Remagine Art Prize (10-26 May), Wallarobba Arts & Cultural Centre, NSW.

Won my first art prize in the category Recycled and Reused material for my work 'Yellow Torso', a coiled sculptural form, part of 'The Muse' series at the Remagine Art Prize. The exhibition focussed on the theme 'Crossroads of Consumption' and encouraged artists and visitors to think about reducing waste. 

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Yellow Torso


Petite Miniature Textiles, (27/4 - 23/6), Wangaratta Art Gallery, Victoria.

Exhibiting two new coiled forms The Torso and Hollow Head as part of my new body of work The Muse, in this showcase of contemporary and diverse textiles. The work explores the aging female body and the artist as the muse.

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The Torso - photograph by Matthew Stanton


Coming Back and Coming Back ... (17 - 28 January), Red Gallery, Victoria.

As part of a group show my work 'Ode to Pop' in honour of my late father made from cast paper with letters he and I wrote to each other will be exhibited. This exhibition explores our lived stories and our desire for finding meaning in the past, present and future.

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Photograph by Theresa Harrison


Form & Philosophy, (17 - 28 January), McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, Victoria.

Members of the Association of Sculptors Victoria will be exhibiting almost 70 works in the Sarah and Baillieu Myer Pavilion. My offering is three new coiled forms made as part of a new body of work called 'The Muse' exploring the aging female body and the female form as both a vessel and landscape. 

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The Muse (top image) and Blue Torso

Photographs by Matthew Stanton

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Georges River Art Prize (27 October - 18 January), Hurstville Museum & Gallery, NSW.

A new coiled basket form 'The Hollow Head' is being shown in this art prize that includes paintings and sculptures. This work is part of a new series of works entitled 'The Muse' that celebrates the abstracted aging female form loosely inspired by the artist's own body.

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Photograph by Matthew Stanton



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