Canberra Times review of Welcoming the Light

I am so pleased with this review, I had to share…


Suki & Hugh Gallery

If you are on your way to the coast this holiday season then I recommend you stop by Suki & Hugh Gallery in Bungendore.  They offer exhibitions of contemporary art … Continue Reading →


Scandinavian Christmas Bazaar

Scandinavian Christmas Bazaar Saturday 3rd December 2016 12 noon till 4pm Albert Hall, 100 Commonwealth Avenue, Yarralumla 


Welcoming the light

WELCOMING THE LIGHT a group exhibition curated by Peter Haynes Di Broomhall Claire Capel Stanley Spike Deane Mel George Sylvia McEwan Ruth Oliphant ( represented By Beaver Galleries) Claire Primrose … Continue Reading →


Open Studio Event

I am holding an Open Studio Event and I would love for you to join me. When: Friday 18th November 2016 – 9am till 7pm Starting with a champagne brunch … Continue Reading →

Market News

I will be at the Scandinavian Christmas Bazaar and the Handmade Markets this year. It will be your last chance to catch me at the markets, so I really hope … Continue Reading →

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Handmade Markets This Weekend!

The Handmade Markets are on this weekend – 14th and 15th March from 10am til 4pm both days. The markets are now being held at Exhibition Park in Canberra. Loads … Continue Reading →

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New exhibition! Delineations at Form Gallery

I am very pleased to announce that I am part of a new exhibition, along with other members of Claybodies. Delineations will be at the Form Studio and Gallery in … Continue Reading →

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Handmade Markets this weekend

The last Handmade Markets of the year are on this weekend. What a perfect way to have fun and pick up some wonderful gifts. Hope to see you there! This … Continue Reading →

Scandinavian Christmas Bazaar

The Scandinavian Australian Association are putting on the wonderful Christmas Bazaar again this year. There will be loads of entertainment and lots of things to buy for Christmas. Hope to … Continue Reading →