Category: Exhibitions
Carnarvon Heritage Precinct

Carnarvon Heritage Precinct
5th – 6th August 2017

Desert Dust Art held an art exhibition at the One Mile Jetty Interpretive Centre in Carnarvon.

34 landscapes in oils were on display over the 2 days and was well attended by locals and tourists alike.

A big thanks to the 2 Debbie’s & all the staff at Valentina’s for their hospitality.

Recommend that you pay them a visit when you are next in Carnarvon.


Tamworth Country Music Festival 2017

Tamworth Country Music Festival 2017
20th – 29th January 2017

Desert Dust Art displayed portraits of Country Music Stars in an exhibition held during the festival.

All art was for sale by silent auction with all proceeds donated to the Tamworth Country Music Hall of Fame. Those not sold during the festival were gifted to the fundraising committee and are being raffled during the year.

Huge thankyou to Lorraine Pfitzner from the Country Music Hall of Fame for all her assistance and to the Country Music Stars who allowed their portraits to be painted.


Diggers to the Desert

Diggers to the Desert
14th May – 3rd June 2012

I held an exhibition at The Hoochery Distillery in Kununurra during the iconic Ord Valley Muster.

Oil paintings depicting characters and landscapes from Diggers Rest Station west of Wyndham WA, the Kununurra area and Ayres Rock in Central Australia were displayed at this perfect rustic Kimberley venue.


Desert Mates – Sharing this Land

Desert Mates – Sharing this Land
11th – 25th September 2011

Myself, David Moolooloo & Becky Myers

Mates, a West Australian and two Territorians & exhibition in the Wyndham Art Gallery featuring realistic and spiritual art.


Desert Mates

Desert Mates
22nd – 30th November 2010

Myself & David Moolooloo

2 Mates, a West Australian and a Territorian who first met in Australia’s Central Desert, inspired by the colours and traditions of this country and both sharing a passion to paint, invite you to an exhibition of a unique blend of realistic and spiritual art.

To be held in the Perth Town Hall, Come join us for Billy Tea & Damper!


Beyond Desert Dust

Beyond Desert Dust
26 Jan – 6 Feb 2007

This Exhibition is the result of a promise I made back in 1973 when in an interview with ‘The Great Southern Herald’ I said I would one day have an exhibition.

It seems only fitting that it’s held in Katanning where I grew up and lived for most of my life.

For the past 2 ½ years I had been privileged to have been able to travel throughout the Australian outback, the Kimberley’s, Far North Queensland and the deserts – Tanami – Gibson – Great Victoria and Great Sandy. It was these areas that inspired me to take up my brushes again after 30 years.

The many thousands of kilometres I travelled thinking to myself ‘This bloody dust!’. Then, one day I stopped, got out and looked over a sand dune, I was amazed, I encourage everyone to do this. The colours you see and the images that go through your mind just by stopping and looking out ‘Beyond Desert Dust’.