Today I installed a series of paintings at The Post Lounge, a film and television post-production house in Woollongabba. It was great to see my work hanging in such a vibrant and creative environment - I am a big fan of the non-gallery setting for art. I love the idea of collapsing or narrowing the boundaries between art and life and am particularly interested in finding ways to incorporate art into non-traditional settings such as hospitals, work environments and public spaces.
Envelope poems, 2017, oil and oil stick on board, five panels each 61.2 x 51.2 x 1.2cm
A big thank you to Bronwyn (pictured above) who came up with the idea of the revolving exhibition and invited me to exhibit my work.
Thanks also to Tyson, Brock and Miranda who helped with the install - many hands make light work!
First portrait painting sold!
November 7, 2019
My shiny new egalitarianism at the Glass Box Gallery