The lovely Suraya Sidhu Singh and I will be discussing my works as guest artist at the 'I Am Woman' exhibition on at the moment at the Percy Thompson Gallery. Gallery Director Rhonda Bunyan will also be speaking about the suffrage movement and her inspiration behind the exhibition.
You can catch us at 11 am on Saturday on Taranaki Access Radio
I have the great honor of exhibiting alongside 70 Taranaki woman artists in the new Percy Thompson Gallery exhibition 'I Am Woman' which celebrates the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand.
As guest artist three of my paintings, 'The First Laurel,' 'Queen for a Day' & 'Prelude to a Dream' have been selected to showcase three different aspects of womanhood.
I am so glad that my painting 'The Poetry Lesson' has not only found a loving home but also raised much needed funds for such a worthy cause. I wish I could have been there on the night to say goodbye.
This work ‘The Poetry Lesson’ is based on a Victorian photograph and represents the commonality of experience faced by each of us regardless of the time in which we live. Here a courting couple;...
I'd just like to say a huge thank you to everyone who visited the Taranaki National Art Awards recently and felt a connection with my painting. I was so thrilled to be informed that 'Reflections on a Grey Room' has also been awarded the People's Choice Award.
It is such an important piece in my own personal narrative that it was very touching to have others interested in it as well.
A handful of Taranaki artists have been recognised in a national arts award event.
The 16th anniversary of the Taranaki National Art Awards attracted a record breaking 330 entries from throughout New Zealand across seven categories - painting, rural Taranaki, 3D, works on paper, fibre art, Toi Tu Taranaki, and Photography.
Of these, seven artists from New Plymouth, Ōkato and Urenui took out th...
I am so happy to announce that my painting 'Reflections on a Grey Room' was chosen last night by judges Dr Carole Shepheard & Reuben Friend for the TSB Community Trust Painting Award at the 2017 Taranaki National Art Awards.
This painting is the largest and most personal work I have yet executed and I am so thrilled to have been awarded this prize in a place which has nurtured and given a home...