Sophia Szilagyi, That quiet time. 2018. Edition: 6. 43 x 30 cm. $650 unframed


Sophia Szilagyi’s work deals with the emotional resonances of the landscape – the memories and feelings that we ascribe to particular places and become a part of how we remember them. In this imagining of the world around us, Szilagyi elevates the environment from notions of mere physicality, reminding us of their emotional significance. In Continue reading


In Conversation: Vanessa Wallace

Vanessa Wallace is a guest artist, whose sculptural curiosities will be exhibiting in our front window from the 9th until the 23rd of March. Oscillate interrogates the small moments of the everyday and investigates the intersection of public and private space. As a guest artist, we thought we’d do some ‘investigating’ and ‘interrogating’ ourselves with Continue reading

Stephanie Jane Rampton. The Oak on the Barrow, 2018. Etching and aquatint. Edition of 10. 20x30cm. $490.00.

Fresh off the Press! New Prints by Stephanie Jane Rampton.

Just because we’ve had a break over the holidays, it doesn’t mean our artists have. Over the summer Stephanie Jane Rampton has created four new prints. These prints sit perfectly within the existing body of work produced by the artist – they are exemplary of Rampton’s printerly prowess, as well as articulating her view of Continue reading

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A Warm Welcome to Warren Cooke

We’d like to extend a warm welcome to a new guest artist to the Port Jackson Press stable – Warren Cooke. Warren Cooke creates landscapes connected to his personal experience of place, depicting areas in which he lives, or has lived in the past. Not only literal, his selection of landscapes is also driven by Continue reading

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Technique in the spotlight: What is Mokulito?

Our latest exhibition True North Far South by Danielle Creenaune includes prints created through the Mokulito wood lithography technique. Indeed, this rarely-seen and difficult-to-master process is something for which Creenaune is widely celebrated. Yet, because of its rarity, this has led many of our collectors and gallery visitors to ask: what is Mokulito? As an Continue reading

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This month’s Curator’s Choice exhibition includes a new addition to the PJP stable. Clayton Tremlett’s etchings and linocuts deal with the Australian colonial subject, asking us to rethink the glorified histories of our country’s past. In his Beard and Influence series, Tremlett uses self portraiture to cast himself as some of Australia’s most famous bush Continue reading