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Illuminous – CAROLINE RANNERSBERGER
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Illuminous – CAROLINE RANNERSBERGER

Catalogue essay for Caroline Rannersberger’s solo exhibition ILLUMINOUS, 19th July  – 6th August 2016, Flinders Lane Gallery, 137 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, VIC Australia. It must be difficult for visual artists who live in Tasmania to not be affected by the spectacular natural environment that surrounds them. Maybe its something in the air, or perhaps its carried on the … Continue reading

Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Lithography from LANCASTER PRESS
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Lithography from LANCASTER PRESS

Bavarian limestone, grease and water – these are the essential elements that alchemist of sorts Peter Lancaster has been using for 26 years to transfer imagery from stone to paper, through the magical process of lithography. Since 1990 Lancaster Press has operated as a small independent printmaking studio in Melbourne that specialises solely in the … Continue reading

Anything just to belong – ADAM NUDELMAN
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Anything just to belong – ADAM NUDELMAN

ADAM NUDELMAN Anything Just to Belong NKN Gallery, Collins Place, 10 – 26 February, 2016. NKN Gallery of Melbourne & Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary is pleased to present a major exhibition by Australian artist Adam Nudelman, featuring a selection of sublime new paintings. With an artistic career spanning 25 years, Nudelman has exhibited widely and his works … Continue reading

GLOW – diverse Australian printmaking lands in London
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GLOW – diverse Australian printmaking lands in London

GLOW  Australia printmaking December 3rd 2015 – 16th January 2016 The Framing Salon 10 Dartmouth Rd, Forest Hill, London, SE23 3XU In this exhibition at The Framing Salon, London, 47 Australian artists working from two printmaking studios at opposite ends of Australia have a produced a diverse collection prints in various techniques. These works make their UK … Continue reading

Protection – BRONWYN REES
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Protection – BRONWYN REES

Bronwyn Rees’ new exhibition at Firestation Print Studio, Opening Thursday 19th November – 28th November. Essay as appears in ArtView, November 2015.  Over the past 15 years of creative practice, Bronwyn Rees has focused on making richly textured prints that express her particular vision of Australia’s landscape and wilderness areas. Evoking the inherent beauty of … Continue reading

drifting back – SOPHIA SZILAGYI
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drifting back – SOPHIA SZILAGYI

Catalogue essay for Sophia Szilagyi’s exhibition drifting back, 9th October – 1st November 2015, Port Jackson Press Australia “The horizon is not a straight line, but a segment of a great arc.” – Hiroshi Sugimoto This fragmented arc has long been present in the digital prints of Sophia Szilagyi. Contained by the edges of the picture plane, occasionally … Continue reading