Posted: 18 June 2017 Filed under: Exhibitions | Tags: art, Bendigo Art Gallery, exhibition, linocuts, printmaking, Rona Green, works on paper
Rona Green: Champagne taste and lemonade pockets being installed at Bendigo Art Gallery by Lead Technician Ryan Allen (photo courtesy of Jessica Bridgfoot)
Champagne taste and lemonade pockets
24 June – 3 September 2017
Bendigo Art Gallery
42 View Street, Bendigo VIC 3550 Australia
Open 10am-5pm Tuesday – Sunday
Bendigo Art Gallery
Rona will be conducting a couple of public programs in conjunction with this exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery.
Meet the Artist
10.15am-11am Saturday 24 June 2017
Rona will present a talk in the exhibition space about why and how she makes her work.
This is a free event – all welcome.
Click here for more information.
Tattoo You: Drawing Workshop with Rona Green
10.30am-12.30pm Saturday 12 August 2017
Create a tattooed self-portrait. Suitable for any age and experience level. All materials supplied. Cost $15.
Click here for further details or to make a booking.
Rona Green, Pascal, 2017, hand coloured linocut, 57 x 57 cm, edition 23
Champagne taste and lemonade pockets features hand coloured linocuts selected from the last decade of Rona’s printmaking practice including two new works hot off the press.
Entry to the exhibition is free.
Posted: 26 November 2015 Filed under: Exhibitions | Tags: art, exhibition, Magical, Neospace, printmaking, Rona Green
14 November – 11 December 2015
7 Campbell Street, Collingwood VIC 3066 Australia
An exhibition of printmaking by 47 artists curated by Rona Green
Emma Armstrong-Porter, Louise Blyton, Mirranda Burton, Tom Civil, Michael Cleary, Elizabeth Cole, Leonie Connellan, Paul Compton, Marisa Corral, Graeme Drendel, Michael Fitzgerald, Kate Gorringe-Smith, Rona Green (curator), Andrew Gunnell, Gregory Harrison, Nick Heynsbergh, Jackie Hocking, Ying Huang, Chris Ingham, Shane Jones, Adrian Kellett, Helen Kennedy, Kate Knowles, Peter Lancaster, Nerissa Lea, Nina Magee, Soula Mantalvanos, Terry Matassoni, Cassie May, Aaron McLoughlin, Leonie Oakes, Sharron Okines, Travis Paterson, Jim Pavlidis, Penny Peckham, Cat Poljski, Nada Poljski, Georgina Ross, John Ryrie, Melinda Schawel, Mrs Stamp, Julian Stow, Sophia Szilagyi, Lee Ward, Deborah Williams, Jessi Wong & Dominique Wylestone
Left – right: Michael Fitzgerald, Kate Gorringe-Smith, Rona Green, Andrew Gunnell & Greg Harrison
Foreground left – right: Louise Jennison, Gracia Haby , Deborah Klein, Leonie Connellan and Shane Jones at the opening celebration of Magical at Neospace
Exhibition photographs by Tim Gresham. Crowd shot by Rona.
You can click this link if you would like to view the Magical exhibition catalogue.
Posted: 23 July 2015 Filed under: Exhibitions | Tags: art, Australian Galleries, drawings, exhibition, Melbourne, painting, printmaking, Rona Green, works on paper
The opening night of the Chancing Your Arm exhibition at Australian Galleries Melbourne
Chancing Your Arm
7 – 26 July 2015
Australian Galleries Melbourne
35 Derby Street, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia
Open 7 days 10am – 6pm
Australian Galleries reception area displaying works by Rona Green
Another view of the Australian Galleries reception area with works by Rona Green
Pencil and ink drawings on paper by Rona Green at the entrance of Australian Galleries
‘Tela’, ‘Curl’ and ‘Bo’ hanging out at Australian Galleries
‘Zulu’ surrounded by his harem of rabbit and cat flash monotypes at the entrance to the main gallery
‘Marty (rhymes with party)’, ‘Dirck De Cock’, ‘Booger Sugar’, ‘Tomas’, ‘King of Punchbowl’ and ‘Brett’ by Rona Green
‘Submission Magician’, ‘Shitehawk vs. Dirck ‘Foo-Foo’ De Cock’, ‘Mr Correct (Hank)’, ‘Maestro’ and ‘SMF’ by Rona Green
View of the exhibition ‘Chancing Your Arm’ by Rona Green at Australian Galleries Melbourne 2015
‘Brett’ and ‘Jacquy’ by Rona Green
‘SMF’, 2015, acrylic on canvas, 152 x 168 cm, and Rona watching his back…
A view of the exhibition ‘Chancing Your Arm’ and Rona in situ at Australian Galleries Melbourne 2015
Photography by Tim Gresham
Lord Alan Sugar
“…you’ve come here to chance your arm, but I’m afraid to say, it’s the end of the road really.” – Lord Alan Sugar
Posted: 30 June 2015 Filed under: Exhibitions | Tags: art, Australian Galleries, Chancing Your Arm, drawing, exhibition, Melbourne, painting, printmaking, Rona Green
You are most warmly invited to
Chancing Your Arm
An exhibition of prints, drawings and paintings
Official opening 6pm-8pm Tuesday 7 July 2015
35 Derby Street
Collingwood VIC 3066 Australia
If you would like to view the exhibition catalogue online just click this link.
You are also invited to attend an artist talk at 2pm on Saturday 18 July 2015.
I’ll be discussing the work on exhibition and answering any questions you may wish to ask, and there will be goody bags!
Exhibition runs until Sunday 26 July 2015
Gallery open 7 days 10am – 6pm
Free entry – all welcome
Hope you can see the show!
Posted: 15 September 2014 Filed under: Exhibitions | Tags: Abbotsford Convent, art, exhibition, Near Neighbours, printmaking, Rona Green, St Heliers Street Gallery
Near Neighbours is an exhibition of printmaking by ten artists from Australia and New Zealand, curated by myself (Rona Green) and Paulette Robinson, Director of Solander Gallery in Wellington, NZ.
Near Neighbours at St Heliers Street Gallery, Abbotsford Convent with hand coloured linocuts by Rona Green in the background (Photography by Jessika K)
Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne, Australia (Photography by Jessika K)
Near Neighbours is on now at:
St Heliers Street Gallery
1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford, VIC 3067
Open 7 days, 9am – 5pm
The exhibition runs until 5pm Sunday 28 September 2014.
After the Melbourne leg Near Neighbours will travel to Solander Gallery in Wellington, New Zealand, from 29 October – 26 November 2014.
Near Neighbours at St Heliers Street Gallery – left to right: prints by Deborah Klein, John Callaghan, John Ryrie, and Alexis Neal (Photography by Tim Gresham)
Near Neighbours at St Heliers Street Gallery – left to right: prints by Alex Milsom, Deborah Klein, Deborah Williams, and Jo Ogier (Photography by Tim Gresham)
Near Neighbours at St Heliers Street Gallery – left to right: prints by Jo Ogier, Michael Kempson, and Catherine Macdonald (Photography by Tim Gresham)
Near Neighbours at St Heliers Street Gallery – left to right: prints by Rona Green, Alex Milsom, and Deborah Klein (Photography by Tim Gresham)
The exhibiting artists are:
Director of Solander Gallery NZ, Paulette Robinson, chatting in front of intaglio prints by Michael Kempson (Photography by Jessika K)
Jo Ogier talking about her woodcut print ‘Target’ with a fan (Photography by Jessika K)
Artist Catherine Macdonald at the Near Neighbours exhibition opening (Photography by Jessika K)
John Ryrie standing by his relief prints (Photography by Jessika K)
Director of Solander Gallery NZ, Vincent Drane, discussing mezzotints by Alex Milsom (Photography by Jessika K)
Artist John Callaghan admiring intaglio prints by Deborah Williams (Photography by Jessika K)
Deborah Klein with her hand coloured linocut prints in the background (Photography by Jessika K)
Woodcut prints by John Callaghan featuring in Near Neighbours at St Heliers Street Gallery (Photography by Jessika K)
If you are keen on visiting Near Neighbours, and would enjoy the chance to chat with me about the prints on show, I will be at St Heliers Street Gallery on the last day of the exhibition, Sunday 28 September, from 3pm to 5pm – there will be jelly beans!
Posted: 9 April 2014 Filed under: Exhibitions, Rona | Tags: art, Australian Galleries, exhibition, linocut, Melbourne, printmaking, rabbit, Rona Green
A kooky bespectacled rabbit named Vilém The Villain (by yours truly), on exhibition as part of the supersized group show ‘One of each’ at Australian Galleries, Melbourne, until Sunday 4 May 2014.