ZOONOSES National Tour

ZOONOSES National Tour

2022-2025 JUST ANNOUNCED Touring QLD, NSW, VIC, TAS and SA In partnership with MAGS Qld and Logan Art Gallery. Supported by Visions of Australia. 12 Venues around Australia        

Zoonoses Caboolture Regional Gallery

Zoonoses Caboolture Regional Gallery

     Open Saturday, 29th June continues to 7th September 2019 Drawing from a range of historical and popular literary references, the exhibition investigates zoonotic diseases - illnesses carried by animals that can be transferred to humans. Lithography and drawing...

Zoonoses

Zoonoses

SOLO EXHIBITION LOGAN ART GALLERY OCT 19 - Nov 24 2018 This exhibition is primarily focussed on exploring concepts surrounding 'Zoonoses'. The mechanism of lithography is used as the primary medium to explore perceptions of animals in the context of fear of disease.

MORTON BAY COUNCIL’S 15 ARTISTS – FINALIST

MORTON BAY COUNCIL’S 15 ARTISTS – FINALIST

   Really honoured to be a part of this exhibition. This annual award plays a pivotal role in the growth of the Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection. The $10,000 acquisitive prize exhibits 15 artists that reflect the collection’s focus of culture, identity,...

Zoonoses

Zoonoses

SOLO EXHIBITION TWEED REGIONAL GALLERY, 2018 Mar 2 - May 20  Zoonoses, Tweed Regional Gallery, NSW This exhibition is primarily focussed on exploring concepts surrounding ‘Zoonoses’. The mechanism of lithography is used as the primary medium to explore our perceptions...

Hosts

Hosts

                    SOLO EXHIBITION, REDLAND ART GALLERY, CLEVELAND Hosts: Nicola Hooper Exhibition Opening 6.30pm Friday 13 October 2017 Redland Art Gallery, Cnr Middle & Bloomfield Sts, Cleveland Hosts: Floor Talk and Morning Tea 10.30am Sunday 15 October 2017...

QUEENSLAND STATE ARCHIVES’ WINDMILL EXHIBITION

QUEENSLAND STATE ARCHIVES’ WINDMILL EXHIBITION

  From early July to late December 2017 my work James the Rat King Diptych and artists book will be exhibited at the Qld State Archives Windmill Exhibition. The 'Report on Plague in Queensland' by Burnett Ham was inspiration for this work (a copy of which is...