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Artists CV



















Heather was born in Rochester, Victoria, Australia in 1966 and currently lives in Kalorama, Dandenong Ranges, Victoria. (also lived in Tasmania for 18 years) She is a wife and mother of four boys and has worked in the media and graphic design industry for around twenty-six years, connecting with people from all over the world. She loves drawing and painting large photo realistic images inspired by nature and water droplets.


Her work is a visual diary, reflecting the life and hope that water brings. Heather was a finalist in the Tasmanian Glover Prize in 2013 & a finalist in the Fleurieu Art Prize Adelaide 2013. She held two exhibitions in Tasmania in 2013, and produced a book based around her works.


She has been a coordinator and manager for many community programs including festivals, arts programs and retreats. Heather also enjoys working with indigenous artists, walking in the Australian bush, and spending time with her family.







1996 Graduated in Diploma of Graphic Design.

1997-2013 Worked in the Graphic Design industry.

2000-2009 Producer and designer for local Tasmanian country

town newspaper and National youth magazine.

2005 Graduated in Diploma in Youth and Community Work

2007-2013 Production manager & co-ordinator for annual Faith

and the Arts Summer School and Artists retreats.

2002-2010 Worked with Indigenous Artists in Central Australia to produce

large artworks for youth festivals and programs in Yulara and Mutitjulu NT.

2004-2007 Worked in Albania & Greece coordinating creative

festival activities around the Greece Olympic games.

2012 Began painting professionally

2013 Finalist in the Tasmanian Glove Prize.

         Finalist in the Fleurieu Art Prize Adelaide.

2014 People's choice Launceston Easter Festival
























Full colour book titled ‘Brush with the Creator’ Published October 2013.

Co-authored with Mardee Kaylock.


Feature in Art Edit magazine April 2014



July 2013

Poatina Tree Gallery

September 2013

Launceston Tramsheds

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