Awards & Exhibitions

Awards

Len has won numerous art awards in sculpture and painting throughout Australia over many years. A selection of these awards include:

  • 1984 The inaugural Gomboc Gallery sculpture prize
  • 1985 The Hyde Park Festival sculpture prize
  • 1985 Gomboc Gallery sculpture prize
  • 1986 City of Bayswater Art Award for painting
  • 1987 City of Melville—sculpture prize
  • 1991 York Society—watercolour prize for miniature painting
  • 1995 Cossack Art Award—sculpture prize
  • 1996 Cossack Art Award—sculpture prize
  • 1997 Cossack Art Award—sculpture prize
  • 2000 Cloncurry Art Award for painting
  • 2001 Mount Isa Mines Art Award
  • 2002 Rockingham Regional Art Award for sculpture
  • 2004 Williams Gateway Expo award
  • 2008 Finalist Swan Prize for Portraiture {painting)
  • 2009 People’s Choice Award—Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe

Exhibitions

Conducted solo and participated in numerous group exhibitions at various galleries including:

  •  Gomboc Gallery, Middle Swan – 1983
  • Gallery Australia, Northbridge – 1986
  • Van Hall Gallery, South Perth – 1990
  • Ric’s Gallery, Dalkeith – 1992
  • Accent Gallery, Subiaco – 1993
  • Pilbara Fine Art Gallery, Karratha – 2002
  • Stafford Studios, Cottesloe – 2004
  • Xanadu Gallery, Margaret River – 2004
  • Beijing 2nd International Art Biennale – 2005
  • The University of Western Australia – 2005
  • Beijing 3rd International Art Biennale – 2008
  • Olympic Fine Art Exhibition Beijing – 2008
  • Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe – 2009
  • Stafford Studios, Cottesloe – 2010
  • Beijing 4th International Art Biennale – 2010
  • 1st Ecorea Jeonbuk Biennale, Korea – 2012

Shire of Roebourne

Fabricated steel sculptures, galvanised and painted, of a kangaroo, frog and lizard placed on the lawn of the Council Offices complex.

Shire of Roebourne

Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe 2009

Antipodean Recruits

Antipodean Recruits

Antipodean Recruits

The emus are constructed from steel and recycled rubber from tyres, the dimensions are 260 cm x 250cm x 40cm {each).

Artist statement: Emus are usually found in rural Australia but through my help I hope to introduce these iconic Australians to the beach.