An article explaining my art practice has been featured in the July edition of G&G Magazine, a high end Milan interior design publication
This body of works, Ascension, awoke in me the idea of ascension into enlightenment, a path difficult and shrouded in mystery throughout civilisation. It also evokes the idea of the inner working of the brains - energy and insight combined. The images were captured on the hull of Bundeena, a 40foot ketch owned by Frank Taylor from Jarvis Bay New South Wales, Australia. The vessel was moored at the D'Albora Marina, the Spit, Middle Harbour, Sydney,. Australia.
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I am always delighted to hear from satisfied collectors. This time through Daniel Arnold a former Manly Australia resident who has now moved to the Greek Island of Paros. He sent this shot from the balcony of his new villa. Before he left Australia he bought an edition of Unfinished Surface: Blue to remind him of his life in Australia. Now the piece sits proudly staring out at this view from its position on a white wall in the villa.
I used exhibbit as a way of presenting my upcoming collection for my Berlin exhibition to my curator. And bang out of the blue, exhibbit emailed me and said their curation team had chosen my work as the featured exhibition and artist all this week. What great global coverage!! Couldn't have wanted to end the week in a better fashion. exhibbit appears to me to be a fabulous tool for exhibiting AND marketing your work on-line.