Here I share thoughts and feelings about what inspires my paintings, and information about my latest work and activities.
A public and free exhibition of my work is scheduled to be held in the Melbourne City Library public gallery during spring 2021. The exhibition will feature brand new works that depict Australian nature accompanied by written memories of how I found them. I will post more information as the
From August to October 2020 I hosted an online, virtual exhibition of paintings created between 2019 and early 2020. The exhibition was originally scheduled to be held in a real gallery in Melbourne, but it was cancelled along with nearly everything else in the city because of the pandemic. Although
It’s September and I’m wearing shorts and a t-shirt for the first time since maybe February. It’s not quite warm enough for it with a cool breeze cutting through the morning sunshine, but I didn’t dress for the weather. I just wanted to feel like I could get away with
Despite being in a rather strict Covid-19 lockdown, I am participating in a very unique style of exhibition that could only exist at this time and place. State of DisasterSeptember 6 – 20 2020Kensington, VictoriaCo-curated by Rute Chaves and Tameka Carter If you’re in Kensington or within 5km, you can
During my last outings into the Australian bush (before my city was put in lock down) I was fixated on spotting an echidna. I know they are around where I’m walking because I can see their scratching in the ground where they’ve been using their tiny paws to dig for
Throughout 2019 and 2020 I’ve been working on a series of paintings which I planned to exhibit in the art space at City Library, Melbourne, in spring. It’s been fun sharing these works one by one online to a small audience, but I had a plan to bring them together
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