1975 - Bartoni Gallery: Victorian Women Sculptors

1976 - Bartoni Gallery: Solo show - Sculpture "Masks"

1977 - Visual arts grant  

1977 - Lauraine Diggins Gallery: Solo show Sculpture  

1979 - Hogarth Gallery Sydney: Joint show with Jon Quinn

1980 - Bonython Gallery, Adelaide: Joint Show Kim

1981 - Distil fink Gallery: Joint Show 

1982 - Commission: Australia Postage Stamps "Explorers Series" 

1983 - "Mad In Australia" Design Studio  

1985 - Ballarat Dine Art Gallery: "53" Exhibition 

1988 - Australian Bi - Centennial Travelling Exhibition 

1992 - Castlemaine Fine Art Gallery: Portrait Show 

1997 - Maryborough Regional Gallery: Sculpture Show 

1998 - Convent Gallery: Solo show  

1999 - Qdos Gallery: Solo Painting and Sculpture Show 

2003 - Ballarat Fine Art Gallery: Solo Show  

2005 - Ballarat Fine Art Gallery : Solo Show " Earth"

2006 - Qdos Gallery: Group Sculpture Show

2006 - Lauraine Diggins Gallery: Solo Show " Earth" Sculpture and Painting  

2006 - Montalto Sculpture Prize Finalist 

2006 - Toorak Sculpture Prize: 2nd Prize 

2007 - Contempora Docklands Sculpture 

2009 - Finalist "Blake Prize" Winner of inaugural Blake Prize "Human Justice Award" 

2009 - Toyota Sculpture Show 

2011 - Lauraine Diggins Gallery: "Elements Within Sculpture" Group show 

2014 - Lauraine Diggins  Gallery: “the Object Devine” Group Show.  

2016 - Palmer Sculpture Biennial

2016 - “Organic Forms and Earth Paintings” solo show at The Art Vault, Mildura

2016 - Allendale Studio: “Works In Studio“

2017 - Langford 120 Gallery: “Organic Sculptural Forms and Earth Paintings“

2017 - “Naked and Nude“ The Manning Art Prize Finalist

2018 - Langford 120 Gallery: “Edge”

Online features:

http://www.langford120.com.au/17-dianne-coulter.html

https://www.diggins.com.au/exhibition/earth-dianne-coulter/

http://www.sunraysiadaily.com.au/story/3891040/art-worlds-colliding/

http://araratregionalartgallery.blogspot.com/2009/12/

https://www.theartvault.com.au/index.php?fc=module&module=smartblog&id_post=9&slug=dianne-coulter&controller=details

https://www.veniceclayartists.com/aussie-sculptural-landscape/

Aritst Statement:

“Di’s (Dianne’s) work has ranged from classically influenced figurative with a contemporary interpretation to large experimental pieces as in the “ Earth “ shows.

If occasionally works are relatively small, others are decidedly not: she refuses to let the kiln size limit her imagination. When Dianne makes allusions to the past, tradition is never a limiting factor.

Her use of clay is highly experimental and often combined with a wide range of imaginative,

unlikely materials.” - Ken Scarlett