Residencies, Animal Fanfair and new work

I have decided to focus more on sculpture this year, and to this end, I have been sketching ideas for new works and am applying for selected ceramic artist residencies. So far so good! I am thrilled to announce that I have already been accepted to undertake a ceramic residency at Sundaymorning@EKWC, in The Netherlands […]

“Is it fair?” – Animal Fanfair essay

The touring exhibition “AnimalFanfair”, which features the work of 10 Australian artists, is currently on display at Lapunyah Art Gallery in Queensland, Australia.  The exhibition examines our problematic treatment of animals and the environment,  raising questions about justice, ethics, sustainability, and human accountability.  The artists are Katka Adams, Marian Drew, Hayden Fowler, Kelly Hussey-Smith, Owen Hutchison, Claude Jones (myself), Sam Leach, […]

Cervine Bovidae has a new Home!

I am pleased to announce that Cervine Bovidae – my largest sculpture to date, has officially joined the Moreton Bay Region Art Collection in Queensland, Australia, under the government’s Cultural Trust Donation Program. This sculpture made it’s debut in my  2011 solo exhibition “Monkey Business“, at Artereal gallery in Sydney and was then a proud finalist in the 2012 Melbourne […]

“Animal Fanfair” -its back!

In January I blogged about the news that “Animal Fanfair” would be touring regional galleries in 2015 – 2016. Well, the touring has begun! “Animal Fanfair“  will be on from 12th July to 6th September 2014, this time hosted by the Caboolture Gallery, Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. Curated by  Karen Tyler, this exhibition draws attention […]

Installation images of “Animal Fanfair”

The exhibition, “Animal Fanfair” at Pine Rivers Gallery in Queenland, Australia has been open for just over a week and has apparently proved a great success. Yesterday the curator, Karen Tyler, contacted me with regards to the  possibility of establishing “Animal Fanfair” as a National touring exhibition in 2015 and  2016. This is very exciting […]