2017 - Random Selection Chutespace, M16 Artspace, Griffith, ACT.
2012 - Australia Week Exhibition 5-9 March (with PNG artist, Ratoos Gary Haopa), Australian High Commission, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Exhibition curated by Katherine McMahon, Head of Gallery Development, Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
2003 - Retrospective Exhibition Australian Embassy, Beijing, China.
1998 - Sojourners II Solander Gallery, Canberra.
1996 - Sojourners (with Canadian artist, Sylvia Bews-Wright),
Gallery Delta, Harare, Zimbabwe.

1994 - Under African Influence (with Max Lovell)
Mixed media works, Aries Art Gallery, Armidale, NSW.

1992 - The Metagenesis Collection Solander Gallery, Canberra.
1991 - Icons, Gods, Kings and Idols (with John Davies)
University of New England, Armidale, NSW.

1989 - Exhibition of African works on paper Solander Gallery, Canberra.
1983 - Sculpture, Collages and Drawings Irving Sculpture Gallery, Sydney.
1980 - Solander Gallery, Canberra.
1979 - Exhibition Stirling College, Canberra.
1979 - Exhibition of Sculpture, Paintings and Drawings
Australian National University, Canberra.

1978 - ACT Arts Council Exhibition of Sculptures and Drawings
(with Jahna Knyvett)

1977 - Selected as student to show sculpture “Solar II”
Australian National University, Canberra
with noted English sculptors, Anthony Caro and Phillip King.



2017 - Animal Heart Tuggeranong Arts Centre, Canberra, ACT.
2016 - Sojourns (with Suzie Bleach, Bernard Hardy,
Robyn Kinsela and Andrew Townsend), M16 Artspace, Griffith, ACT.

2015 & 2016 -  Packsaddle Exhibition, New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale NSW.
2008 & 2009  - Capital Chemist Art Award Tuggeranong Arts Centre.
2008 - From the Heart exhibition in celebration of NAIDOC Week
with the Mawamball Elders Art Group, ‘The Q’ Exhibition Space, Queanbeyan.

2007 - Exhibition at Queanbeyan Council NSW.
2006 - Out of Africa Mindirr Gallery, Mittagong NSW.
2006 - Three artists, three stories, new works
(with Robyn Kinsela and Andrew Townsend). Tuggeranong Arts Centre, Canberra, ACT

2004 - Convergence Photographic Exhibition (with Andrew Currey
and John Svoronos) Australian Embassy, Beijing.

2003 - UNESCO exhibition, Capital Centre, Beijing.
2002 - UNESCO exhibition, Australian Embassy, Beijing. 
2001 - Milliontex Gallery, Kerry Centre, Beijing.
2001 - UNESCO exhibition, Australian Embassy, Beijing.
2001 - Qin Gallery, Beijing, China (with Lorraine and Anthony Taylor).
1999 - Curator, Aboriginal Art Shop Front Exhibition, Queanbeyan NSW.
1999 - On the Face of It, Photographic exhibition, ACT Down Syndrome Association, Tuggeranong Arts Centre, ACT.
1998 & 1999 - Picture Disc Exhibition, Goulburn College of TAFE, NSW.
1998 - Exhibition of Goulburn TAFE Fine Art teachers, Sturt Gallery, Mittagong.
1997 - Chameleon Old Brewery, Goulburn, NSW.
1996 - Prominent Artists in Zimbabwe, Gallery Delta, Harare, Zimbabwe.
1993 - Exhibition of the ANU art collection, Drill Hall,
Australian National University, Canberra.

1991 - 2D x 3D University of New England, Armidale, NSW.
1990 - Hugo Galleries, Canberra.
1990 - International Master Print Fair, Sydney.
1985 - Ninth Mildura Sculpture Triennial, Mildura, Victoria.
1984 - The Shark Gallery, Thirroul, NSW.
1984 - 2D x 3D Exhibition, Irving Sculpture Gallery, Sydney.
1984 - “Inside Out” Exhibition in association with Fifth Biennale of Sydney,
Irving Sculpture Gallery, Sydney.
1982 - Abstract Australian Sculpture Exhibition, Irving Sculpture Gallery, Sydney.
1981 - Arthur Phillip Cumberland Art Awards, Sydney.



Mari Ellingson, Director-General, PNG Office of Tourism, Arts and Culture,
”The Haoapa - Gould Art Exhibition — Port Moresby, March 2012”,
posted 4 May 2012 by Island Meri

Keith Jackson & Friends: PNG Attitude — Words, ideas & issues from the Papua New Guinea - Australia relationship

Interviewed on Kundu 2 and Australia Network TV co-production,
Australia Week 2012, 6 March 2012.

“Artist displays work on PNG”, Post Courier, Port Moresby, 5 March 2012

Les Charlton, “An Artist Who Knows His Place”, Beijing This Month, December 2002

Maria Prerauer, ‘African Nights’, The Bulletin, 28 June 1994.

"TAFE College sculpture instructor John Gould with student James Brown"; (photograph above) in David Moore, Image of New England, Armidale Development Corporation, NSW, 1992.

Celia Winter-Irving, “John Gould’s Sculpture”, Aspect, ed. Rudi Krausmann, No. 31, Winter 1984 (pp 53-55).

Reviews, interviews and photographs of work in The Bulletin; The Sydney Morning Herald; The Canberra Times; The Southside Chronicle (ACT); The Australian; Art in Australia; Vogue; The Armidale Express (NSW); The New England Times (NSW); The Northern Daily Leader (NSW); The Herald (Zimbabwe); Focus (Beijing); Beijing This Month (November 2001); Metro (Beijing); The National (PNG); The Post Courier (PNG); Art Almanac; M16 Artspace website
; and
; Tuggeranong Arts Centre website
and exhibition catalogues as listed above.



Cover photograph. DFAT Office of Development Effectiveness, Responding to Crisis: Evaluation of the Australian aid program’s contribution to the national HIV response in Papua New Guinea, 2006–2010, August 2012.

“Downtown”, “Waiting to Berth”, “Safe Harbour”, “Navigating the Channel” and “Rain Spirits”, in Artists, Cooks & Storytellers: Moments in Papua New Guinea.  All Nations Women’s Group, Papua New Guinea, 2012.

 “Depicting HIV/AIDS”, Weekend Courier Magazine, Papua New Guinea, 26 November 2011.
“Portrait of Dean Wettenhall”, Meeting the Challenge, ACT Government Community Care Disability Program, October 1999.

Photograph of Sekai Nzenza-Shand (author), Songs to An African Sunset: A Zimbabwean Story, Lonely Planet Journeys, Hawthorn, Victoria, 1997.

“African wildlife”, Australian Doctor, 19 December 1997, p. 49.

Max Lovell (ed). Aries Art 94, Limited edition, Armidale, NSW, Vol 1, No 1 (1994).



Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart.

Chin Investments (NG) Limited, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Australian Embassy, Beijing, China
(two original framed photographs of Embassy in summer and winter).

National Gallery of Australia
(limited edition print in Aries Art 94, ed. Max Lovell, Vol 1, No 1, 1994).

University of New England, Armidale, NSW.

Australian National University art collection, Canberra, ACT.

Lord Alastair McAlpine, UK.

Over 350 private collections in Australia, USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, China and Papua New Guinea.


Updated May 2017