Simone Griffin’s multidisciplinary practice incorporates painting, photography, installation and moving image.


Griffin’s intuitive approach to painting reflects a desire to blend worlds, both practically and conceptually. Griffin's use of airbrush to apply dot work is a subtle gesture in seeking freedom from a cultural binary by highlighting the commune between Western formalism and traditional Indigenous Australian painting.


Griffin received a BFA (Honours) from the National Art School, Sydney (2014). She was an Indigenous Emerging Finalist in the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize (2021) and was awarded the Sir William Dobell Art Foundation Drawing Prize at the National Art School (2013). Simone has participated in several group shows nationally.


NASHA Gallery will host her debut solo exhibition in May 2022. Please message us via the enquiry form on our Contact page if you would like to be added to the preview list for this highly anticipated show.