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2018

• Portrait of Claire Tomalin acquired by the National Portrait Gallery, London UK

• Selected from 2667 international entries as one of 48 finalists for the BP Portrait Award Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK

2007
Selected as finalist for the Portia Geach Portrait Prize at S.H.Ervin Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2006
Work selected to be published for limited edition of “Mystery postcards”, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK

 

2003

Selected as 1 of 12 artists to paint for 1 of the 4 programs of the BBC series "Star Portraits", broadcast in UK, Australia and the United States

1999

Awarded 2nd Prize for the BP Portrait Award, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK

Painting 'Boyish Boo' chosen as the publicity image for Award Exhibition: press, subway posters, etc.

1989

Awarded 2nd Prize for the "Premio Internazionale di Pittura VIII Francia D’Argento", Tuscany, Italy

Judge: Jean-Marie Drot, Director of the Academy of France, Villa Medicis, Rome

1988

Received Special Mention from the Jury and selected for Solo Exhibition at the "Salon de la Jeune Peinture” art fair, Grand Palais, Paris, France
 

1987

Awarded a Major Grant by the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council to paint full-time in Paris for 1 year

1986

Awarded a Residency Grant by the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council for a 3 month Artist's residence at the Michael Karoyli Cultural Foundation, Vence, France



1985

Awarded a Grant by the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council to fund a solo exhibition at Pinacotheca, Melbourne, Australia

1983

Awarded a Grant by the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council to fund "Large Collages on Paper" Solo Exhibition at Pinacotheca Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

1982

Awarded 2nd Prize by the Canberra Times National Prize, Canberra, Australia

1981

• Awarded a Grant by the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council to fund a solo exhibition at Auguste Blackman Gallery, Sydney, 

Australia

• Awarded 2nd  Prize for "Festival of Drawing" at Mornington Gallery, Victoria, Australia

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