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Christopher Hagen – Weather Eye: Quiet Signs

$350.00 inc GST
Artist: Christopher Hagen
Born 1988, USA. Now lives QLD.
Monoprint, intaglio with hand-colour
Edition of 35
Image & Paper Size: 48 x 54 cm


Artist Statement: This work is part of an ongoing suite, placing myself at a point of uncertainty in a new landscape, surrounded by decreasingly predictable forces. Quiet Signsreflects a seemingly calm moment touched by portents of tumult.

Dianne Longley – Entrance sought

$350.00 inc GST
Artist: Dianne Longley
Born 1957, NSW. Now lives VIC.
Intaglio and inkjet
Edition of 30
Image size: 42 x 29 cm
Paper size: 60 x 42 cm

Artist Statement: My work combines the real and the imagined, with recent works incorporating a tracery of linework over photographs which are edited and abstracted. The combinations create scenarios which are uncertain and beguiling. Entrance sought combines a church exterior with arcane line drawings, offering an entrance to an imagined interior space. The manipulated photographic image was inkjet printed with an Epson 3880 onto Canson 310 gsm printmaking rag paper, and then a line photopolymer plate was inked and printed in black, silver and hand-painted pink.

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Elizabeth Banfield – letter to the lost

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Artist: Elizabeth Banfield
Born 1963, UK. Now lives VIC.
Linocut artist book, kozo tissue, thread, with portfolio enclosure. Velin Arches 250gsm black, Awagami Tengucho papers.
Edition of 30
Dimensions – book when closed: 18 x 18 cm
Portfolio: 19cm x 19cm

Artist Statement: I recently revisited Loftia Park in the Adelaide Hills; I was at school nearby when the 1980 Ash Wednesday fire began. Bushfire has featured in my work before, but always with a focus on regrowth. After seeing that forest still scarred with black, I concentrated on the loss that others experience, the compassion I feel, but also the fear that the black landscape will again surround me.

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Glenda Orr – Stacked Against III

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Artist: Glenda Orr
Born 1959, NSW. Now lives in QLD.
Three plate etching, aquatint and spit bite
Edition of 30
Image & paper size: 43.5 x 59 cm

Artist Statement: The axe is a hybrid of the ‘natural’ and ‘man-made’, with its forest-born wooden handles and hardened cast steel heads. This duality connotes nature as commodity, the artificial in the natural, and duplicity in the worlds we inherit and construct.
Stacked Against III plays on the inversion of this tool of destruction into one of creation. The old axe wears its history on its head, the scratches, fractures and chips of use and,ultimately, rust from neglect in their obsolescence. Stacked in multiples and viewed on end with slightly saturated colour, its abstracted form creates a strange constructed landscape.

Jo Lankester – Cortex: Balding Bay Walking Track

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Artist: Jo Lankester
Born 1972, Vic. Now lives in QLD.
Five colour plate intaglio and relief
Edition of 35
Image and paper size: 70 x 50 cm

Artist Statement: The pictures I make explore ideas of aesthetics, experience, and elements of the landscape; colour, line, texture, and form. My work is inspired by the unique combination of my local regions’ dry and wet tropical landscape extending west of Townsville to Charters Towers, Magnetic Island, and as far North as Weipa.

Kyoko Imazu – Harold’s Garden

$350.00 inc GST
Artist: Kyoko Imazu
Born 1984, Japan. Now lives VIC.
Etching and aquatint
Edition of 30
Image size: 24 x 30 cm
Paper size: 39 x 38 cm

Artist Statement: Harold is a three year old boy who likes to play with his imagined creatures and monsters at the Baldessin Press Studio. When I see him I am often reminded of my own childhood where I felt convinced of the presence of strange animals and monsters in the garden or in the house. They were as real as my cats and dogs, on the same level of existence.

Sue Poggioli – The Car

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Artist: Sue Poggioli
Born 1955, QLD. Now lives QLD.
Hand coloured linocut
Edition of 34
Image & paper size: 56 x 37.5cm

Artist Statement: This image is one of an ongoing art museum series paying homage to iconic works of art. Several works by John Brack are referenced in this print. I imagine Brack’s people from a number of his paintings meeting in one place, viewing The Car in my lino print.