16 Sep – 12 Nov 2023
Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2023
The biennial Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award is a significant Australian national exhibition that aims to elevate the status of work on paper while supporting and promoting artists working with this medium.
Sutherlandshite Art Centre, NSW Australia
2 – 12 August 2023
“Love Is Love” Swatch Art Peace Hotel at Locarno Film Festival
Pride-note Series: Life, Healing, Energy, Nature, Serenity and Spirit.
Chromatic Concentric Sequences from the Progress Pride Flag
This exhibition was presented as part of IDAHOBIT Day.
Altona Civic Centre, Altona, Victoria, Australia
APRIL – NOVEMBER 2022
Biennale Arte – Venice Biennale 2022
“Colours of Venezuela”, an exclusive creation selected by Swatch® to represent Venezuela at the World Expo Dubai 2020, displayed at the Venice Biennale 2022.
Arsenale, Venice, Italy
february – march 2022
Ladder Art Space Gallery, Kew, Victoria, Australia
December 2021 – January 2022
Hippocampus from the Chromatic Aurora – Ecosystem series
EGAG WRAP 2021 small artwork
East Gippsland Art Gallery, Bairnsdale, Victoria, Australia
SEPTEMber – october 2021
Chromatic Circular Rhythm Concentric Series 1:8
Geelong Gallery, Geelong,
June – July 2021
Chromatic Circular Rhythm Series: 1:3
Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy,
Commissions & Collaborations
october 2022 – march 2023
A visual journey in chromatic rhythms
Through this immersive, captivating, colourful and optical experience as you observe and move through the artwork, you’re invited to take the time to pause for a moment, acknowledge your response and feelings allowing yourself to connect with the surrounding environment.
Swatch X you at World Expo Dubai 2020
“Colours of Venezuela”, an exclusive creation selected by Swatch® to represent Venezuela at the World Expo Dubai 2020, where you can create a personalised and limited edition watch.
“Colours of Venezuela” is one of six creations presented by Swatch® at La Biennale Arte in 2022 in Venice.
2021 Print Comission
“Chromatic Linear Rhythm Series 1-9″ This artwork is part of a series of chromatic linear rhythms based on the investigation between colour and the visual perception of rhythm.
The Print Council of Australia (PCA) is a national not-for-profit member organisation that promotes contemporary fine art printmaking, including artist books, zines and works on paper.