I am excited to announce that my ‘You are here‘ reduction linocut print has been selected as a Finalist in the Local Artist Local Content 2020 Art Prize.
We were headed for a warm and wet Autumn. Toward the end of March I was driving home to Maleny from Brisbane. Rain followed me up the Bruce Highway, along Steve Irwin Way, then up the hill from [...]
I am excited and proud to announce that my ‘Beerwah Rising‘ reductive lino print has been selected as a Finalist in the Local Artist Local Content 2018 Art Prize.
It’s late on a Sunday afternoon. It has been a warm and humid day. The summer rain has come and gone. The clouds hang low over the ridge and there is a feeling of cool respite from the heat [...]
I finished my latest reduction linoprint two Sunday’s ago … 16 colours over 14 layers. This print was a visual collision of a few art loves of mine … the Glass House Mountains,
Wow … “Glass House” is finished, editioned and framed. This labour of love reduction linoprint has taught me lessons in both printmaking and patience, and has already made its [...]
How do you demonstrate printmaking practice and process to people viewing your work in a gallery space when you’re not there yourself? How do you make a personal connection with people [...]
Oh it felt good to be back in the studio this morning. A 4am phone call to my husbands phone. Number not-recognised so not answered. The sun was only just starting to think about waking up. The [...]
Lino printing is, in its own right, a relatively simple form of relief printmaking. Reduction linoprinting is a little more complex, but can also be quite simple once you understand the basics. I [...]