Small Sculpture Award 2022 Finalist

I am honored to have 2 works selected this year for the Small Sculpture Prize 2022.

There are 28 works by 14 finalists selected for the exhibition from 60 submissions. Works were selected by Dr Kriselle Baker, fine art specialist, writer and publisher.

'The Small Sculpture Prize was initiated by the Waiheke Community Art Gallery in 2009. It continues to draw entries from all parts of New Zealand and has become the benchmark for small sculptural exploration while offering artists the opportunity for critical review.'

Point of No Return IV - Cast glass & ceramic | 140 x 130 x 280mm

Point of No Return III - Ceramic | 100 x 100 x 17mm

NZ Art Show 2022

Increased Response

Ceramic & underglaze - wheel thrown and assembled

220 x 170 x 220mm

On show in the RT Nelson Sculpture Awards at the NZ Art Show 2022 - TSB Arena, Wellington. Find all 68 finalists here Sculpture Awards Finalists

R T Nelson Sculpture Awards Finalist 2022

I am delighted to be selected as a finalist in the Richard T Nelson Sculpture Awards 2022. Ceramic sculpture 'Increased Response' will show alongside 68 artists from across New Zealand at the NZ Art Show in Wellington this coming June.

Exhibition Queens Birthday Weekend NZ Art Show TSB Arena, Wellington Thursday 3 - Sunday 5 June 2022

Art Glass 21

'Art Glass 21 is NZG's annual exhibition highlighting selected artists who are exploring the possibilities of glass, experimenting in the chemistry creatively and responding to the complexity of what glass is and what it can do. The artworks showcase the diversity of the artists, ranging from technically masterful vessels to contemporary explorations.'

Artists exhibiting include: Lisa Bate, Claudia Borella, Emma Camden, Wendy Fairclough, Te Rongo Kirkwood, David Murray, Philip Stokes, Kathryn Wightman, Ben Young

New Zealand Glassworks | 2 Rutland Street | Whanganui

Exhibition runs: August 1 - October 31

Award of Excellence | The Cleveland National Awards 2021

The Pack II received an Award of Excellence at The Cleveland National Awards 2021, presented by the Otago Art Society.

The piece was selected by Stella Lange, a Senior Lecturer in the School of Design at the Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin.

The remaining Excellence Awards were given to Gavin Chai for his painting 'Howick' oil on linen, and David Browne 'Warren Unmasked' B/W photograph.

The Pack II (detail) | Cast Glass | H150 x W130 x D100mm

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