8 March - 31 March 2018 Dust at Moonah Arts Centre.

"Dust is an exhibition of new works by Katherine Clayton, Alana Collins and Kathryn Dallimore.

These three artists explore the natural world through small-scale drawings and fragile, ephemeral objects and sculptures.

Their works search for intersections between the synthetic and organic, and ask questions about how we perceive the living world. What do we consider to be natural, valuable, and animate? What gets rejected, or remains unnoticed?

Dust presents a delicate investigation of the natural world."

 Katherine Clayton.  A Flower.  Wood, 2016.

Katherine Clayton. A Flower. Wood, 2016.

16 Feb - 27 Feb 2018 My drawing Life Drawing: Myrtle Beech, takayna/Tarkine will be in the Tarkine in Motion collaborative exhibition in Hobart. All proceeds from the sale of this piece will go to the Bob Brown Foundation.

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2 Feb - 24 Feb 2018 Solo exhibition Groundedness at Sawtooth ARI, Launceston.

  Groundedness  (installation view). Ground shale, Tasmanian rocks and minerals, 2018.

Groundedness (installation view). Ground shale, Tasmanian rocks and minerals, 2018.

 

10 July - 24 July 2017 A drawing inspired by the Tarkine is on show in Melbourne. A portion of all art sold will support the campaign for a Tarkine National Park and World Heritage Area.

1 July - 31 July 2016 Solo exhibition Inner Landscapes at the Top Gallery, Salamanca. 

  Inner Landscape  (detail). Graphite on paper, 2016

Inner Landscape (detail). Graphite on paper, 2016