Archive for the ‘Series – Cataclysm’ Category

New Shirts available for a short time only…

November 28, 2012


Just in time for the ‘End of the World ‘ ™.  HolyGreenCow has made a big range of T-shirts available for Christmas (If the prophecy allows…)

View HolyGreenCow Shirts Here

There are a few examples above and these will all be available until the world makes it decision on it’s future…




‘Interrupting Suburbia’

May 6, 2011

Last night was the official opening for my first major solo and it was a great night.

Many thanks to Troy and Vicus @ C Gallery for making my work look amazing on the walls.

Thanks also to everyone that popped in over the course of the night, was good to see you all.

The show is open for another three weeks, so please head in to C Gallery and say hi to Troy and check out the show.

Exhibition Eve…

May 4, 2011

It’s the night before the big opening at C Gallery and it’s quite exciting. My first major solo in a fantastic new gallery.

Looking forward to seeing it all hung and meeting a lot of you there.



Opening night details…

April 20, 2011

For details check out the facebook invitation or visit C Gallery

Solo Exhibition Announced

March 8, 2011

My first major Solo show as an emerging artist has been announced for the 5th of May.

It will be held at C Gallery on James street from 6 – 8pm.

I am pleased to be able to present my last series ‘austrALIENation’ in it’s entirety for the first time. Along with work from Cataclysm and the highly successful ‘They Came’ series.

In all there will be roughly 30 works on display. Contact C Gallery for more information.




Just quickly..

November 11, 2010

Not to take any shine away from the ‘Last Days’ Graduation Exhibition, but here’s another exhibition I’m in soon…. It features 4 pieces from the Cataclysm series. So I hope you can make it for a great night of ‘different’ photography.

The Pine Rivers Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of our new exhibition SNAP! – Photography with a twist.

SNAP! is a collaborative exhibition of contemporary photographers celebrating the quirky, off beat side of life.

From the peculiar to the bizarre, SNAP! is impressive, humorous and thought provoking.

The exhibition will open on: Friday, December 3, at 6:00 pm

Cataclysm.. redux and exhibiting in December 2010

September 3, 2010

Following some sage advice from the director of the QCP (Maurice Ortega) a decision was made to revamp the Cataclysm series into a new format which sees it as more of a collection of political commentaries on Australian society.

Thankfully the change has brought immediate rewards, with a number of images being selected to appear in the Pine Rivers Regional Art Gallery this December. As part of the SNAP! photographic exhibition being held there December 3 – 24.

It should be a fantastic exhibition and a great chance to debut these new images. Check out the new stuff here.

Cataclysm will be added to on a monthly basis, or whenever I feel the need to say something. At this stage, only the three new images are up there so check back every now and again to see what’s new.

Get on down to the QCP too (cnr Cordelia and Russell sts South Brisbane) and support the best local talent in photographic art!!!

Pine Rivers Regional Gallery

September 1, 2010

Awesome news!!

HolyGreenCow has just been asked to exhibit in the Pine Rivers Regional Art Gallery in December as part of the ‘SNAP!’ Photographic Art Exhibition for the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

This will be images from the newly revamped ‘Cataclysm 2.0’ series.

More details to follow…

New Photo – An Alternate Ending…

June 20, 2010

Yep. Just completed the final shot in the series Cataclysm… an alternate ending called The End is Nigh”

This shot was too cool to leave out so I have included it in the series proper. Hope you enjoy.

This wraps up the series nicely and Work can now begin on the next series…

The End is Nigh

Cataclysm… it’s here!!! (finally)

June 14, 2010

Just finished uploading the new miniseries… Cataclysm

Check it out HERE

Big thanks to Nadine, Adam, Casper and Jean-Maree for helping out with the series. I’m sure we haven’t seen the last of them…

Also thanks to the Internet. Where would we be without it?

I know… We’d be outside doing stuff. Not sitting around in our houses getting fatter and less sociable. We’d also type in English, not some lame hybrid language that seems to neglect the importance of vowels.

Because of the internet, you may never actually visit an art gallery, but you can still be an art critic. Sure, it’s great for downloading the latest release by the latest one hit wonder that is basking in their 15 minutes of fame… It’s not really stealing is it if the songs are so bad? No, paying $30 for a CD with only one decent song on it… THAT’S stealing.

No, the internet is wonderful. Really, it is.