Clive Murray-White has held over 30 solo exhibitions in leading commercial galleries and is included in the collections of Australia's major institutions. 


Clive Murray-White - The Alfred Felton Centenary Sculpture, commissioned by the Felton Bequest. NGVI. 2004.

Clive Murray-White

Clive Murray-White has been included in many major national exhibitions including Sydney Biennales. He has been short listed in Australia's major national Sculpture Prizes; Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2011, McClelland Contemporary Sculpture Survey Award and and the Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award. Clive's work is collected by the corporate and private sector and is included in the nation's leading collections, most notably the National Gallery of Australia, New Parliament House, Canberra, Victorian Supreme Court Melbourne and in the National Gallery of Victoria his most notable commission, the "Alfred Felton Centenary Sculpture" commemorating 100 years of the Felton Bequest 1904-2004 is on permanent display at the NGVI.


Visitors to Clive's marble studio

Visitors to Clive's marble studio

Open Marble Studio

Even though the studio has been open to the public since 1999, it is only recently that Clive has realised the full implications of both the affect on his process and the visitor experience. This has led him to believe that experiencing sculpture in the studio may be more rewarding for many visitors than seeing the same work in an art gallery setting. 


Australia Council Partnership program with LoyYang Power Senior Company Artist at the Power Station. 

Chillago Marble - Far North Queensland

".....no material can be more appropriate to create our art from....after all....each piece is a perfect slice of time....a perfect record of all the forces that actually formed our land, our marble has been neglected....you can't go out and buy it....you have to find it where it lies dotted about, often in very remote locations....the places where the stone can be found are often just as inspiring as the stone itself....the true character of the land always finds its way into the sculptures just as I feel that our light is trapped in the stone...". - Clive Murray-White