GREAT NEWS – SIX OPENINGS IN OCT/NOV
• Finalist in 2016 KAAF Art Award
• Finalist in 2016 Redland Art Award
• Finalist in 2016 St George Art Award
• Finalist in 2016 Eutick Still Life Art Award
• Selected for 2016 Hall & Wilcox Art Award
• Selected for Tortoiseshell Gallery Group Show
Above: ‘Study of the Artist’s Son, Max’ – selected for the Redland Art Prize opening in October 2016.
First ‘exclusively portraits’ show in Sydney
Delighted to have been allocated the beautiful Cooper Rooms at Juniper Hall as part of the group show ‘Four Finalists’ of the 2015 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. The show featured the ‘After Retinal Detachment’ portrait series plus some brand new portraits and supporting sketches. The collection included work that’s appeared in the country’s most prestigious art awards including the Archibald Prize and the Black Swan Prize plus the Mosman Art Prize, the Percival Portrait Prize, Hazelhurst’s Art on Paper award and others.
2015 HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
A second appearance in the Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW and my first selection as a Moran Portrait Prize finalist.
2015 Mosman Art Prize
Delighted to make the finals for the third time in four years at Mosman Art Gallery, which hosts the oldest municipal art award in Australia.
Portraits at Stanley Street Gallery
This group show at Liza and Merilyn’s lovely venue in East Sydney featured three of my works.
Nebulae at Project 
Special opening event with astronomer Prof. Fred Watson AM. The joint show with sculptor Lee Blattmann included Nebula paintings from 2010-2015 plus video works. Thanks to all at the venue and special lighting by VOS Group and JSB Lighting.
Above: ‘Night move’ – is a finalist in the 2016 Korea-Australia Arts Foundation Art Award.
Above: ‘Time is short’ – selected for the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award at the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery opening in November 2016.
Above: ‘Guy Morgan with no subjects’ – finalist in the 2016 St George Art Award opening in October.
Moran Prize Artist’s Talk
A well-attended event at Juniper Hall as part of the ‘Four Finalists’ exhibition in Paddington.