Exhibitions + Collections

Solo Exhibitions

2020 – Fragments: a printed environment, Redland Regional Art Gallery (postponed to May 2021 due to restrictions in response to COVID-19)

2020 – Fragments: a virtual environment, Onespace Gallery (online exhibition)

Group Exhibitions

2020 – 2020 National Works on Paper Awards (NWOP), Mornington Peninsular Regional Art Gallery, VIC

2020 – Depart, Onespace Gallery, Brisbane, QLD

2020 – Sydney Contemporary Presents 2020 (online exhibition)

2020 – Pattern & Place, Metro Arts Gallery, Brisbane, QLD

2020 – First, Redcliffe Art Gallery, QLD

2020 – Arts in the Valley, Kangaroo Valley Hall, NSW

2019 – ARTNOW FNQ 2019, Cairns Regional Art Gallery, QLD

2019 – Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) 2019 with Onespace Gallery

2019 – Shared Connections (Brisbane City Council’s 2019 Indigenous Art Program), Edison Lane, Brisbane, QLD

2019 – Haugesund International Festival for Artistic Relief Print, Haugesund Art Gallery, Norway

2018 – 35th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA), Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory

2018 – Impressions 12, Impress Printmakers Gallery, QLD 2018 – biannual gather.AWARDS, QLD

2018 – Conscious, Greaser Art Gallery, QLD

2018 – Figments of Your Imagination, Ipswich Art Gallery, QLD

2017 – Liminal Print, Gallery 61 (Queensland Academy for Creative Industries)

2017 – Snapshot, The Project Gallery (Queensland College of Art)


2020 – Carving Memories: continued line, continued place, acquired by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Islander Studies

2020 – Carving Memories: a new dialect, acquired by Moreton Bay Regional Council

2019 – Carving Memories: a new dialect, acquired by the Griffith University Art Museum Collection

2018 – Storyline, acquired by The Perera-Picco Collection of Australian Art

2017 – Tension, Griffith Print Club’s Annual Folio Box in partnership with State Library of Queensland’s artist book collection

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