Sampler opened last night at Sanderson Contemporary, Newmarket, Auckland with some of my original Abacus pieces, 'Higher Consciousness Integrating Calculators with new concrete bases. Check out https://www.sanderson.co.nz/ exhibition runs till Sept
I'm thrilled to be part of the This Wild Song exhibition opening this Saturday at Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn, Melbourne. Curated by Ilona Nelson, the exhibition features a stellar line up of contemporary Australian artists https://www.facebook.com/event
I'm honoured to be interviewed for the This Wild Song podcast. Listen to the interview with talented photographer Ilona Nelson https://thiswildsong.com.au/podcast/ and support the project. Photographed by Ilona Nelson
I currently have work exhibiting and available for sale through The Vivian Gallery, Matakana http://www.thevivian.co.nz/
'One on One' opens this Saturday 19th of May from 2 - 4pm at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Melbourne. The exhibition curator Olivia Poloni, has brought together art works that invite viewers to play. My abacus will be able to be played with at designate
'Unseen, Unknown: Unveiled', continues at Malcolm Smith Gallery till the 25th of May. Gallery talks this Thursday.
Unseen, Unknown: Unveiled, exhibition opening this coming Saturday 21st of April at Malcolm Smith Gallery, curated by the talented Alice Tyler and Zoe Hoeberigs, with artists Sarah Smuts-Kennedy, Pamela Wolfe, Georgie Hill, Rozana Lee and Matilda Woods.
This Wild Song Exhibition and auction at Gallery Smith, Melbourne, opens tonight. Support this wonderful cause and buy work from local artists. One of my abacus works is up for grabs at https://thiswildsong.com.au/small-works-auction/
My work is currently on show at Mossgreen-Webb's, Auckland. On till February 2nd, Limited Editions is a curated exhibition of works from local an international artists. I have limited edition archival inkjet prints of my abacus works and wooden figures.
Sculpture in the Gardens is now open at the Auckland Botanical Gardens till February 25th. My piece the Master and the Teacher is pictured below http://www.sculptureinthegardens.nz/