Major Collectors

HRH The Sultan of Oman
HH The Maharaja of Jodphur
State Library of Victoria
Government House, Melbourne
RMIT
Macquarie Bank
ANZ Bank

2012
Visits Royal Cavalry of Oman, in Muscat. Sees and sketches the Sultan of Oman’s
Arabian horses, used for racing and official carriages.
Visits Chantilly Stables in Paris, studying Lusitanian, Iberian, Friesian and other baroque, classically
trained breeds.
Sketches Lipezzaners at Spanish Riding School, and Summer Stables, Vienna, Austria.
Travels to research racing paintings at Royal Ascot, Paris,
and The Curragh, County Kildare, Ireland.
Solo exhibition, The Sport of Kings, Collins Street Gallery

2011
Solo exhibition, Town & Country, Collins Street Gallery, Melbourne.
Resident Artist, Royal Melbourne Show
Solo exhibition,Scenes From the Cobra’s Hood, Rajasthan, India.
Resident Artist, Royal Easter Show, Sydney.
resident Artist, Royal Melbourne Show.

‘LaTrobe Reading Room’ watercolour purchased by the State Library of Victoria
Commissioned by Royal Agricultural Society of NSW to paint Grand Supreme Bull.
Commissioned by Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria to paint Grand Supreme Bull

2010
Solo Exhibition, ‘The Last View’, Collins Street Gallery, Melbourne.
Travels to India for ‘resident artist’ positions with HH The Maharajah of Jodphur and Orange County Lodge on the Kabini River, Karnataka.
Losing our marvels – article in The Age

‘Government House’ watercolour purchased by Government House, Victoria.
Commission by Macquaire Bank, Historic buildings of Brisbane.
Commissioned by Royal Agricultural Society of NSW to paint Grand Supreme Merino, Royal Easter Show.
2009
Solo exhibition, ‘Going In’, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide.

2008
Exhibits with Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, Mall Galleries, London
Solo exhibition, ‘The Conscious Stone II’, The Collins Street Gallery, Melbourne.

2007
Moves to London
Recieves major commission of 35 paintings from His Royal Highness, The Sultan of Oman.
Travels to Oman, The Arabian Penninsula.
Finalist, Sunday Times Watercolour Competition,London
Solo exhibition, ‘Breakers Ahead!’, Nautilus Gallery, King Island, Tasmania

2006
“Port Fairy Scenes”, solo exhibition, “Rockleigh”, Historic manor, Port Fairy, Victoria.
“A Curious Eye”, solo exhibition, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide,
Australia.
“Best Australian Wildlife Painting”, Camberwell Art Show, Australia.
Featured Resident Artist at ‘Bird Week’, Kingfisher Bay Resort, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia.

2005
“The Conscious Stone” Solo Exhibition of Architectural studies, The
Collins Street Gallery, Melbourne.
“Gondwana” Solo Exhibition, Galerie Konoha, Tokyo, Japan.
“Island Days” Solo exhibition, Nautilus Gallery, King Island,
Tasmania.

2004
“Painting the Corner”, co-curator and participant in Trust For
Nature(TFN) Exhibition.
Artist in Residence, Cradle Mountain Lodge, Tasmania, Australia,

2003
Artist in Residence, Gagudju Resort, Kakadu National Park, Australia
Artist in Residence, Yulara Resort, Central Australia.

2002
Wins “Best in Show”, R.S.P.C.A. Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia, with ‘Brahmaputra’.

2000
South-Eastern Wildlife Art Exposition, Charleston, South Carolina.
Featured in American Artist ‘Watercolour’ magazine, “Detailing
Wildlife”.

1999
South-Eastern Wildlife Art Exposition, Charleston, South Carolina.
Asked to participate in Christies’ Wildlife Art Auction, London.

1998
South-Eastern Wildlife Art Exposition, Charleston, South Carolina.
Accepted into “Birds in Art”, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin.
“Natural Habitat; Contemporary Wildlife Artists of North America”,
Spanierman Gallery, New York City

1997
Named “Artist to Watch”, USArt Magazine.
Participates in Bonhams’ Wildlife Art Auction, Singapore.
“X-ers in Art”, article USArt Magazine.

1996
Minneapolis Wildlife and Western Art Expo.
Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Expo, Seattle, Washington.
“Wonders of Nature” Exhibition, Monidale Fine Arts, Hong Kong

1995
American debut at the Northern Wildlife Art Expo, Lansing, Michigan.
Minneapolis Wildlife and Western Art Expo.
Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Expo, Tacoma, Washington.
Named “Best Newcomer”, USArt Magazine.

1991
Lives and exhibits in London(Medici Gallery, Mayfair)

1990
Runner-up, R.S.P.C.A. Annual Art Show, Melbourne.
“Best Work Depicting Exotic Wildlife”, WASA Annual Exhibition

1989
“Best Artist Under 25”, Waverley City Art Show.
“Best New Artist”, Wildlife Art Society of Australasia Annual
Exhibition.

1988
Works as on-site artist, World Expo 88, Brisbane, Australia.

1987
Completes Applied Art course at RMIT.
RMIT buys two drawings at end of year student exhibition.

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