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Bellarine

I am updating my website this month. Some of my work is very difficult to capture within the format of a screen. I always photograph work before glass framing, but sometimes I think showing the frame is also important.

If you see any of my works either in the gallery or shop sections that indicate they are framed and there is no photo, please contact me and I will email you a photo.

This is from a series I made in 2018. A series of paper collages. Bellarine will be exhibited at the upcoming DUST exhibition this coming May 3rd in Brisbane. Details here

 

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Exhibition – Summer Projects VI

I will be exhibiting 7 paintings at Boom Gallery as part of a group show, Summer Projects VI.

Also participating in the show is Ingrid Daniell, Yvonne Paton, Elizabeth Barnett and Belinda Wiltshire.

All the current work for the show is available via my shop that will then directly link to the Boom Gallery website. You can purchase online or email them if you have any questions.

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The Shoreline Series

 

As apart of an ongoing investigation to my surroundings, I am producing a series of works around shorelines.

Walks.

Mapping.

Response.

Timelines.

Nature.

Topography.

Movement.

Memory.

Impermanence.

Landscape Immersion.

 

These images are all apart of a show for Side Gallery, Et. Al. A group Christmas Show only for a few days. December 5-9.

 

Mixed Media on Paper. 14 in Total. All the works are 17.5cm x 17.5cm.

You can purchase these via Side Gallery as a single buy, a group of two, three or more. You choose.

Framing format is versatile to suite your interpretation of each capture.

 

 

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Works on Paper and happenings

Here are a few recent works I have available on paper. Please note that selected works have a free shipping code PAPERSHIPFREE

 

Coming up soon I will be having a small group show at Side Gallery in Brisbane and also be participating in a Summer Series Show at Boom Gallery in Geelong.

With summer holidays approaching, I will be spending some time exploring northern NSW and I’ll be paying particular attention to the Birdlife.

Recently I became aware of a collaborative project about migratory Shoreline Birds, called Overwintering. Artist, Kate Gorringe-Smith has initiated this mapping project and around 150 artists from NZ and Australia are involved, producing prints on their observations of these birds. I’ve been wanting an excuse to get back into some printmaking so this will be the perfect trigger. When I first started painting years ago, birds were often the subject matter of my work and here where I live and work I constantly pay attention to the local avians coming and going.

 

Stay tuned….