From April 4 to April 17 I will be exhibiting my woven linocuts at the Firestation Print Studio. Firestation is situated at 2 Willis Street, Armadale, Victoria & the opening hours are Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
My work will be included in ‘Editions’ at Tacit Galleries. The exhibition showcases Victorian printmakers & will be opening on February 7.
Sleepwalking Towards The Apocalypse opened at the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery on August 15, 2017. The show will run until October 15.
From August 25 until October 15, 2017 ‘Sleepwalking Towards The Apocalypse’ will be showing at the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery. The exhibition will feature my most recent linocuts, woven linocuts & quilted linocuts. The catalogue cover shown was designed by Daryl Turner.
My ‘Selfie Quilt’ will be showing in the Fremantle Print Award exhibition opening on Thursday September 22 & running till Saturday November 12 at the Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Western Australia.
My linocut ‘The Apocalypse Tattoo Parlour Does The Christian Democrat’ has been shortlisted for the 2016 Swan Hill Print & Drawing Acquisitive Awards. All the shortlisted entries will be exhibited in the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery from May 14 until July 10, 2016.
I have been selected as a finalist in the Rene Carcan International Prize for Printmaking. The exhibition for all those of us shortlisted will be in Bruxelles at the beginning of 2016. This caps off what has been an exceptional year for me.
My linocut ‘Doing The Apocalypse Boogie’ was one of the 55 shortlisted from 175 entries in the Australian Print Triennial prize. The exhibition opens on October 29 and runs till November 1 at the Art Vault, Mildura.
‘The Lost Quilt’ has been shortlisted for the Silk Cut Award. It will be exhibited at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery (Caulfield Town Hall) from September 5 until September 2015.
My linocut ‘Lost (Green)’ is amongst the 45 works shortlisted for the Geelong Print Award. It will be exhibited in the Geelong Gallery from August 22 until November 22.