Exhibiting

The Myopic Landscapes paintings are rich in colours and highly textured in style; it's impossible to fully represent them on a computer screen, especially with significant variation in display between types of monitors.

The best way to experience the paintings is viewing them on exhibition or at commercial galleries.

What's on now, or coming up

Latest Work

Since the Young Volcanic Landscapes Exhibition, I have been uncertain as to what to do next or whether producing a new series of paintings for a solo exhibition is really economically (or artistically) viable under the current climate. So I have been taking a sabbatical from painting and have doing some renovations.

My local gallery, Artists on Parade in Tumbarumba, is planning an exhibition in October with the theme "Mountains" where entrants are all provided with a standard canvas (600x400mm) to submit their work on. Now I work on MDF board so I don't usually enter these competitions but this time, without any long-term plans, I thought I would produce "pseudo-canvases" using MDF sheets and softwood backing framework. The scenes painted come from one of my favourite locations in Kosiuszko NP, Nth Ramshead, where the landscape has been curved by old glacial activity and current alpine conditions. Other works from revisited sites may follow.

These paintings are smaller than what I usually produce plus they will be sold unframed.


Recent events


Young Volcanic Landscapes

The most recent solo exhibition "Young Volcanic Landscapes" was held at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre in the ACT from Feb 1 to 17, 2018.

The exhibited paintings depict the young volcanic landscapes of eastern Australia. There are 2 main regions with the most recent volcanic activity. The first is in Far North Queensland; Atherton Tableland and the McBribe Volcanic Provinces, while the second is far to the south in central and western Victoria plus south-eastern South Australia (Mt Gambier) which are referred to as the Newer Volcanic Province .

Read more about Young Volcanic Landscapes or see images of the completed paintings here.


John Leslie Art Prize Finalist

Gibraltar Falls Trilogy was selected as a finalist for the 2016 John Leslie Art Prize.

The John Leslie Art Prize is a $20,000 non-acquisitive award and biennial exhibition hosted by the Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale Victoria. The exhibition opened on Friday 2 September and closed 20 November.

The Gippsland Art Gallery is located at:

  • Port of Sale Business Centre
  • 64-66 Foster St, Sale Victoria
  • Email: galleryenquiries@wellington.vic.gov.au
  • Phone: (03) 5142 3500

"High Country Waterfalls" Exhibition July 2015

The most recent solo exhibition High Country Waterfalls was at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre in the ACT. Tuggeranong Arts Centre is located in southern Canberra, beside Lake Tuggeranong.

The exhibition opened on Thursday 2 July and ran for the whole month.


Norvill Art Prize 2014

Karst Country: Yarrangobilly Castles was selected as a finalist for the 2014 Norvill Art Prize, a biannual Australian landscape art prize organised by the Murrurundi Arts Council.

The exhibition of the selected artworks was held at the Murrurundi RSL Memorial Hall, Murrurundi NSW during October 2014.


Stanthorpe Art Festival 2014

Pandanus Strolling Down to the Beach was selected as a finalist for the 2014 Stanthorpe Art Festival.

The Stanthorpe Art Festival was held at the Stanthorpe Regional Gallery from Feb 28 - Apr 13 2014.



Commercial galleries

There is also a listing of paintings currently being exhibited at commercial galleries.

In the past

Myopic Landscapes paintings have been regularly exhibited since 2005.

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