Angus Adameitis graduated from National Art School in 1999 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture.

Since graduating, Angus has regularly shown his work in solo and group shows, as well as many outdoor sculpture exhibitions nationally and internationally.

Angus' work has been awarded various awards and prizes, including the Transfield Prize for Sculpture in 1999, the Directors Prize 2000, Damon Courtney Young Sculptors Award 2001, Sell and Parker Material Sponsorship 2006 and The Lady Ethel Nock Six Inch Sculpture Award 2007. Angus has also exhibited regularly in various regional galleries and outdoor exhibitions, including numerous Sculpture by the Sea exhibitions throughout Australia and also in Denmark.

In 2000, Angus was awarded an artist residency at Academia Di Bella Arti Di Brera, Milan and in 2002 he was selected as the Australian sculptor to partake in the Art Omi International Residency, New York.

Angus lives and works in Sydney's inner west and continues to push the boundries of abstract sculpture.

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