TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS NOW AVAILABLE! Thanks to the help of the great folks at Arthritis WA, I am able to attract tax deductible donations to support the establishment of integrated care for people living with brittle bones (Osteogenesis Imperfecta). You can make a direct contribution via this link and it will be tax deductible (over […]

Sleepy Hollow 2017, acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80cm

I’m in countdown mode for my solo exhibition, Little Pieces of Me, which will show at Gallows Gallery from 2 -10 February. Apart from being a huge effort, because it’s my first solo show, I am also really determined to raise awareness of Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bones) through my work. The whole body of paintings […]

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough 2017 acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 152 x 152cm (for auction)

As the year races quickly to an end, I’m so excited to announce a bunch of news: exhibitions with a new representing gallery in Austria and Germany, a feature in new book Artists of Perth, the paintings are ready for my solo show in February. And more! Best wishes to you and your family for […]

Como Contemplation 120x120cm acrylic on canvas

I’m exhibiting again with the Abstract Angels in ‘Journey of the Heart’ at The Moores’ Building in Fremantle. When we exhibit together we set out to raise funds for a community cause – this year 10% of all proceeds will be donated to the Heart Foundation.

At a fundraising event in Perth I donated a large painting ‘Serengeti Sundance’ for auction. The Hunger Project is an inspiring organisation that empowers women and men living in rural villages in Africa, India, Bangladesh and Latin America to end their own hunger. Their aim is to eradicate world hunger by 2030.

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough 2017 acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 152 x 152cm (for auction)

I am really excited to let you know that I have secured a gallery for my first solo show, ‘Little Pieces of Me’. It will take place after the summer holidays, 1-10 February 2018, at Gallows Gallery in Glyde St, Mosman Park, Western Australia (WA).

Yayoi Kusama,Statue of Venus Obliterated, 1998 - at Singapore National Art Museum

On a recent trip to Singapore, there were some major highlights: Cirque du Soleil, the Kinetic Rain at Changi Airport and the retrospective exhibition of work by Japanese artist Yoyoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow.

I’m so excited to announce that PAKS Gallery in Austria will show my work and represent me in Europe from next year (2018).

Mint Real Estate and Mortimer and White Interior designers are some of my regular customers who lease my paintings to vitalise houses that are up for sale or due for a photo shoot. Quite often the paintings sell too. Not only to the house buyer but often to the seller too.

It was thrilling to have my work at Artexpo New York in April. Over four days, the art fair at Pier 94 saw about 25,000 people through the door. With more than 400 exhibitors showing the work of over 1,000 artists, I’m sure it was an eye-filling experience!