My pozible campaign to raise funds for the Sydney show was successful. I am thrilled that I was able to not only reach my goal, but go beyond my target! I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first decided to set this up. It was nerve wrecking at first, but it turned out to be a fantastic experience. I have received tremendous amount of positive feedback, love and support that has boosted my confidence and opened up new possibilities.

It was such an amazing experience to fly to Sydney and participate in the Her Story Group Exhibition.

I came back from my Sydney adventures feeling inspired and energised. It was a fantastic experience, the venue was packed on the  opening night, some of the works found new homes, including my ‘Waratah’. I’m am so stoked to have been part of this show! Its a huge step forward for me and I learned an awful lot. A massive thank you to everyone who supported me in various ways.

I am delighted to have been offered an art residency at BHCAC for next year! The residency will take place over a period of 5 months from February until June. During this period I will develop a new body of work comprised of a series of creative portraits in oil paint medium. The artworks will be created in collaboration with the local community and feature people who immigrated to Australia at a young age (as did I).  The resolved paintings will be exhibited at the BHCAC in May 2018.


I am very excited to be a part of a group exhibition that will be opening in Belmain, in Sydney at the end of the year. I will be showing a series of works which I am currently working on.

Her-Story – Seven emerging female artists telling their stories through art.

The show will include painting, drawing, sculpture and ceramic works. Watch this space for more information!
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