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Paper work

KunstRAI Amsterdam, Kunsthuis LOOF booth, June 2016 One Direction 2015. Oil on paper, 164 x 111 cm. White Lines 2015. Oil on paper, 143 x 122 cm. At Kunstrai Amsterdam this photo was featured on the art fair's Face Book page From 2015-18 I exhibited with Galerie LOOF in the Netherlands until the gallery closed. In late 2015 I traveled to Jubegga for the opening of my solo exhibition. Grateful to Galerie LOOF for so many exhibition opportunities with great European artists. Rotterdam Contemporary, Netherlands. Kunsthuis LOOF booth, February 2017


Edges , 2006. Oil and enamel on canvas, 41 x 31 cm. Purchased by Mr Frank Turner, the then director of Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, former provost and John Hay Whitney Professor of History at Yale University. He bought two of my works following a trip to Australia from Harris Courtin Gallery, Sydney. In the following years we were in occasional email contact which was wonderful.


The studio at Yarra Bend Gallery Yarra Bend Gallery Studio Red and White Lines, 2015, oil and enamel on canvas, 137 x 122 cm. Red and White Lines, 2015 is a painting more directly linked to notions of landscape while still remaining abstract. A painting can take a number of months to complete. The final layer affect of this painting was created using a technique known as wet into wet where the top layer of marks are dragged through the semi-dry under painting. It creates an immediacy and differing brush weights which are hard to achieve another way. This work is available at Yarra Bend Gallery. 


To weave is to make a line and then another line and another. To draw, to weave, to make. Weave , private collection Victoria. Weave , 2009. Oil, enamel and pencil on canvas, 91 x 76 cm. Private Collection. The owner of Weave, 2009, is a house renovator and collector of abstract art based in Melbourne. She chose the frame and has positioned this work beautifully in her minimalist home.