Marie-Therese’s art practice explores contemporary natural environmental and urban landscapes.
Svetlana experiments with symbolic and minimal forms during the creative process. Her artworks often draw viewers’ attention to social issues and motivate people to the inner exploration.
Hanah’s practice focuses on creating unique state prints and print installations.
Linda Swinfield ‘tells stories’ within her printmaking process through research incorporating family, history, place, and memory.
As an artist I am always looking to experiment and stretch the parameters of my mediums.
I’m drawn to lino printing due to the challenge it presents in working with strong contrasts.
My passion and inspiration for photography and drawing is often combined, manipulated and blurred in the techniques and processes of- etching, photo etching, lino-cut and digital collage.
I make sculptural artist books and linocuts that intersect the space between the self and the landscape of my heart
Based in Melbourne, Australia, artist Trudy Rice brings the colours and delights of nature to her works on paper, paintings and designs. She particularly loves the gardens and birdlife close to home.
Relief block making has been a constant thread through my adult life having trained as a Stereo Cutter (relief block cutter) in industry as a young man.