A note from the artist..
2017 is well under way and work has been progressing nicely in my spacious new studio in Den Haag, Netherlands. Not to mention a very busy end to 2016 working on a new series of ceramics with the amazing Neville French which will be exhibited later this year. It is safe to say the year of the Rooster is looking exciting and I look forward to sharing details as the year goes on. For now here are a few things on the horizon:
Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong
After a successful exhibition in Hong Kong in September the Four Seasons Hotel are currently displaying a small selection of works in the foyer area – so if you are in the area please drop by and have a look.
When: 1st January – 1st April, 2017
More info: www.thecatstreetgallery.com
Hyper-Botanica, Melbourne, Australia
Gallerysmith have curated a cracking new group exhibition that my work will be part of.
When: 4th -25th February, 2017
Where: Gallerysmith 170-174 Abbotsford St, North Melbourne 3051
More info: www.gallerysmith.com.au
Works on Paper group show, Sydney, Australia
For print fans I will have a new large scale unique print in this works on paper show at Arthouse Gallery.
When: 12th April – 29th April
Where: Arthouse Gallery 66 McLachlan Ave Rushcutters Bay, NSW 2011
More info: www.arthousegallery.com.au
Thank you to WideWalls for featuring my work from Hong Kong on their online magazine. Written by Nina Karaicic, this is an excellent overview of my work and I am deeply appreciative of the thought that has gone into this piece. To read go to: TEXT page
what is upcoming?
- Manly Museum will present an ambitious new exhibition of works on paper, paintings and a new series of ceramics with collaborator Neville French in July…more to come
Title: ‘Still/Life V (Wrong Way)’, 2016, Medium: watercolour, drawing on board, Size: 110 x 100cm Showing at Gallerysmith, Melbourne. Photography: Cher Him
Title: ‘Still/Life IV (the crow knows)’, 2016, Medium: watercolour, drawing on board, Size: 110x 100cm. Showing at The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong. Photography: Cher Him