Group Exhibition at Project 504

I’m currently exhibiting work at Project 504 gallery in a group show with some sensational artists, including Helen Connolly, Sean Hutton, Christina Rogers and Lucy West-Sooby. ‘Uncovered: Making a Work of Art’ offers insight into the creative process behind a completed work.

While the group share a background of classical training at the Julian Ashton Art School, the exhibition aims to reveal that even among like-minded artists there is a diverse range of creative methods and no two imaginations are the same. Art lovers will gain valuable insight into the nature of creative work, and fellow artists will recognise some of their own daily hardships and triumphs.

The exhibition was opened by fine art specialist and auctioneer, Anne Phillips, and featured live music form folk/jazz trio, Marcus Holden, Keiran Ryan-Colton and Gary Steele. It was also an honour to have our former Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, in attendance, viewing the latest portrait of him by Sean Hutton. Click here for a full gallery of images from the opening night.

 Former prime minister, Bob Hawke, alongside his daughter Sue Pieters-Hawke, Blanche d'Alpuget and the artist, Sean Hutton. 

Former prime minister, Bob Hawke, alongside his daughter Sue Pieters-Hawke, Blanche d'Alpuget and the artist, Sean Hutton. 

 Crowds gathering at Project 504 gallery. 

Crowds gathering at Project 504 gallery. 

 Award-winning filmmaker and ceramicist, Sarah Tracton, standing under my portrait of her 'Reverberate'. 

Award-winning filmmaker and ceramicist, Sarah Tracton, standing under my portrait of her 'Reverberate'.