2018 Aotearoa Section Third :: Acrylic on canvas
A cloak offers symbolic protection - a life spared in the pursuit of mana
Photo courtesy World of WearableArt Ltd
2017 Finalist :: Aotearoa Section :: Acrylic on canvas, split pins, washers, wood
Corrugated iron - red as the shepherd's warning.
Photo courtesy World of WearableArt.
2016 Finalist :: Bizarre Bra Section :: Recycled fabrics, paint, embroidery hoop
Men now ask for directions.
2014 Finalist :: Open Section :: Acrylic on canvas
In the chilling grip of death, Scott's diary held his last hope of connection with his people.
2012 Finalist :: Bizarre Bra Section :: Rope
The captain was struck by the pairs of his bell.
2011 Finalist :: South Pacific Section :: Award - Honorable Mention :: Acrylic on canvas
Sam Hunt’s poem ‘Making tracks’ honours men of the sea: adventurers, whalers & fishermen who’ve given their names to our most iconic landmarks.
2013 (Unselected) :: South Pacific Section :: Acrylic on canvas
Where European navigator encounters Polynesian Wayfinder, history is made.
You could say I've been biten by the WOW bug. Others might call it an obsession! Either way, the annual World of WearableArt Awards (www.worldofwearableart.com) provides me an opportunity to extend my creativity into wearable pieces - which in turn, inspire many of my other artworks. Here's a selection from more recent years.