Upcoming Exhibitions

Exhibitor, 2019 Town of Claremont Art Award

August 31 – September 14

Town of Claremont, 308 Stirling Highway, Claremont

Open Saturday 31st August to Saturday 14th September. 8:30am-5pm Monday to Friday, 11am-3pm Saturday and Sunday

Exhibitor, City of Melville Art Award 2019

September 14-22

City of Melville, 10 Almondbury Road, Booragoon

I have a new mixed media artwork in the exhibition, which includes around 250 artworks. Head here for more info.

Finalist, 2019 City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Art Prize

September 21 – 20 October

Goldfields Arts Centre, Kalgoorlie

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Art Prize is a popular and esteemed regional art competition that attracts artists from all across Australia.  It is a long-standing annual event that has become an important occasion in the Western Australian arts calendar and this year offers prizes totalling more than $37,000. This is an opportunity to recognise, celebrate and embrace our regional creative industries. This year’s Art Prize theme is A Place to Call Home.

The 2019 Art Prize exhibition will open weekdays from 9am to 5pm and weekends from 10am to 3pm from 21 September until 20 October 2019 at the Goldfields Arts Centre.

Finalist, Perth Royal Art Prize 2019

September 24-26 (free) + September 28 – October 5 (entry fee)

Claremont Showground

The Perth Royal Art Prize exhibition in the Wilkinson Gallery is open for public viewing 24 September – 26 September from 6pm to 8pm (admission free), and during the 2019 Perth Royal Show, Saturday 28 September to Saturday 5 October 2018, from 9am to 8pm. General Show admission prices apply during the 2019 Perth Royal Show.

First Prize: $20,000 (Non-acquisitive)
Highly Commended (Two Prizes) – Each Prize: $1500 Domestic Transport Art Voucher Sponsored by IAS Fine Art Logistics
People’s Choice Award: $500

Check out all finalists here:

Finalist, Castaways Sculpture Awards Exhibition

October 26 – November 3

Rockingham Foreshore Rockingham Beach Road and Alexandra St

The City of Rockingham – Local Government’s Castaways Sculpture Awards is Rockingham’s signature arts and culture event, celebrating artistic innovation and environmental awareness. The nine-day outdoor sculptural exhibition will showcase more than 50 sculptural artworks from Western Australian artists created from recycled and repurposed materials at the newly revitalised Rockingham Foreshore.

Running since 2008, the annual exhibition creates opportunities for emerging artists, professional artists, local business and schools to be involved in a large scale community event promoting sustainability alongside arts and culture.

Castaways Sculpture Awards 2019 will comprise three coinciding exhibitions:
• Castaways Sculpture Awards Exhibition at the Rockingham Foreshore
• Schools Exhibition at the Rockingham Foreshore
• Maquette and Small Sculpture Exhibition held at the Rockingham Arts Centre, 11 Kent Street, Rockingham.

The Castaways Sculpture Awards Exhibition has a prize pool available to sculptural artists with $25,500 worth of non-acquisitive prizes available to both professional and emerging artists.

Finalist, Maquette and Small Sculpture Exhibition

October 26 – November 3

Rockingham Arts Centre

Premiering in 2019, the inaugural Maquette and Small Sculpture Exhibition will coincide with the Castaways Sculpture Awards Exhibition and will be displayed at the Rockingham Arts Centre. Celebrating the beauty and intricacy of small scale three-dimensional artworks created with recycled and repurposed materials, the exhibition welcomes both emerging and professional artists from across Western Australia.

A $2,500 Warnbro Centre Maquette and Small Sculpture Award will be presented to one artist who displays excellence in small scale sculpture and whose work creatively uses recycled components.

The Maquette and Small Sculpture Exhibition runs from Saturday 26 October–Sunday 3 November 2019 from 9am–5pm daily at the Rockingham Arts Centre.

Past exhibitions


  • Chronicle (Digital Version), Screenwest Yagan Square digital tower, June – December 2018
  • Archival, Manning Community Centre, June 2017 – January 2018
  • Hybrid, The Bird, Northbridge, July – August 2017
  • Chronicle, Museum of Perth, July – August 2016
  • Illuminated, City of Vincent Lightbox Laneway, March – April 2016
  • Interrelation, 108 St George’s Tce Perth, sponsored by Arts Brook eld, April 2016
  • To All the (Boys) I’ve Loved Before, X-Wray Cafe, Fremantle Festival, October 2014
  • Divergent, Rendezvous Hotel Scarborough, Summerset Arts Festival, January 2014


  • Artsource Galvanise, 2018
  • Lawley Art Auction, MLSHS, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013
  • Churchlands Senior High School Art Exhibition, 2018, 2017
  • Art for Zero, PS Art Space, December 2016
  • Perth: A Guide for the Curious, Parallels Between Architecture and Fashion, Claremont Quarter, September 2016
  • Antecedent, Grand Lane Light Locker, May 2016
  • A Stray Alien, Moores Art Building, February 2016
  • PUBLIC: Salon, curated by FORM, March 2015
  • Urban Icons, Buratti Fine Art, December 2015


  • Finalist, Minnawarra Art Awards, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014
  • Finalist, City of Stirling Blink Photography Awards, 2018
  • Finalist, City of Busselton Art Award, 2018, 2017
  • Highly Commended, City of South Perth Emerging Artist Award 2018
  • Highly Commended, Town of Bassendean Visual Art Award 2018
  • Finalist, City of Joondalup 2018 Community Invitation Art Award
  • Finalist and People’s Choice Award Winner Perth, Cliftons Art Prize, 2017
  • Finalist, City of South Perth Emerging Artist Award, 2017, 2013
  • Highly Commended, City of Rockingham Art Award, 2017
  • Finalist, Hip on Heritage Short Film Festival, 2016
  • Finalist, Town of Claremont Art Awards, 2016, 2015
  • Finalist, City of Rockingham Art Awards, 2015
  • Finalist, Black Swan Heritage Prize, 2014, 2013
  • Highly Commended, Freedom School Group Show, 2013
  • Winner Best Local Artist, Bremick Emerging Art Exhibition, 2012