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My degrees come from the Corcoran College of Art & Design where I studied printmaking and the University of Sydney where I wrote a dissertation on communication, rhetoric, and font choice. I’ve taught printmaking, drawing, bookbinding, art appreciation, and hula-hoop at a variety of colleges, schools, institutions, and community centers. My work is in the collection at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, South Suburban College, and several private collections. Gallery Ehva, in Provincetown, shows my art for me. Gallery 451 in Sydney used to – but then they closed.
Most of my work are woodcuts, monoprints, and photographs. I like to explore surreal narratives and quirky anthropomorphisms. I view making art as exploration and cannot authentically claim any commitment to making a finished product. I am on a mission to make viewers of my work and myself laugh, and to never mix the same colour twice.