Towards Strangeness, an exhibition of recent artworks by New Zealand printmakers, explores varying degrees of the inexplicable, the unfamiliar, and the mysterious. By Kyla Cresswell, Catherine Macdonald, Prue MacDougall, Kathryn Madill and Nan Mulder.
Judith Parker writes about the ‘Sister City II’ print exchange.
Tasmanian artist Raymond Arnold contemplates his own mortality in his latest project.
Karen Landt-Isley translates a tour of Morocco into an exploration of landscape and Gestalt philosophy.
Rona Green: 30 Years of Printmaking is a landmark exhibition for this talented and committed artist whose explorations in the world of print have been extensive.
Katherine Kennedy explains the practical applications printmakers can explore with the Info-Rail display system.
Tony Ameneiro discusses his new book, ‘Flowers, Skulls & Heads’.
Jan Hogan writes about Frame of Mind, a project organised by Hunter Island Press held at Willow Court, New Norfolk, Tasmania, the site of inspiration.
Laurel McKenzie celebrates the successes of InkMasters Cairns’ Upside Up program, working with Indigenous artists.
David Fairbairn’s new exhibition includes the series ‘Double Lives’, reflecting a long and sustained personal and artistic relationship extending back more than three decades.