August 25, 2020

I’ve always been fascinated with the process that goes into creating art. From an initial stimulating thought or idea, to working out the kinks through renditions of adding and subtracting, the intention is to create an engaging image or composition that best conveys t...

August 15, 2020

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5 thousand years is a short sleep for a giant.

Awaking under the morning sun the giant brushed granite dust from his drowsy eyes. What at first was fuzzy soon became clear, rev...

August 5, 2020

                            Habitual Motion 137 x 122 (oil on canvas)

Perpetual motion through space. 

Space forms around the motion, perpetually edges become obsolete. 

Obsoleteness materializes as a p...

March 10, 2020

When my good friend and fellow artist Harry Bowe invited me to help him out with the artwork and signage for Tasmania's 2019 Falls Festival I promptly agreed with sparkling stars in the corners of my eyes.

The Marion Bay Falls location is nestled atop rolling...

December 9, 2019

 The Many Faces of Uluru (oil on canvas)

The final days leading up to October 25, 2019 saw tourists of the world swarming Uluru to make their final ascent up the ancient landmark. This day marked the official closure of Uluru to climbers in a great feat of environmental...

October 10, 2019

Introduction
Over the past 10 years my work has become increasingly driven by themes concerning the detrimental impact humans are exerting on the natural environment. After moving to Tasmania I quickly began learning about the numerous environmental issues that plague...

July 15, 2019

With the upcoming "Tarkine in Motion" exhibition I can't help but reminisce back to a trip I made out to takayna in March, 2019. I remember sitting with my paints engulfed by a recently clear-felled coupe. It had rained that morning, and the poignant smell of moist Euc...

June 4, 2019

The Convoy (oil on canvas)

I made this painting in response to propositions of a conglomeration of coal mines  to be implemented in the Galilee Basin, Queensland Australia. On April 17, 2019 a convoy led by Green Party leader Bob Brown departed from Hobart Tasmania to Q...

May 8, 2019

Cape Raoul will forever mark my first bush walk after moving to Tasmania. It's located at the bottom of the Tasman Peninsula and the westernmost of the three Capes, Pillar to the south-east, and Hauy rounding up the east. 

Upon first laying eyes on Raoul'...

April 8, 2019

March 10, 2019

Marks another spur of the moment road trip into the Tarkine. This time I was determined to connect back to Hobart via the west coast, a route that is infamous for its desolation and rough terrain. Off to an early start and a forecast of nice weather I mad...

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