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Artist, collector, crafts woman, florist. Like my artwork I go by many names. I invite you to view my Portfolio which provides a glimpse into my diverse and varied work.

Expanding my contributions to the arts in 2021, I have joined ArtSouthWA Inc. as a board member. My focus is on Community Projects, and I look forward to engaging with the region and sharing my passion for community arts projects.

ArtSouthWA is an incorporated not-for-profit organisation, and promote a diverse range of arts and crafts for members within the southern region of Western Australia.


Many more creative endeavours are planned including the Southern Art and Craft Trail later in the year plus the joy of unplanned spontaneous creative expressions that will surely come my way.

Working with my collections of treasures is an ongoing process that I continue to play with and will feature in my works during 2022. 

Current Exhibition


14 May – 26 Jun 2022
West Space, Collingwood Yards Melbourne.

Collaboration with:

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah & Anna Louise Richardson

Watching embodies the sensation of being approached, watched or singled out by animals, either wild or domestic, and the emotive resonance of these moments – reflecting ideas of death, fear and preternatural communication with the natural world.

Creating alongside my daughter, Holly O'Meehan as the duo Golden Wattle Hookers, we re-fleeced Abdul-Rahman's sculptured sheep titled 'Pair' giving them a creative and playful new crocheted outfit.

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