My relief prints address the human condition. I print from a Styrofoam matrix made from recycled vegetable boxes.
The subject matter of my current work is a particular passion of mine: the beauty of wild creatures, particularly the perfection of birds in flight.
Jimmy’s core theme is ‘sense of place and identity,’ one that has been largely influenced by the Melbourne Docklands, Australia.
Totman’s established work reveals many indications of his past preoccupation with the strength of the hand, its universality, its contradictory character.
Clare Jackson’s prints document an ongoing practice of collecting found images, such as postcards, newspaper clippings, and postage stamps.
I live and work in my studio in the Blue Mountains, Katoomba, outside of Sydney.
Susan Baran is a Sydney based artist and educator teaching a wide range of printmaking processes including solar plate techniques. She has tutored many HSC students with their major works.
Shana is fascinated by classical fairy tales, yarns, dreams and the natural world, her artwork represents humans and animals alive and active in unexpected, fantastic surroundings presenting a poetic interpretation of contemporary life.
Olivia predominantly works in the medium of etching, particularly focusing on creating shifting tones in aquatint.
Melissa Smith is a Launceston based artist who works primarily with print. She references aspects of the landscape, often being drawn to remote places which provide quietness and a sense of hope within our ever-changing world.