Curriculum Vitae


Education and Employment (art related)
2012-Present Represented at Mingara Gallery, Phillip Island, Victoria
2011 Moved to Phillip Island, Victoria.
2000 Moved to part-time employment to devote more time to art practice
         Became coordinating member of Inka Gallery Inc. Hobart
1999 Masters of Social Work, University of Tasmania. Thesis
         “How can Creativity in the Arts Inform Social Work Practice and Theory?”
1967-69 Based in New Plymouth, New Zealand.
         Secretary for the Art Galleries and Museums Association of New Zealand
         when the new Govett Brewster Art Gallery was being developed
1967 – present Attended many classes in drawing, life drawing,
         oil and watercolour painting in New Zealand, Tasmania and Melbourne

Member Artists’ Society of Phillip Island
Member Hawthorn Artists Society

2013 Stephen McLaughlan Galleries, Melbourne, with Warren Nichols
2011 Hawthorn Studio and Gallery/ Hawthorn Artists Society Group Show
2009 Tasmania 1:100,000 Mapping the Island, Ten Days on the Island festival, Hobart
2001- 2011 Group and solo exhibitions in Hobart Tasmania – Inka Art Gallery and Long Gallery, Salamanca Place
2000/2006 Plein Air Weekend exhibitions, Woodbridge and Cygnet, Tasmania
1960’s University of Melbourne Art Society

Selby, Clyde Gallery Watch, The Mercury, Hobart, 31st May 2008
Selby, Clyde Gallery Watch, The Mercury, Hobart, 28th June 2008
Selby, Clyde Gallery Watch, The Mercury, Hobart, 27th August 2008
Selby, Clyde Gallery Watch, The Mercury, Hobart, 25th October 2008

Current Work
Interested in the use of line and colour to communicate mood and feelings through themes of life drawing, nature, and everyday human activity. Current practice mainly in watercolour and collage.

May, 2013