From dawn to dusk, the eternal landscape endures the ravages of time, weather and climate. My paintings and drawings explore the effect that time and weather impact on the landscape and the notion of an identity with the coastal fringe or the outback.

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Bachelor of Visual Art SCU NSW
Cert 4 WTA Gold Coast Qld
Design Kingscliff NSW
Registered Nurse PHH Melbourne
Post Grad Orth. Rehab. RCH Melbourne
Up until recently, I worked and taught within TAFE in the fine art, disability
and graphic design schools.


I have participated in solo and collective exhibitions for 50 years.

More recently:
2017 YAC acquisitive award Bass Coast Shire
2016 Highly Commended Corinella Art Show
2016 Peoples Choice ASPI Easter Exhibition
2015 Finalist Art Prize Mission to Seafarers
2015 Finalist Art Prize Mission to Seafarers Peoples Choice
2015 Corinella Art Show Highly Commended for painting of historical interest
2015 San Remo Rotary Art Show First Prize Local Entry
2014 Artists' Society of Phillip Island First Prize Acrylic + Viewers Choice
2014 Artists’ Society of Phillip Island Easter Exhibition First Prize Contemporary
2013 Victorian Mission to Seafarers Art Award Viewers’ Choice finalist
2013 Victorian Mission to Seafarers Art Award finalist
2013 ASPI Easter show highly commended
2013 BCAS Easter show first prize for acrylic
2012 Box Hill Rotary Art Show selected for entry
Lismore joint exhibition ‘Change’
Lismore Regional Gallery Portrait Prize
Tweed Regional Art Gallery Border Art Prize
Tweed Regional Art Gallery Environmental Art Prize
Jacaranda drawing award Grafton short listed

I like to paint a narrative into my works, a visual story telling about living on the coastal fringe of Australia. I explore history, seasonal weather and climate and relate this to life in general by putting it into my work. Climate is what you expect and weather is what you get.

90cm (W) x 90cm (H)
Acrylic Paint
50cm (W) x 70cm (H)
Oil Paint
90cm (W) x 90cm (H)
Acrylic Paint
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