Daily Practice Exhibition – Last Week

“Daily Practice”, the exhibition of my work and that of Annalise Rees will end on August 6th. It is based on our different approaches to a disciplined daily visual art practice.

We would love it if you are in Adelaide and can go and have a look!

Here are a few installation snaps – but you really have to be there to peruse Annalise’s journals and my “film strips” and blog.

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Daily Practice is a SALA (South Australian Living Artist) Exhibition.

Adelaide Central Gallery is at 7 Mulberry Road, Glenside (next to the film studios).

Opening Hours are:

Monday, Thursday & Friday 8.30am – 5.15pm
Tuesday & Wednesday 8.30am – 7pm
Saturday 1 – 4pm


Ready to go…Daily Practice, an Exhibition

My work is all wrapped up and ready for delivery to Adelaide Central Gallery on Friday!

The exhibition will be open to the public from July 6th, and you can join us for a celebratory “opening” on Tuesday July 12th at 6pm.

Details can be found here, and the invitation is below! I’d love to see you there.



Daily Practice: An Exhibition

Evening reed colours

Pink Series, iPad finger drawings on polyester film, 7cm x 121 cm

Pelican drawing

Pelican Drawing, ipad finger drawings on polyester film, 7cm x 121 cm

I’m just finishing off work for my next exhibition, due to be installed at Adelaide Central Gallery, Adelaide Central School of Art, 7 Mulberry Road, Glenside on July 4th.

The exhibition is called “Daily Practice” and it is a joint exhibition with the wonderful Annalise Rees.

We both ground our studio work in a disciplined daily practice of drawing – Annalise keeps beautiful paper journals and I blog a drawing just about every day!

The exhibition will feature Annalise’s journals and my blog (you can interact with the blog, and it will be shown updating in real time) as well as work we have developed from our daily endeavours.

The exhibition is open from July 5th until August 6th and is a SALA event. There will be an opening function on Tuesday July 12th at the gallery, 6pm until 8pm.


Sunlitscape Lightbox, iPad finger drawng printed on rigid polyester film, timber,mdf, LED strip, fixings. 40cm x 30cm.


The Adelaide Parklands Art Prize 2016

Today I delivered three lightboxes to the Artspace Gallery at the Festival Centre. They have been selected for inclusion in the Adelaide Parklands Art Prize Exhibition, which opens this Friday 15th April at 5:30pm and continues until 28th May.

I am delighted to once again be a finalist in this prize. The parklands are very dear to me and many other South Australians, and indeed much of my drawing occurs there. They are a unique part of Adelaide and worthy of protection.

Artspace gallery is open Wednesday to Saturday 11am until 4pm, entry via the Dunstan playhouse.

Morning Water, Tulya Wodli

Morning Water, Tulya Wodli.IPad finger drawing in lightbox

Reflective, Tulya Wodli

Reflective, Tulya Wodli.IPad finger drawing in lightbox.

Slippage 3 (parklands)

Slippage 3,(Parklands mash-up) Ipad finger drawing collage in light box.

An Impromptu exhibition

It is the Adelaide Fringe, and I’ve suddenly found myself involved in a “Fringe” exhibition at the new and lovely Studio Bowden.

The planned exhibition fell through, and I was asked to fill the gap! The exhibition begins on February 26th and runs through until March 6th.

I’m showing landscape based works – swing by for a look!


Studio Bowden is at 91A Drayton street Bowden.

Exhibition hours are:

Feb 2016 26, 27 and 28

March 2, 3,5 and 6,

Daily 11 am – 5pm

Adelaide Fringe Festival and the Emma Hack Art Prize exhibition.

My Video Drawing work entitled “DNA” has been selected for the Emma Hack Art Prize Exhibition at the Adelaide Fringe.

Emma Hack’s Exhibition celebrates the work of South Australian Artists, and this year the theme is “Identity”.

The exhibition is in the Festival Theatre Foyer, and officially opens Thursday 11th February at 6pm.

It can be viewed any day from 9 until 5 and when events are on at the theatre, and runs until March 13th.

A winner will be selected by a panel of judges , and there is also a people’s choice award – voting  can be done on line here and works can be purchased online here. A list of finalists can be found here

In my video work, the viewer can “participate” in the drawing transformation of one family member to the next. The unique qualities of digital drawing enable the drawing process to be replayed and preserved.

Our DNA determines in part our unique and at the same time composite identity. This animated series of portrait drawings explores that fascination we have with family likeness.

To see the movie, visit the exhibition at the Adelaide Festival Theatre, Feb 11th until March 13th!