Tuesday, June 15, 2010

A Sense of Void: A Press North Printmaking Exhibition 15-18 June 2010

Hello, thank you for reading my blog on printmaking.

Friday night was the opening of A Sense of Void an exhibition by members of the Press North printmaking group.

It was an intimate opening held in one of the Jame Cook University building occupied by visual art students. The exhibition was a comment on the void of occupants within the building who are being relocated to another part of the university as part of the restructure of courses and use of buildings. It was also a symbol of the exchange of prints amongst members celebrating our different techniques and processes and bridging the gap of isolation often experienced from working in our studios alone.

The exchange folio encourages the collection of other artists work enabling the group to collect a diverse range of prints at the cost of production. I also view the exchange of prints as a creative partnership to get my work seen by a broader audience within the homes of others.

The exhibition is only available for viewing until 18 June 2010 at Gallery DG251 James Cook University, Townsville, Australia

Happy printmaking,
Jo Lankester

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P.P.S Confidence is a habit that can be developed by acting as if you already had the confidence you desire to have.
Brian Tracy

Jo Lankester, Stone Vlll, 2010, Sugarlift Aquatint, 12 x12.5 cm, Edition 20 $90.00 AUD

© Jo Lankester 2010

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