Recent contemporary printmaking. Age-long practices, established methods and conventional techniques are overturned and re-interpreted with a fresh approach that brings new vigour to the medium. Printing techniques such as woodcuts, intaglio, collagraphs and cyanotypes are brought into a new light.…
An exhibition of screenprints based on landscapes that were noticed, photographed, and forgotten. Memories are captured, but the viewer moves on. Changes that occur to the landscape are out of sight and mind, and missed. But the environment is screaming for us to take notice.
An exhibition of lithographs and drawings celebrating the caring role and early married life of Maggie Larritt, wife of the first Surveyor of Bendigo. This body of work acknowledges the singularly European view of the colonial migrants as they lived on Dja Dja Wurrung land.
An exhibition of new monotypes, paintings and etchings inspired by The Australian Ballet.
A new collection of paintings and drypoints capturing Manhattan's lines, angles, moods and movement, with a spontaneity bordering on instinct.
A new body of work connecting the materiality of prints and the fluidity of paintings with imagery emphasizing illusory maritime parachutes.
An exhibition of sculpture, drawing and prints commenting on issues affecting our lives, war, the environment and the higher being.
A Decade of Dance celebrates ten years of artwork inspired by dance companies from New York to The Australian Ballet by Debra Luccio.
Freestone Printmakers create their own LORE with a group exhibition of prints.