ABOUT THE ARTIST

My Journey

Growing up in Eden on the south coast of NSW I loved the bush and the sea. Even though I now live in Canberra, that hasn't changed and much of my art is inspired by what I find beautiful in nature. I was studying Accounting and Actuarial Studies at ANU when I decided that quality of life is more important than money and transferred to a Design Arts degree that I graduated from in 2017. Currently I'm hanging out at Mulligans flat as part of a residency with the Woodlands and Wetlands Trust and plan to have some Eastern Quoll and Bettong Jewellery out soon.

bogong grub.jpg

bogong grub.jpg

Pressing wax on wattle.jpg

Pressing wax on wattle.jpg

Casuarina bark ring.jpg

Casuarina bark ring.jpg

Fingerprint of the forrest.jpg

Fingerprint of the forrest.jpg

Casaurina.JPG

Casaurina.JPG

Pressing wax wire on bark

Assorted waxes to be cast.jpg

Assorted waxes to be cast.jpg

Paladium white gold wedding rings.jpg

Paladium white gold wedding rings.jpg

Wax wedding rings.jpg

Wax wedding rings.jpg

Heat colouring titanium.JPG

Heat colouring titanium.JPG

Experimental samples

Copper and gum leaf.jpg

Copper and gum leaf.jpg

Experimental heat colouring copper

Copper and Silver hair clip

Copper and Silver hair clip

Heat coloured copper with silver grains surface melted

 

NEWS

 

16th August to 10th September 2018

Perennial: Emerging Artist support scheme exhibition award at Alliance Francaise

Opening at Alliance Francaise (66 McCaughey St, Turner) on Thursday 16th August at 7pm

May 24th 2018

Journeys Article

There is a lovely write-up about the exhibition at BSC website 

https://www.bcsact.com.au/meet-the-women-behind-the-journeys-exhibition/

These are some of the stamps I made for the collaboration project showing the journey of the Bogong moth

15th May 2018 - 8th June 2018

Reconciliation week exhibition 'Journeys'

I am excited to be part of a group exhibition at the Belconnen community centre for reconciliation week. The opening will be on 23rd May from 5:30 to 7:30pm. The theme is 'Don't make history a mystery' and my work is inspired by The Bundian way - an ancient walkway between the coat at Eden and Mt Kosciusko.
https://www.bcsact.com.au/event/journeys/2018-05-15/

0411210949

Canberra ACT 2601, Australia

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