As the year is gearing back up, we’ve been receiving more and more new work from our artists, who have been busy in the studio over the summer months. This week we’re thrilled to announce the latest two new linocuts by David Frazer.
Slow Boat (Study II) and Wounded Wood II both exhibit the technical mastery and narrative intrigue for which Frazer is known (and highly collected!). In intricate linocut details, Frazer renders his landscapes and characters. With such meticulous detail given to scenes of the Australian ‘everyday’ these print, Frazer transforms how we perceive the familiar. Objects and landscapes that would ordinarily be given little concern are instead offered at points of contemplation and particular interest – they are ‘characters’ of the landscape, imbued with their own narratives and unknown origins.
We are also excited to announce that Frazer will be debuting a major etching later in the year – so, collectors and fans of Frazer: watch this space!
You can view and purchase these and other prints by David Frazer via his artist page, HERE.