C.V.

 

       
 
 
 
        Education
 
1984¬-86:  Master Of Arts, Royal College Of Art, London
1981-84:  B.A. Hons., First Class, Staffordshire Polytechnic, Eng
1980-81:  Foundation Course, Cardiff College Of Art, Wales
 
       Solo Exhibitions
 
2012:   Australian Galleries, Paddington NSW
2009:   Australian Galleries, Paddington NSW
2007:   Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
2005:   Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
2004:   Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
2001:   Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
1999:    Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
1995:    Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
1994:    Centre for Art & Theology - Eastside Uniting Church, Paddington
1991:    De La Casas - Gallery, London
1990:    Roccinates - Gallery Cafe, Bristol, Eng
1990:    Druidstone Hotel, Druid Haven, Wales
1989:    George St Gallery, Avalon, Sydney
1988:    Vortex Gallery, High Gate London
1987:    St James Gallery, Piccadilly, London
 
 
        Selected Group Exhibitions
 
2012:     Selected Dobell Prize for Drawing A.G.N.S.W., Sydney
2011:     Selected Dobell Prize for Drawing A.G.N.S.W., Sydney
2011:     Serendipity, Belconnen Arts Centre Canberra A.C.T.
2010:    Rick Amor Drawing Prize, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat
2009:    Australian Galleries, Paddington NSW
2008:    Windows on Pain, ABN AMRO Tower, Sydney
2006:    Fleurieu Peninsula Biennale
2006:    Kedumba Drawing Award, Past Winners, Kedumba Gallery
2005:    Canberra Art Prize
2004:    Kedumba Drawing Award, Past Winners, Kedumba Gallery
2003:    Sydney Art on Paper, 9th International Art Fair, Fox Studios
2002:    “Fire”, Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney
2002:    Melbourne Art Fair 2002, Melbourne Galleries
2001:    Kedumba Drawing Award, Kedumba Gallery
2000:    Trinity Grammar School, Society of the Arts – Water Colour Show
2000:    Olympic Arts Festival, Sydney Scene, Michael Nagy Fine Art
2000:    Norvill Art Prize Exhibition
1994:    Just Tucker Exhibition, Third World Awareness, Newtown Mission, Sydney
1994:    “Discourse Of Babel” , Centre For Ministry, Parramatta
1993:    Criss Cross Exhibition, Institute For Theology & Art
1989:    E.M.R. Gallery, Sydney
1989:    Selected Wynne Prize A.G.N.S.W., Sydney
1987:    Design Analysis, Royal College Of Art Tour, Japan & Korea
 
 
       Awards
 
2009:    Winner, Tuggeranong Art Prize
2005:    Highly Commended, Canberra Art Prize
2001:    Winner of Kedumba Award for Drawing
2001:    Highly Commended, Nobell Art Prize
1985:    Worshipful Company Of Weavers Award, “The Folding Image”.
1984:    Staffordshire Art Society Prize
1981:    Foundation Award
 
 
       Teaching
 
2013:   Lecturer (Casual) School of Art. Australian National University, Canberra                       
2013:   Lecturer (Casual) Visual Arts & Design, Centre for Creative Industries, CIT, Canberra                                                     
2012:   Lecturer (Casual) School of Art. Australian National University, Canberra                       
2012:   Lecturer (Casual) Visual Arts & Design, Centre for Creative Industries, CIT,Canberra                                                     
2011:   Lecturer (Casual) Visual Arts & Design, Centre for Creative Industries, CIT, Canberra   
2010:   Lecturer (Casual) Visual Arts & Design, Centre for Creative Industries, CIT, Canberra
2009:   Lecturer (Casual) Visual Arts & Design, Centre for Creative Industries, CIT, Canberra                                                              
1999:   Artist in Residence, Waterloo Public School, Sydney
1998:   Artist in Residence, Waterloo Public School, Sydney
1992:   Visiting Tutor, University of Newcastle School of Fine Art
1988:   Artist in Residence, Allambie Heights Spastic Centre, Sydney
1987:   Visiting Tutor, Carmarthen College of Art, Wales
1985:   Visiting Lecturer, Postgraduate Art school, Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork Ireland 

 

     Publications
 
2004:   interview THE SPIRIT OF THINGS, ABC Radio National
2004:   Professor Sasha Grishin essay
2004:   interview with Rachael Kohn “you gotta have faith”, The Age
2004:   Sydney Morning Herald, Domain, August 
2004:   Sydney Morning Herald, Spotlight, August 
2004:   Canberra Times, July
1999:   Southern Cross, May
1988:   Southern Cross Quarterly, Winter