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Anne McMaster – Kangaroo Bones, Broken Crockery, Drought

$350.00 inc GST
Multiplate etching mounted on BFK Rives paper
Edition of 40
Image size: 24 x 24 cm
Paper size: 38 x 33 cm
PCA Print Commission 2008

In the thick of drought kangaroos perish and farmers walk off the land. All that is left are bones and broken crockery. Overlaid images prompt the observer to question the Anglo-Saxon relationship to country, to that of indigenous tribes. Foul biting and earthy colours bring attention to the weathered landscape of Australia.

Christine Willcocks – Birdwood

$400.00 inc GST
Solar plate etching
Edition of 40
Image size: 31 x 26 cm
Paper size: 41 x 26 cm
PCA Print Commission 2008

Habitat loss is a major cause of species extinctions and the decline of ecosystems. This work, entitled Birdwood, refers to the accelerating loss of both fauna and flora, leaving a space that demands urgent action through conservation and restoration,

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Clyde McGill – true stories iv : as we walked

$300.00 inc GST
Screenprint, monoprint, etching
Edition of 40
Image size: 38 x 57 cm
Paper size: 38 x 57 cm
PCA Print Commission 2008

Earlier we had been in the basalt country north of the road. The distance and the aura that surrounded them seemed to carry us along. As we walked, our conversation developed. There wasn’t any hurry though both of us seemed to know this was a time for truth and peace.

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Jenny Kitchener – Out of Time: Run Rabbit Run

$250.00 inc GST
Linocut
Edition of 40
Image size: 28.5 x 76 cm
Paper size: 28.5 x 76 cm
PCA Print Commission 2008

This image reflects on the passing of time; the cycle of life and the inevitability of death; the alpha and the omega. The idea of this ongoing cycle is mirrored in the format of the print. If joined end to end, the prints form a repetitive frieze.

Justin McShane – five winters

$200.00 inc GST
Hard ground etching, aquatint, chine colle
Edition of 40
Image size: 40 x 54 cm
Paper size: 52 x 70 cm
PCA Print Commission 2008

For five years this plum tree stood outside the studio in Melbourne, a crumbling reminder of the issues of water and climate, An introduced species, it struggled through dry summers, then – once the leaves were gone – seemed brittle and strained, as though the sudden weight of some rain might cause it to dissolve into the ground.

Sara Bowen – Reeds/Juanbung

$180.00 inc GST
Sugarlift aquatint with blind embossing
Edition of 40
Image size: 38 x 57 cm
Paper size: 38 x 57 cm
PCA Print Commission 2008

Reeds/Juanbung is part of a series of prints centred on the wooded country where the Murrumbidgee and Lachlan rivers meet. Unmapped and unmappable, with no fixed landmarks, it fascinates me. Early drawings gave evolved into abstracted curves of water that run over river banks and among islands of reeds.