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2016 Highlights

Shrinking Reef
Highly Commended, Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize, South Australia Museum, Adelaide, South Australia – Shrinking Reef

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Highly Commended, Swan Hill Printmaking and Drawing Prize, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, Victoria – Sappho/Antarctica

Solo exhibition, titled Portrait/Place at Beaver Galleries, Canberra, ACT, opening November 10

Barcelona residency August


 

2015 Highlights

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Winner, Bay of Fires Art Prize, St Helens, Tasmania with a diptych drawing titled Floating Rock

Highly Commended, Lloyd Rees Art Prize, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania

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Undercurrents, Collaborative Art piece at the Tasmanian Maritime Museum, Hobart, Tasmania
(B.Kjar, J. Marshall, M. Milojevic) Part of 10 days on the Island Arts Festival
Exhibition opening Friday March 20, 7-9pm, Tasmanian Maritime Museum, Hobart

Shrinking Reef
A sculpture titled Shrinking Reef has been selected for an exhibition titled
The Warming curated by Mandy Martin, CLIMarte festival, Australian Galleries, Melbourne, May 3 – 24

Finalist in the Bay of Fires Art Prize, St Helens, Tasmania

Working on a portrait painting for the Archibald Prize and the Glover

Workshop at Baldessin Press, St Andrews Victoria
Drawing to Print (dates to be confimed) www.baldessinpress.com

 


 

2014 Highlights

Finalist in the Glover Prize:

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Toarra-Marra-Monah: Maria Island, 2014 watercolour, charcoal & oil paint on canvas 56 x 106 cm

 

Finalist in the Rick Amor Drawing Prize exhibition, Art Gallery of Ballarat:

3.Groucho-Marx
Groucho Marx, 2013 charcoal, ink and conte on Somerset paper 76 x 56 cm

Finalist in the Swan Hill Drawing Prize, Swan Hill Art Gallery:

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Ned Kelly and His Brother, 2014

 

Finalist in the 38th Alice Prize exhibition, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs:

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Caylus Saws, 2013 charcoal, oil crayon, conte & ink wash on paper 112 x 76 cm

Solo exhibitions at Celia Lendis Gallery, UK and Bett Gallery, Hobart, TAS