Jenny Kitchener

In Conversation with Jenny Kitchener

Jenny Kitchener’s Pollinate Too is currently up on our walls. A selection of prints from a wider body of work, Pollinate, recently exhibited at Grafton Regional Gallery, these prints give focus to the integral role of Australian pollinating birds and insects. Through her prints, Kitchener reminds us of the delicate relationships that exist within, and support much Continue reading


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In Conversation with Anne Starling

Anne Starling is an artist whose intricate linocuts and woodblocks of the “post-industrial landscape” have provided her a close following and critical acclaim as a contemporary printmaker. Most recently, Starling has accumulated and long and well-deserved list of accolades: she has been shortlisted for the The Swan Hill Print and Drawing Award (Vic), The Fleurieu Biennale (WA), Continue reading


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MELISSA SMITH – BECKONED INTO THE BLUE

Accompanying Melissa Smith’s upcoming exhibition The Blue of Distance, ‘Beckoned into the Blue’ is an insightful essay by Janet Fenton. The text beautifully reflects upon Smith’s work and its inspirations. We’re honoured to share it with you here. _____________   Time spent in a wild place provides space to be aware. To notice the wind, tide, sea Continue reading


Wayne Viney

Wayne Viney: In Conversation

Ahead of his upcoming exhibition TRANSIENCE: The Lake Charm Series we sat down with Port Jackson Press artist Wayne Viney, asking him about the inspiration, creation and vision behind this, his latest body of work. ____________   First of all, congratulations on your upcoming exhibition. It’s a beautiful progression of your previous work, but also a Continue reading


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

IN ANTICIPATION: SOPHIA SZILAGYI’S PRINTS

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


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Introducing Archives

Established in 1975, our collection of prints and artists is extensive – comprising the finest examples of Australian printmaking and printmakers of the past forty-three years! It’s a lineage we’re incredibly proud of. Each month Archives will curate an online exhibition of ten prints from our drawers to show off the wealth of contemporary prints Continue reading