Biophilia is an exhibition of watercolour monotypes made over the course of Leah’s PhD as well as new works on paper. Opening 21 June 2019 at New England Regional Arts Museum, Armidale, NSW. Exhibition continues until 28 July 2019. For more details visit the NERAM website

Posted: 2 July 2019

Splash: McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award

Leah has been selected as a finalist in the inaugural Splash: McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award. Splash has been established to showcase Australian artists work in the medium of watercolour. It is an acquisitive award with funds from the Fornari Bequest, by the will of the late Lena May Fornari and is a legacy of her support of the arts in Victoria. Splash focuses on contemporary watercolour practice and will be granted to an outstanding original artwork in the medium of watercolour which will become part of the McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery collection. The award aims to promote artistic excellence and to support contemporary artists while expanding McClelland’s high-quality collection for the benefit of the local community and Mornington Peninsula region.

Posted: 11 October 2018

2018 Fremantle Art Centre Print Award

This year the 43rd annual Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award supported by Little Creatures Brewing presents the best of Australian printmaking. Australia’s premier showcase of prints and artists’ books returns with a selection of works from established, emerging and cross-disciplinary artists from across the nation. Leah is a three-time finalist in this prestigious award. The exhibition runs from 14 Sept to 4 November.

Posted: 25 September 2018

Tattersall's Club Landscape Art Prize 2018

Leah is a finalist in the Tattersall’s Club Landscape Art Prize in Brisbane. Exhibition opens on 3 Sept and runs until 21 September.

Posted: 25 September 2018

Painting Amongst Other Things

Painting Amongst Other Things is a multi-venue exhibition expanding the common definition of painting, organised by the Painting Workshop at the ANU School of Art & Design. The exhibitions will be held at the Drill Hall Gallery, the ANU School of Art & Design Gallery and ANCA. The exhibition program also includes floor talks and a symposium on the 10 August, exploring the theme of expanded painting. Leah’s work will be part of the exhibition at the School of Art & Design Gallery. Openings for the exhibitions will occur over three consecutive nights 9, 10, 11 AUGUST 2018. Information on the exhibitions can be found here and the symposium schedule can be viewed on the Facebook event page

Posted: 31 July 2018