Wishing you all Happy Holidays! Printmaker Gallery is open every day until Christmas Eve 24th Dec 10am – 4pm.
We will re-open with regular trading hours on January 3rd 2017.
Featured image: Justin McShane ‘Clearing Rain 2’ Photo-etching and Chine-collè
Celebrating archive and temporality in a one night pop up, this installation explores a new configuration for images accumulated over the last ten years.
Kylie Blackley is a Melbourne based artist practising in print, ink and paper. After graduating from VCA she undertook selected local and international residencies exhibiting in Melbourne, Osaka and Riga while working as a printmaking technician for universities and artists. Blackley’s intimate works on paper accumulate into installation based practice focused on associative, esoteric narratives from top drawers, collected boxes and train windows.
A beautiful etching titled Lullaby II by Michael Leunig is now available at PG!
These stunning limited edition prints make the perfect gift for Christmas.
Please email or phone for enquiries to see the full range of available Leunig Etchings.
Dean Bowen is a highly acclaimed Australian artist, with a career spanning over 25 years.
We are privileged to present Pinnacle which will showcase Dean Bowen’s Lithographs, Etchings, Paintings and Bronze Sculpture, opening at Printmaker Gallery November 3rd 2016.
Bowen’s images have delighted and inspired us for decades, with their bold colours and highly imaginative characters and animal motifs set within the Australian environment. At its heart, his artwork explores natural and habitual everyday life, an ever-evolving vehicle by which we consider the world and our place in it. The magic of Bowen’s images lies in their charisma, sensitivity and humour.
Pattern, rhythm and repetition are integral elements in Elizabeth Banfield’s practice. Combining finely cut lino printing, with the layering of Japanese tissue and hand stitching, she produces exquisitely refined and delicate prints and artist books.
‘The delicate and ephemeral nature of the paper contributes to my on-going themes of the ever-changing landscape, and our ever-changing memories of it and its associations.’ – Elizabeth Banfield
Elizabeth has exhibited extensively throughout Australia and her artwork is held is numerous collections including Australia, USA and UK.
Image: Through the Red Box, Linocut Concertina book