visual artist - textiles - sculpture
Traditional Arts Fair – Castlemaine

unnamed (1)I’ll be demonstrating Handloom Weaving in Castlemaine for Buda’s Traditional Arts Fair, which showcases traditional arts, cooking and gardening (in as many and varied forms as possible) to honour the Leviny daughters, who lived in this grand old home for most of their lives.
A terrific community event.
See you there!

Sunday 25th November
Buda Historic Home & Garden
42 Hunter Street, Castlemaine
10am – 4pm (I’m on from 12.30 -1.15pm)
Entry: $5.00 per person – Children Free.

Performing Drawing – National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra Parkes Place, Parkes, ACT Dates: 1 September 2018 – 20 January 2019 Drawings, photographs and audio visual works from the NGA’s collection. Performing Drawing focuses on chance and change, exploring how actions can become art. This complex and considered exhibition highlights improvised gestures, hand-built machines and walking as methods of documenting…

Spring News

Hello everyone, Yes, it’s been a while since I sent news! I’ve been focussed on putting down roots in my new home this year, and some of them are literally bearing fruit now that Spring is really here. I’ve enjoyed making new connections, planting and watching my garden flower and set seed. My work is still getting out…

See Yourself Weaving

A complimentary open day of hands-on weaving for all ages as part of CRAFT CUBED Festival next month in conjunction with @craftvictoria

Spring News

SPRING NEWS Hello everyone! We’re slowly easing into Spring here in Victoria and the bush is awash with wattle. My Winter highlight was a 6 week textile jewellery project with Yarrenyty Arltere http://www.yarrenytyarltereartists.com/ in Alice Springs. It’s been a great privilege to work in this shimmeringly beautiful country with such gracious and resilient artists. The…

Adelaide 2013

‘Desert Life’ is featured in the exhibition ‘Spinifex Country’ at Flinders University City Gallery, Adelaide from 5 October – 8 December 2013. Traditionally spinifex has been an important resource for Aboriginal people – foremost as a source of resin and as a building material for windbreaks and shelters. Presenting spinifex in its material form, as…