The Volcanos of Tamaki Makaurau

This exhibition will open onSunday 28th of November from 11 to 4pm at 28 Ethel St Morningside, Auckland. It will be on until December 4th. Hours Tues- Fri 11-5pm, Sat & Sun 11-4pm Enquiries: 021639789  Pukakawa and the War Memorial Museum The quickest way to get to art school was to walk across the […]

Gold Strike

Gold Strike is an imaginative reconstruction of the 1912 Waihi Strike – The people, places and the locations of this vivid, violent and ultimately tragic event. The exhibition was opened exactly 100 years to the day that the striker Fred Evans was killed as he fled from the miners Union Hall on the 11th of […]

The Kurow Cure

How New Zealand’s social welfare system began in Kurow during the great depression

From Waipahi

Graeme White’s last Journey

Number One Field Punishment

Archibald Baxter and Mark Briggs take a stand against conscription

Hell here Now – the Gallipoli diary of Alfred Cameron

The painting Hell Here Now shows the Turkish landscape at Gallipoli occupied by ANZAC troops in 1915.  The painting includes quotes from the Gallipoli diary of Alfred Cameron, which is held in the Turnbull Library, and a quote from a Turkish solider Ismail Haaki. Like many young men Alfred Cameron could not wait to get […]

A Man Who Moved New Zealand

Harold Wellman and the alpine fault

Capital Times

These paintings are part of a group show at Suite Gallery Wellington that  featured works by Neil Pardington, Geoffrey Notman, Ans Westra, Barbara Strathdee, Bob Kerr and Ann Shelton. At the opening for this show a viewer came up to me and said, ‘The seven suitcases, that’s the seven ages of man, Right? A short time later […]

The Chatham Islands and other places

These two paintings of volcanic cones are from a trip to the Chatham Islands or Eastern Zealandia, as Hamish Campbel and Chris Adams the geologists who organized this visit call it. These ancient volcanic cones in the north east of the main island have spent much of their time under the sea. Further along the […]


My recent shows have had been about historical figures. This one is simply a series of landscapes. Inland was a joint exhibition with the sculptor Bing Dawe that was shown at Whitespace Gallery until Sunday the 6th of November 2016.