Sculptures & Works on Paper
I am a Melbourne based artist who exhibits on a regular basis. I use abstract organic shapes to create figurative and anthropomorphic sculptures. For example, deer antlers were used as the starting point for the wax shapes ultimately cast in bronze in my recent “Mythos” series.
My sculpture practice has involved a wide range of media, including stone, wood, wire and assemblages of found objects. I am currently working primarily in bronze. Other media in my art includes ceramics, textiles and photography.
My first major exhibition was in 2002 at Moor Street Art Gallery, Fitzroy and I have been exhibiting on a regular basis.
PRIZES & AWARDS
2017: Annie Davison Oliver Award, MSWPS
2017: Yering Station, Sculpture Prize
2019: Odense, Denmark (Sept-October)
2018: Stöðvarfjörður, Iceland
2017: Stanley, Tasmania, Australia
Art/Edit, Autumn 2019, pgs. 128-129
Uppercase Magazine, no 38, 2018, pg. 90
Yering Station, Catalogue 2018, interview pgs. 8-9