Multidisciplinary visual artist.
Previous sculptures have been created from materials such as, timber, steel, bronze, recycled materials, resin, fibreglass and barbed wire. I like to create works with simple messages that capture the beauty of life and this world in some way and also enjoy adding a touch of humour here and there.
Sculptures in public and private collections around Australia and overseas.
2019 finalist North Sydney Art Prize
2019 finalist Kingaroy Art Prize
2018 SWELL Sculpture Major Prize Winner.
2015-present creator of Gold Coast music awards sculptural trophies
2012 Jennie Neumann emerging artist award
2011 SWELL Smalls people’s choice award
2020 SWELL ARTWORK – Ohhh Snap., Dion Parker
To me the butterfly symbolises beauty and fragility.
The mouse trap represents something man made capable of doing great damage.
Come and see for yourself at SWELL Sculpture Festival, Pacific Parade, Currumbin 11-20 September.