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Please see Biography for a current list of galleries and stockists of my artwork.

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“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilised people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity.” pioneer environmentalist and author, John Muir

A Necessary Wildness (2018 – current)

Birds (2018/19)

The HeartLand and New Ortus Series (2017/18)

The Ikara-Flinders Ranges series (2016/17)

In my Secret Garden


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The Ikara-Flinders Ranges / Tracing the Line series (2017)

Current series investigating the spectacular Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, with numerous works on paper and a developing body of oil paintings on canvas.

Exhibition Dates 2017

SALA, August 2017

  • ‘Tracing the Line’ joint exhibition with Maggie Moy at Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic, Rose Park, SA
  • The (biennial) Saint Ignatius Art Show, from 11th – 13th August, at 62 Queen St, Norwood, SA
  • Kensi Kollab: group exhibition at The Kensi Hotel, Kensington, SA
  • Unity: group exhibition at The Arkaba, 150 Glen Osmond Road, Fullarton, SA

September 2017

  • Loreto Spring Art Show: 8th- 10th September, Loreto College, 316 Portrush Road, Marryatville, SA

November 2017

  • Stirling Arts Festival, 12 November, St Catherine’s School, Stirling, SA

Please email me with purchasing inquiries.
Paintings (2017)

I’ve included unresolved and early works to indicate how I have (and continue to) explore the rich visual motifs of the hills, trees and colours of the landscape. I’ve traversed between gestural abstraction and more Formalist styles and back again to ‘feel’ out this body of work.

Works on paper (2016-17)

Preliminary studies using watercolour, oil pastels, charcoal and ink undertaken whilst on location, and also back in the studio.

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The Ikara-Flinders Ranges series

I would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, the Adnyamathanha people whose rich connection to country dates back many thousands of years and continues to this day.

img_4927School holidays, October 2016, we embarked on a family camping trip to the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. In addition to towing a 4WD camping trailer, we were also towing along two fairly reluctant teenagers. Ho hum.

I purposefully packed art supplies and made sure our camera had a cleaned memory stick in anticipation of the many sketches and watercolours I would make and numerous photos I was sure to take. And wow, what an amazing place I was constantly reminded this ancient mountain range is. So glad I took my sketchpad and camera.


It is now February 2017, and sufficient time has passed for me to have processed the visual experiences (without my memory getting too blurry) that I have embarked on a new significant body of work, The Ikara-Flinders Ranges landscape series.

Over the last five or six weeks I’ve made numerous watercolour studies exploring the colours and forms to be found in this special place. I’ve also started two larger oil paintings which I am confident is only just the beginning of many.

Oil paintings are below. I felt very confident returning to these luscious paints yet again, and understood how I can get the most out of them, particularly with my penchant for glazing. These works are not yet finished, but I’m loving the forms that are starting to develop.

So excited about this series, I can’t wait to get into the studio whenever it is possible to keep working. I’m also currently looking for exhibition opportunities both here in Adelaide, but also interstate, for this series later on in the year, as I look forward to showing them to the broader public.

So, despite the whinging teenagers, the riches of that 2016 camping trip are beginning to pay off!