Yellow Peril

Single HD video, colour, sound 2015

Car crash, St. Georges Road

Archival pigment print on rag paper 1977

Jim & Pam in their High Street Fish & Chip Shop

Archival pigment print on rag paper 2014

Lyrical Notation

acrylic on canvas 2012

Merri Station

Archival pigment print on rag paper 1976

On the Way

oil on canvas 2005

Stepping out, High Street Northcote

Archival pigment print on rag paper 1975

Epping line train

Archival pigment print on rag paper 1976

Winter Posy

reduction linocut on paper 2010

DIM Furniture, Thomastown (Industryscapes 34)

watercolour and fineliner on paper 2005

Black Dog

oil on board 2008

Red Brick Bridge Over Darebin Creek

screenprint, printed in colour, from 15 stencils c.1947


earthenware; glaze 2012

Mt. Cooper Estate

oil on canvas 2002

The Right to Offend is Sacred (glow Red)

Screenprint printed in 6 colours from 6 stencils on 300gm 2017

The role of the City of Darebin Art Collection is to inspire, inform, engage and connect the community in an appreciation of the visual arts and local heritage, and to support artists in their endeavours to contribute to a vibrant municipal culture. The collection is regularly exhibited and displayed at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre and publicly accessible locations within the City of Darebin including Darebin libraries, Northcote and Preston town halls, Darebin Intercultural Centre, Darebin customer service and civic centres, and Bundoora Park.

Artists represented in the City of Darebin Art collection include: Trevor 'Turbo' Brown, Bindi Cole, Bill Coleman, Peta Clancy, Paul Compton, Georgina Cue, Barry Dickins, Sarah Faulkner, Tama tk Favell, Mark Gawen, Jennifer Goodman, Mary Hammond, Katherine Hattam, Siri Hayes, Kate Hudson, Hilary Jackman, Michael Kelly, Warren Lane, John Miller Marshall, Polixeni Papapetrou, Premier Pottery, Preston, Lorraine 'Bunta' Patten, Vipoo Srivilasa, Alan Sumner, Nat Thomas, Ray Thomas, Peter Waples-Crowe, Paul Wood and Sharon West.