Brooke Sutton Artist Profile
Brooke Sutton is a contemporary Aboriginal artist and a proud Kalkadoon woman from the emu foot province around the Mount Isa area in North West Queensland. Brooke has had a passion for painting since she was 8 years old and she has won various local art competitions and been commissioned for several artworks all whilst still at school. Brooke’s Great, Great, Great Grandmother is an apical ancestor of the Kalkadoon people and is the younger sister to renowned Aboriginal artist Chern’ee Sutton. Brooke is also related to Charlie Perkins a renowned Aboriginal activist who led the Freedom Ride in the late 1960s.
Brooke is a talented young emerging artist who paints her people’s stories which are visually unique in colour, composition and texture. Brooke is already building a reputable client base capturing the eyes of Government departments and collectors from around the world.
Brooke Sutton's artworks are a must-have investment piece for the future.
- Exhibition of paintings on permanent display at the Pullman and Mercure hotels King George Square Brisbane.
- Combined exhibition with my sister Chern’ee Sutton of 30 paintings across 5 corporate buildings in Brisbane.
- Painted and donated a Sherrin AFL football to the Adam Goodes and Mick O’Loughlin’s GO Foundation for a fundraiser to auction the ball to raise funds to provide education scholarships for Indigenous children.
- Paintings exhibited at Kepnock High School for International Womens Day.
- Paintings exhibited and for sale at Aboriginal Art Galleries in Sydney.
- Paintings exhibited at Queensland Tourism Industry Councils corporate office in Brisbane.
- Paintings exhibited and sold at Toowoomba Grammar School Art Show.
- Painting sold to the Queensland Director General for Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Partnerships office. The artwork was used on the Director Generals Christmas E-Message.
- Paintings exhibited at Kepnock School Girls Academy Graduation night.
- Held a painting workshop with the High School children from Woorabinda a remote Aboriginal Community for 2 days.
- My painting images supplied to be exhibited on the new Yagan Square Digital Tower in Perth.
- Exhibited my paintings for the year 12 Indigenous graduation.
- Winner of the Open Indigenous Category for the 2018 Lighthouse Festival.
- Donated one of my mixed media prints to the drought appeal and raised over $2,600.00 from my school which went to the drought-affected farmers.
- Paintings exhibited at the Moore Park Beach Festival.
- Donated a mixed media painting to the “love your sister foundation” for their black and white charity gala dinner to raise funds.
- Donated two mixed media artworks to the Relay for Life's monster raffle to raise money for the Cancer Council.
- Paintings exhibited for 2 weeks at Kepnock High School for NAIDOC week.
- Won 1st and 2nd place for my paintings at the Bundaberg Regional Show art competition age 13 to 18 years. Also won Grand Champion of the show out of all entries.
- Exhibited and sold 5 paintings at the launch of Girls Academy Program at Kepnock High School.
- Paintings exhibited at ArtFeast 2018 art exhibition in Bundaberg.
- Paintings exhibited at FSG on the Gold Coast in conjunction with the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
- Created an interactive art piece with my sister Chern’ee Sutton at the official opening of her exhibition at the Sofitel Hotel Broadbeach. I had all the guests and dignitaries place their fingerprints on the painting which is now hung permanently in the foyer of the Sofitel Broadbeach on the Gold Coast.
- Won 1st and 3rd place for my paintings at the Bundaberg Regional Show art competition age 9 to 12 years.
- Started painting a local Dreamtime story from the Taribelang Bunda people with my sister Chern’ee Sutton in Bundaberg in conjunction with Bundaberg Police and “Kids at Risk”. The mural took 6 weeks to complete at a local shopping centre with the idea behind the project to bring the whole community together.