This exhibition page brings together my practice with the exhibitions my work was part of as the common denominator, rather that individual works. For individual works search the ‘gallery’.

Bermagui, NSW

Nature has capacity for infinity we do not. Our short-termism eats infinity. Can we hold our shared relationship to infinity?

Kangaroo Valley, NSW

surrounding a 300 year old tree this work invites us to shed tears and acknowledge that the earth too is shedding tears.

Gallery Lane Cove, Sydney, NSW

A carpet of bandaged sticks is suspended above the ground — the tears of the earth held for a moment before becoming compost.

Berry, NSW

Installed in Berry Park inversion included a round mirror that allowed you to only see other people near by and the environment.

Wollongong Botanic Gardens, NSW

collecting tears calls on each of us to acknowledge the losses of our world, to allow our tears to fall. Image by Jessica Millman

Nan Tien Temple, Berkley, NSW

How do we ‘know’ something as complex as the earth, as complex as nature?

Bowral Regional Art Gallery, Bowral, NSW

This exhibition included 2 of my small sculptures: the coming to know my patch of the earth… and falling through.

Wollombi, NSW

post tension(ing): a monument to yesterday’s comfort was installed in Wollombi village as part of Sculpture in the Vineyards.

Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra, NSW

grief and ephemerality coexist, one teaches about the other — that we must proceed and we must remain proactive in the face of loss

Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, Nowra, NSW

This work used of 20 chairs destined for landfill as part of the Shoalhaven Council reIMAGINE Sculpture Project.

Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra, NSW

An exhibition of four sculptors making jewelry — I made six works.

Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra, NSW

three percent 3%  was installed as part of the Sea of Waste at Shoalhaven Regional Gallery to coincide with Earth Day 2017.

Wollombi, NSW

describing one of the few straight lines governed by natural forces – a line pulled between the 2 magnetic poles of our planet.

University Western Sydney, Campbelltown, NSW

Coming in and out of focus, the forms and their reflections plummet into the depth of the lake, clear or clipped.

[MARS] Gallery, Windsor, VIC

An underground exhibition of sticks and connections, exploring sticks as precious material.

Wollombi, NSW

A zig-zagging/push-pull structure creates an elastic web, if any element breaks the structure begins to falls apart…

Clark Point Reserve, Woolwich NSW

Sitting lightly in the landscape, this work explore space and by its transparency, the intricacies of space become visible.

Scenic World, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, NSW

A living forest is a network of connections in all directions,  subtle happenings within the cells of a tree or deep within the soil…

Undercliff Winery, Wollombi, NSW

inclusion questions the idea of inside and out – what is included and what is not?

Brenda May Gallery, Waterloo, NSW

A solo exhibition of small and mid sized sculptural works and installations, exploring the impact on rain or lack of it on our world.

University of Western Sydney, Campbelltown campus, NSW

Sometimes when a tree falls in a forest it is caught and held by others to become the most sculptural of trees.

Lorne, VIC

hollow earth is a homage to the earth – to that which lies below, to that which we so often overlook.

Melton Waves Leisure Centre, Melton, VIC

rain stories acknowledges the reality that all water we interact with comes to us in the form of rain.

Bondi, NSW

What is included and what is outside? Where does our connection with inside or outside begin or end?

Scenic World, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, NSW

This boulder-like yet transparent form, an irregular trapezoidal prism, hovers in space questioning the idea of perceived permanence.

St Kilda Town Hall

11 dimensional object was created as a sculptural centre piece for a table at a NGV, Women’s Association fundraising event.

Montalto Winery, Red Hill, VIC

Windings of cable span open space to create curved transparent surfaces over which winds may cross to create sound.

Brenda May Gallery, Waterloo, NSW

3% might seem a small amount, but it is the per annum economic growth our governments encourage, to maintain our lifestyle…

David Jones, Sydney, NSW

inversion responded to the light and architecture of this grand galley space, its transparency holding the light.

[MARS] Gallery, Port Melbourne, VIC

An exploration of the repeated elements that make up the world, our lives and now, our digital world.

Bondi, NSW

Two transparent funnels connect, one rounded edged turned down towards the earth, the other square edged facing upward to the sky.

University of Western Sydney, Campbelltown campus, NSW

A transparent form that contains reminders of a rectangular prism that is unable to remain still, or convincing of its form.

The Hanging Space, Thirroul, NSW

A series of pink black and white paintings… these works are about vulnerability and change, mortality and fragility…

Bermagui, NSW

Sculpture on the Edge is held on Endeavour Headland in Bermagui on the South Coast of NSW.

Scenic World, Katoomba, Blue Mountains NSW

…is time in fact linear? does it stack neatly one moment upon another? or does it really weave its way randomly…

Project Contemporary ArtSpace, Wollongong, NSW

I made this work to explore how incremental increases can make huge impacts on long term outcomes; 3% seems such a small amount…

Wollongong City Gallery, NSW

I was part of the 37th annual TAFE teachers exhibition held in the main gallery at Wollongong City Gallery.

Bondi, NSW

This white threading of cellular memory speaks of its location by the sea while holding the memory of a place far from here.

Project Contemporary ArtSpace, Wollongong, NSW

When multiple contacts are made and connections maintained, spaces of possibility are created.

Lorne, VIC

While waves tumble and waste onto the nearby shore this work threatens to tumble towards the sea.

Currumbin, QLD

Installed on the beach vortex a seems to be listening to the sea… humming the long distance song of the universe

[MARS] Gallery, Bayswater, Melbourne, VIC

How does the world hold together? Scientists and this exhibition, discuss the idea it is made up of strings.

Montalto Winery, Red Hill, VIC

cellular memory is a discussion about how we form memories – it is an after image of a previous work in this location.

Wollongong Art Gallery, Wollongong, NSW

Created by the way it catches itself to the existing architecture of the building and catches onto the “burrs” created along the central tube.

Wollongong Art Gallery, Wollongong, NSW

An analogy for our earth, her surface strong yet fragile  and like knitting begins to fray if even single stitch is broken.

Yering Station Winery, VIC

vortex acts like a funnel to another frame of mind, a new dimension of time and space – posing a question of perspective and courage.

Project Contemporary ArtSpace, Wollongong, NSW

Are grids embedded in the fabric of the universe or are they a human invention?

Number One Arts Precinct, Jamberoo, NSW

Vulnerability is something to embrace — it is our connection to everything.

Montalto Winery, Red Hill, VIC

This work speaks of my connection to land… as my feet growing roots into the earth I am connected  to everything…

Thirroul Community Centre and Library

This 14.4 metre long mural tracks a timeline that tells the story of the Illawarra region from prehistory to now.

The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre, Blacktown, NSW

What visits us at night?
Image by Alex Wisser

Project Contemporary ArtSpace, Wollongong, NSW

SLICE was an exhibition in evolution — work came into being over the course of the exhibition.

Hazelhurst Gallery, Hazelhurst, NSW

Random Order comments on how nature expresses itself in patterns, patterns that repeat but are never quite exactly the same each time…

Cowra Regional Gallery, Cowra, NSW

echo was awarded a commendation. It explores timelessness, vulnerability, mortality…

TAP Gallery, Darlinghurst, NSW

The work in this show is inspired by the place where Alena and I live – the Illawarra.

Karoona Gallery, West Wollongong TAFE, NSW

Always stay close to being lost.