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Queenscliff Gallery Workshop – June 2018 Residency

By |28th Jul, 2018|

I spent an inspiring week in residence at the wonderful Queenscliff Gallery Workshop, courtesy of the Geelong Print Awards prize I won in 2017.   I’ve added some of the highlight […]

An Evolving Art Practice

By |29th Apr, 2018|

12-Year Restropective
23 April – 28 June 2018
Media House Gallery
Recently, I’ve been reconsidering the motivations behind my desire to make art. As a teenage photographer, I was as much infatuated with […]

Refuse @ Tacit Galleries

By |12th Mar, 2018|

Refuse is a series of 13 collagraphic prints and continues my experimentation with ink on roadside rubbish. The debut was at Melbourne’s Tacit Galleries in March 2018.

2017 Year-End Wrap

By |31st Dec, 2017|

2018 Editions @ Tacit Galleries

By |22nd Dec, 2017|

For the fourth consecutive year, I have been invited to participate in Tacit Galleries’ annual survey of contemporary printmaking: Editions 2018.   The exhibition is 7-18 February and will feature the work of 54 […]

Footpath Fauna @ TACIT

By |3rd Nov, 2017|

Embedded in urban footpaths and trampled by a torrent of townsfolk, fossilised organisms lay dormant. Liberated they seek 3-dimensional destinies.

Footpath Fauna Artworks

Elements Exhibition @ TACIT

By |3rd Nov, 2017|

Elements pays homage to the fundamental role of Women in ensuring the survival of our species.

Faces of mature women are juxtaposed against the Periodic Table of Elements, which was developed […]

2017 Winter E-News

By |20th Aug, 2017|

2017 Editions @ Tacit Contemporary Art

By |13th Jan, 2017|

For the third consecutive year, I was invited to participate in Tacit Contemporary Art’s annual survey of contemporary printmaking: Editions 2017.   The exhibition was 8-26 February and featured the work […]

Exhibition @ Tacit Contemporary Art

By |2nd Oct, 2016|

This exhibition continues the theme of juxtaposing nature-made with human-made.  From bees to blokes and parrots to panty-hose.  The 12 artworks are multi-plate, photopolymer etchings spanning social commentary to pure nonsense […]