2018 - Brunswick street gallery, small works prize
2019 - Brunswick street gallery, small works prize
2019 - "Perspective" solo show
2020 - Fundraiser show at Abacus, Chapel street
2021 - Skateboard group show with strukture skateboards
2021 - Display at Chin Chin restaurant
2022 - "Revolution" solo show
2023 - "Bleeding Thoughts" solo show
2024 - Pet portrait group show at Brunswick St Gallery
Albert Street Gallery, Brunswick
I recently held my debut solo exhibition at the Albert Street Gallery in Brunswick. Although it was a modestly sized event, its impact was remarkable, achieving great success. Through this showcase, I aimed to provide viewers with a fresh perspective on contemporary issues, offering a unique insight into their complexities.
Utilizing art as a creative medium, I embarked on a journey to delve into significant subjects. The artworks presented in the exhibition employed vibrant and striking imagery, effectively conveying the intended messages. My primary focus revolved around the use of eyes and faces, captivating the audience with the sheer power exuding from these pieces. I aspired to stir profound emotions and leave a lasting impression on viewers through their visual experience.
My recent exhibition, held at The Nook Gallery in Mornington, was aptly titled "Revolution." The central theme of the show revolved around the concept of revolution and the pursuit of a new societal paradigm. By connecting with the full range of human emotions, both positive and negative, I sought to provoke introspection and transformation within the viewers.
My ultimate goal was for individuals to depart from the exhibition with a refreshed mindset, eager to embark on a personal voyage of growth and contribute to a global revolution. The artworks presented were predominantly inspired by my own life experiences as well as significant contemporary issues that profoundly impact our world today.
"Bleeding Thoughts" explores the nexus of conflict and emotion, inspired by my personal struggles with mental health. Moving beyond contemporary debates, the collection tells a narrative of imminent danger and encourages reflection on morals. Empowering women in a male-dominated world, the artwork utilizes florals to symbolize positive growth. By embodying different women, I challenge the stigma surrounding men's mental health. Each piece contributes to my mental well-being, connecting art to the intricate tapestry of the mind. Mental health matters.