Awards & Achievements
Winner of the best environmental message international art competition - Title: 'Hand in hand we can' acrylic on canvas
Raised funds for the Baby Rhino Rescue Orphanage
Nominated for the June AFC honours for artistic excellence and extraordinary dedication to conservation -a
Invited to appear as featured artist in the Colour in your Life television art series. Filmed on lacation in Dunsborough, Western Australia.
A re-creation of 'Tears of the rhino' as requested by CEO Graeme Stephenson. CIYL has now gone global
Commissioned to illustrate a childrens book authored by - Paul Ashford Harris
Albert's bad day is a childrens story book about Albert the numbat. Numbats are now endangered and this was a wonderful opportunity to teach children about this amazing little animal.
Shortlisted for the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the year exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London UK with 'To the point'
Awarded the City of Canning Centennial Perpetual Trophy for best exhibit in Drawing and painting.
Title: 'Ray' acrylic on canvas
Awarded the gold medal at the 30th anniversary awards exhibition Queensland Wildlife Society Title: African wild dog" - acrylic
Awarded peoples choice title: 'To the point' acrylic on canvas - Pale chanting goshawk
In conjunction with the Save African Rhino Foundation, by donating my time and expertise, acting as tour leader and artists in residence to Zimbabwe the tour raised $6000AUD for the cause. An incredible experience raising awareness of endangered species in Africa.
Selected as one of the top ten finalsits for the Clifton Art Award.
Started in 2001, Cliftons Art Prize is an annual competition that helps raise the profiles of local emerging artists and encourages corporate patronage of the arts. At Cliftons, we believe visually stimulating environments enrich the learning experience and every year, local artists across Asia Pacific are encouraged to enter the online competition.
Winner of the 9x5 Title: 'Summes day'
Awarded the Canning Agricultural Show - Champion exhibit ‘African painted Dog’ - acrylic
Awarded the Best in Show at the Melville Community Arts Awards of Excellence - 'Whos the boss' oil on canvas