I have had some requests to do workshops in paper-making and wool felting in 2018 so I have come up with a framework of dates. Please get in touch if you would like to book in for any of these dates.         Workshop numbers: We […]

This year I decided to enter the Noosa Regional Gallery’s annual Drawing prize which commemorates local artist and identity Lyn McCrea who passed away several years back. Lyn was a friend of the Sisters of Mary, one of the groups which agitated to protect the Mary River during […]

Using seasonal garden fibres to create botanical paper Saturday June 3 at Relish Festival – 2 sessions Venue: Gatakers Artspace, 311 Kent St Maryborough Create and taste! Papermaking is an art form which is very compatible with local food growing and permaculture gardening. Artist, gardener and slow food […]

Some dates for the calendar: Workshops & public appearances: Saturday June 3 Workshop at Maryborough Relish Festival Theme: Making paper from edibles The paper-making vats will be filled with by-products from creating delicious treats for the Relish Festival: See what you can make with offcuts, peelings and a […]

What a wonderful night Friday night’s opening was at Gakaters Artspace Maryborough! Lots of friends were there to celebrate three great openings of works with a message! Thanks to all the friends and supporters of the Mary River, especially the Sisters of Mary, and my dear Toastmaster friends […]

Hi everyone, the opening to my show, Mysteries of the Burning Bush, will be held at 6pm on Friday March 3 2017. It is at Gatakers Artspace 311 Kent St Maryborough. It is a triple opening, so you can also see works by two of my friends, Joolie […]

My work has been delivered to my next exhibition venue, Gatakers Artspace at 311 Kent Street, Maryborough where it will be installed this week. The opening night is this coming Friday, March 3 at 6pm. My friend and fellow toastmaster, Audrey Plate has agreed to do the opening […]

Years ago, after a period of exposure to the culture of Japan, I wrote a story set in ancient Japan. I had visited the climbing kilns at the pottery village of Mashiko in Japan in 1994, on a kind of pilgrimage to the home village of Shoji Hamada, […]

Here is Arthur from Gayndah Art Gallery wearing my “Bunya Cloak of Office” a garment featuring two wool felt panels. Would you like to learn the technique of making wool felt? After interest has been expressed in the felted works in “The Legendary Bunya Tree” exhibition, I have […]

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I am spending these school holidays working on pieces for the exhibition “The Legendary Bunya Tree” opening at Gayndah Art Gallery on Saturday October 29 at 6pm. The exhibition is a joint show with my friend and fellow Bunya enthusiast, Maurice Mickelo from Wondai, a former Bunya Mountains […]