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LATEST:  ‘EVERY LAST DROP’ OPENS 

My first solo in more than two years opened on 29 May 2018 at Sharon and Victor Peralta’s One88 Gallery in the heart of Katoomba with a special celebration event on Saturday 2nd June, 5-7pm.  All welcome!

2018 Exhibitions and Awards

Finalist, Percival Portrait Prize, Perc Tucker RG, Townsville.

Double semi-finalist, Hills Art Prize, Oakville College.

Finalist, Bayside Art Awards, Visual Art Prize, Mascot.

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Above: ‘Hanging with Nolan’ – selected for the 2018 Bayside Visual Art Award in Mascot.

2017 Exhibitions and Awards

Finalist, Blacktown City Art Prize.  Finalist, Korea-Australia Arts Foundation Art Prize.  Semi-finalist, Doug Moran National Portrait Prize.  Finalist, Black Swan Prize for Portraiture, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth.  Exhibitor, Archibald Salon des Refusés, SH Ervin Gallery, Sydney.  Finalist,  Chippendale World Art Residency.  Finalist, Lethbridge 10,000 Small-Scale Arts Award, Brisbane.  Finalist, Art in the Hills, Oakhill College Acquisitive Prize.  Exhibitor, Arts Access Australia, Perth International Arts Festival.

First ‘exclusively portraits’ show in Sydney

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Delighted to have been allocated the beautiful Cooper Rooms at Juniper Hall as part of the group show ‘Four Finalists’ of the 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.

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Above: ‘Time is short’ – selected as a finalist in Eutick Memorial Still Life Award at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery.

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Above: ‘Night move’ –  2017 Blacktown City Art Award finalist.

 

Moran Prize Artist’s Talk

A well-attended event at Juniper Hall as part of the ‘Four Finalists’ exhibition in Paddington.

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