IMPRINT stand at Melbourne Art Fair

Don't miss the IMPRINT stand at Melbourne Art Fair, Australia's premier international art event at the Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton Gardens, Melbourne from 1-5 August. You can find us among the magazine stands on the upper level, at stand M09. Drop in and say hello to staff and committee members, renew your Print Council membership, buy back copies of IMPRINT, or take advantage of our special discount offer for new members. See you there!

Familiar Unfamiliar Touring Exhibition at Tweed River Art Gallery - until 12 Aug 12

The Familiar Unfamiliar touring exhibition is at Tweed River Art Gallery until 12 August. PCA General Manager, Damian Kelly, visited the gallery.

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Mullumbimby artist, Travis Paterson; Melbourne artist, Rona Green; exhibition curator and Tweed River Art Gallery Director, Susi Muddiman; and PCA general manager Damian Kelly.

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Artists: Scott, Rona and Travis

Featured Prints

Our featured prints section gives members the opportunity to show their work to a wider audience, through the website and our Facebook page. If you're a member, forward us your favourite print and we'll put it out there for the world to see. Please email your images as JPEGs to generalmanager@printcouncil.org.au

Below are the wonderful prints we've featured to date. Keep them coming printmakers - we love them!


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Alan - screenprint and ballpoint pen on paper by Bernie Slater

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Dead Love - 4 colour plate lino by Carol Ann Fitzgerald

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Meroogal Madonna - linocut, embroidery & mixed media on Hahnemuhle Paper by Kartini Bell

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Shitfaced - wood engraving (2012) by David Frazer

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Solitude - collagraph (2010) by Kay Watanabe

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Leaving Kyneton - print on four panels on Fabriano paper (2011) by Kir Larwill

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Inkless Print - by Jackie Gorring

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The alley - etching and screenprint on BFK Rives (2012) by Sarah Harvey

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Untitled - by Carol Ann Fitzgerald

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Untitled - lithograph by Catherine Pilgrim

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Lizzy - woodcut and collograph on Canson paper (2010) by Siobhan Fitzgerald

PCA pleased to announce 2012 Print Commission Artists

The Print Council of Australia is very pleased to announce our 2012 Print Commission Artists
Congratulations to
Bill Moseley
David. Fairbairn
Deanna Hitti
Jules Renton Itinmi Sharman - NOW KNOW AS TAMA FAVELL
Senye Shen
Ruby Djikarra Alderton
Kir. Larwill
Leonie Lane
Vanessa Wallace
PeterLyssiotis
We can't wait to see the prints!!!

AGM Sat 12 May - All Welcome

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