Custom Projects & Events


February - May 2018, Thirteen 05 Gallery, 31 & 82c Vincent St. Daylesford VIC, Australia.

See a selection of Celeste Wrona’s Original Ink Paintings on exhibition and available for sale at Thirteen 05 Gallery in Daylesford Victoria until May 2018.


Saturday 5th May & Sunday 6th May 2018, AH&I Hall, Camden, NSW, Australia.

See Celeste Wrona’s complete range of Original Paintings, Limited Edition Prints & Lifestyle Products including art cushions, scarves, tights, kimonos and clutches @ The Argyle Affair this May. Gift Vouchers will also be available on the day. 
This gorgeous artisan market features a great array of local talent and boutique products. 



Friday 25th May - Tuesday 12th June 2018, St Heliers Street Gallery, Abbotsford Convent, VIC, Australia.

Celeste's love of nature and organic form has also lead her to explore the link between science and art. In 2017 she undertook an art residency with The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University in Melbourne, where she explored the work of scientists and the cellular structures of animals that were being explored in their research into regenerative medicine. The series of artworks she created from these residencies focus on the juxtaposition of the aesthetic beauty in the complex colours, textures, lines and patterns in these organic forms and the highly emotional and personal significance they have to those who have a connection with degenerative diseases. Pieces from this collection will form part of an upcoming exhibition titled “Regeneration”.


Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. 

Celeste Wrona was invited to present at the Art Gallery of New South Wales to the discuss her art practice and residency with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research at the 2017 "Art of Good Health and Wellbeing International Conference". The conference was run by the Australian Centre for Arts and Health.


June 2017, Private Residence, Strathfield, NSW, Australia.

Celeste Wrona creates a gorgeous original artwork for a private residential glass lift based on clients brief. The colours slowly change as you ascend and descend the 3 levels. Watch as the wallpaper is being installed in the lift shaft.   


Monash University's Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute

Artist Celeste Wrona was a successful applicant for the Inaugural artist in residency program at Monash University's Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute. Which she attended at the institute from 4th July to 7th of July, 2017. The residency saw Celeste produce a series of artworks inspired by current research being conducted at the Institute. The residency focused on the theme of regeneration and was an opportunity for the artist to explore new concepts and content, interact with the science and scientists first-hand and also to share their creative process with the institute; in turn, inspiring the scientists as they see their work anew through the eyes of an artist.



Ingham Institute of Medical Research

Under the guidance of A/Prof Kaplan, A/Prof Murray and Prof Barton (OAM)
Recently Celeste enjoyed a collaboration with the Ingham Institute of Medical Research. The association involved Celeste working together with their in house microscopists to create a series of artworks inspired by cellular images generated from the Institutes Field Emission Scanning Electron microscope. The images represent the relatively unexplored nano-world of human cells as they battle cancer within the body. 
Celeste will be continuing her collaboration with the institute and as such, she is invited to attend an artist-in-residency at the Ingham Institute during the second semester of 2017, to support her project titled, Renewal: Unlocking Our Capacity to Heal.
"A unique collaboration between internationally recognised Australian artist Celeste Wrona and the 3D Microscopy research group at the Ingham Institute has resulted in the creation of a limited number of stunning artworks available only through the Institute". These works may be purchased directly through the Ingham Institute.