Busy, busy, busy…..

I’ve been busy painting, but I’ll keep them under wraps until the end of the month where you can see it all live. And yes there will be some cat paintings, but not all will have cats, so get in early if you need cats. Otherwise it’s just me and my head. You have been warned.

And It will all be here, at the Watch House 179 Darling Street, Balmain Sydney Australia.

Opening Night is Friday the 29th of June 6 to 8pm, and the exhibition will be open on Saturday the 30th June and Sunday the 1st of July from 10am to 5pm.

I hoping to get my friend Scott Gibson to do a performance on the Saturday which ties in to some illustrating work I’m doing for a book we’re working on together.

And of course, my friend Jan Blake is presenting new works and reworks of her famous assemblages. Relentless.

Stay tuned for more information and exciting news.



Here’s some pictures keeping me busy.

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