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Shining Light: prints by leading contemporary Indigenous artists from Nomad Art Collections

  Curated by Talitha Kennedy   An exhibition of limited edition prints by artists from remote Australia. Featuring works by: Nyapanyapa Yunupingu, Janangoo Butcher Cherel (dec), Pedro Wonaeamirri, Elizabeth Nyumi (dec), Bardayal Nadjamerrek (dec), Dorothy Napangardi (dec), Ronnie Tjampitjinpa.   Selected from Nomad Art’s comprehensive catalogue of limited edition prints, this exhibition celebrates the strength […]


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  • Pink Lines, linocut by Nyapanyapa Yunupingu
  • Lightning ga Gurtha, etching and silkscreen by Nongirrnga Marawili
  • Untitled, etching by Ronnie Tjampitjimpa.
  • Boongga - Bush Potato, etching by Butcher Cherel (dec).
  • Jilamara, etching by Pedro Woenameri.
  • Parwalla etching by Elizabeth Nyumi.
  • Salt on Mina Mina, etching by Dorothy Napangardi.
  • Narbalek, etching by Bardayal Nadjamerrek AO (dec).

Shining Light: prints by leading contemporary Indigenous artists from Nomad Art Collections

24 April - 31 May 2020

 

Curated by Talitha Kennedy

 

An exhibition of limited edition prints by artists from remote Australia. Featuring works by: Nyapanyapa Yunupingu, Janangoo Butcher Cherel (dec), Pedro Wonaeamirri, Elizabeth Nyumi (dec), Bardayal Nadjamerrek (dec), Dorothy Napangardi (dec), Ronnie Tjampitjinpa.

 

Selected from Nomad Art’s comprehensive catalogue of limited edition prints, this exhibition celebrates the strength and diversity of art from the Top End, Kimberley and Central Australia through etchings, silkscreens, linocuts and lithographs.

‘Printmaking has been the ignition for many leading Indigenous artists who headline contemporary biennales and win major art awards. Works by these artists have energised the contemporary art scene with powerful creations that roar with deep culture and gift us an experience of country. In light of recent grand scale installations and immersive media works grabbing attention in the big exhibitions and events, I want to draw attention to the intimacy of prints on paper’. Talitha Kennedy 2020

Enlighten Canberra

  Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin. Projections from the portfolio – Dear Gilbert…(Song for the Ichthyologist), by Jacqueline Gribbin 2017-2019. To create these works Darwin artist Jacqueline Gribbin revived a collection of old and forgotten relief printing blocks of scientific drawings by Gilbert Percy Whitley (Ichthyologist and Curator of Fishes, Australian Museum, 1922-1964).  


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  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • The Old Wife by relief etching by Jacqueline Gribbin, 19.5 x 25 cm
  • Walking Fishes of the Derwent, relief, etching, drypoint, chine colle

Enlighten Canberra

01 March - 08 March 2020

 

Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin.

Projections from the portfolio – Dear Gilbert…(Song for the Ichthyologist), by Jacqueline Gribbin 2017-2019. To create these works Darwin artist Jacqueline Gribbin revived a collection of old and forgotten relief printing blocks of scientific drawings by Gilbert Percy Whitley (Ichthyologist and Curator of Fishes, Australian Museum, 1922-1964).

 

Recent Prints by Neridah Stockley

  Neridah Stockley is a Northern Territory artist who lives and works in Alice Springs. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (painting) from the National Art School in Sydney, 2001, and has been an arts worker for Papunya Tula Artists, Bindi Inc. and Maruku Arts.   This series of etchings by renown Alice Springs […]


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  • Fremantle, soft ground aquatint etching with mono printing
  • Park, soft ground aquatint etching with mono printing
  • Jordan, soft ground aquatint etching with chine collé
  • Morocco, soft ground aquatint etching with chine collé
  • Port Fremantle, soft ground aquatint etching with mono printing
  • Tank, soft ground aquatint etching with mono printing

Recent Prints by Neridah Stockley

20 January - 17 February 2020

 

Neridah Stockley is a Northern Territory artist who lives and works in Alice Springs. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (painting) from the National Art School in Sydney, 2001, and has been an arts worker for Papunya Tula Artists, Bindi Inc. and Maruku Arts.

 

This series of etchings by renown Alice Springs based artist Neridah Stockley was editioned at Basil Hall Editions, Braidwood, NSW in 2019. The collection includes evocative studies of Fremantle, Jordan and Morocco. Stockley’s paired back images draw upon elements of line, space, shape and colour to capture the essence of these urban landscapes.