A petit revolving collection in the Vestibule entry of the Queenscliff Gallery.
Am I Streeton inspired? Of course! And as the gallery Director of QG&W I not only had the privilege to place myself as part of the Streeton Prints artists in residence project but I also felt I needed to - a kind of practice to my preach. With Theo as my printer (and my little bit more) I'm finally looking forward to [...]
Streeton Prints Editioning the posthumous etchings by Sir Arthur Streeton... no pressure! Image above: fly landed on paper just as I reached for the blanket to run the print through the press. Image below, William Streeton, Sir Arthur Streeton's grandson signing the reverse of the edition of 50 prints. View more about Streeton Prints here. Acquire etchings here [...]
I'm in a huge transition period and it's quite unsettling. It really doesn't help with one's art practice - there's too much shifting and newness to allow me to document a body of work or even begin to tackle a subject. The only recognisable thing in life at the moment is Theo...(a very good thing!). I'm not complaining. I keep pointing out [...]
True! The Opening (excerpt from QG's website) We couldn’t have asked for a more wonderful opening. View all our images at our Facebook page. Together with our artists, our families, short and life-long friends, and the Queenscliff community we celebrated art and printmaking in our refurbished Wesleyan church. A huge thanks to those who were able to attend and for those who [...]