Online exhibition

Biblio Art Prize 2020.

I thought this would be fun to enter. Artists were invited to submit an art work that responded to a book they were allocated to read. The books were pre-selected from Australian novels which had been published in the last 12 months. The aim was to support homegrown writers.


I was allocated the book Sorrow and Bliss written by Meg Mason. The work I created, Fragile – sorrow and bliss, aimed to show the fragility of lives, of love and of relationships. How the duality of light and dark is in all of us. At times the darkness is within, at times it’s the lightness we keep hidden away. We follow Martha (the protagonist) between the golden moments of bliss to the broken depth of sorrow and despair.


Fragile- sorrow and bliss

Porcelain, black slip, gold lustre, enamel paint

Images: Art Atelier Photography

Black + White Porcelain Tableware

Each unique piece of the mix and match Black + White Porcelain Tableware collection is designed, made and painted to be purchased as single special pieces or in sets so craft lovers can add to their collection over time.

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Retail - Blend at Tathra

Recent exhibition


Black + White Porcelain Tableware 

Porcelain, black slip, hand painted

Photograph: Art Atelier Photography


Curated by Sean Morris

Buried within the collections of the State Library of Queensland are two original photographs taken during a séance held in Brisbane on 24 October 1888. The photographs show an excellent example of independent slate-writing, where (purportedly) spirits of the dead communicate with the living by writing messages on a slate in the presence of a medium.

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Quairading Central Wheatbelt. (detail)

Self reconciliation- Quairading Central Wheatbelt

Porcelain, black slip, gold lustre, decals

Photograph: Art Atelier Photography


18 January 2020

The Self reconciliation Series was exhibited in  séance, curated by Sean Morris, and explored the 'voices of a white past' communicating the deceits and illusions of my own white history.

20 December 2020

I thought the Biblio Art Prize 2020 would be fun to enter. Artists were invited to submit an art work that responded to a book they were allocated to read.

29 October 2020

This November I'm heading to Canberra to participate in DESIGN CANBERRA OPEN STUDIO. Having worked and lived in Canberra for over 15 years it's like a second home- yes, I'm a Canberra lover!