My Exhibition Wash-Up

Posted on: May 30, 2019

My exhibition at Beaver Galleries, Instances, was a great success and a good time was had by all. The work looked fantastic hanging on the walls and sitting in the display boxes, lots of lovely people came to the opening and quite a bit of work was sold. It was nicely reviewed in the Canberra Times by reviewer and art historian Dr Sasha Grishin, and the Canberra Times did another piece as well – impressed by the fact that I was in THREE exhibitions at once in Canberra – Instances, the National Library’s survey cartoon exhibition Inked, and the annual cartoon exhibition Behind the Lines at Old Parliament House. Links to both pieces are below.

Thanks very much to all the wonderful people at Beaver for all their hard work and for their on-going support of my hard work. They still have some watercolours available, and the prints from the exhibition, which are now available in Melbourne as well, you can see them at Printmaker Gallery.

‘This whimsical world has a touch of the absurd’ review by Sasha Grishin, the review at Canberra Times

‘Simple inspiration of human instances’, article by Amy Martin, Canberra Times

Below is a little sample from the exhibition, and you can see all the works over at the Beaver Galleries website.

‘Instances’ at Beaver Galleries
‘Instances’ at Beaver Galleries
Bird Trio (Blue)
School of Feathers


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