"Coffee with Lesa" lino cut
Katherine Simms and Roman Dabrowski
10th April 2013 - 26th May 2013
Print Makers Diaries
Katherine Simms exhibited at Fairview ArtSpace last year and now returns with new images and Roman, her husband. Roman has become a very competent printmaker using woodblocks to create his images. Both Katherine and Roman are wonderful storytellers and the images that they create resonate with all audiences.
Polly Pickles, Mary Cullen and Margaret Fortey
31st May 2013 - 8th July 2013
City to the Country
Toni Behrens, Warwick Behrens and Margot Stephens
21st August 2013 - 23rd September 2013
Mudgee Collective Exhibition
Rosalie Swords, Pamela Welsh and Alison
25th September 2013 - 28th October 2013
Helen Swords, Susan Foldhazy and Susan Bridgford
30th October 2013 - 9th December 2013
12th December 2013 - 23rd December 2013
The few weeks prior to Christmas will showcase the mix of works held in the stockroom along with a package of works by local Printmakers.
Stanley Street Oil on canvas
12th December 2012 - 3rd February 2013
Printmaking & oils all on a smaller scale by Michael Forster There are a number of other works from the stockroom also on display Ross & Judy Kurtz, Joan Prince, Russell Foord, Keith Norris, Catherine Van Lareren.
3rd February 2013 - 6th March 2013
Fairview ArtSpace will be closed for Annual leave till 5th March
Miriam CullenThresholdRelief printing with linocut
Kay Norton-Knight, Miriam Cullen, Helen Brancatisano & Jutta Fuhrmans
6th March 2013 - 8th April 2013
Plate. Paper. Block.
To many, printmaking remains an arcane practice. It has a terminology and techniques of its own: etching, aquatint, collagraph, lithograph, mezzotint, woodcut, linocut and drypoint. The myriad of printing processes are certainly hands-on and time-consuming, but mesmerising and meditative just the same. Printmaking remains stubbornly labour-intensive in an age where technology has removed many opportunities for us to observe what our hands can create when our head and heart combine. So be inspired by the alchemy and artistry produced by these simple elements: Plate, Paper, Block.