Art Atrium Exhibition – Walking the Plank Without a Shadow

This exhibition combines paintings, assemblage, sculptural heads and textile wall hangings.  This body of work acknowledges, highlights and reflects upon the barbaric, cruel and inhumane treatment of women in colonial Australia.    Exhibition to be opened by  Rhonda Davis  (Senior Curator at Macquarie University Art Gallery)      Art Atrium.  12 Daniel Street  Botany   June… Read more »

Story Factory Art Auction 2021

Kitchen Table  acrylic on canvas  66 x 66cm  is to be auctioned off on line from 15th March to 10th April 2021.    All proceeds go to fund creative writing programs for young people in under-resource communities.  For more information go to  

Art Atrium – End of Year Group Exhibition 2020

Summer Sojourn – End of Year Group Exhibition 2020. ‘Sisters’  textile sculpture  (textiles, latex, metal taps, kangaroo fur and wood) various dimensions 2020.   The exhibition will be launched by Joanna Capon OAM, Board Director of the Museum of Chinese in Australia. 5 – 19 December 12 Daniel Street Botany

Fisher’s Ghost Award

The Ladder – Glass Ceiling     mixed media assemblage   144 x 90 x 35cm     (cotton, paint, wood, wool, stilettos and childrens shoes). The Ladder – Glass Ceiling is hanging in the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award at Campbelltown Arts Centre 31 Oct-11 Dec.   It doesn’t matter what you do, say or where you’re educated, it’s still… Read more »

Sedition Arts Festival 2020

Sedition Arts Festival – 15 October to 14 November 2020   The SEDITION festival is in its second year, an art trail that snakes through Sydney from Chinatown to Potts Point. Artists include Brooke Andrew, Blak Douglas, Reg Mombassa, Julie Rapp, Luke Sciberras, Tamara Dean, Susan O’Doherty, Claudia Chan Shaw, Jason Wing, Destiny Deacon, Stuart Spence, Toby Zoates,… Read more »

Salon des Refuses 2020

My portrait of Merran Esson has been selected in this year’s Salon des Refuses exhibition at the S.H. Ervin Gallery. Exhibition runs Saturday Sep 28  –  Sunday November 29. Recently retiring as Head of Ceramics at National Art School, Merran is one of Australia’s most respected ceramicists, working, exhibiting and teaching for over 40 years. … Read more »