Inky sights and sounds

 

Here is some info for you about a few group exhibitions my work is included in that you might be interested to check out…

 

Prints by Deborah Klein, Clayton Tremlett and Rona Green included in the exhibition Inking Up

Prints by Deborah Klein, Clayton Tremlett and Rona Green included in the Inking Up exhibition

 

Inking Up

29 August – 18 October 2015

Castlemaine Art Gallery

14 Lyttleton Street, Castlemaine VIC 3450 Australia

Inking up presents the work of three linocut printmakers:  Rona Green, Deborah Klein and Clayton Tremlett (curator) at Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum.

Inking up is a slang term for getting a tattoo and also the printmaking process of inking a block in preparation for printing onto paper. Both techniques require bold outlines; one using a needle to embed ink under the skin, the other requiring tools to carve out areas that will not catch the ink.

Inking up poses the questions: Why do people get images tattooed on their body? Why do we define ourselves with statements which give an impression of who we are via symbols?

 

Rona Green, Shitehawk, 2015, hand coloured linocut, 76 x 56 cm

Rona Green, Shitehawk, 2015, hand coloured linocut, 76 x 56 cm

 

Auditory Visions

12 September – 24 October 2015

Lismore Regional Gallery

131 Molesworth Street, Lismore NSW 2480 Australia

A group exhibition of prints by G W Bot, Jan Davis, Rona Green, Alexi Keywan, Bruce Latimer, Travis Paterson and Michael Schlitz, and soundscapes by Jay-Dea Lopez (curator).

 

Rona Green, Dirck 'Foo-Foo' De Cock, 2015, hand coloured linocut, 76 x 56 cm

Rona Green, Dirck ‘Foo-Foo’ De Cock, 2015, hand coloured linocut, 76 x 56 cm

 

Auditory Visions is an exhibition where sound and vision meet. Seven printmakers were asked to create two pieces of work with the knowledge that it would be given an auditory companion composed by Jay-Dea Lopez in response to the images. Thus the visual work in Auditory Visions was created with the hum of imagined sounds within the artists’ minds.

You can click here to visit the Auditory Visions website, where you can view all of the artists prints and listen to the accompanying soundscapes by Jay-Dea Lopez that comprise this wonderful show.

 

Rona Green, Brett, 2014, hand coloured linocut, 38 x 28 cm

Rona Green, Brett, 2014, hand coloured linocut, 38 x 28 cm

 

Beastarium

19 September – 22 November 2015

Dubbo Regional Gallery

Western Plains Cultural Centre

76 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo NSW 2830 Australia

A group exhibition of prints by 40 artists exploring the animal in art, curated by Rona Green.

The participating artists are Sue Anderson, Rosalind Atkins, Jazmina Cininas, Paul Compton, Graeme Drendel, Philip Faulks, Angus Fisher, Dianne Fogwell, Kevin Foley, Alex Game, Alex Gillies, Franck Gohier, Janet Goldman, Jackie Gorring, Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, Robert Hague, Gregory Harrison, Bill Hay, Kyoko Imazu, Sheridan Jones, Michael Kempson, Alexi Keywan, Jenny Kitchener, Deborah Klein, Patrice Mahoney, John Marshall, Aaron McLoughlin, Ros Meeker, Sharron Okines, Janet Parker-Smith, Graeme Peebles, David Rosengrave, John Ryrie, Heather Shimmen, Stephen Spurrier, Kati Thamo, Scott Trevelyan and Deborah Williams.

 

Beastarium: a print exchange folio by 40 artists curated by Rona Green in 2014. Clockwise from bottom right: colophon and prints by Michael Kempson, Deborah Williams, Sue Anderson, Bill Hay, Jazmina Cininas, Rona Green and Stephen Spurrier - Dubbo Regional Gallery Art Collection

Beastarium: a print exchange folio by 40 artists curated by Rona Green. Clockwise from bottom right: colophon and prints by Michael Kempson, Deborah Williams, Sue Anderson, Bill Hay, Jazmina Cininas, Rona Green and Stephen Spurrier – Dubbo Regional Gallery Art Collection

 

 



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