Paul Snell is a male artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.
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Paul Snell was born in Australia in 1968 and studied art at the Tasmanian School of Art from 1986 – 1989.

He has exhibited widely in numerous solo and group exhibitions including Codes and Conventions (2012) Colville Gallery, Chromophobia(2013) Rex Livingston Gallery, and NONOBJECTIVE_present (2012) 120 Langford Gallery has curated several group shows including “Missing Presumed Dead” (2011-2013). A nationally touring exhibition dealing with non-representational photography.
His work is held in private and public collections nationally including Art Bank. Snell has been a finalist in many National Prizes including The Blake Prize (2011), The Geelong Print Prize (2011), The Prometheus Art Award (2011) and The Sunshine Coast Art Prize (2013). In 2012 he won the nationally recognised Tidal Art Prize and The Flanagan Art Prize.
In 2010, and 2013 Snell travelled to London and New York undertaking research and development for his practice and in 2011 he was awarded his MCA from the University of Tasmania.

He is represented by Colville Gallery in Hobart and Rex Livingston Art Dealer in Sydney.