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Brilliant: Undercurrent

October 18, 2018

Opening Fri 19 Oct | 6pm | Free
Exhibition Runs Sat 20 Oct – Sun 4 Nov

Brilliant: Undercurrent celebrates Fremantle's role as a hub for the arts and a home for artists since the 1970s with a major exhibition of local multidisciplinary contemporary artists. Brilliant: Undercurrent features work by: Jana Braddock, Sheryl Chant, Ben Crappsley, Marion Duke, Sharyn Egan, James Egan, Ellie Eshraghian, Ricky Gibson, Shavaurn Hanson, Junko Kitamura, Robyn Laycock, Hana Akalani, Laura Mitchell, Ben Reynolds, Alessandra Rossi, David Spencer, Mark Welsh, Simon Wilson, Rosina Wonglorz, Marcia Hadlow, Fiona Gavino, Alan Muller, Ric Spencer, Bec Dagnall and Simon Gilby.

KOPA - Exhibition

September 20, 2018

21st September - 8th October

A collection of art and sculpture by Australian artists of Baltic heritage - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and commemorating 100 years of independence.

New Installation Work on show at Nyisztor Studio

September 17, 2017

I have just spent the last few days installing a new work in Nyisztor Studio. The work consists of 181 pairs of scissors suspended from the gallery ceiling. This work will be on display as part of a group show.

Please join us for the opening of Pure Contemplation Without Knowledge 9 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm on Saturday the 23rd of September. 

Exhibition runs until Sunday 8th of October. 
391 Canning Hwy Melville/Palmyra 6156
Entry and Parking via Stock Rd.

Scene - Exhibition opening Saturday 12th August

August 06, 2017



Exhibition opening: 6pm Saturday 12 August, 2017

Exhibition run: 13 - 27 August 2017
Open hours:
Wednesday - Saturday, 11am – 5pm
Sunday, 2pm – 5pm

I have some work in this group show, there will be 35 artists on display so it is well worth checking out.

Fine more event information here.


Stations of the Cross 2017

March 24, 2017

I'm very happy to announce that I have been selected to be part of the invitational exhibition 'Stations of the Cross' for 2017.


Saturday 8 April to Monday 17 April, Wesley Church - 9am to 5pm daily

The exhibition will be officially opened by Professor Ted Snell, Director of the Cultural Precinct at the University of Western Australia on Friday 7 April. 

Paint the things you know....

February 08, 2017

Recently I was commissioned by a winery in Montepulciano Italy, to create an artwork for a wine label. Being an avid wine lover I thought "what a great way to combine two of my favourite things, art and wine". 

The name of the project is 'The Juice Asylum Project'. I have been told it's a line of sort of “insane” wines that are grouped under this “mental” project. The wine is made in a very natural way - organic, no filtration, everything is spontaneous and no manipulation. Think of a cloudy juicy red. 


I can't wait to try it and look forward to updating you on this project soon.

Reflecting life in South Perth

December 31, 2016

Well it was a year in the making but 'Reflections' was finally installed at Millers Pool on the South Perth foreshore. 'Reflections' is a four metre tall, solar powered, kinetic sculpture. When the sun shines the sculpture gently rotates. 'Reflections' doesn't have a battery so it only turns when the sun shines, this was deliberate. I wanted to highlight just how many sunny days we have in Perth and that renewable energy is the way of the future. 

The biggest thanks goes to my partner Shane Mullins who was the engineer on the project and an amazing support throughout. 

'Netter's Atlas' installed in Perth CBD

November 03, 2016

Well it feels like a long time coming but finally 'Netter's Atlas' has been installed in Northbridge Piazza. Download the map to find all 40 cows located throughout the Perth CBD. 

Works are beginning on the Millers Pool site

October 23, 2016

Work has begun on the Miller's Pool site on the South Perth foreshore, soon to be home my new sculpture. We have been busily fabricating and working toward a mid-November install. Soon we will have some images of the work in progress. 

Cow Parade Perth 2016

October 14, 2016

Monday was the launch of 'Cow Parade Perth' at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. It was fantastic to be one one of the five artists chosen out of forty cow parade artists to have my cow 'Netters Atlas' at the art gallery for the launch. 

It was lovely to meet Mayor Lisa Scaffidi at AGWA and watch Perth embrace such a fantastic public art initiative.

The cows will be installed throughout the CBD in November and they will be on display for six weeks.

'Scene' - Exhibition opening July 30th

July 23, 2016

I'm in a group show opening next weekend. There will be a lot of talented artists involved so it will be well worth checking out. 

  Scene Exhibition

  Opening 6pm July 30


  Closing on August 21 2016

  Wed - Sat 11 - 5, Sun 2 - 5


  Nyisztor Studio


  391 Canning Hwy

  Palmyra / Melville

  Parking via Stock Rd


July 14, 2016

Mandorla Art Award Finalist 2016

16-24 July 2016

On display at Linton and Kay Gallery

Millers Pool - Commission

July 19, 2016

I have been commissioned to build a sculpture on the South Perth foreshore at Millers Pool. With the assistance of my partner Shane, I will build a four metre tall sculpture set against a backdrop of the Perth city skyline. It will be a celebration of the abundance of renewable energy Western Australia possesses, in the face of the mining crisis.

It will be solar powered and when the sun shines the work will turn, reflecting the surrounding river and wetlands. It will reflect the sun, the sky, and the people as they pass by; in a way creating a motif that changes each day, reflecting life on the South Perth foreshore.

Estimated installation date mid November 2016.

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