1968 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, The Papua Hotel, paintings
1970 Port Moresby, University of Papua New Guinea, painting and sculpture
1971 Port Moresby, Davara Hotel, painting and sculpture
1972 Port Moresby and Lae, Papua New Guinea, painting and sculpture
1973 Port Moresby, at the artists residence, inaugurated by the the then Chief Minister, Michael Somare
1974 Port Moresby and Brisbane, exhibition and launching of “Time Belong Tumbuna”
1975 Port Moresby, Lae and Brisbane, exhibition and launching of “The Shark Callers”
1976 Port Moresby, The Islander, painting and sculpture.
1976 Brisbane Australia, exhibition and launching of “The Shark Callers”
1978 Rathaus Galerie, Kronach, Germany, paintings
1979 Port Moresby, Travel Lodge, paintings and sculpture
1981 Furth Festival, Germany, painting and sculpture
1982 Papua New Guinea Embassy, Canberra, Australia, painting and sculpture
1982 The Craft Center, Canberra, painting and sculpture
1985 Marbella, Spain, Don Carlos Hotel, sala de exposiciones, Painting and sculpture
1986 New South Wales Information Center, Sydney, Australia, painting and sculpture
1988 Málaga, Spain, Colegio de los Arquitectos, painting
1989 Málaga, Spain, Palacio del Obispo, painting and sculpture

1994 Churriana, Málaga, Spain, Casa de la Cultura, painting
1994 Málaga, Spain, Sala de exposiciones de la Fundación Unicaja, Ronda, painting
1994 Valencia, Spain, Palau de la Música, mural, “Homenaje a la guitarra”
1996 Vaihingen an der Enz, Germany, Galeria Santa Clara, painting
1996 Knittlingen, Germany, Steinhaus Galeria, (Faust Festival) painting and sculpture.
1997 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, Rotary sponsored exhibition of painting and Sculpture
2000 Málaga, Spain, Casa Museo Mijas, painting and sculpture
2003 Málaga, Spain, Sala de exposociones Alhaurin Golf, sculpture.
2006-2008 Málaga, Spain, the artists residence, open house exhibition by appointment

2009 Marbella, Spain, Magna Gallery, launched by guitarist Benjamin Dwyer
2010 Marbella, Spain, Casino Marbella, Sala de exposiciones
2010 Málaga, Spain, Marenostrum, Sala de exposiciones

2011 The Rocks, Yandina, Qld.


“Time Belong Tumbuna” “legends and traditions of Papua New Guinea” Jacaranda Press 1974
“The Shark Callers” “an ancient fishing tradition of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea” Yumi Press 1975 (with a Young Writers Fellowship Grant by the Australia Council for the Arts)
“The Green Parrot” Robert Brown and Assoc. 1976


(some of the collections, as it is impossible to name all private collectors)
- Papua New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery
- Government House P.N.G.
- The Japanese Embassy, Port Moresby P.N.G.
- The Papua New Guinea Embassy, Canberra, Australia
- Hornibrook Pty Ltd. Australia
- Bougainville Copper Pty. Ltd. P.N.G.
- Sir Donald and Lady Cleland
- Sir John Guise (first Governor General of P.N.G.)
- The Madang Resort Hotel
- The Diocesano Museum, The Bishops Palace, Málaga, Spain
- The Architects College, Málaga, Spain
- Unicaja Bank, Ronda, Spain
- Kronach Town Hall, Germany
- The Lord Mayor of Knittlingen, Germany, Herr Otto Kübler
- Palau de la Musica, Valencia, Spain
- Casa de la Cultura, Churriana, Málaga, Spain
- Casa Museo Mijas, Málaga, Spain.

- The Director of the Moscow City Museum, Russia.


1957-59 Brisbane Central Technical Collage, child art classes under Betty Churchur
1960-65 Somerville House, fine art and history of art, under Betty Quelhurst.
1967-68 Apprenticeship in Madang, P.N.G to Rudi Caesar, Austrian master of fresco.
1969 Akademia der Bildenden Kunst, Stuttgart, Germany, under Karl Sonderborg
1973 Central Technical College, Canberra. One month intensive course on welding and panel beating.
1981 Art Works, Sydney, study of lithography.
1983 Creative Glass Guild, Brisbane, stained glass making.


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