Bronwyn Bancroft has been painting for over 30 years. She creates unique paintings, which continue to be exhibited Nationally and Internationally. She has a diverse Artistic practice including public art commissions and imagery design for private commission.
Bronwyn illustrated her first children's book, The Fat and Juicy Place in 1992. Since then, Bronwyn has authored and illustrated 31 childrens books.
Her company Designer Aboriginals Pty Ltd was established in 1985 and continues to be commissioned for health strategies on a National and State level.
In 2012, Bronwyn was approached by the Health and Arts Research Centre to create a design for the atrium lift shaft of the new Royal North Shore Hospital in St Leonards, NSW. The commission involved the completion of a massive 4.7m x 2.2m Acrylic work on paper titled Earth Wind Fire Water. The image was printed onto glass three times the size of the original artwork.
Bronwyn currently holds Board positions with Copyright Agency, the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME), and Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative. Bronwyn is constantly involved in activism for New South Wales Aboriginal Artists, particularly in her voluntary role at Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative.
Bronwyn has a Master of Studio Practice and a Master of Visual Arts from the University of Sydney, and is currently a Doctoral candidate at the University of Sydney.