We are a collaboration between artist Anne Penman Sweet and scientist Dr Jesse Shore. We meet in our mutual appreciation of the natural world and its phenomena, and the potential to creatively interpret them in multiple ways.

Sweet+Shore first exhibited at May Space Gallery in Sydney in the Art+Science exhibition in 2013. Since then they have focused on developing their work together, and in their first full year exhibiting were finalists in the 2017 Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize in Sydney, the Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award 2017 in Brisbane, and the Lloyd Rees Art Prize 2017 at Colville Gallery in Hobart. They are represented by Colville Gallery.
2018 Melbourne Art Fair with Colville Gallery, Hobart
2018 Solo show, Colville Gallery, Hobart
Waverley Art Prize 2018 finalists, Sydney
Bay of Fires Art Prize 2018 finalists, Tasmania
Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award finalists, Brisbane
West End, Melbourne with Colville Gallery, Melbourne
2017 ‘Featured Artists’ Colville MAC01, Hobart
‘Showcase Sweet+Shore’ Cupola Gallery, Sheffield UK
‘Summer Sojourn’ Art Atrium, Sydney
Lloyd Rees Art Prize 2017 finalists Colville Gallery, Hobart
Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award 2017 finalists, Brisbane
Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize 2017 finalists, Sydney
2013 Art+Science May Space Gallery, Sydney

Anne Penman Sweet


Claremont School of Art Perth, Australia, Certificate Fine Art Saint Martin’s School of Art London, U.K, Postgraduate Cert. Advanced Studies

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2019 Solo show (title to be confirmed) Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2018 Precious Cargo (2 person) Rebecca Hossack Gallery, Mott St, NYC
2016 Anne Penman Sweet+Tilemachos Kyriazatis (2 person) Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
2014 Anne Penman Sweet Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
Through Uncertain Lands Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
2013 Deep Seas, Steel Stars Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
2012 Ocean Avatars Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
2011 Anne Penman Sweet: New Paintings Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
2010 The Industrial Sublime: Beauty in the Beast Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
2008 Superstructures Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
Episodes Northcote Gallery, London
2007 Surface and Structure Cupola Gallery, Sheffield U.K
Across the Divide Four Square Fine Arts, Lewes U.K
2007 Pivotal Time Alan Kluckow Gallery, Berkshire
New Work Pumphouse Gallery, Harrogate

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018 CONTEXT New York, with Rebecca Hossack Gallery, New York
San Francisco Art Market, with Rebecca Hossack Gallery, San Francisco
ART PARIS Art Fair, with Rebecca Hossack Gallery, Paris
2017 CONTEXT Art Miami, with Rebecca Hossack Gallery London/NYC
Lloyd Rees Art Award finalists (Sweet+Shore), Colville Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania
Lethbridge Small Scale Art Award finalists (Sweet+Shore), Brisbane, Australia
Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize finalists (Sweet+Shore), Sydney
Annual Artists Show Coville Gallery, Hobart
2016 Ships 2016 Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
2015 The Art of Working Ships Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
2014 Art 3K, Art Atrium, Sydney
Finalist, Paddington Art Prize 2014, Sydney
2013 Art + Science collaboration with Dr. Jesse Shore, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
Lapada, Berkeley Square London with Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
Mighty Small Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
Gliding Giants Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
Finalist, Salon Des Refuses S. H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney
2012 London Art Fair 2012, Business Design Centre London
Art Antiques London, Kensington Gardens, London
2011 London Art Fair 2011, Business Design Centre London
2010 Art London, Chelsea, London with Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
London Art Fair 2010, Business Design Centre London
2009 GGallery Artists, Beaux Arts, Bath
Art London, Chelsea, London with Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
Tankers Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London
London Art Fair 2009, Business Design Centre London
2008 Art London, Chelsea, London with Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
Summer Show Medici Gallery, Cork Street, London
FORM Olympia, London with Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
London Art Fair 2008, Business Design Centre London
2007 Two Views Stephanie Hoppen Gallery London with Alan Kluckow Fine Art, London
London Art Fair 2007, Business Design Centre London
2006 Group Show Emineo Fine Art at Poussin Gallery, London
Dreamland Chambers Gallery, London
Summer Show Byard Art, Cambridge U.K
Shortlisted Celeste Art Prize 2006
Picture This Bargehouse, Oxo Tower London, with Cobalt Fine Arts/War Child
2005 Group Show Northcote Gallery, London
Artist Commission for 2006 Chelsea Flower Show London
London Art Fair 2005, Business Design Centre London
2004 Summer Show 2004 Hutson Gallery, Mayfair, London
'Scapes Mark Jason Fine Art, London
London Art Fair 2004, Mark Jason Fine Art, Business Design Centre London
London Art Fair 2004, Byard Art, Business Design Centre London
2003 Two-person Show, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
Paperwork Vertigo Gallery, Shoreditch, London
Fresh Art Business Design Centre, London
Art London, Chelsea, with Northcote Gallery
Invited to exhibit at the Florence Biennale
2002 Gallery Artists, Northcote Gallery, London


Private and Corporate Collections in Australia, Europe, U.S.A, Middle East


Bay of Fires Art Prize 2018 finalists catalogue (as Sweet+Shore), Bay of Fires, Tasmania
Klassik Magazine International Artist Interview, March 2018
Lloyd Rees Art Prize 2017 finalists catalogue (as Sweet+Shore), Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia 2017
Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize finalists catalogue (as Sweet+Shore), Adelaide Perry Gallery, Sydney 2017
‘On Watch’, Tradewinds, London, September 2016
‘The Art of Working Ships’ catalogue Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London September 2015
Editorial, Paul Berrill TradeWinds, London, August 2015
Editorial, Kensington & Chelsea Magazine, London, January 2015
Editorial, Paul Berrill TradeWinds London, August 2014
“Ocean Avatars’, catalogue essay by Annemarie Lopez, London 2012
‘The Guide’ Country and Townhouse Magazine U.K October 2011
‘Inbox’ Belle Magazine Australia Feb/Mar 2011
Review ‘Galleries’ magazine, U.K December 2010
‘The Industrial Sublime’, catalogue essay by Nicholas Usherwood, London 2010
‘Superstructures’, catalogue essay by Dr Angela Summerfield, London 2008
‘Episodes’, catalogue essay by Dr. Sue Roe U.K 2008
‘Contemporary Art in Sheffield’, review by Paul Evans, U.K May 2007
‘Surface and Structure’, catalogue essay by Dr. Sue Roe U.K 2007
Review ‘Metrolife’ Metro, London July 2006
Review ‘Listings’ Sheffield Telegraph, U.K April 2004
Review ‘The Guide’ The Guardian, U.K August 2003
‘Previews’ Art Review U.K November 2002
‘Fresh Art’ catalogue, Fresh Art Fair, Business Design Centre London 2001, 2002, 2003

Dr Jesse Shore

Employment History

Prismatic Sciences - science communication consultancy (Principal) November 2008 – Present. Creating exhibitions, public events and visual media to make science meaningful to a wide audience.  http://www.prismaticsciences.com/projects.htm. 
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney: Senior curator – Sciences; Group leader; Education Officer January 1984 – October 2008 (24 years 10 months) Developed numerous exhibitions and public programs to communicate science to various audiences. Helped create the Ultimo Science Festival, a major Australian National Science Week event. Expertise in dealing with multiple media for exhibitions such as objects, interactives, labels, graphics, audio-visuals, etc. Group Leader for developing five major science and technology exhibitions during the development of the museum, 1985-1988, and an Education Officer working on the project during 1984.
Experience: National president of the Australian Science Communicators (ASC), 2010-2012. The ASC is a professional network for people working in science and technology communication across Australia and overseas. It supports and represents those who make science accessible to diverse audiences and seeks to advance the profession of science communication.
Member of the Advisory Board for the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-Sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO), 2011-12. CAASTRO aims to establish Australia as the world- leader in the emerging discipline of wide-field astronomy. Jesse brought his expertise as a professional science communicator to the board. 
Tertiary education: University of California, Berkeley, California PhD, Geology (1977) Brooklyn College of CUNY, Brooklyn, New York BS, Geology (1971)

Tertiary Education

University of California, Berkeley, California PhD, Geology