Unique State features new work by Hunter Island Press artists. Hunter Island Press is a not for profit organisation based in Hobart which focusses on the medium and processes of printmaking. [...]
Unique State features new work by Hunter Island Press artists.
Hunter Island Press is a not for profit organisation based in Hobart which focusses on the medium and processes of printmaking. The organisation provides facilities for printmakers in Tasmania and aims to promote established and emerging local artists.
In its simplest form, printmaking is the process of creating a print, like a stamp, transferring ink from one surface to another. However, the breadth of techniques, processes and materials grouped under this umbrella category is multifarious.
This exhibition presents works on paper using a myriad of printmaking techniques including etching, lino-cut, wood block, collagraph and digital. While many printmaking techniques allow artists to create multiples, a unique state print is one-of-a-kind.
Rebekah Francis | Kate Piekutowski | Diana Michalek | Chris Needham | Jenny Blake | Cath De Little | Patricia Martin | Anna Berger | Diane Masters | Janice Luckman | Alicja Boyd | Katy Woodroffe | Penny Ruthberg | Carolyn Canty | Jeanie Edwards | Luisa Romeo
Opening 6pm Thurs 4 May
Exhibition runs Fri 5 May – Sat 27 May
Image: Kate Piekutowski, The Ladies in Porto (detail), unique state multi-layered etching
4 (Thursday) 10:00 am - 27 (Saturday) 5:00 pm
Moonah Arts Centre
27 Albert Road, Moonah TAS 7009