hansen, also known as Jill Stewart and Jill Carter was brought up in the Waikato in a New Zealand rural community - animals were her first prime subject matter for drawing and photography. As a child she also had musical tuition . She completed a diploma course in Graphic Design after secondary School. She lived in the UK 1961-64. After returning to New Zealand she completed a BFA, (photography & drawing) exhibiting her 2D works and tutoring part-time in drawing and becoming involved in photo-journalism. She arrived in Australia from New Zealand in 1987 and published the first of several children's books. She exhibited in group and solo shows, also tutoring in Fine Arts and Graphic Design part-time. She completed her MA hons. in 1998. She worked in illustration for several Australian publishing houses, also freelancing in writing and photography( photojournalism) in Sydney and New Zealand. Her work has been included in numerous curated group shows. In the 1990’s, combining numerous mediums and techniques, she made her first experimental animated film. Her photographic collection of New Zealanders working in the Arts in Sydney from the’80’s, was acquired by The Turnbull Library, Wellington New Zealand in 2016. She lives and works in the inner west of Sydney, NSW.
Our database records art auction sales of works by Jill Carter-Hansen from 1991 and in total 54 works by the artist have been offered for sale, of which 26 (48%) were sold. No works have been offered for sale this year, and the last sale we have recorded for the artist was in 2022. Works by Jill Carter-Hansen are held by the Museum Of New Zealand.
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