Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Landscapes of the Heart - Exhibition

I am exhibiting some small works on paper at 69 Smith St Gallery.
There is an opening -drinks and nibbles this Saturday 4-6pm

The exhibition is on until April 25th and is open over Easter 1-4pm.
Call in if you are in the area!

Here is the invitation - please pass it on.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Work for Contemporary Art Society

The CAS has an A4 exhibition on Herring Island
Opens on March 21st so here are three works I submitted.
Mixed media, called Morning Light 1,2 and Evening Light 1

Sunday, March 15, 2015

I changed it

The big red blob was worrying me - so I changed it. Here is the before and after



69 Steps Exhibition at Yarra Sculpture Gallery

I have completed a work 100cm x 80 cm for the exhibition below. Opening Saturday 21st March

The work is called Autumn Morning Walk, Melbourne - below. Inspired by the wonderful golden and amber light that is around at present, trees starting to shed their leaves, and a feeling of optimism in the air.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Works in progress

More little landscapes on paper - charcoal, gouache, gesso, pastel - these are the basics - to be augmented

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

A day in the studio

This weekend I managed a day in the studio - the first since the beginning of February
It has been a stressful time and it was good to just paint - gouache and watercolour on paper around 8x6 inches, Called Reverie 1-4

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Winner of SHE comptetion

This was the winning entry in the SHE competition as judged by Louis Miller.

 Apparently there were many entries, so I was particularly pleased to make the finals
These are entries that I liked

Thursday, March 5, 2015


Proud to announce that I am a finalist in the competition SHE at the Walker Street Gallery in Dandenong.
This is the image I entered,  with the artist statement:
"When we lose people we love, we shouldnever disturb their souls, whether living or dead. Instead, we should find consolation in an object that reminds you of them" Oran Pamuk - The Museum of Innocence