So far, Geoff has participated in three shows this year:
Bathers Beach, Fremantle, WA
Here he showed his work Urban Myth consisting of bronze insets in plastic road barriers, a highly viewed work at the beach
Bathers Beach (Esplanade Hotel), Fremantle, WA
Here he displayed three of his lifelike men wearing Drizabone coats and Akubra hats.
and the highly successful
Bankwest Art Prize, Perth, WA which ran for three months in Perth CBD
EVENTS OF 2016:
Not Fair, Melbourne, Vic
Bankwest Art Prize, Perth, WA
Geoff has two shows coming up in early 2016:
The Wollongong Sculpture Prize.
Set in beautiful gardens in Wollongong his large work 'Urban Myth' was shown.
The prestigious Alice Prize in Alice Springs,where he showcased his sculptural oil paint work 'Plastic Mountain'.
EVENTS OF 2015:
‘Mid West Art Prize, 2015’, Geraldton Regional Art Gallery, Geraldton, WA
28th February to 16th May 2015
Geoff's sculptural oil work 'Minus/0' was purchased for the City of Geraldton Art Collection.
'Sculpture @ Bathers', Bathers Beach, Fremantle, WA
13th March to 29th March 2015
This uniquely Western Australian event showcased the work of over 70 sculptors extends across the historic site at Bathers Beach Art Precinct.
Geoff's major work 'Gates of Reason' has been purchased for the City of Melville Art Collection
'Stations Of The Cross' Exhibition at Wesley Church, Perth
27th March to 6th April 2015
An exhibition of Artworks inspired by the story of the Stations of the Cross
Geoff also returned to Beijing for the month of April 2015.
EVENTS OF 2014:
Geoff was invited into a Show at Intelligentsia Gallery in Beijing, opening 24th May.
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Geoff spent April, May and June 2014 at a Residency in Beijing, China, in conjunction with the Red Gate Gallery.
Also in May he took part in a show, Worth Its Weight In Gold, at the Moana Project Space in Perth. The show was curated by Anna Richardson and comprised an exhibition and a series of dinner events. www.worthitsweightingold.net. His fellow artists were Paul Caporn, Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Roderick Sprigg, Valdene Buckley-Diprose, Anna Richardson and Megan Christie.
In May, he took part in a show, Of Spears and Pruning Hooks II, at the Spectrum Project Space at Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley
Geoff was shown in Adelaide at the Festival Hall and also the work “Gates of Reason” was shown as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival at the Hans Heysen Biennale near Hahndorf.
He toured his solo show “the Virtuous Peasant” to the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery and the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery in Western Australia.
Also, he showed “The Gates of Reason” in Queensland in Strand Ephemera in Townsville at the Perc Tucker Gallery.
His work “Cultivation” (sculptural oil) was a finalist in the Fleurieu Art Prize in South Australia.