• 'Colour Wheel' Exhibition - April/May 2017

    'Colour Wheel' Exhibition - April/May 2017
  • 'Symphony' Exhibition - March 2017

    'Symphony' Exhibition - March 2017
  • 'Scarborough Art Show' - October 2016

    'Scarborough Art Show' - October 2016

    I will be exhibiting some sculptural works in the 2016 annual Scarborough Art Show. The show is held on the 8th and 9th of October at Scarborough Public School.

    High on a cliff overlooking a spectacular coastline, the Scarborough Art Show has become a cultural beacon of the Illawarra, attracting visitors and exhibitors from the region and across the state.

    Now in its 18th year, the annual show has developed a reputation for its quality, its breadth and its affordability. Painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors join with jewellers, ceramicists and craftspeople from Sydney to the Southern Highlands to create a vibrant exhibition, with something for everyone.

    An hour’s drive south of Sydney through the Royal National Park and across the scenic Seacliff Bridge, visitors can enjoy a coffee, food, live music and kids' entertainment, and come away with an affordable piece of art.

  • 'Practice What You Teach' Exhibition - September 2016

    'Practice What You Teach' Exhibition - September 2016

    'Practice What You Teach' was held at M2 Gallery in Surry Hills, Sydney and exhibited the works from a range of Sydney secondary art teachers. This wonderful initiative, organised by art teacher and artist Camille Softley, was a great success. The exhibition ran from Wednesday 28th September to Tuesday 4th October.

    M2 Gallery
    Shop 4/450 Elizabeth Street
    Surry Hills NSW 2010

    'Practice What You Teach' is an exhibition initiative devoted to motivating and maintain the art making practices of Sydney's talented art teachers.
    We should practice what we teach, so to say, in order to stay in touch with our own creative interests, maintain a connection with the contemporary art world and ultimately prove to those young minds we teach everyday that we are in fact artists. A continued development of artmaking skills and artistic concepts can be highly beneficial to both teacher and student progress. However, due to the time poor nature and demand of teaching, this development is not often prioritised.
    This show exists as an opportunity for professional learning, a network platform and ultimately a strategy for Sydney's art teachers to maintain ongoing artistic development.

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  • 'Insight: Spiritual Art' - July 2016

    'Insight: Spiritual Art' - July 2016

    The 'Insight: Spiritual Art' exhibition was held at Hillside Gallery in July.
    The exhibition brought together a diverse range of artists and focused on spirituality in art and artistic forms of expression.
    This in the first of a series of exhibitions which seek to highlight the value of the 'inner' and spiritual artistic expression by creating high quality exhibitions on this theme.
    The 'Insight' exhibition was held over three days, and featured a range of workshops, artist-run events and walks in the beautiful grounds of the Hillside property.

  • Studio Visit with the Corner Store Gallery

    Studio Visit with the Corner Store Gallery

    Madeleine Young, owner of the Corner Store Gallery with whom I will be holding a solo exhibition this month, has recently interviewed me during a studio visit.

    The full studio visit can be found at the link below:


  • 'Narrative Play' - December 2015

    'Narrative Play' - December 2015

    I am excited to announce a solo exhibition of sculptural and assemblage works to be held in Orange in December at the Corner Store Gallery.

    See the below link to access more information about this show.


  • 50::50, The IAVA Catalogue Show - November 2015

    50::50, The IAVA Catalogue Show - November 2015

    I am excited to be a part of the IAVA Catalogue Show. As an interesting restriction this year, works must fit within at 50 x 50cm dimension restriction.

    The 2015 Showcase will be held at Project Contemporary Artspace.

    Exhibition: 11-22 November 2015
    Project Contemporary Artspace,
    255 Keira St Wollongong • Wed – Sun, 10am – 4pm

    Opening: Friday 13 November @ 7pm
    Guest Speaker: Stephen Nall. Live music by Trent Taylor.

    Artists’ talk:
    Project Contemporary Artspace on Saturday 14 November at 2pm

    Participating artists:
    Damian Bancks, Libby Bloxham, Judy Bourke , Tammie Castles, Catherine Carr, Julie Donnelly, Angela Forrest, Paula Gowans, Karen Hook, Penny Hulbert, Jennifer Jackson, Moira Kirkwood, Jennifer Portman, Deborah Redwood, Melissa Ritchie, Sue Smalkowski, Kate Stehr, Greer Taylor, Vyvian Wilson, Mary Wingrave, T.S. Zaracostas.

  • 'Out of the Illawarra' - August 2015

    'Out of the Illawarra' - August 2015

    'Out of the Illawarra'

    An Exhibition of Contemporary Art

    Fountain Court Gallery, Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney
    Opening event: Thursday 6 August, 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
    Exhibition dates: 4 August to 28 August 2015
    Times: Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
    RSVP: 29 July by email: contact@iavacontempart.org
    This exhibition is kindly supported by Mr Gareth Ward MP and Mr Ryan Park MP

    Out of the Illawarra showcases thirty diverse artists, members of the Illawarra Association for the Visual Arts (IAVA), with paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, sculpture and multimedia works.

    Several large paintings by Illawarra indigenous artist, Peter James Hewitt, will hang on the Reconciliation Wall within the Fountain Court Gallery.

    Other artists include Damian Bancks, Sue Bessell, Libby Bloxham, Judy Bourke, Catherine Carr, Gary Christian, Gillian Day, Alannah Dreise, Melanie Duncan, Angela Forrest, Paula Gowans, Kendal Heyes, Karen Hook, Tony Hull, Jennifer Jackson, Liz Jeneid, Moira Kirkwood, Andrew Netherwood, Robert William Reid, Melissa Ritchie, Lara Seresin, Virginia Settre, Sue Smalkowski, Kate Stehr, Greer Taylor, Arja Valimaki, Mary Wingrave, Vyvian Wilson and T.S. Zaracostas.

    This project was funded by a Cultural Grant from Community, Cultural & Economic Development, Wollongong City Council.

  • Local:Current at Wollongong Art Gallery - November 2013

    Local:Current at Wollongong Art Gallery - November 2013

    I am pleased to be a part of Local:Current 2013, held at Wollongong Art Gallery.

    Local:Current is an annual survey of local artists held by WAG. Artists chosen this year include, Natasha Benten, Sue Bessell, Robert William Reid, Kate Stehr, Vyvian Wilson.

    The show opens on Friday 22nd November, 6 for 6.30pm

    I will also be giving an artist talk on my own works for this show on Saturday 23rd November at 1.30pm.

  • 'IAVA New Members' Show - November 2013

    'IAVA New Members' Show - November 2013

    I am excited to be a part of an exhibition showing the diversity of Illawarra Association of Visual Artists (IAVA) members practice, held at Project Contemporary Artspace in December 2013.

    Exhibiting artists include: Damian Bancks, Natasha Benten, Julie Donnelly, Peter James Hewitt, Kendal Heyes, Katrina O’Brien, Peter O’Brien, Lara Seresin, Sue Smalkowski, Greer Taylor and myself.

    The exhibition opens at 6pm at Project, with Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery speaking, and all welcome.

  • 'Quibble' Solo Exhibition - September 2013

    'Quibble' Solo Exhibition - September 2013

    I am pleased to announce a solo exhibition of assemblage works to be held at the Hanging Space Gallery in Woonona.

    Entitled 'Quibble' the exhibition features an array of mixed media assemblages.

    All are welcome on the opening night, food and refreshments available.

  • June 2012

    June 2012

    Anita Larkin As Mentor for Clitheroe

    As part of the Clitheroe Emerging Sculptor Program I have been asked to select an mentor artist.

    I have received the acceptance of sculptor Anita Larkin for this role, and I'm extremely excited about what this mentoring relationship will bring over the next 12 months.

    I encourage you to go and view some of the amazing mixed media works created by Larkin if you are yet to see her works.

    Anita Larkin

  • Winner of Clitheroe Emerging Sculptor Prize

    As part of the 2012 Bondi Sculpture by the Sea I have recently been selected as a recipient of the Clitheroe Merging Sculptor Prize.

    In 2006, the Clitheroe Foundation and Sculpture by the Sea established The Clitheroe Foundation Emerging Sculptor Mentorship Program, awarding $10,000 each to 3 selected artists. The mentor program aims to encourage professional and meaningful fellowships between emerging sculptors and established practitioners. In benefit of Sculpture by the Sea's established organisational framework, the program facilitates a skills exchange between the emerging artists and their mentors and provides a forum for the professional and technical development of the emerging sculptors.

    I am extremely excited to say the least, at this amazing opportunity.

  • April 2012

    April 2012

    Selection as a Finalist in Sculpture by the Sea 2012

    My work 'The Drogue' from my current 'Voyage' series has been selected to be a part of this years Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi.

    Sculpture by the Sea is an outdoor sculpture exhibition that runs from Bondi to Tamarama Beach.

    It features over 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world and is one of the world's largest free to the public events.

    My work will be situated on one of the rock platforms on the walk between Bondi and Tamarama.

    What: Bondi Sculpture by the Sea SculpturebytheSea

    Where: Coastal Walk, Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach

    When: Thursday 18 October - Sunday 4 November 2012