We went for a walk in the Uncanny Valley, solo exhibition with Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne.
We went for a walk in the Uncanny Valley, 2016, oil on board, 60 x 60 cm
Fuse, group exhibition with Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne.
Awarded an Australian Post Graduate Award to study Master by Research Visual Arts at UniSA.
Finalist in the Sulman Prize with She left us at Ikea and went off to find herself.
At Ikea there is a room filled with colourful balls where children can be left whilst you browse the heady delights of affordable groovy homewares.
I have never done this but I know plenty of mothers who have, but I don’t judge…
Nevertheless, I too am guilty of craving me-time – even a nag-free trip to the shops. Equally, I’m not ashamed to admit my yearning for those days when home was a panacea to my busy life, a haven to sink back into (complete with neo-retro design and tangerine detailing).
And so to the ball-room my cherubs, so mummy may dream of a world that is calm, organised, and unsullied by hardened breakfast cereals.
Sticky Fingers is short-listed for the BP National Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in London. The portrait award, now in its thirty-sixth year at the National Portrait Gallery and twenty-sixth year of sponsorship by BP, is the most prestigious portrait painting competition in the world.
The Other Mother – solo exhibition with Flinders Lane Gallery in Melbourne.
Exhibited at Melbourne Art Fair with Flinders Lane Gallery.
The Onesie is a Finalist in the 2014 Archibald Prize.
The Hoodie (his) is a Finalist in the 2014 Sulman Prize.
Scold – Solo exhibition with Hill Smith Gallery in Adelaide.
Disquiet – First solo exhibition with Flinders Lane Gallery is a sell-out show.
Published online in the Melbourne Review.
Featured in Issue 22 of Artist Profile.
Awarded an Independent Makers and Presenters grant from Arts SA to help fund Disquiet at Flinders Lane Gallery in Melbourne.
Featured on the front cover of local Adelaide Hills paper The Weekender Herald.
Offering II selected as a Finalist in the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award.
Bird Boy features as part of Oct-Nov edition of Belle magazine.
Rabbit Boy features on the front cover of The Adelaide Review and the Offering series is reviewed.
Rabbit Boy is the Winner of the Pleysier Perkins $5,000 Acquisitive Art Prize as part of Exploration 12, Flinders Lane Gallery’s annual emerging artist exhibition.
Winner of the SALA Festival Award as part of the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition 2012.