Latest Update - February 2016
* Guest Artist Exhibition - Air New Zealand, Wellington Koru Lounge.
I am very pleased to have been invited as Air New Zealand's guest artist. 20 of my paintings and light boxes are now gracing the walls of the Wellington Domestic Koru Lounge until March 2016 (so I kind of have my own gallery for a year).
The lounge will be regularly updated with new works over this time so watch that space.
All the art works are for sale.
My latest piece on display is titled 'Echium City'.
* 2016 Scots College Artist in Residence.
Following in the footsteps of Seraphine Pick and Matt Gaudie, I am looking forward to taking up Artist in Residence at Scots College March-April 2016.
Working with the Arts Department, I will be running art workshops with Year's 7-11 students.
As it is Scots centennial year celebrations, I have been commissioned to complete a painting of the school. This gives students a chance to see the design process from start to finish and use the image for fundraising.
What's Been Happening
AUCKLAND Solo Exhibition - August 2014
Allpress Gallery - Auckland CBD
It was great to reconnect with Auckland after a hiatus period of eleven years.
My theme was 'Home Addiction' and explored our nation's unique and idealistic desire to own our own block of land. The exhibition featured over 20 paintings on large rounds, canvases, light-boxes and installation pieces.
NZ House and Garden Magazine Home Tour
My home, studio and art has been featured in the November issue of NZ House and Garden Magazine - click here to read
In support of the article and to raise funds for the Cancer Society and Look Good Feel Better my home/studio was one of 10 homes (including Government House) open on the day. 1200 people visited our home and studio with over $300,000 raised for the Cancer Society.
My Studio - 22 Falkirk Avenue, Seatoun, Wellington
I have moved into my new studio. Much more space and fantastic light.
Window/shop front on main road in Seatoun Village Shops
Thanks to the kindness of Jilly at ‘The Best Little Bookshop’ in Seatoun, I now have a new window/studio front on the main road in Seatoun Village. My plan is to change my artwork every few weeks. Here’s how it currently looks: