This is the 6th pastel drawing work in the series for ‘Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’ which will be part of a series of 12 drawings of heroic women. Manumission is about a story of a woman who was being violated by her previous husband and was rescued from a pathetic fate by the man she is married to today. The intricacies to the story go much deeper, as this beautiful woman also suffers from MS. She works full time and takes a lot of life in her stride. She is grateful that every day is away from her former dreadful past. Having MS is a hard slog, and to know her is to but admire her.

Amour- Propre




Pastel on canvas.        No.5  in the  ‘Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’  Series

See Whats on? What’s New? Blog It On! Section for more information.




Pastel on canvas.                                                                 12th March 2018

Anastasis means ‘to rise up’, ‘to rise up again’, ‘to be reborn again’, ‘resurrection’, to be ‘resurrected from a debilitating illness’.

To watch helplessly while your little girl’s life is in the balance , can be any parent’s nightmare.
To have faith in something that is believed that cannot be seen, to be there when all else can fail, and to be finally rescued through what seems like a personal nightmare, is now seen as a past memory that makes one shudder at the recall of a memory so  vivid to already be a few years later.

Jewel Of Denial




Pastel on canvas.

This work titled ‘Jewel Of Denial’ is a play on words as any movie goer would know. However, this particular ‘jewel’ does justify her as one true heroine. There are not always problems in trusting family members with your own collateral. This heroine lost almost everything, and came out of a very hard situation a much wiser person for it. See the blog for more information.

This is the third completed work being part of a year long’s series of works,  will be exhibited in the ‘Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’ exhibition at the end of 2018, along with many more “Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’  upcoming project work. (as at 1 March 2018)



Abaddon’s Locusts






Pastel on canvas.                                   22 February, 2018



This is the 2nd drawing in a Women’s Series that I am currently doing for 2018.

The series is titled ‘Matriarchal Heroines’, typifying the heroines of the everyday world

in which we live in. The exhibition at the end of this year is to bring awareness of an

egoistic culture focused on selfies and materialism. This series is to bring to mind that we are all human no matter

what car you own or new plastics you have bought.

‘Abaddon’s Locusts’ is about a heroine who braved her own fears and came out victorious from

bullying, deceit, treachery and cruelty that lasted for a span of about 2 years.



I Wish Thee Well.




I Wish Thee Well.                                Pastel on canvas.  19th December 2017

First drawing in the series ‘ Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’. A series by Anna Boros for 2018.
This particular work, as is evident, a self portrait of the artist.

It is about the complex nature of the anxiety that can be caused through a child that has grown up and is now leaving home. Many mothers do actually feel the angst of saying goodbye to their beautiful grown up ‘babies’. In this particular case, the artist experienced deeper complex issues having lost 2 daughters previously. One to cot death, and the other without explanation.



What’s been going down lately…

  Hi Everyone! How are you? I hope good things have shown promise for you so far this year. I’ve already been quite busy starting up my new series for end of year exhibition. The series is titled ‘ Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’, and basically, it’s to present the audience with a series of pastel drawings on canvas, and titillate feelings embracing compassion, empathy, admiration, and hope.
So far, (and I’m now going to soon start the 5th drawing in the series), I have found this a very unusual and unique experience doing these drawings. Some of the women are so private that it has been important to change certain aspects to their drawings because of the story being attached to their identity. Other changes I have made are because I know that some of the women are rather self conscious about certain aspects of their appearance. Others have proven to be indifferent. Whatever the changes, Hyper- realism is not of consequence here, but a representation of each woman stands the narrative, and respects the wishes of the women. Some stories are left to be shortened, again, due to the  the sensitive nature of the narrative. To have a portrait of a reminder of a bad experience is such a personal brave act on the part of the sitter.
These portraits are celebrating clear reward and acknowledgement to the courage and honesty these women have had to use to overcome these great adversities.
I have noticed that none of these women so far,  do not want reminders of these portraits in their homes… and who could blame them?
The women that are being drawn are very special. They are a few of many women who walk silently within our midst who should be recognised for their heroism and courage through coming out victorious (though often not unscathed) from some sort of every day life adversity.
I would like to sincerely thank the contributing women that have bared their soul to me  in honest sincerity and trust.  It takes courage to tell another their story of the adverse encounters that we all must learn from,  either be eaten and beaten down, or fight through the experience and still fight long after the barrage of unseen nightmarish ghosts that come to haunt us long after the incidence. Do we ever come out of something unscarred? I think not.
These women  have provided me with their experiences that they have bravely encountered and overcame.  Most of these women have had other tumultuous experiences in their life, but have chosen these specific adversities for this exhibition project.
Thankyou ladies.  These  are the wonderful  ‘ Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’.



I Wish Thee Well. Completed 19th December 2017

The first completed example(depicted above) , the self portrait “I Wish Thee Well’ that is the first completed pastel drawing ,  is about a child or children leaving home. This is such an ordinary experience usually , but it can become so much more complex when the mother has been a single mum for many years, so protection number one is on HIGH MONITOR, and it can also become even more complex when you have lost 2 other children before this that are no longer in your life. This is heavy soul and heart bearing, and it can even be gut wrenching if it’s not analysed logically in the first place.  The adding of extra emotional crises on top of an ordinary life experience can be a heavy cross to bear.

Being used to looking out for each and even one child can be a pain in the proverbial ass for the child who is reached young adulthood.  The child is usually quite eager for the new lifestyle, which is so needed for them to prove themselves for further emotional development.

Within the mother, there’s the heart pulling the child in for protection and there’s the mind in the heart that says’ Go Forth And Multiply… and, ‘May God Be With You Always’…type of thing. No denying. It can be quite emotionally complex.

Sensibly, we know what is the right, and what standard to follow. Banners are held high for the exiting of a Mother’s child who has proved independence many times over already. That love and training over the years has proved worth all those extra hard yards!. I did say complex. Is anything ever that easy? Dr. Doolittle surely had his hands tied when he had to try to heal a ‘push-me-pull-you’ beast.  And that certainly can be a beast! Those inner struggles within to cater for abandonment issues perhaps?


Abaddon’s Locusts- Completed 12th February 2018

The 2nd recent work that I have done since, for this series is ‘Abaddon’s Locusts’. This is a drawing of a woman who went to a local church, trusting that the people in the hierarchy could be deemed as trustworthy, dependable, reliable, knowledgeable and confident – all the things necessary to a reverend and his helpers in the church. Her experience tells of deceit, subterfuge, sexual advances, single and group bullying, manipulation, dishonesty, brainwashing, gas lighting, and lies.

When I heard her story, it was saddening because this type of mistreatment unfortunately is an everyday occurrence and can even end fatally. Straightaway, I felt genuinely moved  for this woman who not only was put to ‘working task ‘ for this church but also monetarily contributed as well.

She told me that by the time she had managed to leave, she was a mental and emotional wreck. Having several people gang up on her telling her cruel things that were going to happen to her, and that she should take under advisement that to counteract all this ‘bad karma’ she should do these rituals and such,  or do this work for the church.

Do you  see through all this beeswax? Sadly, a lot of people don’t and can get bamboozled into these sorts of situations.

This is just one of life’s lessons- learning about trust, who to trust, what sort of people can be identified as bullies, or charlatans and such.

When you get kicked hard enough…you learn the lesson.

She has come out richer for it. She can identify the fakes and magicians from the genuine carers, and she has learned to steer clear and avoid life’s ‘sideshow alleys’. Sometimes this lesson is learnt when you are not young anymore, and harder the lesson learned, and perhaps, though not always, harder the lesson to get away from.


Jewel Of Denial- Completed 1st March 2018

Being titled ‘Jewel Of Denial’  this  3rd work is now completed.

It  is about  a woman- (a mother’s daughter),  who found herself in a situation one would never think they would be in. Beside herself, three family members were involved in this story. Mother, brother and sister all had at the time varying degrees of mental illness which greatly contributed to a disastrous outcome.

A verbal financial agreement was made with the daughter  and her mother, that she could build a house and live on the same land with her. The mother promised to pay her back once the house was done. The deal was made and the house was eventually built.  All was steady until it came for the mother to pay her daughter back. Thousands of dollars were put into building the house, and the mother refused to pay the daughter back.

Court ended up to coming to a decision that the daughter pay the mother monies outstanding instead. It was after all the court finalisation  that the daughter realised that the mother was actually showing signs of dementia.  Had she known earlier on, it could have benefited her outcome in the courts more favourably and perhaps a congenial plan be set up.  The problem was that the daughter was not living on the property at the time, and was working in Sydney. When she could, she had to keep travelling up on the weekends to the house  to check things out. She also found out that her siblings both being adults could not relay any of the signs of dementia or information regarding her mother, as both siblings suffered from Schizophrenia. The daughter finds out much later that often people suffering from Schizophrenia do not understand or find it very difficult to see facial inflections, thus not having the ability to relay important information .

At the time of the court hearings, the mother was not yet recognised as getting dementia, though the daughter  sees in hindsight that  it was a certain possibly already occurring.

I guess the moral of the story is not to make verbal contracts with people you suspect of getting dementia?

Thoughts arise as to the question, that if you can’t trust your own family, who can you trust?

I must say that speaking with this lovely woman,  I can see that she  has learnt a big learning curve in trust, and is very careful in signing any sort of documents.  It is very much a story she can tell, but makes sure she has no artifacts around her, or in her home, or even her friend’s homes that could be reminders of this painful yet heroic  experience.  To sally forth regardless of such a disaster and still choose to be happy over grief is courageous to say the least. It takes heroic effort to keep that chin up and carry on after all you believed in was tested to be false…

Not- too-pleasant grand effects can occur when things are left in the hands of novices rather than skilled lawyers. Belief systems can shatter and cut your idyll when a family member chooses to go to war and chooses bloody greed over familial love .  Such a disappointment, and unfortunately happens a lot.


Anastasis- Completed 12th March 2018

4th drawing in the ‘Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’ Series.

Anastasis means ‘to rise up’, ‘to rise up again’, ‘to be reborn again’, ‘resurrection’, to be ‘resurrected from a debilitating illness’.


I have chosen this title as a way of perceiving this  very traumatic event as to see it from the point of view where the ending proved to be nothing short of a miracle through Specialists, Doctors, friends, family, and prayer.  The title is certainly not to negate the fact of its intimate severity either, but to be given credit and just reward in acknowledgement  at the memory of the outcome’s success.

This narrative involved the woman to  watch helplessly while her little girl’s life was in the balance . It is any parent’s nightmare.
To have faith in something that is believed that cannot be seen, to be there for her when all else could fail, and all to be finally rescued (through what seems like everyone’s  personal eternity), is now seen as a past memory that makes one shudder at the recall of this memory which is still so  vivid and lucid,  to have already arrived at it now being  a few years later.


Amour-Propre. Completed 21st March 2018

5th Drawing in the ‘Every day Matriarchal Heroines’ Series.

Amour-Propre means ‘sensitive self love, self esteem, loving oneself as in the kind of taking good care of oneself.

I have chosen this title because it is apt to the story of this remarkable previous breast cancer patient who overcame her breast cancer through listening out for her body, and did what her body was saying to her. If that sounds strange to you, it really isn’t when it comes to putting the language of your body first before doctors, before others and actually having a quiet time to actually listen, then take important immediate action. This action actually saved her life. Her interview stated that she believes that if she had actually listened to her doctor instead of her body, she would not have survived. Her sister in law took the doctor path head on and sadly did not survive. Survivors guilt is dreadful to have to be feeling, but that’s what life is really all about- surviving.  It has now been ten years since those days, and an emotionally mature and sensible woman has become of this. Spiritual and open minded to the wants and needs of her precious body.


Manumission. Completed 23 March 2018.

This is the 6th pastel drawing work in the series for ‘Everyday Matriarchal Heroines’ which will be part of a series of 12 drawings of heroic women. Manumission is about a story of a woman who was being violated by her previous husband and was rescued from a pathetic fate by the man she is married to today. The intricacies to the story go much deeper, as this beautiful woman also suffers from MS. She works full time and takes a lot of life in her stride. She is grateful that every day is away from her former dreadful past. Having MS is a hard slog, and to know her is to but admire her.


In Memorandum- Artist Coleen Shaliapin . February 2018

Recently, I visited an Opening titled ‘ Escaping Into The Open’. It was a Memorial Retrospective of Paintings and Drawings by Colleen Shaliapin who passed away last year.  The Opening and Memorial Service started  7.30pm on Friday the 16th February 2018.  Guest speakers were Greg Frawley and Lorraine Maggs.  It was held by the Fairfield Art Society Gallery, Mezzanine Level, Club Marconi, 121-133 Prairie Vale Road, Bossley Park NSW 2176.
Her work spanned several decades, was very Australian styled with trees and bushland settings, still life, and country property buildings. She had a beautiful eye for detail and an aesthete for her surroundings and location sites. Her brush-stroked colours  reminded us of misty mornings and streams of sunlight on flora, fauna and objects.  She will be missed by her love of life and art.


I also recently joined up with (again after all these years!), the Nepean Art Society


I’ve entered  Fairy Iris Charm into Nepean Art Show Exhibition on the 24th-25th  March 2018.  I’m looking forward to it . Bump in is on Thursday the 20th March 2018.






See Tap Gallery Website if your’e interested to go in exhibitions, or just seeing them. They also have a lot of classes and fun and excitement there going on all the time. See  for details.


Upcoming Exhibitions-

  • Nepean Art Society 2018 Autumn Exhibition and Sale

Saturday the 24th March 2018 9am-5pm, and Sunday 25th March 2018 10am to 4pm


  • Members Prize Exhibition conducted by Fairfield Art Society

Opening Friday the 25th of May 2018 to Sunday,3rd June 2018′  (Times inserted when known).

Gallery, Mezzanine Level, Club Marconi, 121-133 Prairie Vale Road, Bossley Park NSW 2176.

See    for more information.







About Ms. Boros & List of Exhibitions




Resides:  Sydney, New South Wales, Australia






                     Modern Singing Teacher since 1987


                     Member of  ‘Poetry By The River 1996 & 1997. I also was the singer.


                     Compered ‘Anna’s World’ Air FM Nepean 1996.1997,1998



                     Songwriter 1997 +


                     Wrote jingles Sky FM 1998


                     Drama Grade 6    2001


                     Cert Iv in Assessment & Workplace Training 2002


                     VET Initial Training & Learning  2002


                     Teaching Art Mosaics. 13 February 2003  for  Nepean College


                     Teaching Singing Course. 11th February, 2003 Nepean College


                     Teaching Singing Course 30th July 2003 Nepean College


                     Teaching Singing Course. 17th February 2004 Nepean College


                     Teaching Sculpture: An Introduction. Course.   20th  October, 2005 Nepean College


                       Bachelor Fine Arts 2005


                       50% Bach. Teaching 2005


                       Cert. IV in Business Management  2005


                       Teaching Singing Course Start 10th May, 2006  Nepean College.


                        Cert. RSA RCG 2006


                     Nominated Artist of the Week by Artfiles   24/7/09-31/7/09 ‘In Focus’.


                     Starting 17 week Introductory Graphic Design Course at TAFE 28.7.09.

                     (Not completed due to hospitalisation).


                     Teaching art at home studio starting Tuesday the 15th December 2009.


                      Then I continued loads of art making and exhibiting full time.


                       This List Is still active and ongoing…  










    UWS (Now WSU)  2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009





 Kings School, Sydney 2006


Mona Vale Art Gallery 2006



   EXHIBITIONS 2007      


Frogmore House 2007 Summer Art Show Fri 23.11.07 Opening.




 Exhibitions 2008            11 EXHIBITIONS THIS YEAR.


 The Heritage, Parramatta   2008


Frogmore House. UWS.      2008


Pretext Art Gallery            2008


Frogmore House 2nd Exhibition this year.  Currently.until Nov 2008


 TAP GAllery  19 yr Gala Group Exhibition July/August 2008


 TAP Gallery Wine Rock Exhibition August 2008 Exhibiting TPS,

                Pending Rebirth, X Swords , Afim, & Kitty Kitty.


  TAP Gallery Group Exhibition August 2008  ‘Kitty Kitty’ .


  Royal Australian Botanical Gardens Sept 2008 .Exhibited TPS

                & Series Fruit & Veg


 Nepean Art Society October 2008 Exhibiting Fruit And Veg

                Series Oct 2008


Aroma Cafe Springwood Oct- Nov 2008


ArtExpo October 2008 Sydney, Moore Park. Series x 4 cats 2008




EXHIBITIONS 2009                    22 Exhibitions this year.


Mixed Bag Show exhibition. 18th of February 2009  Northbridge, Sydney.Still current to April. 2009


Milson’s Point ‘Versatile Artists Exhibition- Anna Showing 4 selected works.  Current to April.2009


Now here’s My Dark Side. Exhibition  11th March 2009 Tap Gallery Sydney.2009


Autumn Equinox Salon 09. Exhibition at the Royal Australian Botanical Gardens Sydney.2009


Nepean Art Society. Autumn Exhibition. 3 Nudes.  April 2009.


Northbridge Gallery, Sydney, X Swords being exhibited. Curator Steve McLaren, April 2009


Pyrmont . Small is Beautiful Exhibition 2nd of May 2009. 2 works. ‘Mickey Rat Watch’. ‘Losing Face’.


Theodores Cafe Restaurant High St Penrith, Was cordially nvited to hang works there to exhibit and sell for an indefinite time. Start early May 4- June 21 2009. Exhibiting ‘Penrith High Street, Theodores Cafe’; ‘Elephant On The Piano’; ‘Flippy’; & ‘Blackie’. Sole exhibition.


Mickey Rat Watch & Losing Face were exhibited in a free group exhibition at the Tap Gallery at Darlinghurst for one week, starting Thursday 7th May, 2009(Opening) and finishing Sunday the 10th of May, 2009.


Blackie’ given as a gift to Penrith Veterinarian Hospital June 2009. Now exhibited there.


‘Common Weal’  was exhibited at the Tap Gallery Sydney through the australianethical company. AustralianEthical Art Exhibition June 1-14th, 2009


Theodores Cafe, High Street Penrith. June 21st- July exhibiting ‘Mind Series’ & ‘Bleak Interview’. and ‘Penrith High Street, Theodores Cafe’. Sole exhibition space.

‘Snakes’; ‘Blackie Through Shroud’; & ‘Fabulous Freehand Fractal’ Exhibited at the Tap Gallery 20 Years Gala Exhibition 1st of July-  14th of July, 2009.


‘TPS’ is being exhibited at Frogmore House, UWS, Gt Western Highway, Kingswood starting Friday, 17th July 2009 and going until November 2009.


‘Common Weal’ being exhibited at Northbridge Gallery, Sydney- WINTER SHOW starting 19.7.09


Personal Profile and art images being advertised by  Home page ‘In Focus’, starting 24th/7/09-31/7/09. Common Weal; Bounty; Kitty Kitty; Spoon & Canteloupe; TPS; & Fruit and Veg. Co written by Krissie Scudds and Anna Boros. Edited by Krissie Scudds-Artfiles. Interviewer Krissie Scudds.


Theodore’s Cafe, High Street Penrith. Exhibiting Worldly Success; Fabulous Freehand fractal, and Snakes. August 12th to October the 26th, 2009. Sole exhibition space.


Spring Equinox Salon Show at the Australian Botanical Gardens Sydney. 10th September to the 22nd of September 2009. Palm House Art Gallery. The 3 Nudes; Eggs Anyone?


The Artists Shed Exhibition Opening 24.0.09. Running for approx. 4 weeks. Common Weal; Ornamental Fighting Fish; Vision of Artists Workplace (series of 2 watercolours); and Mickey Rat Watch.


Amnesty International Exhibition at the Tap Gallery, Darlinghurst, Sydney. Exhibiting ‘The Empty Bowl’. 20.10.2009-25.10.2009. Opening on the 20th October 2009


Theodores Cafe and restaurant is now exhibiting WORLDLY SUCCESS; VIEW OF NEPEAN RIVER FROM THE LOG CABIN; NEPEAN BELLE ON THE NEPEAN RIVER: EGGS ANYONE? was swapped for The Empty Bowl.. Starting date the Monday the 26th of October, 2009 . Usually hanging for about 4-8 weeks. Sole exhibition space.


Frogmore House at UWS for THE SUMMER EXHIBITION started November the 6th and running for the next 6 months. TPS is being exhibited there again at the precise request of the gallery.


Disciplines:   Artmaking. Teaching, Performance.

Contact:    [email protected]






January through to the end of March 2010, Theodore’s Cafe on High Street Penrith, exhibiting 2 landscapes: Nepean Belle On The Nepean River, and View Of The Nepean River From The Log Cabin. Also being exhibited is Theodore’s Cafe On High Street


Summer Exhibition still running at Frogmore House at UWS January 2010 through to March/ May 2010. TPS is being exhibited for another 6 months.


Tuesday, 9th March, 2010. ‘WOB Exhibition’ at 278 Palmer Street Darlinghurst, Sydney. Kitty Kitty, Bust from The Beauty Myth series; Cardigan Coat; Gratitude; Self Portrait Exorcism, and The Empty Bowl.


The works will continue being exhibited at the Tap Gallery up to the Sunday the 4th of April, 2010.


Saturday the 13th March 2010, Pyrmont ‘Small Is Beautiful’ Exhibition. ‘Mickey Rat Watch’ was exhibited.


Curiously Consumed Exhibition 10th May- 24th May. 2010 at Tap Gallery. ‘Courses For Horses?’ was exhibited.


Winter Exhibition at Frogmore House UWS starting May 28th, 2010 all Winter. Nepean Belle On The Nepean River; Tench Reserve; and The Nepean River From The Log Cabin. The three pieces are being exhibited there all the Winter.


Theodore’s cafe in Penrith is now exhibiting TPS as at 28th of May 2010.


Australian Ethical Exhibition starting the 31st May 2010-6th June 2010. “Oil Is The Earth’s Blood’. Acrylic on canvas 30″x30”.Tap Gallery, Sydney.Winning the People’s Choice Award for Australian Ethical Art Prize. See Media Clippings section at the bottom of the section page for link.


Visionary Art Exhibition. Tap gallery, Darlinghurst Sydney. 21.6.2010- 4.7.2010. ‘Kitty Kitty’ and ‘Visionary’ were entered.


Theodore’s Cafe is exhibiting ‘Oil Is The Earth’s Blood’ as from 18th October 2010.


 Oxford Art Prize Exhibition 23.10.10 on the 23.10.2010. ‘Oxford Street’.


‘Oxford street’ exhibited Tap Gallery 24.10.1- 


 Frogmore House 2010 Summer Art Show . Starting Monday 29th November, 2010  The Visionary (4.June, 2010), Oil Is The earth’s Blood (28 May, 2010),

 Delight (October, 2010), The Empty Bowl (20 October, 2009.)



 EXHIBITIONS  From 2011 to 2017. – A whole new personal ballgame play.


Quote: “… I tell you this so that you can understand why I do the art I do… love the art  of living and life… do so many different creative disciplines.

I believe, that  if you have the power to get knocked down, then you are also given the power to get back up.

It may take time, but the dead can rise up… and they do…..believe it.”. Unquote. Anna Boros. September, 2017





Frogmore House 2011 Winter Art Show started 7th June, 2011 to 7th December, 2011. Focus Series, consisting of Focus In Perspective, Focus In Objective, Focus In Subjective, and Focus Introspective. 


Frogmore House 2011 Summer Art Show starting 7th December 2011 to Thursday the 30th August 2012. Works submitted 7th December, 2011.  ‘Just Joey’ and ‘Wuss Bluff Company’. 





Frogmore House, 2012 Spring Art Show. Starting  31st August 2012. Submitted ‘Artdeco’ painting.(15th May, 2012),




Frogmore House, 2013 Autumn Art Show. Starting 28th February, 2013 ‘There Is A River’ (6th February, 2013), ‘ Gone Sad Flee’ (9th February, 2013), ‘ Egress’ (13th February, 2013), ‘ Go On Say It !’, and ‘Visit’. These were 1 metre x 500  black and white ink on canvas reproductions of drawings . The 5 works in exhibition were quite impressive on the walls.




Frogmore House Spring Art Show – 26August 2014 to 28th August, 2015.  Works submitted, ‘Evernight’ watercolour and acrylic, painting (3rd August, 2014) , Artdeco ‘ painting.(May, 2012), Nepean Belle On The Nepean River ‘ painting.(26 October, 2009), and ‘Delight’ painting. (October, 2012),





Frogmore House Spring Art Show. Starting 28th of August, 2015 to 17th August, 2016. Works submitted : Set of three posters : Ink on bonded acid free card. ‘Yesterday’s M’, ‘9 Days Later’ , and ‘Wedding Vase’ .  A pastel drawing titled ‘Flippy’ was also made specifically for the show.  This particular show went for a whole year +




Frogmore House Spring Art Show- 17th August 2016. A set of six images of personally generated fractal images printed on canvas. Plus another, though large, canvas print of a drawing of ‘Ali’ 21st June 2016

NB: Quote:” Fractals are made through using algorithms and set mathematical equations. Personally, I find them fantastic, because, having made 1,000’s of these over the last 9 or so years,  I have learned that these computer generated images have an infinitesimal limit as to how far these images can and could go! 
They are as imaginative as Nature can be, and are as Natural or as man made in there imagery , (which I found to be quite amazing). You will notice one of the prints does look quite anthropomorphic, and as natural as a plant, and another though blue, is very tube like, and likened to a musical instrument shape, or even pasta!
Another is like a wrapping on a present, including bow. Another like green metal, and another like a flower and as bright as a sunny day. The last being like a cone, a hat, with the optics moving and effecting the eyes to look again. I have made fractals that look like you are looking through misted glass, and some like patterning on a fair isle jumper! Amazing!
Unquote.  Anna Email dated 8th August 2016 .

Frogmore House Autumn Art Show 2016. Works submitted:  ‘Mobile Phone Visual Diary’  Drawing and ink. , ‘Night Flowers’. Linocut. Plus a set of three red, yellow and black cutaway Linocut prints. These works were actually added to the existing previous years’ exhibition.




Starting Monday the 28th of August 2017. Spring Art Show. Frogmore House, Western Sydney University, Werrington Campus.  The six fractal canvas prints are still current in the exhibition for last shows’ exhibit. 7 new B1 Sized prints on acid free bonded card are : Flip Recline, Of Interest. Mobile Visual Diary II, Chris McBiss, Beach, Friday’s Floral, and House Flowers. Chris Mc Biss sold 10th November 2017. In its stead is now being exhibited there again, Artdeco.


Oxford Art Festival Art Show, Taylor Square, Sydney. 2nd September, 2017. Works Submitted: Fractal Landscape(2017) . and  Frogmore Scape (2017). 

Retro Prospective Exhibition run by Steve McLaren. GalleryOne88 Katoomba Street Katoomba. Exhibition runs from 19th September, 2017 to the 1st of October, 2017. Works Submitted: Original ‘House Flowers’ 2017, and  a B1 sized ink on acid free bonded card ‘Friday’s Floral’.  


Fairfield Art Prize 25th Annual Exhibition 2017. Monday the 9th of October 2017 to Sunday the 22nd of October 2017. Works entered: Chris Mc Biss and House Flowers.


Tap Gallery End Of Year Group Show. 13th December, 2017 to 20th December, 2017 . Work submitted Night Flowers, Linocut. 






14 works are still ongoing at Western Sydney University. 11 Prints from 2017’s drawings last year, plus five fractal prints on canvas. They are really getting value being on display at Frogmore House, Werrington Campus., WSU, NSW.


Nepean Art Show. Bump in  Thursday, 22 March 2018. Entried ‘Fairy iris Charm’. Opening on Friday, 23rd March 2018 at 6pm – 8pm. Collection for art works Sunday, 25th March 2018.

Still ongoing…