Proud to have a few works hanging at the new, retro ‘Cool Man Hair’ in Kenmore, Queensland.
After much experimentation, wasted paint, ruined canvasses and clothes, I am very excited to have produced a series of acrylic paintings. I’ve been playing around with a variety of substraights, scale, and a whole lots of different paint recipes.
I hope to get an exhibition together soon – but in the meantime, visit my portfolio to see what I’ve done, and maybe find something you like.
Cambridge Street Gallery – Fitzroy, Melbourne
Slowly waking from a creative slumber, I am proud to have been selected to exhibit in the Cambridge Street Gallery portraiture exhibition this month. The exhibition goes from 24 February – 4 March. It is free entry – drop in if you get a chance.
The piece selected is ‘David- The Teacher’ from my Boxed Lives series. It is a portrait of my father, and reflects his upbringing, interests, work and family life, and physical characteristics.
Even more exciting is that my daughter, Molly, also had a piece selected.
After a hiatus from the studio for a while, I have been inspired to pick up the paintbrushes again. Having a wonderful time creating.
You can follow the progress of the paintings on my Facebook page.
Works will be listed for sale shortly, as well as a series of prints. If you’re interested in purchasing or commissioning a piece, just send me a message.
After quite a hiatus of creating, I’m pleased to be back in the studio and starting a new series ‘Boxed Lives’.
They all have quite a detailed storyline, but the viewer is encouraged to make their own.
All made from recycled materials.
L’il Rabbit is the latest of the ‘Little Creatures’ series. She took over 60 hours, but was a labour of love. You can check out the process of her birth on my Facebook page.
This headpiece has been made through Red Zebra Designs and recently featured in a calendar to raise funds for the Beautiful You Cancer Charity.