New work in Different Dimensions RQAS 4-22 Feb 2021



Posted on September 1st, by admin in Portfolio. Comments Off on Paintings

2010 RETOUR EN FRANCE Exhibition(Alliance Francaise Brisbane) – ‘All Wrapped up’

2009 SOJOURNER Exhibition -‘Window in Venice’

Where the Dead Leaf Fell

Venetian Window


Rise and Fall


2012 TRACES Exhibition – ‘Rising Bloom’

Submerge Emerge

Summer in Florence 2

2010 INTERIOR DIALOGUE ‘Venetian Dialogue’

Remnants of a Landscape

Red Stockings

Neptune’s Fountain

Indigo Wash

Gondolas after the Rain

Fragments in Blue

A Letter from Venice

Blue Tower

Flow Blue

Bruised Landscape

Caught in the Drift

Chair and Lace

Chrysanthemum Adrift

Day and Night

Why original art makes good Christmas gifts!

Posted on November 28th, by Jennifer in Blog. Comments Off on Why original art makes good Christmas gifts!

Cut Out 2(Triptych)

I’ve been working my way through my studio-chaos everywhere! But slowly there are signs of order. A bit of culling and sorting. Time to clean the art rack and make room for the new…

Studio Sale this weekend and hopefully a chance to move some of the art onto better homes.

Great chance to choose some original Christmas gifts. Prices are going to be ridiculous!!

A good way to avoid the Christmas rush in those labyrinth of shopping centres. Take your time browsing in my studio and home without that annoying musak blaring, those sterile tiled surfaces, the hurried, frenzied faces of last minute shoppers!

I’ve always loved the thought of original art as a Christmas gift. Specially chosen gifts-maybe a painting always admired and now finally affordable. What about an etching-always loved that black and white look in art. Now also … Read More »

3 Days to find Traces

Posted on October 26th, by Jennifer in Blog. Comments Off on 3 Days to find Traces

Bruised Landscape

Collages, paintings and etchings that are connected by water, fragmented montages of life and instil us with beauty and hope.

At the Graydon Gallery 29 Merthyr Road, New Farm(0435091278) until 28th October