Ralph Stanton is an Australian abstract painter. Formerly practising as an architect / urban designer in Perth, Western Australia  he is now a full-time artist, living and working in Sydney. He has worked and exhibited regularly since 1996  and is currently at Square One Studios, Alexandria NSW sq1.info

He has works at Lowe and Lee Gallery, Newtown NSW

He has shown at Frances Keevil Gallery and Disorder Gallery

Qualifications and Professional Associations:
Diploma of Art & Design (Fine Art) – Claremont School of Art (WA)
Post-graduate Diploma in Town Planning (University College London)
Bachelor of Architecture (University of Melbourne)

He is a foundation member of “CityVision”, an urban design forum in Perth.

Architecture / Urban Design:
Ralph Stanton and his firm were engaged in large-scale land development design projects throughout the Perth region and for comprehensive urban design studies for major regional centres; Ralph has also been involved in design of several houses.

New Residence and Studio in Perth: – In collaboration with  Nash + Ghersinich Architects –
AIA Residential Award Commendation 2005
Town of Vincent – Residential Design Award 2005


Born in Melbourne, Ralph Stanton practised as an architect and town planner in Perth, Western Australia, with his own firm for twenty years. He has lived in London, and has travelled widely in Europe, India, Japan, Israel, North and South America.

After later art studies, he is now a full-time artist, represented by Jahroc Galleries, Margaret River, Western Australia. He has exhibited regularly since 1996 and since 2004 has worked from his award- winning house/studio in Perth. He recently moved to Sydney, and now works at Square 1 studios, Alexandria.