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Maddock, Bea, b. 1934
Tasmanian born artist Bea Maddock is one of Australia's most well-known contemporary printmakers.
Sellbach, Udo, b. 1927
Udo Sellbach was a printmaker and a founding member of the Print Council of Australia and the Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board.
Greyson, Jenny, b. 1951
Greyson is an artist and teacher with an intensive career in teaching in South Australia. In addition to her art and print design, she also ...
Australian printmakers: Ray Arnold, Rod Ewins and Bea Maddock

by Arnold, Raymond, Ewins, Rod, Maddock, Bea.

This exhibition looked at 81 artists who live in Tasmania and share artistic devices and methods in their work, but remain as artists, decidedly individual. ...

Roger Kemp etchings

by Kemp, Roger, Kolenberg, Hendrik.

Organised by the AGNSW. The first major exhibition of the artist's etchings, accompanied by the publication of a book. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, ...

David Strachan (1919-1970) retrospective

by Strachan, David.

Organised by the SH Ervin Gallery of the National Trust of Australia (NSW). Sponsored in Tasmania by Grace Removals. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, ...

Lloyd Rees as printmaker

by Kolenberg, Hendrik, Rees, Lloyd.

Organised by the TMAG and toured to: Noosa Regional Gallery, QLD; Ipswich City Council Art Gallery, QLD; Gladstone Art Gallery and Museum, QLD; Gold Coast ...

Elaine Haxton, printmaker

by Haxton, Elaine Alys.

An exhibition of 63 prints by Elaine Haxton. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS TMAG annual report; UTAS catalogue Exhibition ...

Paul Zika: paintings and prints

by Zika, Paul.

Fine Art Committee, University of Tasmania Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Plimsoll Gallery exhibition archive Exhibition Catalogue: Paul Zika: ...

Screenprint; poster: Ray Arnold

by Arnold, Raymond.

Art Exhibitions Committee, Tasmanian School of Art, Facilitated by general purpose grant form the Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board. An exhibition of posters originally created for ...

Lloyd Rees: coming home

by Loader, Lisa, Rees, Lloyd.

Organised by Rockhampton Art Gallery, and toured to Townsville, Logan City, Toowoomba, Moree Plains, Bathurst, Geelong, Burnie and Hobart. Ergon Energy, Visions of Australia (A ...

The index of possibilities

by Milojevic, Milan.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS TMAG archive printout

Fred Williams: a retrospective (works on paper component)

by Mollison, James, Williams, Fred.

An National Gallery of Australia touring exhibition in conjunction with Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the Plimsoll Gallery Committee, Tasmanian School of Art. Source: ...

William Yaxley: the arrival

by Yaxley, William.

Organised by Plimsoll Gallery Committee, Tasmanian School of Art. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Plimsoll archive Exhibition Catalogue: William ...

Thoughts in the life of an axolotl: a survey of the art of Robin Wallace-Crabbe

by Wallace-Crabbe, Robin.

Organised by Goulbourn Regional Gallery and toured to Plimsoll Gallery. NSW Government through the Ministry of the Arts; Regional Art Galleries Association of NSW; Visual ...

Tony Coleing: collaborative prints

by Coleing, Anthony John, Milojevic, Milan.

Organised by Plimsoll Gallery Committee, Tasmanian School of Art. Funding ministry for Education and the Arts through Arts Tasmania. An exhibition of prints that resulted ...

Rick Amor & the graphic arts: selected prints 1968-1991

by Amor, Rick, Catalano, Gary.

Toured in Tasmania by CAST. The 50 works in this exhibition of Rick Amor's prints were selected late in November 1991. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition ...

A rake's progress: William Hogarth, Ron McBurnie

by McBurnie, Ron, Milojevic, Milan.

Organised by Plimsoll Gallery Committee, Tasmanian School of Art. The exhibition of prints by Hogarth from The Rake's Progress series, juxtaposed with a series of ...

Roger Kemp: cycles and directions 1935-1975

by Kemp, Roger.

Organised by Patrick McCaughey of Monash University and the Australian Galleries Directors Association. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS MUMA ...