Transitions

Open Bite Printmakers
   
April
   
15
 -  
April
   
26
Life is a state of perpetual transition. Inertia, stillness and balance are only temporary. Change, the only certainty.

INFORMATION

Open Bite Printmakers are accustomed to embracing the uncertainty of evolving states, as so much of their practice involves grappling with images and ideas in transition.

 

Employing a diverse range of printmaking techniques including etching, woodcut, mokuhanga, linocut and collagraph, Open Bite Printmakers reveal the issues pertinent to each artist on a theme with unique resonance in such unsettled times.

 

This exhibition of recent works attempts to pin down, however fleetingly, moments along the changeable processes in our lives.

- Miriam Cullen

Open Bite Printmakers are accustomed to embracing the uncertainty of evolving states, as so much of their practice involves grappling with images and ideas in transition.

 

Employing a diverse range of printmaking techniques including etching, woodcut, mokuhanga, linocut and collagraph, Open Bite Printmakers reveal the issues pertinent to each artist on a theme with unique resonance in such unsettled times.

 

This exhibition of recent works attempts to pin down, however fleetingly, moments along the changeable processes in our lives.

- Miriam Cullen

FEATURED WORKS

Helen Brancatisano, Look Up, 2020, Collagraph, 38 x 28 cm
Jo Morris, Dharawal Country, 2020, Etching, 28 x 38 cm
Linda Galbraith, Mood Indigo #3, 2020, Archival pigment print from digital composite, 38 x 28 cm
Margaret Vickers, Trees Matter #B, 2020, Etching, collagraph, 28 x 38 cm
Megan Edwards, Epiphany, 2020, Photopolymer, stencil, 38 x 28 cm
Michael Dingley, First Step, 2020, Intaglio, photogravure, 28 x 38 cm
Miriam Cullen, Flourish, 2020, Linocut, 38 x 28 cm
Trish Yates, Only the Shadow Remains #1, 2020, Linocut, 38 x 28 cm
Terese McManus, Southern Highlands- Escarpment II, 2020, Etching/engraving, 38 x 56 cm

OTHER  EXHIBITIONS