Win a Rona Green miniature print competition

 

It is my pleasure to present the chance to win one of two miniature hand coloured linocut prints by yours truly.

 

'Stripes' and 'Spotty', hand coloured linocut prints, 9 cm x 13 cm, by Rona Green

‘Stripes’ and ‘Spotty’, hand coloured linocut prints, 9 cm x 13 cm, by Rona Green

 

To enter the competition:

 

1. You must be a follower of this blog

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Be one of my mailing list subscribers

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2. Leave a comment telling me in 33 words or less why you like my art and want to win a miniature print

(Click on ‘Leave a comment’ at the top of this blog post)

 

Entries close at 6.00pm AEST on Monday 1 June 2015.

The two competition winners will be announced in a blog post the next day.

 

Good luck!

 

 


Workshops are go!

 

“Creativity is a drug I cannot live without.”

Cecil B. DeMille

 

Rona Green_workshops flyer

 

Simply click here for all the info.

 

 


Girl on film

 

A while back I was visited at my Abbotsford Convent studio by Kate Logan from The Learning Connexion.

The purpose of Kate’s visit was to produce a documentary about my art practice as a resource for The Learning Connexion students.

Here is a link to the finished film for your interest –

 

 

And for your enjoyment here are some Girls On Film…

 

 

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Near Neighbours

 

Near Neighbours exhibition invitation

 

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

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

Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne, Australia (Photography by Jessika K)

 

Near Neighbours is on now at:

St Heliers Street Gallery

Abbotsford Convent

1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford, VIC 3067

Open 7 days, 9am – 5pm

Free entry

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 exhibition view 1

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 exhibition view 2

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 exhibition view 3

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 exhibition view 4

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:

AUS

Rona Green

Michael Kempson

Deborah Klein

John Ryrie

Deborah Williams

NZ

John Callaghan

Catherine Macdonald

Alex Milsom

Alexis Neal

Jo Ogier

 

Solander Gallery NZ Director, Paulette Robinson, chatting in front of prints by Michael Kempson

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 of her work

Jo Ogier talking about her woodcut print ‘Target’ with a fan (Photography by Jessika K)

 

Artist Catherine Macdonald

Artist Catherine Macdonald at the Near Neighbours exhibition opening (Photography by Jessika K)

 

John Ryrie standing by his relief prints on exhibition

John Ryrie standing by his relief prints (Photography by Jessika K)

 

Vincent Drane and prints by Alex Milsom

Director of Solander Gallery NZ, Vincent Drane, discussing mezzotints by Alex Milsom (Photography by Jessika K)

 

John Callaghan and prints by Deborah Williams

Artist John Callaghan admiring intaglio prints by Deborah Williams (Photography by Jessika K)

 

Deborah Klein

Deborah Klein with her hand coloured linocut prints in the background (Photography by Jessika K)

 

Prints by John Callaghan

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!

 


One of each

 

One of each exhibition invite

 

A kooky rabbit named Vilém The Villain, by yours truly, on exhibition as part of the group show 'One of each' at Australian Galleries, Melbourne.

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.

 


Wonder Room

 

Art lovers are invited to visit Wonder Room, a group exhibition of work by Rona Green, Paul Compton, Filomena Coppola, Deborah Klein and Heather Shimmen, at Maroondah Art Gallery from 17 October – 30 November 2013.

 

Wonder Room exhibition invite_front

 

Wonder Room exhibition invite_back

 

Rona Green, The Doctor I: Vortis, 2010, mixed media, 30 x 39 x 5 cm

Rona Green, The Doctor I: Vortis, 2010, mixed media, 30 x 39 x 5 cm

 

Rona Green, Booger Sugar, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 97 x 87 cm

Rona Green, Booger Sugar, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 97 x 87 cm

 

Please click here if you would like to view the Wonder Room online exhibition catalogue – enjoy!