'I like a view, but I like to sit with my back turned to it.' Gertrude Stein 1874-1946
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Final works for Natural Histories solo exhibition
The work is all done for Natural Histories. It is a huge relief, although there is still a lot of pre-exhibition preparation to do.
Pictured above, the last three works completed for the show.
Second from top: Common Rose Swallowtail Winged Woman, 2010, acrylic on linen, 36 x 36 cm (Photograph by Tim Gresham)
Base: Urolitha bibuntifera and Aitcis erythrozona, 2010, acrylic on miniature plaster masks, dimensions (H x W x D) 8.3 x 5.8 x 3.5 cm and 13.5 x 9 x 6 cm
Paintings Linocuts Drawings Mixed Media
Opening: Thursday 7th October 6.00-8.00 pm
Exhibition dates: 7th - 30th October
Chrysalis Gallery is conveniently located just 15 minute's walk from the City CBD (opposite the old Mercy Hospital site).
Tuesday-Friday 9.30-5.30; Saturday 11.00-5.00;
Monday by appointment - please call 9415 1977 or 0418 324 651.
Chrysalis Gallery & Studio:
Director: Delwyn Freestone
179 Gipps Street East Melbourne VIC 3002
Phone: 61 3 9415 1977
Fax: 61 3 9415 1966
The complete works can be previewed on the Chrysalis website in about a week's time. To view their website, click HERE.
Posted by Deborah Klein at 9:00 AM
Friday, September 10, 2010
2010 Print Council of Australia Member Print Edition
Above (from top)
Red Lacewinged Woman 2010, linocut, hand coloured. Image: (irregular) approx 36 x 32.5 cm, Paper size: 45 x 38 cm
Photograph by Tim Gresham
Printing Red Lacewinged Woman, the artist's studio, September 2010
The following (slightly edited) information and list of venues appears courtesy of Damian Kelly, General Manager, Print Council of Australia Inc.
"Each year the PCA calls for nominations and independently selects artists to produce a commissioned edition of high quality prints especially for our members. This year's judges were Thomas Middlemost, Curator, Charles Sturt University and Linda Elliott, Curator of Public Programmes, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. The prints are purchased in advance, through a mail order system.
Details of the prints are released in the September issue of IMPRINT magazine. The artist proofs of all editions are on display at venues in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney. Order Forms are made available in the September issue of IMPRINT, and members select their print (or prints) in preference order. In total there are some 300 prints for subscribers, these are allocated in order of Order Forms being received. Allocated prints are posted to subscribers at the end of November.
Numerous public art museums, schools and galleries have been long time participants of the program, and many individual collectors are now also joining. This means that it's possible to buy prints that are also being purchased by many of Australia’s well known state and regional galleries."
Each commissioned artist has produced 6 artist's proofs which were forwarded to each of the venues below on 30 August. It is recommended to check individual galleries for hours and viewing times, but the works should be on show somewhere between 10 September and 24 October. The ten prints will initially be launched at Handmark Gallery in Hobart on Friday 10th September 2010.
Megalo Print Studio + Gallery
Canberra Technology Park
49 Phillip Avenue,
Watson, Canberra, ACT 2602
Grahame Galleries + Editions
1 Fernberg Road
Milton Qld 4064
Tin Sheds Gallery & Art Workshops
Faculty of Architecture
University of Sydney
148 City Road
SYDNEY NSW 2000
Port Jackson Press Print Room
61 Smith Street
Fitzroy, Melbourne VIC 3065
77 Salamanca Place
HOBART TAS 7000
GPO Box 2100
Adelaide SA 5001
GPO Box 2100
Adelaide SA 5001
Posted by Deborah Klein at 9:28 AM
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Artist and Author Talk, The Melbourne Athenaeum Library, 22 September at 1 pm
For further information, click on flyer to enlarge.
I hope to meet some of you at the Athenaeum on the 22nd. For those of you who haven't visited before, it is one of Melbourne's gems. Check out their website HERE.
Posted by Deborah Klein at 10:33 PM
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