I live and work in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne. I make private art from my home studio. I work on public art , collection management and collaborative projects for the City of Whittlesea, and as an artist and consultant.


Selected Exhibitions


F generation: feminism, art, progressions curated by Veronica Caven Aldous, Dr Juliette Peers and Caroline Phillips, George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne


CCP Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy VIC


Darebin Art Show, Bundoora Homestead, Bundoora, VIC


Solo exhibition Chapel on Station Gallery, Box Hill VIC


Awarded Chapel on Station Gallery Art Prize, Box Hill VIC


Darebin Art Show, Bundoora Homestead, Bundoora VIC


Overload Poetry Festival - The Poetics of Sculpture

2009 - 2008

Situations Vacant - St Marks Hall, Fitzroy, VIC


Voiceprints, LaMama Melbourne International Arts Festival

2006 - 2016

Unusual Work Launch exhibitions, multimedia andperformances, Fitzroy VIC


Solo exhibition D’s Garden Art Centre Sukhumvit, Bangkok
Darebin Art Show, Bundoora Homestead, Bundoora VIC

2005, 2003


The Artists Gallery Hunter’s University Hill Sydney, N.S.W.


The Journey exhibition (toured to Geelong Art Gallery, Mornington Peninsula Gallery, and Benalla Regional Gallery) The Artist’s Gallery, Hunter’s Hill, Sydney N.S.W.


The Journey- National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

Solo exhibition – Aviva Campbell Gallery, Carlton, VIC

The Artists Gallery, Hunters Hill Sydney, N.S.W.

Greenoaks Gallery, Launceston, TAS

ISSC Technology Park, Ballarat, VIC

Graduate Exhibition (Masters) - Monash University, Caulfield VIC

Melbourne Town Hall Foyer Exhibition, Melbourne VIC

Window Exhibition – Ballarat Regional Gallery

1995, 1993

Solo Exhibitions – University of Ballarat, Ballarat VIC


Shepparton Regional Gallery

Aviva Campbell Gallery, Carlton, VIC

Qdos Fine Art Gallery, Lorne, VIC


Australian Trade Centre, Hong Kong

Mei Gallery, Ginza, Tokyo

Qdos Fine Arts Gallery, Lorne, VIC


Geelong Regional Gallery, Survey 11 Three artists. three galleries

Solo Exhibition, Aviva Campbell Gallery, Carlton Victoria


Qdos Fine Contemporary Arts, Lorne Victoria


Solo Exhibition, Heathmere Gallery – Phillip Island Victoria

Public Artist, Curation and Project Management Experience

2015 - Present

Epping public art, Romanis, Trinham Collaborations P/L

2014 - 2015

The Grand Parade by Geoff Hocking, 150th Whittlesea Agricultural Society Show Commemorative Sculpture, Whittlesea Showgrounds


Rereading the Signs, ephemeral public art on road signage, High St Epping, VIC

2012 - 13

Project Working Group for the Epping Central Public Art Masterplan, part of the Epping Central Structure Plan, City of Whittlesea


City of Whittlesea Sorry Space artwork by Glenn Romanis 


“Sites to be Seen- private art in public places”, ephemeral public art project, High St Thomastown, VIC


Integrated Public Art elements for the Thomastown and Lalor Masterplans

2008 - 2014

Public art maintenance consultant for City of Darebin’s Public Art collection

2009 - 2010

Thomastown Recreation & Aquatic Centre (TRAC) forCity of Whittlesea

2009 - 2010

Acacia Apartments Public Art Project Northcote Plaza. VIC

2009 - 2010

Reservoir Northern Gateway Public Art Project - Sculpture by Zabelski Hanand Anu Patel


Public art curation Mill Park Community Centre, City of Whittlesea


RecArt Project artist with poet TT.O and sculptor Brian Scott, City of Darebin, for the Reservoir Resource Recovery Centre


Community consultation and artist Caravan Serai project working with refugees

2009 - 2008

Curator and participating artist for Northern Exposure, Visual Arts Festival, High St Northcote


Preston Civic Forecourt Public Art Project, “Collection”by Michael Snape


Producer of Site Unseen - Private Art in Public Places, Melbourne Fringe


Artist in Residence project during refurbishment Erwin L. Kaldor Architect, Homes Street Housing Estate, Northcote.

2006 - 2004

Artist and project coordinator, Irving Benson Lodge Coburg (A Wesley Central Mission facility) to construct an art garden environment.


Kingsbury/Bundoora Precinct Public Art Project for City of Darebin, Source by Adrian Mauriks located at Bundoora Park, Vic


City of Darebin After the Deluge Flood Recovery Project. Edited and co-produced a booklet and CD Rom. Funded by Dept of Human Service

2004 - 2005

Artist& Art Direction for Project Z – Bangkok, a collaborative project to establish an art centre, gallery, restaurant and performance venue in Bangkok’s CBD working with architects, landscape architects, visual artists, poets, writers, musicians dancers from Thailand, Australia, Bangkok, Japan, Brazil, Cambodia and Germany


Project Manager for public artworks for the Thomastown Library and Community Facility in collaboration with Oaten Stanistreet Architects for the City of Whittlesea.

2004 - 2003

Member of the City of Darebin’s Arts & Cultural Development & Cultural Diversity Working Group


Coordinator of a two-day forum titled “Take Place, Be Placed or Displaced? - Art in the Public Domain, for the City of Whittlesea and City of Darebin.


Member of the Reference Group and Selection Panel for the City of Darebin’s Sailing Down The Steps public art project - 3 sculptures in Thornbury parks by Simon Normand


Consultant and Project Coordinator for the WellPlace Preston sculptural water feature by Zabelski Han for the grounds of the Preston Library


Artist collaboration with Jan Saric and myself designing and constructing two x 4 m x 2.5 m sculptural tile mural and mosaic walls at Braeside Park, a Federation Trail Project with Parks Victoria. This project involved 500 local residents


Artist participating in Peoplescape Exhibition at Parliament House Canberra


Artist and Project coordinator Gandarra Palliative Care Hospital – a collaborative project with public art students from the University of Ballarat

Freelance Artist

2009 - Present

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