My Outlander series will open at the Brunswick Street Gallery in Fitzroy this Friday night, 15 April from 6pm.
The exhibition continues on to 28 April - as advertised in the April edition of the Art Almanac.
Last day of the People Place exhibition is this Saturday, 23 January, 2016. Everyone is welcome to come along and meet the artists for a celebration on Friday 22 January from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
I have two new photo-based artworks in a group exhibition at the Ipswich Community Gallery, curated by the Ipswich Art Gallery.
Something borrowed #1: Margaret Olley and Annamaria Mays Vermeer is the first in my Something borrowed still life series that combines objects from two different people. This series explores the relation between objects, landscape and memory. As memory can be contained in objects I use the photographic object together with still life arrangements to evoke common or shared memories in the viewer - of people, place or experience. This work brings together an element from the natural landscape and the objects of two artists from different demographics whose work is embedded in the domestic landscape - Margaret Olley and Annamaria Mays Vermeer.
The work Annamaria Mays Vermeer is the first in a series of contemporary portraits that I intend to continue creating over the next year.
The exhibition includes 17 other artists from the Ipswich and is open until 22 January, 2016.
My artwork, Still Life with Milk Jug, has been selected for the Flying Arts Qld Regional Art Awards Touring Exhibition for 2016. Congratulations to all the winners and the 33 artists selected for the exhibition including 4 of my Ippy pals - Sharon McKenzie, Donna Davis, Karen Stephens and Alan Tulloch.
Check out all of the artworks here.
Ipswich Life Magazine have done a great article for the Local Now exhibition, currently on at the Ipswich Art Gallery.
Check out the article here to learn more about the artists and their work.
Oh yeah, almost forgot, I"m on the cover ;-)
I've entered the Flying Arts Qld Regional Art Awards this year with my entry - Still life with milk jug. Please check out the gallery of all the artists, including a whole host of talented Ipswich artists, who have entered here. You can also vote here in the People's Choice award for your favourite entry.
I've been selected to exhibit in the Local Now exhibition at the Ipswich Art Gallery in September alongside 7 other artists from the Ipswich, Somerset and Scenic Rim regions - Gary Abkin, Merton Chambers, Mieke Den Otter, Sharon Harper-Greentree, Alinta Krauth, Kate Roberts and Christopher Trotter.
Looking forward to completing a body of photographic work, Outlander, that I initiated in 2012. After focusing on other arts projects over the last few years I now am able to resolve this work and am pleased to have the opportunity to present it at the Ipswich Art Gallery.
I'm thrilled to be accepted to conduct an artist residency at The Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Studio in the Tweed Regional Art Gallery in Murwillumbah, NSW. I'll be heading down to NSW later in the year to create works in this gorgeous location and conduct research at the Margaret Olley Art Centre.
I recently finished a public art commission for the new Mater Private Hospital at Springfield. I'm thrilled to be part of the Mater's art collection and hope that my artworks will assist in the recovery and well-being of the patients.
Thank you to IAM Projects for offering me this opportunity and supporting me through the process.
I'm honoured to be selected as the Major Prize winner by Ben Quilty, the judge for the 2015 Ipswich Art Awards.
Congratulations to all the winning artists and a huge thank you to all the sponsors that make this award possible.
I've been selected as one of 27 finalists in the national art prize,Tidal: City of Devonport Art Prize, with my digital print on aluminium panel - The Gullfather. It's an honour to be selected for this art prize and to have my work in the Devonport Regional Art Gallery. As Tassie is one of my favourite places in Australia it's also a great excuse to go back and visit again!
Congratulations to other 26 finalists. I look forward to meeting you all there!
The opening event is on Friday 12 December and the exhibition is on from 13 December, 2014 until 1 February, 2015. Check out the website for more details devonportgallery.com
My artwork, Displaced #2: Glossy Black Cockatoo, has been selected for the Flying Arts Qld Regional Art Awards 2015 Touring exhibition.
I'm in great company with many very talented artists selected for this show including two other Ipswich artists - the Winner, Sharon McKenzie and Donna Davis as well as two Toowoomba photographers, Doug Spowart and Victoria Cooper. To check out all the selected artists click here.
Congratulations to all the artists selected for this touring exhibition of Qld and I look forward to seeing you all at the opening in February, 2015.
I'm pleased to announce that I've been selected as a finalist in this year's Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2014 along with 39 artists from around the country. (View the finalists here) My selected artwork is Adaptation #1: Little Corella, digital photography on Aluminium.
The prize will be judged by the Director of Queensland Art Gallery, Chris Saines, and the winner will be announced at the Opening Event.
The finalist exhibition will be held at the Caloundra Regional Gallery from 27 August to 26 October, 2014 and the opening event will be held on Wednesday, 27 August from 6pm.
I'm excited to be involved in another Homegrown group exhibition curated by the Ipswich Art Gallery. This exhibition is comprised of artworks in all mediums from emerging and professional artists across the Ipswich region.