MY WORKS

GALLERY

Tilting the Brim, 2005

Australian and Bolivian female figures with hats exploring the cultural divide between the First and the Third Worlds.

Symbiosis, 2006- Strathnairn Homestead Gallery

Egyptian imagery to compare the long reign of Egyptian civilization over thousands of years to our short reign since industrialization and the subsequent damage to the Earth.

Mothers of the Revolution, 2007-ANCA Gallery

Historically referenced female figures focusing on technological changes over 20 generations from 1350 to the present day.

Reorient, 2008 - ACT Legislative Assembly

Large standing figures inspired by Japanese culture and poetry with reference to the seasons and life cycles.

Echoes in Form, 2009 - ANCA Gallery

Parallel study of paired Modernist female artists comparing styles and chronology in Australia and Europe. These styles were reflected in the figures and busts and were grouped in pairs. These styles were reflected in the figures and busts and were grouped in pairs.

The Oracle Game, 2010 -ANCA Gallery

The fear of apocalypse and sense of confusion due to climate change mirrored through ancient Mayan rituals. The world is in crisis and the media appear to exacerbate the problem by seeding doubts. Unless we all face the same direction we may reach a critical point of no return.

Substance, 2012 – ANCA Gallery

Parallels between the elements of the human body and those found in the sea, referencing the court hierarchy.

Jingdezhen Residency, 2013

Spending 4 weeks at Jingdezhen Sculpture Workshop in September provided a great insight into mould-making and slip casting techniques. I made many sculptures from black clay and across the road I could have moulds made in another workshop. My husband came as my assistant.

Echoes in Time, 2015 - Belconnen Arts Centre

Links and echoes between artist’s ancestors over several generations in England and Australia. I used a large gas kiln at Strathnairn to fire the shino glazes on the Australian ancestors and the English ones were made in terracotta. The small porcelain figures that I made in Jingdezhen were part of the narrative of this exhibition.

Cloud Shadows, 2015-2019

This series of sculptures has been inspired by my travels in China. I have explored images of women in China from ancient to modern times. As I attempt to encapsulate the vast changes in the roles of women over one thousand years I realise that I have set myself an impossible task! Nevertheless, my enthusiasm has not waned! The project was interrupted due to my spending a year in Berlin assisting our son who in hospital and rehab following a traumatic accident. Happily, he has now recovered and I am slowly picking up where I left off.