Jenny Crompton is an artist and lives on the Victorian Surf Coast, the land of her ancestors, the Wadawurrung.


Her art practice focuses on themes that explore the environment and indigenous culture of her country.


Part of her process is walking the land and respectfully gathering natural materials, which allows her to reconnect, listen and interpret an essence of her culture through the making of sculpture and paintings.


Jenny won the Deadly Art Award at the Victorian Indigenous Art Awards (VIAA) in 2014 and was a finalist in the 2015 VIAA awards.


Jenny won the 2016 Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Sculpture Trail Award.



1996  Private commission mosaic panel for restaurant

1996  Private commission mosaic roman arch

1998  Mosaic Statues for International Flower and Garden Show and Southgate Promenade

1998  Mosaic urns for Southgate Promenade

1998  Private commission mosaic panels for garden

1998  Fringe furniture festival - mosaic pot

1999  Private commission mosaic sculpture and fountain

2011  Private commission paintings

2014 Deady Art Award - 2014 Victorian Indigenous Art Awards

2014 Highly commended - Koorie Art Show

2015 Finalist- 2015 Victorian Indigenous Art Awards

2016 Lorne Sculpture Biennale - Winner of the Sculpture Trail Award

2016 Lorne Sculpture Biennale - Winner of the Peoples Choice Award

2016 Hero Worship group show - Craft Victoria
2016 Aboriginal Sculpture  - & Gallery

2016 Who's afraid of colour? National Gallery of Victoria