Lesley Duxbury was born in the UK and currently lives in Briagolong, Victoria.Lesley combines photography and printmaking to realise a range of works on paper regarding the landscape and atmospherics of place. She has exhibited nationally and internationally for over 30 years including 2021: Notes from the Field, MAMA, NSW; Nillumbik Prize for Contemporary Art, Vic. 2020: Swan Hill Prints & Drawings Award, Vic. 2019: Echo: a survey, Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale. 2018: Antipodean Views, Geelong Gallery, Victoria. 2017: Phantasm, Herhusid, Siglufjordur, Iceland. 2016: Breathing Hemispheres Blindside, Melbourne. 2015: Sky Lab Counihan Gallery, Melbourne; Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria. 27° South to 19° North: Contemporary AustralianPhotography, The Museum of the City of Cuernavaca, Mexico. 2014: Kyoto Hanga, Kyoto Municipal Museum, Japan.Her work is held in all major public collections in Australia. She has undertaken artist residencies in Iceland (2012, 2015 and 2017), Paris, Australia Council studio (1996), Fremantle Arts Centre (2017) and Bogong Centre for Sound Culture (2013 and 2020). In 2011 she was awarded an Australia Council for the Arts New Work Grant (established artist).