Monday, November 29, 2010

artblog: suburbia

artblog: suburbia: "you are invited to the end of semester exhibition ..... suburbia @ Brisbane Institute of Art opening: friday december 3, 6.30 pm by Cr. ..."

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Give a creative gift this Christmas

An exhibition of small, quality works by local artists
at White Canvas Gallery.

You are invited to come along...

Opening night Thurs 25 from 6 - 9pm.
Continuing until 30 November 11am - 4pm daily

26 Church St - Fortitude Valley - QLD 4006 - (near The Valley Pool)

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Short listed for emerging art prize at ...

Saturday 11th September 2010
St Sebastian’s Primary School Yeronga


St Sebastian’s proudly invites you to the
2010 Spring Art Exhibition
incorporating the St Sebastian’s
$1,500 Emerging Art Prize
Saturday,11th September 2010

VENUE: The Australian Hellenic Sports Centre -
Olympic Soccer Club, 50 Cansdale Street Yeronga 4104
(Please note venue changed due to construction work
at St Sebastian’s )
7.00pm Exhibition opens

8.00pm Announcement 2010 Winner of the $1,500
St Sebastian’s Emerging Art Prize

Tickets only $25
- Light supper
- Drink on arrival
- Lucky door prize
- Live entertainment
- Cash bar until late

Tickets available from St Sebastian’s
141 Kadumba Street Yeronga
Ph: 07 3848 2779

Monday, August 9, 2010

The EKKA is here!

When visiting the RNA show this year, check out the painting and drawing section. You will see my three entries there!

Open until Saturday 14 August

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Please come along and see my art work at this very worthy function

 You're invited to the 20th Annual
ACT for Kids Art Exhibition
(23 - 28 July).
Please join us for the opening night Cocktail Party!
WHEN: Friday 23 July from 6pm - 9pm
WHERE: White Canvas Gallery, 26 Church Street
Fortitude Valley
DETAILS: $60 per person (canap├ęs and wine provided)
RSVP: Friday 16 July. Call Julie on 0412 525 453
or email
Profits raised go to ACT for Kids,
helping abused and neglected children.

Monday, July 5, 2010


You are invited to an exhibition by two emerging Brisbane artists. Linda Zucco paintings document Brisbane’s Mod scene in the 80s with her Scooter series while Eeva Jimenez displays her gorgeous European landscapes taken from her recent travels.

WHEN Until Wednesday 28 July / Open till 2.30 weekdays

WHERE The Coffee Supplier Cafe, Stereo Lane (shop 6, 77 Elizabeth St) Brisbane

Opening hours are weekdays until 2.30pm. Look for an old converted warehouse down a laneway and under a boomgate. Remember to order the coffee, it’s amazing.

See you there!

Thursday, May 6, 2010

An engaging couple

The comfortable and engaging relationship this couple share made them a must to paint.

The couple are friends of my parents and as the image eludes, is set in their Italian courtyard garden.

Second prize for the Live Life painting prize 2009.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


A family holiday to Italy took us to Cinque Terre which is a National Park and UNESCO World Heritage site.
I travelled with my visual diary and used it daily as well as photographed the beautiful beaches, cliffs and seas.


Lights and darks, positive and negative space, and composition are important factors for my life drawing. Because of time limits, the results are usually look quite immediate.

'Pandora' (second image) was chosen by Brisbane Institute of Art for a 2008 selected works exhibition entitled 'Less is more'.

SCOOTERS continued...

'Scooters by the Sea' (at left) which is set in Margate Beach in Brisbane. ‘Pink Palace’ (above right) captures Brisbane’s Mods in a significant location – the Pink Palace which exist only in memory now, but was once located in Spring Hill. "Parked" (above left) is a still life which celebrates the scooter's strong shapely curves. The latter two hung in Wilston State School Art Prize.


My entry for 2010 Moreton Bay Regional Art Prize - pre-selection

I enjoy painting people and places - relating to one another in their natural surroundings. My painting is part of a series entitled Brisbane Pockets and this painting is from a scene at West End Markets, which is always a vibrant environment. The markets are just the kind of visual feast I like to look at and draw inspiration from. Potato Seller was short listed.


Mods, a sub culture in Joh’s 1980s was adopted from England was highly influenced by English bands like The Jam and The Who.

Monday, February 8, 2010


New Farm Park
These paintings are from my 'Brisbane Pockets' series.
Both are scenes from lazy Sunday afternoons.


The political climate of Brisbane in the 80s was a challenge to those culturally on-the-fringe – you made yourself interesting to the Police – think Punks, Mods, Ska Beat girls and boys. However this difference of identity made a statement and was a way of thumbing one’s nose at that authority while trying not to get arrested for imagined civil liberties breaches!

Mod Boys' was chosen for a Brisbane Institute of Art selected works exhibition 2009 called e.g.