Studio art practice 2017-07-16T21:43:42+00:00

Gallopili drawings

A series of 8 drawings based on exerpts from the diary of my grandfather Montie Spencer, a 21 year old medical student who landed at Gallipoli on the afternoon of April the 25th 1915. The landscape works depict actual places that the ANZACs named at Gallipoli.


I have sculpted portraits since the 1990s, although only intermittently because of other commitments. During 2009 and 2010 I was an Artist-in-Residence at the Dunedin School of Art. During that time I sculpted 12 portrait busts, all of local Otago identities. These were exhibited to successful acclaim in 2012. I have also sculpted individual portraits of infants, children and adults.

Marilyn Webb 2017-07-13T22:38:18+00:00
David Galloway 2017-07-13T22:32:59+00:00
Mark Hennaghan 2017-07-13T22:23:48+00:00
Jean Flemming 2017-07-13T22:20:36+00:00
Annette Baier 2017-07-13T22:19:35+00:00
Louisa Baillie sculpting Jim Tomlin 2017-07-13T22:39:57+00:00
Baby’s head – sculpture by Louisa Baillie 2017-07-13T22:42:35+00:00
Sculpting Marilyn Webb 2017-07-13T22:40:59+00:00
Baby’s head – sculpture by Louisa Baillie 2017-07-13T22:40:40+00:00
Sculpting Patricia Payne 2017-07-13T22:41:44+00:00
I. Towards Gallipoli 2016-01-29T02:23:06+00:00
II: Anzac Cove 2015-06-12T02:04:21+00:00
III: Anzac Cove 2015-06-12T02:04:35+00:00
IV: Quinn’s Post 2015-06-12T02:04:48+00:00
VI: Quinn’s Post edge 2015-06-12T02:05:05+00:00
VIII: Cake at Walkers Ridge 2015-06-12T02:05:16+00:00
V: The Sphinx 2015-06-12T02:05:37+00:00
VII: Beyond Anzac Cove 2015-06-12T02:05:45+00:00