I recently submitted a piece of art to the City of Belmont Art Awards 2021 and today I received a call that has me smiling all day. The City of Belmont are acquiring the piece “Filing in the Silences” for the City’s collection. To day I am excited is an understatement 🙂🙂
As you may have gathered we have been on a little road trip – with the goal of attending opening night of the Inland Award Awards exhibition, a great night it was.
Here are a few pictures of our trip.
A great night (and a fabulous caravan journey to Leonora W.A)
“The Sheds” Fremantle inspired abstract landscape.
“New Beginnings” has been installed at the HEART in Margaret River. Thirty six eclectic colourful works of art await your view.
Today we started to hang a few of the paintings I have created in the last 12 months or so, organising my space so I can make my new exhibition pieces easily identifiable for when we collect up to hang at Margaret River HEART next week. I will fill one of our spare bedrooms with exhibition pieces and maybe put another hanging rail in the other bedroom. So much art, so little hanging space.
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If you wonder why things have been a little quiet here I have been painting up a storm – thirty five pieces are ready for my exhibition in Margaret River that opens on the 21st of May 2021. If you are in the region please check it out.
My painting tribute to this auspicious day: “We are Stronger When We Stand Together”
This week I delivered some art to Collie Art Gallery ( in the south west of Western Australia – about 2 hours from our home.)
I am so pleased with the outcome. Collie Art Gallery is a fabulous art space. If you are in Western Australia please pop in and check out the gallery – and my work
I am very happy excited to share with you the dates of my latest exhibition
“ Restless” – which sums up my feelings around 2020.