Richard Woldendorp is our new patron.

Robert Juniper was a wonderful patron for the Trust. Following his passing in December 2012 the search was on for his replacement. Happily a Juniper contemporary, Richard Woldendorp, accepted the invitation to become our second ever patron.

RICHARD WOLDENDORP, PHOTOGRAPHER

Richard was born in the city of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1 January 1927. From an early age he showed an interest in painting and drawing and finally studied commercial art. After spending three years in Indonesia he decided to emigrate to the warmer climate of Australia, arriving in Western Australia in January 1951. Although destined for Sydney he decided to stay in Fremantle for a time. Working as a painting contractor, he saw a lot of Western Australia.

In 1955, he planned a holiday back to Holland and bought a camera, which was the beginning of his long association with photography. He became fascinated with the camera as a creative tool and consequently joined several camera clubs to improve and broaden his range of skills. By 1961 he had amassed both the confidence and a sufficient range of photographs to enter and win first and third prize in the Craven- A National Photographic competition. Also in this year he embarked on establishing himself as a professional photographer. More intrigued by the unusualness of the Australian landscape, he became a landscape photographer with a strong bias for aerial photography, which he still feels captures the vastness of the outback best. Since then his aspirations have included, equally, the personal development of his work and the maintenance of a successful photography business.

In 1991 he was made a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, in 1998 an Honorary Life Member and in 2002 he was admitted into the ACMP Hall of Fame. In December 2004 he was honoured as a State Living Treasure for his outstanding contribution to the visual arts, his skill, talent and intensity as a photographer and his original and awe-inspiring vision of the Australian landscape. In 2005 Lotterywest named him “Inspirational West Australian”. In the Queen’s Birthday Honours in June 2012 he was awarded the Order of Australia “For service to the arts as an Australian landscape photographer.” Over this time he has had 46 solo shows, contributing to many more, and is the author of 24 books, publishing many of these himself.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

  • Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney The Heinz Collection, Pittsburgh, USA
  • Art Gallery of WA, Perth National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
  • Australian National Gallery, Canberra National Library of Australia, Canberra
  • Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra State Library of WA, Perth
  • Hammersley Iron, Perth City of Stirling, WA
  • Woodside Energy Osborne Park Hospital, Perth
  • Macquarie Bank St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney

 

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Agfa Professional Industrial Photographer of the Year 1982
  • IAP Professional Photographer of the Year 1982
  • Western Australian Canon Professional Photographer of the Year, Landscape category 1984
  • Western Australian Canon Professional Photographer of the Year, Landscape category 1986
  • Western Australian Canon Professional Photographer of the Year, Landscape category 1988
  • Western Australian Canon Professional Photographer of the Year, Landscape category 1990
  • Fellow of the AIPP 1991
  • Western Australian Canon Professional Photographer of the Year, Industrial category 1992
  • AIPP Honorary Life Member
  • ACMP Hall of Fame 2002
  • W.A. State Living Treasure Award 2004
  • Lotterywest ‘Inspirational West Australian’ 2005
  • AM – Order of Australia ‘For service to the arts as an Australian landscape photographer’ 2012

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