Aldona Kmieć is a Polish-born Australian photographic artist. Graduating from the London Metropolitan University in 2008, Aldona settled in Australia in 2009. Working mainly in portrait, landscape and documentary photography, Aldona has also worked on site-specific installations and street art projects.
Her work has been featured on The Block Show (2019), The Design Files magazine and Better Homes & Gardens TV (2015) featuring a street art project Ballarat Faces. Aldona has been the recipient of a number of grants and prizes, including Under the Floorboards art residency award with Uniting Care, finalist Bowness Photography Prize, finalist/winner of Ballarat Art Foundation’s Eureka Art Awards, winner Centre for Contemporary Photography Leica Salon prize, and a treble finalist of the Maggie Diaz Photography Prize.
Her works are held in the public collection of the State Library of Victoria, Museum of Democracy at Eureka, Ballarat Arts Foundation and private collections.
Areas of Expertise
Portrait and Landscape Photography, Wall Art, Paste Ups