Photo by  Tatanja Ross

Photo by Tatanja Ross


Ashley Ronning is a Melbourne-based illustrator and artist. Her creative endeavours began when she was five and she cut her own hair to complete a picture of a pony. She can usually be found in her studio drawing, risograph printing or working on her next zine. When her pens are down she's playing pinball, going to gigs or having a tinnie in the sunshine. 

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Solo Exhibitions
No Place Like Space – Magic Johnston, Melbourne – February 2017
Deep Space House Plant – Rooftop Art Space, Melbourne – February 2015

Selected group exhibitions
Love and Other Crimes – Betty's Espresso, Brisbane – February 2018
Hear Me Out – Collingwood Arts Precinct, Melbourne – November 2017
Comfort Zone – Toast Workroom – August 2017
Bloomin' Beauty – BSIDE Gallery, Melbourne – August 2017
In Common – Guild of Objects, Melbourne – August 2017
Think Pink – Enough Space, Melbourne – November 2016
Playful – Melbourne City Library, Melbourne – April, 2016
Hi, We're New Here – Enough Space, Melbourne – December 2015
Science Friction – Counihan Gallery, Melbourne – November 2015
Secret Garden – Schoolhouse Studios, Melbourne – October 2015
Copier Jam! – Toured regional QLD and NSW – July 2015 to July 2017
Graphic Contents – 1000₤ Bend, Melbourne – June 2015

Selected Press
Feature interview on The Design Kids
Graduate feature interview at the Shillington Design Blog
Illustrator Spotlight at BOOOOOOOM
Guest on episode 3 of Wowee Podcast

Feature interview on Outlier Blog
Speed Date interview at Trouble Juice
No Place Like Space feature at frankie magazine

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