Exhibition period 23 April to 5 June 2016. All items for sale.
Established in 1970 at the Workshop Art Centre in Willoughby, Sydney, the Print Circle is a collective of dedicated women artists who are passionate about their work and committed to promoting printmaking throughout New South Wales. The founding aims of the Print Circle are to ‘encourage experimental and innovative techniques within the printmaking practice, whilst supporting and exhibiting the work of women printmakers’; an aim which is as ever relevant today as it was over 40 years ago.
Todays members of the Print Circle produce limited edition prints in various traditional media including etching, lithography, silkscreen printing, collagraphy, woodcut and linocut as well as solar plate intaglio and digital prints. Other media include monoprints, installations, assemblages and artist books, as well as mixed media monotypes, reflective of contemporary printmaking practice.
Vast Interiors presents recent works by the Print Circle in an exhibition that sees artists exploring ‘the vastness of the mind and imagination and the landscape of a life explored’ - the internal and the external: home, landscape, imagination and personal enquiry.
Vast Interiors - a proud part of the Print Council of Australia's Year of Print 50th year celebration.
The Print Council of Australia Inc. is a national, not-for-profit visual arts organisation that promotes an appreciation of contemporary Australian printmedia - artist's books + zines, digital art, works on paper, and printmaking - through exhibitions, publications and commissioned editions.
In 2016 the PCA celebrates its 50th Anniversary with the Year of Print - a diverse nationwide program of exhibitions, symposia, lectures and workshops that celebrates the depth and diversity of contemporary print practice in Australia and beyond.
Robyn Waghorn, Changing Horizons (detail), multipanel, 54cm x 198cm.