There will be an exhibition of the 12 bushfire recovering tree portraits I’ve been working on during the COVID19 lock down at the Project Gallery 90 Annex. These works appear in the New Work section of this website.See invitation below-
My Pre-COVID19 two person exhibition was titled The Memory of Trees with Queensland artist Ron McBurnie. My work featured a series of paintings based on views of forests at Project Gallery 90 in Paddington, NSW from 20th February to 5th March 2020. Many of my works from this show and others are still available from Project Gallery 90 website.
About the Artist
I am a Sydney based contemporary landscape painter living in the Blue Mountains. The paintings are made using a variety of techniques and concerns usually found in Realism, Expressionism, 19th Century New World Romanticism, Abstract Expressionism and even Pop . I’ve been exhibiting my paintings and other artworks professionally since 1981 in Australia and elsewhere. I have also worked as an academic in universities and art colleges in Australia and the UK and curated exhibitions. I’ve been in many groups shows and held 19 solo exhibitions of my paintings. My work is in many collections both public and private in Australia as well as overseas.
Please Note – All works are offered for sale unless marked sold in the individual title foot notes. See the Purchase Work and Contact pages for details and price guide. Most of my work from 2019 and 2020 can be purchased through Project Gallery 90
Recent and news
I’m currently working on a series of post- bushfire scenes and burnt tree portraits like the image above. They will soon appear at the Project Gallery 90 Works on Paper Gallery in Sydney
The Memory of Trees, with Ron McBurnie- Project Gallery 90, Sydney 20th Feb – 5th March 2020
Cape Banks, Project Gallery 90 Paddington, 4th – 18th July 2019
A Year at the Lagoon, Braemar Gallery Springwood NSW, 8 November to 2 December, 2018
A Shared View, Weswal Gallery, Tamworth NSW, 4 October to 4 November, 2018
On the Road, a 2 person show with Anthony Cahill, 16th August – 9th September, 2018