Michael Bulloch

Michael Bulloch is a stonemason and sculptor. He is a member of the Australian stone advisory association. He has been a member of the Qld sculptors (formerly sculpture society) for a quarter of a century. As a long term resident of North Stradbroke Island . Michael’s works are held in private collections, on display in shops and cafés and galleries.

Public works include 
“CROSS” Saint Peter Channel church, Point Lookout
“IMAGES OF BRISBANE ” Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall
“YEAR OF THE FAMILY ” Villanova college, Coorparoo.

RECENT EXHIBITIONS
Swell sculpture festival 2009 “Monumental Lab Whale”
Swell sculpture festival 2012 “That first Kiss” 
Lines in the sand ephemeral art festival 2011 “The Bow”
Byron Bay writer’s festival 2011 “Keys to my heart” 
Lines in the sand ephemeral art festival 2012 “Pandanus tear”
Sculptors Queensland annual exhibition Chalkos gallery prize

AWARD HISTORY
1988 Landscape contractor of the year “Australian Stockman’s hall of fame”
2003 HIA QLD Trade contractor of the year “stonemasonry Swinbourne residence
2011 Byron Bay writers festival sculpture “Betty Churcher commendation prize”

The crusty old bugger teaches stonemasonry at TAFE and lives as a hermit on North Stradbroke Island. He creates sculptures inspired by nature, justice and whim. He can mostly be found eating drinking and his special subject is surfing.

PS He can make a great coffee.