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First post of the year.
I am currently preparing for a group show at Lethbridge Gallery in Wambool Street, Bulimba, Brisbane, opening 5 April 2019 and continuing through to 5 May 2019.
The latest edition of Indulge magazine (#16 Spring18) contains this article about my work and the Lethbridge 10,000 prize.
The exhibition ‘Artists to Watch’ is showing at Lethbridge Gallery, Paddington, Brisbane from 18 August 2018 until 3 September 2018. I have four paintings in this show including Ghostly Garden and Pandorea (below).
In the latest July news, my painting Grizelle Vase has been awarded the Lethbridge 10,000 small scale art award 2018!
Grizelle Vase is included in the Lethbridge 10,000 show at Lethbridge Gallery, Paddington, Brisbane opening on July 14.
My exhibition, Shifting Worlds was held in June 2018 at Graydon Gallery, 29 Merthyr Road, New Farm, Brisbane.
The painting Monstera (below) was part of Shifting Worlds.
Scape to Scape is opening on Friday the 6th of April 2018, 6 – 8 pm at Lethbridge Gallery, 11 Wambool Street, Bulimba, Brisbane. The exhibition runs for a month from April 6 until May 6 2018. This is a group show with two other artists and it includes my painting below ‘Quietly’.
‘Big Cloud’ has been highly commended in the finalist group of the Clayton Utz Art Award 2017 at Clayton Utz, Brisbane.
‘New Flower’ is part of the exhibition for the Lethbridge 10,000 award at Lethbridge Gallery, Paddington, Brisbane.
‘Into Blue’ is a finalist in the Clayton Utz Art Award 2016 in Brisbane.
This painting’s cloudy image could be read either as the merging pattern of river with ocean, as the plume from a chimney or as smoke from an explosion.
‘Closer’ has been selected for the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize exhibition 2016 held at the South Australian Museum, Adelaide.
The painting could be variously read as a storm cloud, as industrial emissions, a dust storm, smoke from a bush fire, or as ash pouring from a volcano. Cloud symbolises the nebulous, the uncertainty of knowing how to pace the use of natural resources against the environment’s natural rate of recovery. My intention is in no way didactic or to seek objectivity. I aim for ambiguity rather than to make a statement or declare an answer.
My painting ‘Flutter/Lurk’ has been acquired by Jupiters Hotel, Surfers Paradise as part of the refurbishment of their suites.