Home QLD (size A2) is an ink and fine liner landscape commissioned for the owners of the house to hang in the poolroom. It’s not just a house, it’s a home!
An illustrative drawing project from 2016. The project involved designing for a futuristic time. In my design I explored ways of adding a futuristic element using jets to propel the vehicle upward, whilst still looking and feeling streamlined.
The tenth anniversary of the City of Melville Sculpture Walk was held at Deepwater Point. From the 23rd of March to the 7th of April my, and over 20 other artist’s work was featured in the natural environment around Deepwater Point Reserve, in Mt Pleasant. My […]
Graduating from three years at the Central Institute of Technology, studying Contemporary Art & Craft, Advanced Diploma. A whole year went into this show. Half of the year spent trying to figure out what it was I wanted to make. At the start of the […]
Along with the ceramic sculpture installation Rest In Pieces at my CIT graduation there was also a sound installation which was installed underneath the sculpture so the sound would seem to emnate from the sculpture itself. The sound installation was compiled from 6 tracks: Bees & Birds […]
Salt, water & ink are used here to experiment with different marks that can be made using these elements, also colourful lollies (m&m’s, skittles) are great to use as when they get wet they leak colour onto the paper. The amount of salt used determines […]
Sculpture Camp in 2011 was at Mount Narrier Station, picture red dirt and lots of midgies and no mobile phone reception. Mount Narrier Station is usually dry but it rained for the first two days that we were there. There is something about working in the […]