Madeleine Preston is a Sydney based artist working in painting, sculpture, and installation. The current focus of her practice is how people choose to remember the past and how and what they choose to forget. She is a director of Home@735 Gallery in Redfern


Etsy or Regretsy on ArtsHub

Gina Fairley has written a great article for ArtsHub about the Art Month Panel I recently appeared on with ceramic artist Eloise Rankine, artist Liz Payne and Sarah Ponthieu, PR and Communications Specialist for Etsy (Australia) 


I am in the latest issue of Artlink

Altair Roelant has written an indepth article on ceramics in New Zealand and Australia for Artlink. A big thank you to Altair for including my work in her article Material thinking and sustainability in contemporary ceramics, issue #36:1 Big Ideas of Artlink is available now.


If you can't make it to Casula here is the video of my work in the show

My work is visible from 30 seconds into this great film of the 64th Blake Prize exhibition at Casula Powerhouse

I am in Hashtag Winning at The Bearded Tit as part of Art Month

Hashtag Winning celebrates the second placers, the ‘almosts’ and life’s unlucky losers. On the street, Elvis Richardson creates her own monuments to art world success, while inside Madeleine Preston has sculpted sad trophies alongside our favourite runners up 110%. Last but not least, Tanja Bruckner & Selena Murray collaborate on some spectacularly sad animal abundances. Because it’s not about winning, it’s about how you fail the game. Artists showing: Elvis Richardson, 110%, Madeleine Preston & Tanja Bruckner with Selena Murray.
Dates: 22 February - 2 April 
Time: Mon - Friday : 4pm - Midnight Sat: 2pm - Midnight Sun: 2pm - 10pm FREE!
Place: The Bearded Tit 183 Regent St, Redfern, NSW 2016 view The Bearded Tit’s website


Found these in studio cleanup

Found some old paintings in studio cleanup the landscape is of Tasmania from 2007 and the portrait Girl in Cafeis from 2006 from the long gone Wedding Circle studio

photos by Joy Lai - Lyrebird Photography