Very excited that this drawing has been selected as a finalist for the Banyule Works on Paper Award.
Opening Night: Wednesday 4th October 2017, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: 5th October - 2nd December 2017
@ Hatch Contemporary Arts Space
14 Ivanhoe Parade, Ivanhoe
Window in The Compost House, 2017
The Compost House, May 2017
Efthimia in the house, April 2017
Building the House with Martin Hengveld, March 2017
Pressing Pumpkin runners.
Building plan, January 2017
Yarra Sculpture Gallery, December 2015
Preparing for tomorrow's community workshops to renovate the Eltham Copper Butterfly mural at Edendale. During the past two years I have created many butterflies: I've sewn it, appliqued it, drawn it, painted it, made it from wood and recycled materials, dressed up as it and now mosaicked it! The people of Eltham really love this insect.
I met some angels last night...
"Must I give up now? If I do give up, then mankind will lose its storyteller. And if mankind once loses its storyteller, then it will lose its childhood.”
“What is wrong with peace that its inspiration doesn't endure?”
The aged poet, Wim Wenders Wings of Desire
Setting up for a crit at Uni. Final year Masters student's work hangs on the wall behind mine. Great session...
Spending the day in conversation with paint, today we agree.
I wear a suit, its hot, I raise my hand to you for acknowledgement, I'm lost. I have a sore head...
Pumpkin Flower- the Fall, 2015 acrylic house paint on timber round (27cm x 14cm)
The pumpkin flower is short lived, if the flower is pollinated a tiny pumpkin will form at it's base growing larger and larger. If not, it will fall signaling decay and the earth’s system of composting all that was once living.
This baby sized artwork is painted on camphor laurel timber.