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Robert Juniper

January 2011: Robert Juniper was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for services to the visual arts.

Robert Juniper was born in Merredin, Western Australia in 1929
1943-47 Commercial Art and Industrial Design, Beckenham School of Art, Kent, U.K.
1950 Worked in modelling shop of H.B. Brady and Co, Perth.
1950-52 Worked as graphic artist with J. Gibney and Sons, Perth.
1952-53 Attended lectures at East Sydney Technical College, informally.

Major Medium: Painting
Minor/Other Media: Sculpture, drawing, printmaking, stained glass, theatre design, jewellery

A West Australian, Robert Juniper studied commercial art and industrial design at Beckenham School of Art, England. He returned to WA in 1949 and taught art. Since 1974, Robert Juniper has devoted himself full-time to painting, sculpting and printmaking.

Recognised as an artist of poetic and spontaneous vision, Robert Juniper has established himself as one of Australia's leading painters. He is best known for his evocative depictions of the West Australian landscape. His main influences range from English painters of the early 1900s, Paul Klee, and Japanese work of the 19th century, through to his contemporary, Australian artist, Sam Fullbrook.

Robert Juniper has had numerous one-person exhibitions throughout Australia. His work can be found in all major Australian public collections. It has been represented in group shows of Australian contemporary art abroad - London, USA, New Zealand (1959 - 1967) and in Europe, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and New Caledonia (1979 - 1998). He has been the recipient of many awards and honours, including the Wynne Prize in 1976 and 1980, and the Mona McCaughey Prize in 1980. For his services to the arts in WA he was awarded a Western Australia Week Council's Citizen of the Year award, 1979, and an honorary doctorate by the University of Western Australia in 1984.

In 1998, along with eleven others, Robert Juniper was presented with a State Living Treasures Award by the Ministry for Culture and the Arts in Western Australia. He was commissioned as the Festival of Perth artist for 1999, the only artist to have been asked twice (the first time was in 1979 at the beginning of David Blenkinsop’s directorship). The Art Gallery of WA held a major survey exhibition of Robert Juniper work in 1999.


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National Bank, Perth: mural.

State Government Insurance Office, Perth: mural.

Thomas More College, W.A.: mural.
Parmelia Hotel, Perth: copper frieze.

Australian Broadcasting Commission, Perth: mural.

Australia and N.Z. Bank, Fremantle: mural.

Town of Mosman Park, 8 panels for Council Chambers

17th Festival of Perth: poster.

27th Festival of Perth: posters and banners.
Friends of the Festival of Perth: tapestry for Parliament House, Perth.

Print Council of WA: Last Summer's Moth, etching, edition of 40.

Burswood Hotel, Perth: multi-panelled brass screen.

Distance Education Centre, Perth: 'Painting our land: Meeting Robert Juniper' (including “My Life as a Boy” by Robert Juniper) published 1985.

Playhouse Theatre, Perth: theatre design, A.B. Facey's A Fortunate Life (adaptation C. Gorman).

Holy Trinity Church, York, WA: three century stained glass windows.
Playhouse Theatre, Perth: theatre design, Randolph Stow's Midnite (adaptation R. Tulloch).

Playbox Theatre, Melbourne; and Playhouse Theatre, Perth: theatre design, Heather Nimmo's The Hope.
Holy Trinity Church, York, W.A.: east window and altar frontal.
Forrest Chase, City of Perth: three stained glass windows.
Australian Legal Group: Cranes, etching, edition of 65.

Guildford Grammar School Chapel, Perth: north windows (in collaboration with Cedar Prest).
West Australian Ballet Company, Perth: set design and screenprint: Night of the Full Moon, in collaboration with Jacquie Carrol and Carl Vine (one of three ballets Visions, commemorating the Bi-centennial year).

West Australian Theatre Co: theatre design and poster, Playhouse Theatre production of Jimmy Chi's Bran Nue Dae.

Joondalup Development Corporation: Lake Joondalup, screenprint, edition of 90.
Black Swan Theatre Company: theatre design and poster, Shakespeare's welfth Night, inaugural multicultural production, directed by Andrew Ross.

Commonwealth Law Courts, Perth: Federal Coat of Arms.
Commonwealth Law Courts, Perth: Forecourt Sculpture.
Bateman Catholic Church, Perth: Madonna and Child, Baptismal painting, and Crucifix.

Black Swan Theatre Company: theatre design , Randolph Stow's Tourmaline, PICA, directed by Andrew Ross (adaptation D. Oxenburgh and A. Ross).
Black Swan Theatre Company: theatre design, Beckett's Waiting for Godot, Hole in the Wall Theatre, directed by Lucien Savron.

Guildford Grammar School, image for 1996 Centenary poster.

Black Swan Theatre Company, set design (with Kim Saunders) for Randolph Stow’s Merry-go-round in the Sea, directed by Andrew Ross (adaptation D. Oxenburgh and A. Ross).

Perth College, stained glass design, new chapel window.
Festival of Perth Poster Design for 1999. 2001 Gold Corporation – painting.

Sculpture for Midland Redevelopment Authority “Juniper Park”.

Design of stained glass windows for the new Bunbury Cathedral


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Perth Prize for Contemporary Art (St Xavier's Thorn and a Fetish 1954).

Perth Prize for Contemporary Art (Seeding 1957).

Perth Prize for Contemporary Art (Images of Kal 1959).
Rubinstein Travelling Scholarship (Images of Kal 1959).

Perth Prize for Contemporary Art (Yondi Lifts the Sky 1960).

Rubinstein Portrait Prize (second prize) (Portrait of Rose 1961).

McKeller Hall Prize, Commonwealth Games.

T.E. Wardle Invitation Prize.

Wynne Prize for Landscape Painting (Murchison Sand Plain 1975).

Western Australia Week Council's Citizen of the Year: Arts, Culture and Entertainment Award.

Wynne Prize for Landscape Painting (Flood Creek 1980).
Mona McCaughey Prize (Flood Creek 1980).

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Art Award (Les Baux 1983).

Honorary Doctorate (D. Litt.) from the University of Western Australia, Perth.

National Heritage Award, Contemporary Division (stained glass design, three Century windows, at Holy Trinity Church, York).

Kingfisher Prize (Lunchtime Game at the Johnno 1988).
State Living Treasures Award, Ministry for Culture and the Arts, WA.

Centenary Medal of Federation for Services to Australian landscape painting and Contemporary Arts

Presented with a medal from The Painters and Sculptors Association of Australia in recognition of his lifetime contribution to Australian Art as one of Australia’s leading artists.

January 2011: Robert Juniper was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for services to the visual arts.



1954-56 Perth College, part-time.
1956-64 Hale School, full-time.
1964-84 Guildford Grammar School, full-time and part-time.

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1957 Perth Group.



Art Gallery of Western Australia, Critic's Choice, Perth, 1982.
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Robert Juniper, Craftsman House, 1999. Bennett, Bruce and Snell, Ted. Darlington and the Hills, Curtin University of Technology, 1990.
Bonython, Kim. Modern Australian Painting 1950-75, 1960-70, 1970-75, 1975-80, Rigby, Adelaide, 1970, 1976, 1980.
Broinowski, Alison. The Yellow Lady: Australian Impressions of Asia, Oxford University Press, 1992.
Catalano, Gary. The Years of Hope, Australian Art and Criticism, 1959-68, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1981.
Craig, Edward D. Australian Art Auction Records 1973-75, 1975-78, Ure Smith, Sydney, Mathews/ Hutchinson, Sydney, 1975.
Dinham, Judith. Artist-Teachers: Works from the Western Australian College of Advanced Education Art Collection, WACAE, Perth, 1989.
Duffy, Pat. The Foulkes-Taylor Years, W.A.I.T., 1982.
Dufour, Gary (ed). State Art Collection: Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, 1997.
Esplanade Extravaganza Gallery. Classics for Collectors: Art - a totally new experience, Paul Terry International, Albany, 1991.
Fremantle Arts Centre. Landscape Images, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Perth, 1981.
Fry, Ella. Gallery Images from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Western Australia, St George Books, Perth, 1984.
Germaine, Max. Artists and Galleries of Australia and New Zealand, Lansdowne, Melbourne, 1979.
Artists and Galleries of Australia, Boolarong Publications, Brisbane, 1984.
Gooding, Janda. Western Australian Art and Artists 1900-1950, Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1987.
Gray, Anne. The Way We Were: 1940s - 1950s. From the University of WA Art Collection. Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA, Perth, 1996.
Gray, Anne. Swingtime: East Coast — West Coast: works from the 1960s - 1970s in The University of WA Art Collection. Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA, Perth, 1997.
Grishin, Sasha. Australian Printmaking in the 1990s: artist printmakers 1990-1995, Craftsman House, Sydney 1996.
Hawthorn, Bill. Some Contemporary Western Australian Painters and Sculptors, Vol 1, Apollo Press, Perth, 1982.
Haynes, Roslynn, Seeking the Centre: The Australian Desert in Literature, Art and Film, Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Horton, Mervyn. (ed), Present Day Art in Australia, Ure Smith, Sydney, 1969.
Hughes, Robert. The Art of Australia, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1970.
Jenkins, Brian. (ed), Art and Aria, Fine Arts Gallery, Perth, 1977.
Klepac, Lou. Contemporary Australian Drawing, 1978 Perth survey of drawing, WA Art Gallery, 1978.
Knorr, Hilda and Hans. Religious Art in Australia, Longman, Sydney, 1967.
Kolenberg, Hendrik. Robert Juniper, Drawings 1950-1980, Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1980.
Kroeger, John. Renniks Australian Artists, Renniks, Adelaide, 1968.
Luck, Ross K. The Australian Painters 1964-66, Contemporary Australian Painting from the Merz Collection, Griffin Press, Adelaide, 1966.
A Guide to Modern Australian Paintings, Sun Books, Melbourne, 1969. Lynn, Elwyn. The Australian Landscape and its Artists, Bay Books, Sydney, 1977, 1979, 1982.
The Art of Robert Juniper, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1986. Mason, Murray. (ed) Contemporary Western Australian Painters and Printmakers, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Perth, 1979.
Minc, Salek. Robert Juniper, Recent Paintings, February-March 1979, Festival of Perth, Lister Gallery, Perth, 1979.
McCulloch, Alan. Encyclopedia of Australian Art, Hutchinson, Melbourne, 1968, 1969, 1977, 1984.

McCulloch, Bianca. (ed) Each Man's Wilderness, Reflections by Australian Artists, (22 Artists write on their work), Rigby, Adelaide, 1980.
McGrath, Sandra and John Olsen. The Artist and the Desert, Bay Books, Sydney, 1981.
Murphy, Bernice, Pemandangan alam dan Khayal. Landscape and Image, A Selection of Australian Art of the 1970's. Australian Art Directors Council Limited, Champion Press, Sydney, 1978.
O'Brien, Philippa. Robert Juniper, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1992. Pringle, John Douglas. Australian Painting Today, Thames and Hudson, London, 1963.
Reed, John (ed). New Painting 1952-62, Longmans, Melbourne, 1963.
Australian Landscape Painting, Longmans, Melbourne, 1965.
Robertson, Bryan. (ed), Recent Australian Painting, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, June-July 1961.
Scarlett, Ken. Contemporary Sculpture in Australian Gardens, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1993.
Scott, John. Landscapes of Western Australia. Photographed by Richard Woldendorp. Aeolian Press, Perth, 1986.
Sharkey, Christine M. 'A Modernist Historical Commission: Robert Juniper's National Bank Mural of 1954'. Preliminary Masters thesis, University of Western Australia, 1985.
'Robert Juniper's National Bank Mural of 1954' in Essays in Art and Architecture in Western Australia, ed. Bromfield, Centre for Fine Arts, University of Western Australia, 1988.
Robert Juniper in The Song of the Lamb: The Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Art Gallery of WA; Wesfarmers, Perth 1989.
Sherry, Beverley. Australia's Historic Stained Glass Murray Child, Sydney, 1991.
Smith, Bernard. Australian Painting 1788-1960, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1962.
Australian Painting 1788-1970, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1971. Snell, Ted. Cinderella on the Beach: A Source Book of Western Australia's Visual Culture, UWA Press, 1991.
Stannage, Tom. Lakeside City: The Dreaming of Joondalup, University of WA Press, 1996. Sturgeon, Graham. The Painter's Vision. Bay Books, Sydney, 1989.
Thomas, Laurie. The Most Noble Art of Them All, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, 1976. Walker, Robert. Painters in the Australian Landscape, Hale and Iremonger, 1988.
Whittle, Bertram. Ten Western Australian Artists, The Western Australian Art Gallery, 18th August-26th September 1976.
Woldendorp, Richard and Stringer, John, Western Australian Artists in Residence Sandpiper Press, 1995.



Max Brown, Wild Turkey, Georgian House, Melbourne, 1958, dustjacket.
Randolph Stow, To the Islands, Penguin, Melbourne, 1962, cover.
Randolph Stow, Tourmaline, Penguin, Melbourne, 1965, cover.
Michael Tippett, Piano Concerto; Piano Sonata No. 2 (John Ogdon and the Philharmonic Orchestra), The Record Society 1965, record cover.
Trevor Todd, Mason Judy, Methuen, Sydney, 1977, cover and illustrations.
Ted Noffs, By What Authority, Methuen, Sydney 1979, cover.
Albert Facey, A Fortunate Life, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Perth, 1981, cover and illustrations. Albert Facey, A Fortunate Life, Penguin, Melbourne, 1981, cover.
Lilla Cole, Asphodel, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Perth, 1982, cover and illustrations
Wilfred Josephs, Symphony No. 5 (Pastoral) op. 75, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra: conductor David Measham. Unicorn-Kanchana, 1983, record cover.
The Bulletin, Black and white drawing for poem by R.P. Brissenden, 'Leaves from Dodonia' December 1983.
Wilfred Josephs, Requiem op. 39. Robert Dawe, baritone; Adelaide String Quartet, Symphony orchestra and chorus; conductor, David Measham. Unicorn-Kanchana, 1983, record cover.
G. Dutton, The Australian Collection, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1985. illustration. William Hart-Smith, Selected Poems 1936-1984, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1985. cover.
Leonie Kramer (ed), My Country: Australian Poetry and Short Stories 200 Years,
Lansdowne-Rigby, Sydney, 1985, illustration.
Koutsoukis, A.J. Western Australia: A Brief History, Longman Cheshire, Sydney 1988, illustration [Fishing Lesson, Roebuck Bay, 1981], cover.
The Bible Society in Australia: Good News Bible, Bicentennary edition 1988. Daniel.
Bolton, The Wollaston Journals . UWA Press, 1991, cover [York stained glass windows].
Don Munday, Tin Dog, Damper and Dust, UWA Press, 1991, cover [ Australian Workman 1989].
Australia Post, as part of philatelic series Heidelberg and Heritage, The Moderns in 1990 issue; illustration for 28c stamp [Salmon Gums, 1989].
The Bible Society in Australia: The Good News Bible, 175th Anniversary edition, 1992. Daniel.
Craftsman House, Images: A Sourcebook of Contemporary Australian Painting 1992 illustration [Scene with a Bird 1980].
Duncan Graham (ed.) Being Whitefella Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1994. cover.
Margaret Zucker, From Patrons to Partners, a history of the Catholic church in the Kimberley 1884-1984, University of Notre Dame Australia Press, Fremantle, 1994, cover [Sunday at Lombadina Mission 1994].
Australia Post, as part of Australia Day 1995, illustration for $1.05 stamp. Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Summer Shorts, illustrations [Les Amies 1990, 3 drawings] 1995.
Artbeat: Australian Reflections on the Arts in Society, CD-ROM, Queenland University of Technology, V1.0 30.6.97



'Robert Juniper', Tape 96, Hazel de Berg, National Library of Australia, 29th May 1965.
'Robert Juniper', Hendrik Kolenberg, The Art Gallery of Western Australia, 30th May 1980.
'Interview with Robert Juniper', Barbara Blackman, National Library of Australia, 1980.
'Conversation with WA Artists' Gareth Morse, Hovea Gallery, 1989.
'Masterclass', interview with Lou Klepac, Festival of Perth 1993.

'Juniper Brothers', in 'Contact', Brendan Wood, Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1st August 1980.
'Artists Working in WA - Robert Juniper', Curtin University of Technology, 1982.
'Meet the Artist - Robert Juniper', Trevor Todd, Audio-Visual Education Branch, Education Department of WA, Perth, 1986.
'Robert Juniper', in 'Sunday Afternoon with Peter Ross', Australian Broadcasting Corporation, August 1989.
Arts Review: 1990 produced by Ian Parmenter.
Art History of WA 1950-1980, David Bromfield, Ministry of Education and Reel Images 1993.
'Imagine' [Juniper Artists] SBS Television, 9 October 1994.
‘Artists Travels’, Landscape and You, PAGE series, Edith Cowan University 1996
‘Postcards’ Episode 32, Channel 9, 17 October 1999.



Robert Juniper, 'Techniques in Acrylic Mixed Media', Australian Artist, July 1985.
Illustration: A Man and His Dog, oil and acrylic on canvas 183 x 183 cms, 1985.
Robert Juniper, 'Artist's Choice' Art and Australia, Spring, 1985. 'The Butcher' by Sam Fullbrook.
George Haynes: A Survey, Three decades of painting. Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1988. Foreword Robert Juniper.
Robert Juniper, 'Give Easter a break' Inside Cover. West Australian, April 18 1992 (with illustration).
Robert Juniper, 'Time to create history' Inside Cover. West Australian, April 25 1992. Robert Juniper, ‘Searching for a Black Ancestry’ Being Whitefella, Duncan Graham (ed), Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1994. [Flight Over Lennonville front cover.]
2009 'Robert Juniper' by Gavin Fry, The Beagle Press



Talk for Conference:  'Art Meets Architecture in the City', Urban Thresholds, Perth, 4th October 1989.

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Solander Gallery, Canberra, ACT
Gomboc Gallery, Perth, WA
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Gallery 460, Gosford, NSW.
Solander Gallery, Canberra, ACT.

North and other points, Gomboc Gallery, Perth
With a sense of place, with Max Miller and Margaret Woodward, Framed Gallery, Darwin
Robert Juniper Retrospective, Art Gallery of WA

Images of the Kimberley, Solander Gallery, Canberra.
Recent Images, Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney.

Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Monsoon Gallery, Broome.
Gallery 460, Gosford, NSW.

Australian Galleries, Melbourne.
Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Solander Gallery, Canberra.
Gallery 460, Gosford, NSW.
1996 Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane.
Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney.

Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney.

Gomboc Gallery, Perth.

Exhibition and book launch: Robert Juniper by Philippa O'Brien (Craftsman House). Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane.
Solander Gallery, Canberra.

Drawings and Things, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Gallery 460, Gosford.
Australian Galleries, Melbourne.

Chapman Gallery, Canberra.
Holdsworth Gallery, Sydney.

Kimberley and Other Oz Images, Lister Gallery, Perth.

Images of Australia, Australian Galleries, Melbourne.
Artist in Focus: Robert Juniper, Education Project, Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane.

Exhibition and book launch: The Art of Robert Juniper, by Elwyn Lynn (Craftsman House). Lister Gallery, Perth.
Exhibition and book launch: The Art of Robert Juniper, by Elwyn Lynn (Craftsman House). Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney.

Recent Paintings, Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney.

Lister Gallery, Perth.
Family and Friends: Drawings, Fremantle Arts Centre.

Recent Work and Drawings from Asphodel, Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney.

Drawings from Asphodel, Fremantle Arts Centre.
Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane.

The Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Adelaide Festival of Arts. Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide.
Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney.
Robert Juniper Drawings

Festival of Perth Exhibition (catalogue foreword by John Olsen and essay by Salek Minc), Lister Gallery, Perth.

Etchings and Drawings, Miller Gallery, Perth.

West Australian Landscapes: Paintings and Graphics, Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney.
Illustrations for Mason Judy by Trevor Todd (Methuen). Undercroft Gallery, UWA.

Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With William Boissevain, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Geoffrey Allen, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Pat Jordanoff, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
With Sam Fullbrook, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Ninette Dutton, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Francis Gill, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With George Haynes, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Nihonbashi Gallery, Tokyo.
With Pat Jordanoff, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Brian McKay, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Bonython Gallery, Adelaide.

With Tom Gleghorn, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Brian McKay and Pat Jordanoff, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Robert Juniper - A Painter from Western Australia, Museum of Modern Art and Design of Australia, Melbourne.
'Monthly Feature No. 27' Art Gallery of Western Australia

With Margaret Olley and Allin Braund, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Pat Jordanoff, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

With Pat Jordanoff and George Voudouris, Adult Education Rooms, Howard Street, Perth.

With Pat Jordanoff, Adult Education Rooms, Howard Street, Perth.


Public Collections

Art Gallery of Western Australia:
- Ever Upward: The Wild Horses 1996, oil and acrylic on Belgian linen, 180 x 180 cms, acquired 1996 (through Friends of AGWA).
- The Four Year Re-fit: Broome 1986-1995, oil and acrylic on canvas, 183 x 243 cms, acquired 1996.
- Crocodile and Water Nymphs at Willie Creek 1989, oil and acrylic on Belgian linen, 183 x 243 cms, acquired 1990
- Outcamp 1977, mixed media on canvas, 172.8 x 233.8 cms, acquired 1978.
- (untitled) landscape 1964, oil on canvas, 171.5 x 164.5 cms, acquired 1964.
- Dancers on a Wall 1962, oil on hard board, 71 x 107 cms, acquired 1962.
- Landscape Merredin 1962, oil on plywood, 76.5 x 100.5 cms, acquired 1962.
- Equinox 1958, oil on hardboard, 71.2 x 100.3 cms, acquired 1958.
- Still Life circa 1955, pencil drawing, 50.2 x 60.4 cm purchased 1955
- Portrait of Albert Tucker, circa 1970, drawing, 37.5 x 27.7 cm. gifted 1984
- Outcamp 1977, pencil and powdered graphite, 75.4 x 106 cms, acquired 1978
- System Six, pencil and wash drawing on paper on plywood, loaned 1984.
- Iron Thicket 1979, steel sculpture, acquired 1989.
- Coral and Fish 1977,etching, 13.6 x 16.4 cms image, acquired 1977.
- Black Shuck 1977, sugar lift aquatint, 13.5 x 20 cms image, acquired 1977.
- Rising Wind 1977, etching, 25.1 x 31.2 cms image, acquired 1977.
- Falling Rider 1978, (folio of 7): a) colour serigraph 81.5 x 63.5 cms/sheet, b) pencil and powdered graphite 76 x 57 cms/sheet, c) bromide, photographic and colour separations, gifted 1980.
- Rider 1979, (folio of eight), a) colour serigraph 81.7 x 64 cms/sheet, b) pencil and powdered graphite 76 x 57 cms/sheet, c) bromide, photographic and colour separations, gifted 1980
- Murchison Gorge 1981, etching and aquatint, 45.5 x 50.5 cms image, acquired 1981.
- Cranes 1987, colour etching, 35.5 x 54.9 cms image, gifted 1988.

Art Gallery of New South Wales:
- The River Dies in January (diptych) 1977, mixed media, 151.5 x 303.0 cms, acquired 1978.
- Glasshouse 1958, oil, 76.0 x 101.5 cms, acquired 1958.
- Image of Kal (The Golden Mile, Kalgoorlie) 1959, enamel and metal paint, 72.1 x 77.6 cms, acquired 1972 (donated by Patrick White).
- Rising Wind 1977, etching, 25 x 31 cms.
- The Afghan 1979, collograph, 37 x 50 cms
- The Afghan 1979, collograph, 37 x 50 cms.
- My Dog Mac 1979, collograph, 53 x 33 cms.
- Mandy Visits 1979, collograph, 57 x 45 cms.
- Man, Dog and Magpies 1979, collograph, 26 x 24 cms.
- Cranes 1987, colour etching, 35 x 54 cms.
- Landscape with Juniper 1991.

Australian National Gallery, Canberra:
- Greenmount Hill 1967, 168 x 176 cms oil and acrylic on canvas, acquired 1970.
- Cranes 1987, colour etching, 35 x 54 cms

Australiana Fund:
- Fishing Lesson: Roebuck Bay 1981, mixed media on canvas, 8' x 6'.

Brisbane City Council:
- Afternoon Walk 1988, mixed media on canvas, 9 x 5", acquired 1988.
- Down the Valley 1988, mixed media, 9 x 5", acquired 1988.
- Plant Form III 1988, steel sculpture, acquired 1988.

Bunbury Art Galleries:
- Coastal Landscape with Star Coral 1961, 84 x 131 cms

Fremantle Arts Centre:
- A Fortunate Life 1981, (cover illustration for A B Facey's book, Fremantle Arts Centre Press), mixed media, 3 x 4', acquired 1981.
- A Fortunate Life 1981, six pencil and graphite drawings, acquired 1981.

Geelong Art Gallery:
- Voyage of Venus Through the Infernal Regions, c1968, mixed media on canvas.

Library and Information Service of WA:
- Flight Over Lennonville 1984, mixed media on canvas, 183 x 183 cms

Mildura Arts Centre:
- The Hill Behind Me 1979 drawing

National Art Gallery of Victoria:
- Flyaway 1960, oil, paper, burin on hardboard, 97.5 x 106.4 cms, acquired 1981.
- (untitled) landscape 1963, oil on canvas,91.4 x 136.5 cms, acquired 1964.
- Cranes 1987, colour etching, 35 x 54 cms.

Northern Territory Museum of Arts and Sciences:
- Kiku 1966. oil on board, 18 x 13 cms, acquired 1986
- Ruins of "L" 1978, mixed media on canvas, 181 x 118 cms, acquired 1979.
- Cranes 41/65 1987, etching, acquired 1988.

Parliament House, Canberra:
- The Polesnare Man 1994, oil and acrylic on Belgian linen, 122 x 91 cms, acquired 1995.

Queensland Art Gallery:
- They Don't Stay Long 1982, mixed media on canvas, 6' x 8', acquired 1982.
- Three Kings Came c1962, oil on composition board, 80 x 58 cms (gift of Thomas Shapcott 1992).
- Cranes 1987, colour etching, 35 x 54 cms.

Woolongong City Gallery:
- Blue Garden 1975, oil, 40 x 30 cms.


Private Collections

Alcoa Art Collection:
- Ruins of Lennonville 1976, 168 x 120 cms, oil on canvas
- Nanine 1977, 23 x 30 cm
- Paynes Find 1977, 23 x 30 cm
- The Road from Magnet 1977, 23 x 30 cm
- Lake Austin 1977, 91 x 61 cms

BHP Art Collection:
- Burn Off 1970, mixed media on canvas, 176 x 183 cm,.
- Artefact at Amadeus 1984, mixed media on canvas, 183 x 246 cms.
- Sea Plant, sculpture cast on bronze (from Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe, 2008).

Christensen Fund:
- Girl with Garland 1950, oil on board
- Birds and Leaves 1968, 78 x 179 cm, oil on board
- Sand Dune 1976 58.5 x 88.3 cm oil on board
- (untitled) 1979 22 x 30 cm, oil on board

Edith Cowan University:
- East Wind circa 1950 diptych (2x 176 x 184cm) oil on canvas
- Abstract Cottages 1960 280 x 230 cm oil on hardboard
- Erotic Landscape 1976 173 x 127 cm oil on canvas, acquired 1978
- River Valley 1974 53 x 43 cm, oil on canvas
- Tributary 1974 64 x 46 cm, oil on canvas
- Lennonville circa 1974
- Riders 1979, serigraph, acquired 1997

Curtin University of Technology:
- Blackwood River n.d. 90 x 120 cms, oil on board, purchased 1970
- Landscape 1974, 123 x 173 cms, oil on canvas, acquired 1975
- (untitled) 1979, 21 x 30 cms, oil on plywood
- Day Shift, screenprint 61 x 39 cms
- Plant Form II 1980, 500 x 307 x 409 cms, steel construction (commissioned work)

Guildford Grammar School:
- Water Hole at Great Fingal 1985, mixed media, 6 x 8 ft.
- Nostalgia, 1995, oil and acrylic on Belgian linen, acquired 1995 for Centenary Poster 1996.

The Robert Holmes a Court Collection:
- Flood Creek 1980, mixed media on canvas, 183 x 236. (winner of Wynne Prize, 1980).
- A Ring of Grass Trees 1978, oil and acrylic on canvas, 167 x 177 cms.
- Fire Spirits 1964, mixed media, 81.3 x 91.3 cm.
- Wagon Wheel Bird Creek 1979, pencil, 110 x 76 cm.
- Rider 1979,serigraph, 60.7 x 44.5 cms
- Fallen Rider 1979, serigraph, 58.4 x 42.5 cms
- Murchison River 1981, etching, 40 x 50 cm.
- Murchison Loop 1981, etching, 40 x 50 cm.
- Murchison Gorge 1981, etching, 40 x 50 cm.
- Cicada Song 1986, print.

Ind Coope Collection: UK
- Nanine 1966, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 74 cms.

Mertz Collection, Texas, USA:
- Landscape 1964, mixed media on canvas, 173 x 145 cm.
- Summer 1964-66, mixed media on canvas, 125 x 51 cm.

Murdoch University:
- Bird Form 1988, sculpture.

Reserve Bank, Sydney:
- Moorine Rock 1962, 106½ x 152 cms.

Royal Perth Hospital:
- Shell Searchers 1967, acrylic on board, 64.5 x 120.7 cms, Claude Hotchkin Art Gift 1967.
- Sara's Pool 1961, oil on canvas, 76 x 101 cms.
- The Pilgrim 1962, oil on board, 63.5 x 76.2 cms.
- Northern Landscape 1962, oil on canvas, 35.6 x 55.9 cms.
- Falling Rider 1978, colour serigraph, 57.5 x 42 cms.
- Joe's Camp 1979, oil on board, 52.2 x 60.5 cms.
- Boomer 1988, limited edition etching, 61.5 x 79 cms.

Bank of Western Australia:
- Horseman 1985, mixed media on canvas, 198.5 x 198.5 cm
- Hill Picture 1980, acrylic and charcoal, 198.5 x 155 cm.
- A Windy Day in the West 1985, mixed media on canvas, 183 x 183 cms.
- South of Hedland: Winter 1988, mixed media on Belgian linen, 122 x 152 cms.
- Landscape with Flowers 1971, oil, 92 x 127 cms.
- Thursday Hill 1983, oil and acrylic on canvas
- Murchison Loop 1981, etching, 70 x 92 cms
- Murchison Gorge 1981, etching, 70 x 92 cms.
- Murchison River 1981, etching, 70 x 92 cms
- The Night of the Full Moon 1989, screenprint, 80 x 106 cms.

State Bank of Victoria:
- Great Dune on the Greenough c.1976 mixed media.

Swan Brewery Art Collection:
- Mason Judy, collection of painting and drawings to illustrate the book Mason Judy.
- Pond and Stream 1977, pencil and graphite on paper, 100 x 70 cms
- After the Burn , oil on canvas, triptych, 3 x (122 x 122) cms
- Anean 1979, oil on board, 27 x 41 cms.
- Dragonfly, etching/aquatint.

University of Adelaide
- Untitled 1964

The University of Western Australia:
- (untitled) [The Founding of Australia] 1956, oil on hardboard, 325 x 189 cm.
- (untitled) 1974, 119.8 x 150.5 cm, oil on canvas, acquired 1974.
- Landscape with Exotic Tree 1979, mixed media on hardboard 75.5 x 172.8 cm, acquired 1979.
- Portrait of Rose 1967, oil on hardboard, 122.0 x 61.0 cm, acquired 1979. 5. Festival Poster 1979, 1978, 103.5 x 67.0 cm, oil on composition board, acquired 1978.
- Old Place 1974, oil on canvas mounted on hardboard, 61.0 x 86.5 cm,acquired 1975.
- St Xavier's Thorn and Fetish 1954, oil on composition board 55.0 x 75.0cm, acquired 1985.
- Small Saint with Star 1957, oil on hardboard, 76.4 x 31.1 cm, acquired 1978.
- (untitled) 1958, oil on hardboard, 60 x 52 cms. gifted by Anne Mendelson bequest 1988.
- Cactus 1963, Oil on composition board 53.5 x 33.4 cm acquired 1985.
- (untitled) 195?, oil on hardboard, 30.5 x 15.5 cms, gifted by Anne Mendelson bequest 1988.
- Plant Form 1976-77, welded steel sculpture, acquired 1977.
- Summer Day 1978, pencil, acquired 1978.
- Murchison River 1981, etching, 40 x 50 cm, acquired 1981.
- Murchison Gorge 1981, etching, 40 x 50 cm, acquired 1981.
- Murchison Loop 1981, etching, 40 x 50 cm, acquired 1981.

Wesfarmers Art Collection:
- Conversation 1986, mixed media on canvas, 6 x 8 ft.
- Still Life with Nasturtiums 1988, mixed media.


Newspaper Articles

C G, “Joint Art Show is Important”, West Australian, 21 July 1953
C G, “Art Show Reveals Modern Outlook”, West Australian, 24 August 1954 C G, “Contemporary Art Show is Inspiring”, West Australian, 8 January 1954
L Thomas, “Perth Artist paints mural for the bank”, Sunday Times, 30 January 1955 C G, “Contrasts in Mural Art”, West Australian, 19 February 1955
Robert Smith, “Vague Paths in Art”, Sunday Times, c.1956 [date unknown] “Artist's Reply to Art Critic”, Sunday Times, c.1956 [date unknown]
C G Hamilton, “Milestone set in local art”, West Australian, 19 January 1959, p8. C G Hamilton, “3 aspects of creative art”, West Australian, 16 April 1959 p1
“Artist Honoured”, West Australian?, 8 May 1959 [plus photo] C G Hamilton, “Many art entries merely imitative”, West Australian, 11 August 1959
“WA Artist Wins Prize”, West Australian, 9 September 1959 Helen Pope, “Art” West Australian, 28 November 1959 [brief mention]
Helen C. Pope, “Mediocrity Shows in Exhibition”, West Australian, 2 March 1960, p12 “Mr Perth's Diary”, Sunday Times, 20 March 1960, p16 [review of Perth Group's 1960 exhibition]
“The Mural is W.A. Made”, West Australian, 22 June 1960, [plus photo] “Open Air Art Show is fun”, West Australian, 23 January 1961 [Perth Group, brief mention]
[illustration and text],  West Australian, 5 November 1961 “Artist Juniper Wins £100 prize”, West Australian, 23 January 1962
“New Gallery’s First Show disappoints”, West Australian, 28 January 1962, p12 [brief mention] Helen C. Pope, “Art”, West Australian, 8 December 1962 [brief mention]
Hillary Merrifield, “Abstract Artist near to Reality”, West Australian, 30 January 1964 Ernest Philpot, “Art back from holidays”, Daily News, 4 February 1964
Hillary Merrifield, “Art Exhibition provides Something for All Tastes”, West Australian, 15 April 1964 [brief mention] Hillary Merrifield, “Artist Shows Poetic Touch”, West Australian, 28 September 1964, p29
“Show Caters for All Art Tastes”, West Australian, 13 August 1965 Hillary Merrifield, “Painter Views Land with Eyes of Poet”, West Australian, 15 May 1968, p17
Laurie Thomas “An artist's need to be alone”, [details unknown] March 1969 Murray Mason, “Artist Shows Sensitivity and Skill”, West Australian, 21 April 1969
Laurie Knott, “Display by Juniper fascinating”, Sunday Times, 27 April 1969 Hillary Merrifield, “Lyricism in Juniper Works”, West Australian, 16 December 1969, p10
Murray Mason “Art Galleries’ Advice to Perth”? [plus photo],  West Australian, 31 January 1970 [re Archibald Prize] Murray Mason, “New Juniper Exhibition is Visual Poetry”, West Australian, 8 September 1970 p16
Murray Mason, “Themes and Variations”, West Australian, 12 September 1970 “At Home with the Junipers”, Sunday Times, 4 October 1970
Murray Mason, “W.A. Artists in pleasing display”,  West Australian, 5 October 1972 Tom Jenkins, “I Try to Focus the Feelings I Have”, West Australian, 28 March 1973
Murray Mason, “Persuasive Beauty in Juniper Exhibition”, West Australian?, 28 July 1973 “Sculptures Explode into Shape”, Ashburton Guardian, New Zealand, 28 July 1973
P A L, “Australian Sculptor uses Explosions Creatively”, Western Times, Ahamedabad, 27 August 1973 “At Last -The Juniper Tree” [plus photo], Daily News, 28 August, 1973
A I S, “Australian Sculptor explodes New Work”, Art News, New Delhi, September 1973 Laurie Knott, “Elegant Web of fact and fantasy”, Sunday Times, 12 May 1974
Elizabeth Riddell, “Framework for Artists Lib”, Extra, Australian, 1974/75 Murray Mason, “Variations in colour by two artists”, West Australian c. May 1975
Cedric Baxter, “Change in style”, [details unknown] c. May 1975 Murray Mason, “An Exhibition to see, Talk about, Admire”, West Australian, c.1976
Geraldine Pascall, “The Making of an Authentic Genius” Australian, 1976 [date unknown] “Prize for W.A. artist”, Morning Herald, 24 January 1976
Patrick Hutchings, “A Boom in the West”, Australian, 24 August 1976 “A Buzzing, Excited Pitch”, Australian, 24 January 1977
Clifford Tolchard, “Inspiration from the Deserts”, West Australian, 19 July 1977, p39 Sandra McGrath, “The Artist Knows What he is Doing”, Australian,  8 August 1977
Sandra McGrath, “A Man at High Noon”, Australian, 3 October 1977 Mary Rossini, “Story of a Magic Stone”, Daily News, 18 November 1977
Frances Kelly, “Time to Think about Christmas Shopping”, National Times,  21 November 1977 Adelaide Advertiser, (illustration)  3 December 1977
“Mason Judy”, Sydney Morning Herald, 10 December 1977 Pamela Brown, “Thinking of the Children”, West Australian, 17 December 1977
Sandra McGrath, “The Canvas Sweepstakes”, Weekend Australian, 17-18 December 1977 Andrew Saw, “A Chromatic Battering for Juniper”, Australian, 20 December 1977
“Mason Judy”, Australian Financial Review, 23 December 1977 Murray Mason, “The Juniper Hallmark”, West Australian, 11 May 1978
“Sunflowers in Blue for Festival”, West Australian, 30 September 1978 Murray Mason, “Juniper Lands a Pinnacle for Festival”, West Australian, 16 February 1979
Peter Ward, “The Man Who Took Perth by Storm”, Australian, 20 March 1979 “Juniper Shines in the Dim Studio Light”, Daily News, 5 June 1979
“Tapestry Presented”, West Australian, 21 July 1979 Jane Sullivan and Rebecca Batties, “Matthew, Mark, Luke, John...and Phillip”, The Age 1980
Kate Crawford, “Good Heavens - Agnostic is a Work of Art” Daily Telegraph 22 March 1980 “Archibald Win Causes Argument”, West Australian, 22 March 1980
Nancy Borlaise, “Archibald Award Assailed by Critic”, Herald, c. March 1980 Richard Coleman, “Archibald Prize to Melbourne”, Sydney Morning Herald, 1980
Joe Scavo, “Walters Rises from the ashes to win Archibald”, The Weekend Australian  22 March 1980 Murray Mason, “Gentle images of the world around us”, West Australian, 10 April 1980, p51
Richard Coleman, “Sydney sees WA artist's work”, Sydney Morning Herald, 1 July 1980 Sandra McGrath, “Juniper Brings the Ghost Towns to the Big City”, Australian, 1 July 1980
“No-shows Didn't Stop This Show”, Daily Mirror, 2 July 1980 Delamore McNicoll, “Slow Payers”, Sunday Telegraph, 6 July 1980
Josephine Maher, “Portrait of an Artist at his pinnacle”, West Australian, 24 July 1980 R. Jasas, “Robert Juniper ... Pride of W.A.”, Sunday Times, 3 August 1980
Gareth Morse, “Quintessential Juniper”, Australian, 26 August 1980 “Prize Painting picked Again”, Daily News, 17 March 1981
“McCaughey Prize”, Western Mail,21 March 1981 Max Brown, “Portrait of an Art Collector”, National Times, 10 May 1981
Leslie Anderson, “WA scoops pool of valuable art”, Sunday Times, 20 September 1981 Murray Mason, “Juniper's Greatest Work”, West Australian, 24 September 1981
“Inspired by System Six”, West Australian, 1 December 1981 “Art in the Vineyard”, West Australian, 12 December 1981
Peter Hackett, “Juniper paints with a loving brush”,  Western Mail, 17 April 1982 Santina Stransky, “A beer, a chilli...and that's breakfast”, Daily News, 20 October 1982
Dr G Langer, “Top W.A. artist on show in City”, Courier Mail, Brisbane, November-December 1982 Trea Wiltshire, “Fairytale end for Asphodel”,  Western Mail, 20 November 1982
“A brush with competition”, Weekend News, 27 November 1982 Tom Jenkins, “An expensive escape with minority appeal”, West Australian, 11 December 1982
Murray Mason, “Juniper 21 years on”, West Australian, 26 June 1984 Donna Sadka, “Fleshing out Facey's life”, West Australian, 5 July 1984
Julie Prott, “Landscape theme dominates”, Sunday Times, 15 July 1984 Trea Wiltshire, “Enter Juniper in every direction”, Western Mail, 22-23 September 1984
D Britten, “Not so fortunate on stage”, West Australian, 27 October 1984 C O'Brien, “Honest portrayal of a gutsy battler”, Western Mail, 3-4 November 1984
A Burns, “My favourite room: Robert Juniper”, Western Mail Magazine, 8-14 February 1985 Ted Snell, “Artist's envy of untutored style”, The Australian, 23 May 1985
Nadine Amadio, “A Double not to miss”, Sunday Telegraph, 26 May 1985 Elwyn Lynn, “Fine studies in appropriation”, Weekend Australian Magazine, 1-2 June 1985
“A Festival looks at Landscapes”, Fremantle Gazette, 30 July 1985 D Britton, “Midnite - a joyful ride to adventure”, West Australian, 10 February 1986
R Millhouse, “Young and old stand and deliver for Midnite”, Australian, 10 February 1986 Leslie Anderson, “Midnite a delight”, West Australian, 16 February 1986
“The window at York”, Anglican Messenger, March 1986 Murray Mason, “Timeless tradition of stained glass”, West Australian, 7 April 1986
M Thornton, “Prelate dedicates disputed windows”, West Australian, 7 April 1986 Tria Wiltshire “Magic from the loom” Western Mail magazine 17-23 May 1986
Lisa Lansdowne, “The Hills pull him back every time”, Hills Gazette, 16 July 1986 Mike van Niekerk, “Gomboc a forum of many views”, West Australian, 26 July 1986
“Memories framed in leadlight”, West Australian, 24 September 1986 “Aussia art from abroad”, Sunday Times, 12 October 1986
Gay Richardson, “Pointing the way to Robert Juniper's art”, Australian, 14 October 1986 David Hummerston, “Life and art are one for Juniper”, West Australian 18 October 1986
“Rare honour for a living painter”, Sunday Times, 19 October 1986 Murray Mason, “Robert Juniper's rare delight”, West Australian,  23 October 1986
John Potts, “Woollahra's night of native genius”, Eastern Herald, 13 November 1986 Nadine Amadio, “Juniper pure poetry”, Sunday Telegraph, 16 November 1986
Phyllis Woolcock, “The art of Robert Juniper”, Courier Mail, 7 March 1987 “Award for York stained glass”, West Australian, 11 April 1987
Karen Booth, “Language: Another Border to Cross”, Melbourne Times, 22 April 1987 Mike Daly, “Feeling the west's dramatic heat”, Age, 23 April 1987
Helen Thomson, “Chilling image of today's Australia”, Australian, 29 April 1987 Julie Prott, “Gomboc draws together hills artists”,  West Australian, 13 June 1987
Leslie Anderson, “Humour survives where hope's lost”, Sunday Times, 14 June 1987 “Leading artist all set”, Reporter, 27 October 1987
Mike van Niekerk, “Myths go mod”, West Australian, 27 October 1987 Duncan Graham, “Of landscape from the Juniper heart”,  Age, 5 December 1987
Tom Austen, “Art: when is it Australian?”, West Australian,  26 January 1987 “Chapel gets new lease of life”, Reporter, 8 March 1988
“Even the floor is a vision”, West Australian, 16 June 1988 “A dance of visions bold”, West Australian, 2 July 1988
Mardy Amos, “Ballet traces nation's steps”, Sunday Times, 3 July 1988 “Visions - an event of national importance”, Farmers Weekly, 6 July 1988
“Visions of Australia”, Daily News, 7 July 1988 Mardy Amos, “Landscape painter's a seascape fisherman” Sunday Times, 10 July 1988
Mardy Amos, “Visions a natural for an Oz tour”, Sunday Times, July 10, 1988 Terry Owen, “Triumph to vision and talent”, West Australian, 11 July 1988
Stephen Amos, “One man's vision a breathtaking cultural triumph”, Australian, 12 July 1988 “Moreland a man of vision”, Financial Review, 15 July 1988
Sian Martin, “Unique Vision”, Daily News, 15 July 1988 “Artist recalls early years in area”, Wheatbelt Mercury, 31 August 1988
“Law makes a gift of art”, West Australian, 8 December 1988 Elwyn Lynn, “War and peace - of a sort”, Weekend Australian, 24-25 December 1988
“Juniper's idyllic forest hideaway”, Daily News, January 3 1989 Liz Daale, “Collectors' clues”, Revue,  West Australian, 26 January 1989
Liz Daale, “Powerful Economy of Means”, Weekend Australian, 2 February 1989 “Art Gallery buys Juniper work”, Sunday Times, 12 February 1989
“Juniper's art form helps block AIDS”, West Australian 15 February 1989 “Big Teez pays off”, West Australian, 17 March 1989
David Bromfield, “Assembled Skill”, West Australian, 23 March 1989 “Perth:  Sterile, anonymous environment on a beautiful site”, West Australian, 14 October 1989
David Bromfield, “Craft which makes art accessible to the people”, West Australian 28 October 1989 “Nursing love of Art”, Sunday Times, 3 December 1989
“God's place in the hearts of the community”, West Australian, 23 December 1989. Elwyn Lynn, “Prized prizes:  the big three back in fashion”,  Weekend Australian, 30-31 December 1989
Ron Banks, “Aborigines put on satirical side”, West Australian, 26 February 1990. Robert Housley, “Bran Nue musical”, Daily News, 28 February 1990
Sasha Grishin, “WA artist dedicated to his environment”, Canberra Times, 23 March 1990 David Bromfield, “Hills alive with artists”, West Australian, 7 April 1990
Elwyn Lynn, “No one's Counting the Cost of Christo's Wrap”, Weekend Australian, 22 September 1990. Charles Amery, “Individual as the paintings that bear Juniper's signature”, Sunday Times, 28 November 1990
Elwyn Lynn, “Tipsters take the lead in the Archibald Cup”, Weekend Australian, 22 December 1990 Melanie Anderson, “On Juniper Hill”, West Australian, 25 January 1991
Sasha Grishin, “The High Quality of this Exhibition Would Stand Up Anywhere in the World”, Canberra Times, 20 April 1991 Olga de Moeller, “Art of printmaking boasts a long history”, West Australian, 7 June 1991
Olga de Moeller, “Artists get shirty for conservation”, West Australian, 1 July 1991[plus photo] Lynette Fern, “Klee and a Dash of Glee”, Sydney Morning Herald, 19 July 1991
Rodney O'Brien, “Colours from Western Australia”, Japan Times Weekly, 20 July 1991 David Williams, “Black Swan Theatre debut displays spark of greatness”, West Australian, 21 September 1991
Jennifer Moran, “WA artists put on a streetwise show”, West Australian, 22 May 1992 [plus photo] “Artists hailed as role models”, West Australian, June 1992
Jane MacLatchy, “Now Juniper's a hero!”, Sunday, Sunday Times, 14 June 1992 p10 Ted Snell, “Robert Juniper: A Portrait of a Great West Australian Artist:  colouring in the lost years”,  Big Weekend, West Australian, 4 July 1992
Sasha Grishin, “A splendid reaffirmation”, The Canberra Times, 7 October 1992 Alison Farmer, “Black arts are at work”, Entertainment Extra, Sunday Times, 31 January 1993
Gail Williams, “Art is for life's sake”, Sunday, Sunday Times, 17 January  1993 Stephen Scourfield, “A passion for change”, Magazine, West Australian, 6 February 1993
Chris McLeod, “Superb staging of 'Tourmaline”, West Australian, 15 February 1993 Ron Banks, “Slapstick approach to 'Godot' revival”, Arts Today, West Australian, 24 May 1993
Chris McLeod “Godot fills time with questions and fears”, West Australian, 31 May 1993 David Bromfield, “Local collection delights”, West Australian, 17 July 1993
Tracy Taggart, “Studio, beer and golf”, Gazette, 29 August 1993 Joanne Hutton, “The colourful man in black” Magazine, West Australian, 18 September 1993
David Bromfield, “Juniper sets out in new direction”, West Australian, 1 November 1993 Judith McGrath, “Figures of good fun”, Sunday, Sunday Times, 7 November 1993
Rod O'Brien, “Gallery Bush Blights Birdlife”, West Australian, 10 February 1994 Sonia Baron, “Exhibition is stunning” Canberra Times, 22 March, 1994
“Being Whitefella”, Big Weekend, West Australian, 14 May 1994 Neil Dowling, “Artist paints on a wide canvas”, Home Guide, Sunday Times, 15 May 1994 p38
Angela Bennie, “Juniper's trees take to the sky” Arts, Sydney Morning Herald, 18 May 1994 p30 Jim Magnus, “Dreamtime Discovery”, Alive, Reporter, 24 May 1994, p1 [photo], and p13
Ooi Kok Chuen, “Tidal Wave of Aussie Art works”, Arts New Singapore Times, 13 January 1995, p28 J. Anu, “Highlighting the Best of Aussie Art”, Sunday Plus/Arts, Sunday Star, Kuala Lumpur, 15 January 1995, p21
David Summers, “Rare chance to see masters”, West Australian March 1995.  “Juniper brushes up on horses”, Hills Gazette April 9 1995, p25
“Swan Valley showcases Juniper” West Australian 7 June 1995, ARTS p4 “Juniper Shows his twin loves”, Hills Gazette 25 June 1995
Cassie Proudfoot,  “Drawing from an inner strength”  Canberra Times 11 August 1995, ARTS p13 Nikki Miller, “Self-imagery offers insight on artists” West Asutralian 20 September 1995, What’s On p4
Sonia Barron, “Poetic response to landscape”, Canberra Times, 19 August 1995 Arts and Entertainment p9 Maria Preraurer, “Bran nu dances take to the Corrugation Road”, The Bulletin, July 2, 1996.
Joyce Morgan, “Intersecting lives,” The Weekend Review, The West Australian, January 18-19, 1997. Leeroy Betti, “New stage for landscape artist,” The West Australian, February 11, 1997.
Robyn Molloy-Streher, ‘An old master’, Sunday Arts, Sunday Times July 20 1997 p56 ‘Moran portrait prize finalists on show’ Arts Today, West Australian July 28 1997 p4
Maree Cullinan, ‘Juniper exhibition welcome return to his artistic home’ Broome Advertiser, August 6, 1997 p24
‘Juniper on show in Broome’ West Australian 6 August 1997 p8
Adam Dutkiewicz, ‘Old friends a gentle treat’, Adelaide Advertiser August 1997
Layla Tucak, ‘Dumped Mosman plaques are valuable Junipers’, Mosman Cottesloe Post 29-30 November 1997
Ron Banks, ‘Lost with Rose’, West Australian Today Arts p6, 3 December 1997
Sonia Barron, ‘Collection of delights’, Canberra Times 20 March 1998
;Robert Juniper’, Muse, Camberra July 1998
Sonia Barron, ‘Fisherman displays his colourful catch’, Canberra Times, Panorama, 4 July 1998 p15
Ron Banks, ‘Festival artist posts an encore’, West Australian 11 September 1998 p1
‘Festival gears up’, West Australian, September 1998
Giles Auty, ‘Drawing comparisons’, Weekend Australian Review 5-6 September 1998 p23
Sam Hardcastle,’Poster design deja vu for Juniper’  Sunday Times 13 September 1998
Inga Butefisch, ‘1999 festival poster a smashing success’ News Chronicle 15-21 September 1998, p26
‘Bandage wraps up festival role, Midland Reporter, 15-21 September 1998 p1
‘Festival of Perth poster launch’ X-Press 17 September 1998 p3
Bruce James, ‘Sights’ Sydney Morning Herald, City File, 31 October 1998
Ingrid Jacobson ‘Photo finish’ West Australian Home, 18 pril 1999 back page
Wendy Pryer, ‘Timber battle draws artists’ passion’ West Australian 30 April 1999
‘Parallel lines on essay in art’, The West Australian Today, Monday May 24 1999, p4
Wendy Caccetta, ‘Juniper and the lost forest’ West Australian Today, 30 April 1999 p1
Evi Ferruer, ‘Wilds man’ Perth Weekly 26 May - 1 June 1999
Judith McGrath, ‘North and other points, paintings and drawings by Robert Juniper’, 11 June 1999
‘Crab grabs attention’ Midland Reporter June 1-7 1999, p30
Brett Lane, ‘Perth art auction takes wing on Whiteley’s wren’, The West Australian, Thursday July 29 1999
Maria Billias, ‘Trio inspired by views’, Northern Territory News, August 14, 1999 p34
Alison Farmer, ‘Artist of our Land’, The Sunday Times. August 29, 1999, p8-9
Nelli Noakes, ‘Phones inspire Fabrice’, Weekly Post Artspace, Saturday, 4 September 1999, p44
Book Review, ‘Robert Juniper’, The Artists Chronicle, Aug/Sept 99, p23
’50 Years of Robert Juniper’, The Artists Chronicle, Aug/Sept 99, p10
On View, Metropolitan Galleries, Art Gallery of Western Australia, The Artists Chronicle, Aug/Sept 99, p14
‘Robert Juniper Retrospective’, State of the Arts Visual Arts, Aug/Nov 1999
‘Juniper State Treasure at the Art Gallery’, RoadPatrol, August-September 1999, p26
‘‘People Trail’ leads to Juniper Art’, Intersector, 1 September 1999, p9
The West Australian, Saturday, 4 September 1999, p100
Julie Lightfoot, ‘Robert Juniper’, The West Australian This Week, Monday September 6 1999
‘Gallery celebrates port opening’, The West Australian Today, Wednesday September 8 1999, p7
‘Gallery Selection’, 1999 Perth Weekly, Sept 8-14, p17
‘Robert Juniper, Art Gallery of WA, Cultural Centre, Northbridge’, X-Press Arts Stop Out, Thursday 9th Sept
Cathy Pryor, ‘A look back into light and space’, The Australian Inside Perth, Friday September 10 1999, p7
Advertisement, ‘Robert Juniper’, The West Australian
Christine Sharkey, ‘Juniper in full bloom’, The West Australian Big Weekend, Saturday September 11, 1999, p5
Patrick Cornish, ‘Defining Moments’, The West Magazine, September 11 1999, p6-7
Hot Ticket, Australian Financial Review, Saturday, 11 September 1999, p8
David Cooper, ‘Old master all set for a reunion’, The West Australian, September 11 1999, p11
The Melville Fremantle Community Exhibition, Tuesday, 14 September 1999, p31
Advertisement ‘Good Old Broome’, Broome Advertiser, Wednesday, September 15, 1999, p21
Ivan King, West Side Observer Ball Points, 17 September 1999
‘Early Junipers on display’, Gazette, September 18, 1999, p2
David Bromfield, ‘Juniper’s artistry reflects WA’, The West Australian Big Weekend Arts, Saturday September 18, 1999, p7
Sarah McNeill, ‘Legend status for ‘instinctive’ Juniper’, Post Newspapers Impressions, September 18, 1999, p43
‘Hi ho silver’ The Sunday Times Around Town, September 19, 1999, p18
Ingrid Jacobson, The Sunday Times Home Photo finish, September 19, 1999
‘What’s on in the holidays?’, The West Australian Ed Magazine, Tuesday September 21 1999
Perth Weekly, September 22 1999
Sonia Barron, The company is impressive, Canberra Times, n.d. (March 2000)
Judith McGrath, ‘Robert Juniper – A Retrospective’, Artseen Website, September 99
Julian Tompkin, ‘Robert Juniper: 50 Years’, October 7 1999, p37
Ted Snell, ‘How the West was won over’, The Weekend Australian Review/Arts, October 2-3 1999, p22
Chris Manly, ‘State of the poll’, The Sunday Times, October 10, 1999, p12
Bronwen Clune, ‘State anoints 11 artistic treasures’, The West Australian, Thursday October 22 1999, p9
‘Guildford Grammar School Fine Arts Collection’, GGS Art & Craft Website Art Collection
‘Fifty Years of Robert Juniper’, Have A Go News, Oct 1999
The West Magazine Talks, 13th November 1999
‘Catching up with Juniper’, The West Australian Arts and Entertainment, November 20 1999, p99
The West Australian Today artstoday, Wednesday November 10 1999, p8
Sarah Palmer, ‘Portraits of prominence’, The West Australian Today artstoday, Friday November 19 1999, p8
Brett Lane, ‘WA auction ends art season with a flourish’, The West Australian Business, Thursday December 2 1999, p46
Victoria Laurie, “Finally, hats off to the big bloke”, The Australian, Thursday March 25, 2004.
John MacDonald, “Masters in our midst”, Sunday Morning Herald, 13 Novemer 2005.
Angela Bennie, “In tune with the land”, Sydney Morning Herald, 27/28 November 2007.

Greenhill Galleries

Greenhill Galleries

SQUARED, Greenhill Galleries, WA

Art Melbourne, Melbourne
SQUARED, Greenhill Galleries, Perth

SKETCHED, Greenhill Galleries, WA
SQUARED, Greenhill Galleries, WA

Greenhill Galleries Christmas Exhibition
SQUARED, Greenhill Galleries, Perth
Sculpture by the Sea – Cottesloe, WA

Sculpture by the Sea – Cottesloe, WA
Twenty-fifty Anniversary exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth, WA

Framed Gallery, Darwin, NT
Sculpture by the Sea – Bondi, NSW

Gomboc Gallery Selected exhibition, Perth, WA

Twentieth Annual Sculpture Survey Exhibition 03, Gomboc Gallery, Perth, WA

Twentieth Anniversary exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth, WA

Acquisitions Exhibition, Mundaring Arts Centre, WA
26th Anniversary Exhibition, Solander Gallery, Canberra, ACT
Sir John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria
Salute the Horse, Durack Gallery, Broome, WA

Visy Board Art Prize, South Australia

Symbiosis: Chroma Archival exhibition, Utopia Gallery, Sydney and New England Regional Gallery, NSW through Tamarisque Fine Art.
Love and the Art of Performance, His Majesty’s Theatre, Perth.
School Collection Exhibition, Perth College, Perth.
Wynne Prize and Sulman Prize Exhibitions, Art Gallery of NSW.
Australian Masters, Solander Gallery, Canberra, ACT.
There was a presence, Mundaring Centenary Exhibition, Mundaring Arts Centre, Perth, WA.
Musicians and Musical Instruments, Gallery 460, Gosford, NSW.
Collectors Choice, Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW.
Kedumba Art Award Exhibition, Leura, NSW.
Shanghai Exhibition, Wagner Art Gallery, Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Being, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Collection, Perth, WA.
Fleurieu Art Prizes Exhibition, Adelaide, SA.
6th Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Gomboc Gallery, Melbourne, VIC

Unearthed, Greenhill Galleries, Perth.
Wynne Prize Exhibition, Art Gallery of NSW, and touring regional NSW.
Collectors Choice, Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW.
25th Birthday Exhibition, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide.
Swingtime: East Coast - West Coast, University of WA
Fifteenth Birthday exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth

One Hundred Years of Australian Painting, Perth Galleries, Perth.
Collectors’ Choice, Wagner Art Gallery, Paddington, NSW.
SCECGS Redlands Westpac Art Prize, Sydney.
Eyes on the Ball, Waverley Gallery, Victoria, and touring nationally until October 1997.
Nude and Naked, Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney.
1996 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, National Gallery of Victoria and touring nationally until 1999.
1996 Fifth Australian Contemporary Art Fair, through Gomboc Gallery, Royal Exhibiiton Building, Melbourne.
The Way We Were: 1940s - 1950s, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Perth.

Contemporary Australian Art, Gallery 460, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
One Hundred Years: Western Australian Sculpture 1895-1995, Art Gallery of WA.
Sculpture Survey 1995, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
The Best of Australia, Stafford Studios, Hong Kong.
Harnessing the Horse, Fremantle Trotting Club, WA.
Tribute, Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth.
Grands Maîtres de la Peinture Contemporaine Australienne, Noumea.
Mine Own Executioner, Mundaring Arts Centre, Perth.
Place and Perception: New Acquisitions, Parliament House, Canberra.
Woman: subject/object, Sir Chairles Gairdner Hospital Invitation Art Exhibition, Perth.
Landscape as Metaphor: Fin de Siècle Visions of Australia, Claremont School of Art, Perth.
The Stein Collection, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of WA.
Talking to the Trees, Moores Building and Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle.

From Bauhaus to Birdhouse, Perth Galleries.
Drawing on Inspiration, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Paddington, NSW.
The 1994 Touring 9 x 5 Exhibition, Arts Council of WA, Stables Gallery, Perth.
20th Anniversary Exhibition, Solander Gallery, Canberra.
Reflections, Kimberley Kreations Gallery, Broome, WA.
A Shinju Prevue, Durack Gallery, Broome, WA.
Two Generations of Juniper Artists, Monsoon Gallery, Broome, WA
Icons to Irony, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth.
Mary MacKillop: a tribute, The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney; touring to Art Gallery of SA, Adelaide and Parliament House, Canberra.
The 17th Annual Ladies Auxiliary Art Exhibition & Sale, Arthritis Foundation of WA, Shenton Park WA.
Group exhibition, Stafford Studios of Fine Art, Cottesloe WA.

Salon des Refusées, submissions for Wynne Prize and Archibald Prize, SH Ervin Gallery, Sydney.
Great Australians, Framed Gallery, Darwin.
On the Other Hand, The NSW Society for Children and Young Adults with Physical Disabilities, SH Ervin Gallery, Sydney.
Birds of Kimberley, Durack Gallery, Broome.
The Constable Collection, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of WA.
Tattersalls Club Landscape Art Prize Exhibition, Brisbane.
Equus: The Horse in Art, State Equestrian Centre, Brigadoon, WA.
Upstairs Gallery Exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Celebrating Art, Midland Enterprise and Arts Centre, WA.
Central Park Exhibition, Art Collections, Perth.
Tangerine Dreams: a trip through 70s local art, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of WA.
Joie de Printemps, Van Hall Gallery, Perth.
Blake Prize for Religious Art, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney.

Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
10 Square: Works for Wilderness, Wilderness Society, St Kilda.
The Best of Australia, Stafford Studios, AusTrade Centre, Hong Kong.
Bravo 469: sculpture exhibition, Singapore National Gallery.
Dog Show II: travelling exhibition, Midland Enterprise Centre, Kwinana Arts Centre.
Aspects of Western Australian Art: 1960s-1980s, Landforms and Nature, Six artists from the City of Bunbury Art Collection, Education Project exhibition, Bunbury Art Galleries.
Australian Masters, Solander Gallery, Canberra.
The Chemistry of Etching. Gold Coast Arts Centre, Surfers Paradise.
More of the Best, Extravaganza Gallery, Albany.
Reserve Bank of Australia Collection, Reserve Bank, Sydney.

Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.
Nude Studies, Barry Stern's Exhibiting Gallery, Sydney.
At-Tension to the Line, Greenhill Galleries, Perth.
Solander Survey, Solander Gallery, ACT.
A Selection from the Wynne Prize, Westpac Gallery, Melbourne.
12 Painter-Etchers, Irving Gallery, Sydney.
1991 Sculpture Prize Exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
A Sense of Presence, Gallery at Carillon, Perth.
Flora and Fauna, Perth Galleries and Perth Zoo.
Metamorphosis, New Collectables Gallery, Perth.
From a High Place, Mundaring Arts Centre, at Allendale Square, Perth.
Aberdare Art Prize, Ipswich Council Regional Gallery, Queensland.
Western Australian Landscape, Van Hall Gallery, Perth.
Table Top Sculpture and Drawings, Australian Galleries, Melbourne.
Western Australian Painting Exhibition - Japan, Gallery Sanyo, Ginza, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo.

Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.
Darlington and the Hills, Curtin University of Technology touring exhibition: Alexander Library, Perth; Bunbury Regional Gallery; Geraldton Regional Gallery.
Sculpture Symposium 1990, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Gomboc Sculpture Exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Art Dock, Australian Artists Exhibition, Noumea, New Caledonia.
Art from the Hills, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
The Painted Desert, New Collectables Gallery, Perth.
Alice 125, Gryphon Gallery, University of Melbourne.
The Bouganvillea Festival Art Exhibition, Framed Gallery, Darwin.
Spring in the Valley, Goodridge Galleries and Houghton Wines, MiddleSwan WA.
Sir Charles GairdnerHospital Art Exhibition, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Shenton Park WA.
Foothills Art Exhibition, The Foothills School, Guildford WA.
Green is a Hot Colour, Greenhill Galleries, Perth. 1990 Annual Exhibition, Gunyulgup Galleries, Yallingup, WA.
Australian Masters 1990, Solander Gallery, ACT.
The 21st Alice Prize, Alice Springs Art Foundation Inc., Araluen Arts Centre.

Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.
West Australian Artists, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
The Collectors Collection, University of WA.
Heidelberg and Heritage, Wilderness Society, Linden Gallery, St Kilda.
The Song of the Lamb: The Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Art Gallery of WA.
Artist-Teachers: Works from the Western Australian College of Advanced Education Art Collection, Perth.

A Celebration of Life; Artists Painting for Peace, People for Nuclear Disarmament, The Moores Building, Fremantle.
Western Australian Art; 1798-1988, Arthur Spartalis Fine Art, Alexander Forrest Centre, Perth.
Still Life in Australia 1845-1988, Toowoomba Art Gallery through Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane.
The World Expo Collection of Sculpture, through Philip Bacon Galleries.
Out of This World, Dempsters, Gallery, Melbourne.
9x5 Exhibition, Undercroft Gallery, University of WA.
Mixed Exhibition, Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney.
Sculpture Park 88, Bicentennial exhibition, Gallery 460, Gosford, NSW.
Kingfisher Prize, Gallery 460, Gosford, NSW.
Still Life, Greenhill Galleries, Perth.
Mixed Exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Mixed Exhibition, Gunyulgup Galleries, Perth.

9 x 5 x Mail, Centre Gallery, Brisbane, touring regional galleries 1989.

Gomboc Gallery 1982-1987, Fifth Anniversary Exhibition, Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Mixed Exhibition, Barry Stern's Exhibiting Gallery, Sydney.
The 90 x 50 cm Show, Gallery 52, Perth.
Bilgoman Swimming Club; Mixed Exhibition, Perth.
Max Hogan's Australia; Gomboc Gallery, Perth.
Still Life, Gallery Australia, Perth.
Australian Masters 1987, Solander Gallery, Canberra.
Prominent West Australians, Editions Galleries, Melbourne.

Western Australia Week Invitation Art Awards, Fremantle Arts Centre.
A Sense of Place - The Mundaring Landscape 1986, Inaugural Acquisitive Mundaring Community Arts and Crafts Centre.
Australian Masters Spring Collection, Kalamunda Gallery of Man, WA
Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.

Fremantle Prize for Drawing, Fremantle Art Gallery.

Artists' Self-Portraits: drawings by 24 WA Artists, Fremantle Arts Centre, touring WA in 1986 (Arts Access).

Focus on Landscape: A Regional View, Scotland; Wales; Western Australia; Fremantle Art Gallery, WA.

Fremantle Prize for Drawing, Fremantle Art Gallery.
On Tour: Destination China, Artists Gallery Association Tour of the People's Republic of China.

The Western Australia Week Invitation Art Award Exhibition, Fremantle Art Gallery.
Mixed Exhibition, Gallery 52, Perth.
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Art Exhibition, Perth.
Figures and Faces Drawn from Life, Heide Park and Art Gallery, Bulleen, Victoria.

Landscape Images: Fremantle Arts Centre.
The Foulkes-Taylor Years, City of Perth, Organised by WA Institute of Technology.
The 1982 Mining Industry of WA Second Acquisitive Art Award, Fremantle Art Gallery.
Critics Choice, Festival of Perth Exhibition, Art Gallery of WA.

The Salek Minc Collection, University of WA

Georges Invitation Art Prize, Melbourne.
Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.
Postcard Originals: 40 Contemporary Australian Artists, Adelaide Festival of Arts, Festival Centre Gallery.
Western Australian Painters and Printmakers, Fremantle Art Gallery.
A Selection of Works from the Skinner Collection, University of WA

Made in WA: A Selection of Acquisitions from the Western Australian Institute of Technology Permanent Collection 1968-79.
Invitation Art Exhibition for Western Australian Artists, Western Australia's 150th Exhibition Centre, Perth.
Sculpture in the City II, Western Australian Sculptors Association, Allendale Square, Perth.
Inaugural Exhibition, Murray Crescent Galleries, Manuka, ACT.
Invitational Watercolour and Drawing Exhibition, Gallery 52, Perth.
Basle Art Fair, First Australian representation sponsored by the Australian Commercial Galleries Association and the Visual Arts Board of the Australian Council.

Contemporary Australian Drawing: 1978 Perth Survey of Drawing, The Art Gallery of WA.
Landscape and Image: A Collection of Australian art of the 70's, Art Gallery Directors Council Exhibition to Indonesia.
Inaugural Art Exhibition, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth.
Inaugural Art Prize, Fine Arts Gallery, Perth.
Georges Invitational Art Prize, Melbourne.

A Christmas Collection, The Fine Arts Gallery, Perth
Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.
Spectrum WA, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide.
Claude Hotchin Art Gift Exhibition, Royal Perth Hospital
Attitudes to Landscape, Bartoni Gallery, Melbourne.

Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.
Sculpture in the City, Western Australian Sculptors Association, GPO, Forrest Place, Perth, WA.
Inaugural Exhibition, Gallery G, Perth.
Ten Western Australian Artists, Art Gallery of WA.

Christmas Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth

Annual Invitation Art Exhibition, Western Australian Institute of Technology.
Western Australian Artists 1974, Paintings and Sculptures, Festival of Perth, The Art Gallery of WA.
Christmas Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth

Contemporary Western Australian Artists, 17th Australian Legal Convention, Perth Concert Hall, arranged by Art Gallery of WA.
Artists from the West, Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne.
Christmas Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth

Mixed Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Christmas Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Annual Invitation Art Exhibition, Western Australian Institute of Technology.

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of NSW,
Christmas Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Mixed Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Rose's Christmas Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.

Festival of Perth Invitation Art Prize, Skinner Galleries, Perth.

The Australian Painters 1964-66: Contemporary Australian Painting from the Mertz Collection, The Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Festival of Arts; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D C; and touring the United States of America.

Perth Prize for Drawing, Art Gallery of WA.
Third Ind Coope Art Collection, London

Travelling Exhibition, Art Gallery of WA
Young Australian Painters, to Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan, selected by Hal Missingham.
T.E. Wardle Invitation Art Prize, Festival of Perth, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Perth Prize for Drawing, Art Gallery of WA.

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of NSW.
Paintings 64, Skinner Galleries, Perth
Australian Painting XIX and XX Century, Commonwealth Arts Advisory Board Exhibition, Auckland City Art Gallery, touring New Zealand.

Australian Art Today, Art Gallery of WA and MacRobertson Miller Airlines, touring the North West.

Save the Children Fund Loan Exhibition, Government House Ballroom, Perth.
Paintings from the West: 14 Western Australian Painters, Museum of Modern Art and Design of Australia, Melbourne.
Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.
Georges Invitation Art Prize, Melbourne.

Festival of Perth, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Commonwealth Games Art Prize, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Contemporary Australian Painters, Perth.

Australian Painting; Colonial, Impressionist, Contemporary, The Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; Art Gallery of WA; Tate Gallery, London; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Vancouver Art Gallery (selected by the Commonwealth Arts Advisory Board).

Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.
The Robert Boan Landscape Prize, Claude Hotchin Art Gallery, Perth.
Helena Rubinstein Portrait Prize, Claude Hotchin Art Gallery, Perth.
The National Heart Foundation Fund Appeal, Claude Hotchin Art Gallery, Perth.
Recent Australian Painting, Whitechapel Gallery, London. 1961 Festival of Perth Outdoor Art Exhibition, Supreme Court Gardens, Perth
The Helena Rubenstein Travelling Art Scholarship, Art Gallery of NSW.
Australian Paintings, Raymond Burr Galleries, Los Angeles.

Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.

Matson Lines Exhibition of Australian Art, Sydney; San Francisco; Los Angeles.

Murdoch Prize Exhibition, Skinner Galleries, Perth.
Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.
Contemporary Art Society, Sydney.

The Helena Rubinstein Travelling Art Scholarship, Art Gallery of NSW.

Perth Society of Artists, Claude Hotchin Art Gallery, Perth.
Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.
The Murdoch Prize for a Genre Painting, Skinner Galleries, Perth
Second Tasmanian Art Exhibition, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Contemporary Art Society, Sydney.

Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA
First Tasmanian Art Gallery Exhibition, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Arts Festival of the Olympic Games, National Gallery of Victoria.

Festival of Perth Art Exhibition, Perth.
Five Artists, 9 Park Lane, Claremont, WA.
Five Artists, Newspaper House Art Gallery, Perth.

Loan Exhibition of Works of Art from Private Collections, Art Gallery of WA.
Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.

Royal Tour Exhibition, The Fellowship of Australian Artists, Town Hall, Melbourne.

Ten Perth Artists, Boans Fashion Hall, Perth.
Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.
Festival of Perth Art Exhibition, Perth.

Perth Prize for Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of WA.

WA Jubilee Exhibition of Paintings, Perth Society of Artists, Boans Art Gallery, Perth.


Articles in periodicles

FD, “Art in Perth” [Sundry Shows], The Bulletin, 26 August 1959, p24
“Advance Guard”, The Bulletin, 16 September 1959, p26
FD, “Pictures in Perth”, The Bulletin, 23 December 1959, p24
Monthly Feature, The Western Australian Art Gallery, No 27, August 1960
P Fitzgerald, “Juniper, McKay, Jordanoff Exhibition”, The Critic, Vol 1, 11 January 1961
P Hutchings, “Boan Landscape Prize”, The Critic, 30 May 1961, p47
P Hutchings, “Portraits and Water-Colours”, The Critic, 16 June 1961, p50
“Arts Festival”, The Critic, 16 June 1961, p53
H D-B., “Rubinstein Prize”, The Bulletin, 1 July 1961, p39
P Hutchings, “The Perth Group”, The Critic, Vol 1, August 1961
“Transfield Prize”, The Bulletin, 9 September 1961 p32
H Drake-Brockman, “Westralian Vigor:  The Perth Group”, The Bulletin, 9 September 1961, p33
J Henshaw, “Symbols or Abstraction?”, The Bulletin, 14 October 1961, p32
P Hutchings, “One Way Trip?”, The Bulletin, 30 December 1961, p32
P Hutchings, “Festival Art Prize”, The Critic, 26 January 1962, p38
P Hutchings, “Below their best”, The Bulletin, 10 February 1962, p46
Thomas Shapcott, “Twelve Bagatelles”, Australian Letters, Vol 4 No 3, March 1962, [illustrations by Juniper]
P Hutchings, “Not angst but tic”, The Bulletin, 7 April 1962, p62
P Jeffrey and A Yates, “Robert Juniper”, Pelican, 12 April 1962
P Hutchings, “Juniper and Gleghorn”, The Critic, Vol 2, No 8, 6 April 1962
M Durack, Letter to the editor (re Juniper), The Critic, Vol 2, No 9, May 1962
P Hutchings, Letter to the editor (re Durack letter), The Critic, Vol 2, No 9, May 1962
P Hutchings, “The Helena Rubinstein”, The Critic, 13 July 1962, p95
P Hutchings, “In the shadow of Dobell”, The Critic, 14 July 1962, p34
J Henshaw, “An easy £1,000”, The Bulletin, 22 September 1962, p35
Tom Gibbons, “Paradise Lost”, The Critic, 5 October 1962, p18
Patrick Hutchings, “Twelve Artists”, Westerly, No 1, November 1962
“Games Art Prize”, The Critic, 23 November 1962, p39
P Hutchings, “Art among the athletes”, The Bulletin, 24 November 1962, p35
Tom Gibbons, “Perth Prize 1963”, The Critic, 25 January 1963, p66
Salek Minc, “Robert Juniper and Brian McKay”, The Critic, 9 August 1963
Salek Minc, “Robert Juniper”, Westerly, No 3, September 1963
“Three Clear-cut Profiles”, The Critic, 6 March 1964, p19
IM Mason, “Paintings ‘64”, The Critic, 24 April 1964, p33
P Hutchings, “Haines [sic] and Juniper”, The Critic, 24 September 1965, p59
Salek Minc “Robert Juniper:  paintings and sculpture”, The Critic, January 1967, Vol 7 No 8, pp67-68
“Robert Juniper”, Pelican, 16 May 1967
Patrick Hutchings, “Robert Juniper with Ninette Dutton”, The Critic, Vol 8, No 1, August 1967
Salek Minc, “Art Review”, The Critic, Vol 7 No 8, 1967
Patrick Hutchings, “Robert Juniper and Pat Jordanoff”, The Critic, 23 May 1968, p98
[unknown] “Fullbrook and Juniper”, The Critic, 14 November 1968, p43
Arthur McIntyre, “Seducing the Oz Landscape”, Vogue Australia, November 1978
Salek Minc, “Of Robert Juniper”, ART and Australia, Vol 16 No 4, Winter, June 1979, Special Number/Western Australia, pp 350-356 [originally as catalogue essay for exhibition, Lister Gallery, Perth, February 1979, Festival of Perth]
David Dolan, “Charles Bannon”, Australian Printmaker, 1982
“Fairy-tale with a bush flavour”, Australian Womens Weekly March 1983
David Moorhouse, “Josephs' Requiem: recording premiere”, 24 Hours, November 1984 pp4-5
Nadine Amadio, “The Sorcerer from the West”, Arts National, Vol 3 No 1 Sept - Oct 1985, pp 80-83, p115
Natalie Filatoff, “Visual Poetry: Robert Juniper”, Follow Me, October-November 1986 pp52-53
Sandy Arnold, “Robert Juniper”, Belle, November-December 1986, p18
“An Interview with Robert Juniper”, Australian Artist, November 1987, Vol 4 No 5
George Williams, “Robert Juniper”, Studio Collections, December-January 1987, pp144-145
“Artist in Focus: Robert Juniper”, The Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1988
“The Resurrection Window, a magnificent addition to the Chapel” Forward (Guildford Grammar School Old Boys Newsletter), April 1988
“Visions of a desert moonrise” All About Town, 30 June-3 July 1988, p3
John McIlwraith, “Capturing the desert's grim charm: Robert Juniper”, Airways, May-June 1989, pp 66-67
Beverley Sherry, “Stained Glass Treasures in Our Churches”, Heritage Australia, Vol 9 No 4 Summer 1990 (Australian Council of National Trusts, Canberra)
Lyn DiCiero, “Interview with Robert Juniper”, Artists Chronicle, May and June 1991
David Hough, “So far, So good”, The Bulletin, 8 October 1991
Philippa O'Brien, “Juniper Book to be published in 1992”, Gregson's Art Division Quarterly Journal, Vol 2 No 5, February 1992, p11
Joanna Mendelssohn, “The artist's choice”, The Bulletin,  18 August 1992
Trea Williams, “Juniper Prepares for Brisbane Exhibition”, State of the Art, Isssue 3 July - October 1992
Vicki Laurie, “The Singapore Connection”, Fremantle Arts Review, 1992
Dorothy Erickson, “Juniper”, Oz Arts, Issue 5, 1993
Rosemary Dobson, “Robert Juniper”, Westerly No. 1 Autumn 1993
Alison Farmer, “Still waiting for Beckett”, The Bulletin, 15 June 1993
“Sponsoring the Arts”, Arts Unlimited,  March 1994
“Mary MacKillop”, Liturgy News, December 1994, p5
Artists Speak [Robert Juniper], June 1997 Western Review p11
Dickon Oxenburgh, “A Sense of Place: Robert Juniper” SCOOP Issue 1, Spring 1997
Nerida Nicholas, “Rock Art” Australian Country Style, October 1997
Chris Sharkey, “The Westralian frontier:  a visual and literary interpretation”, Westerly No. 4 Summer 1997
Jennie Fitzhardinge “Work of Art”, Homes and Living 1999 Yearbook
Christopher Crouch, ‘Robert Juniper’, Artlink Vol 19 No. 4, p91-92
‘Robert Juniper at the WA Art Gallery’, Phenomena Magazine Arts Eye, September 1999
Annie English, ‘Robert Juniper Retrospective at AGWA’, Art Monthly Australia Artnotes, September issue, p33
’50 Years of Robert Juniper’, Artifacts, September/October 1999
‘Robert Juniper’, Quarterly Australian, NZ and Asia Pacific Magazine GEO calendar of events What To Do and Where To Go, Sept-Nov 1999, p4
Phillip McNamara, ‘Robert Juniper:  mining the lode of  Juniper’s art’ Art and Australia, Vol 37 No 4 2000, pp532-533