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
Rachel is a Sydney based digital and mixed media artist. Her hyper-real digital photographic montages piece many and varied photographs, old and new, together to form new ‘Places’.
Giclée print on cotton rag, edition of 15
Visit the gallery to view her folio or view her images here https://www.printmakergallery.com.au/artists/rachel-moodie/
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We had the pleasure of visiting Dean Bowen’s amazing and enormous studio recently to select works for his upcoming exhibition with Printmaker Gallery, in November.
It was a very special experience for us to see where Dean creates his remarkable works, from small etchings to gigantic bronze casts and racks of vibrant paintings. We are very excited about curating this exhibition, which will include a number of prints, paintings and sculptures. Look out for more news to come…
A collection of Indigenous works showing September 12th – 24th
Across the Desert: Printmaker Gallery focuses on works by Indigenous artists, including paintings by Central Desert artists Maggie Bird, Lucky Monton and Mary Morton. Woodblock prints and etchings from Iwantja Arts, including works by Whiskey Tjukangku and Sadie Singer. Yarrenyty Arltere artists Robinya Constance, Marlene Rubuntja and Rhonda Sharpe.
Collectable prints from the archives including Jarinyanu David Downs and Jimmy Pike.
A series of images that evoke the space between the ordinary and the uncanny.
There are unlikely encounters between animals, plants which curl and furl and scenarios encapsulated in jars. Some of these are playful imaginings whilst others touch on environmental concerns and anxieties we hold about changes in the natural world. Presented in part as a group of specimens to be looked at anew for clues they may hold.
NEWS: Susan Sarandon visits!
Now part of Susan Sarandon’s art collection are works by Paul Compton and Christina Gordon.
Arriving Friday, fresh off the plane from L.A, Susan Sarandon explores the amazing talent on offer at Printmaker Gallery! Before too long, she acquires two of Christina Gordon’s mono prints. She returns twice the next day! intrigued by Paul Compton’s collage works and takes with her ‘Thought Jabber’ pictured framed below
Printmaker Gallery is proud to present a retrospective exhibition of works chosen from 2010 to 2015, as highlights from the ongoing collaborative practice of Kyoko Imazu and Damon Kowarsky.
This exhibition leads the viewer through a visual journey of observations and intense imaginings, exploring themes including nature, science, art and technology.
Kyoko and Damon’s meticulously constructed etchings, draw us into a fantastical world of macabre humour, mystery and wonder.