2016 'Five to one'
Five to One is an exhibition of charcoal drawings, surfboards inlaid with images, and large digital prints.
These works reflect on the beauty of our natural world as well as the mystery of the subconscious through hybrid images and marine forms designed to trigger the viewer’s imagination.
The work references the strange and poetic lyrics of the 1960s rock group The Doors. They inspired a generation with lyrics that evoked imaginings of the human psyche.
Image: In the time of coral reefs (detail) 2016 charcoal on Montval, 440 x 184cm
Wednesday, 22 June–Sunday, 3 July 2016
Opening Event: Thursday, 23 June 2016, 6–8
To be officially opened by The Hon. Matt Foley
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Gallery opening hours
Wednesday–Saturday 10–4 Thursday 12–8 Monday/Tuesday Closed
2015 'MIRROR IMAGE: PRINTS AND PLATES'
A group printmaking exhibition curated by Professor Ross Woodrow, Deputy Director of Postgraduate and research studies at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. This group exhibition displays prints alongside their plates or "matrix"
- 28 April – 13 June 2015
- Gympie Regional Gallery
Mirror Image: Prints and Plates, reveals wood blocks, etchings and lithographs that are displayed with the block, plate or stone and includes printmakers Judy Watson, Tim Mosely, Russell Craig, Carolyn McKenzie-Craig, David Jones, Glen Skien, Claudia Husband and Ryan Presley.
2015 'The Body Politic'
Contemporary artists in Australia investigate place,
identity, memory and history through the graphic image. This show is presented at the Crane Arts in Philadelphia USA http://www.cranearts.com/
- Thursday 8 January – Tuesday 20 January 2015
- Reception: Thursday, January 8, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
- The Icebox
- Wednesday - Saturday 12PM-6PM
- Free & Open To The Public
Contemporary artists in Australia investigate place, identity, memory and history through the graphic image.
In terms of the number of artists and scale of the works included, this is the one of the largest exhibitions of contemporary prints and drawings to be shipped to the United States from Australia.
The exhibition The Body Politic: Contemporary artists in Australia investigate place, identity, memory and history through the graphic image presents the work of seventeen Australian artists. Although most of these artists work across different mediums, all have taken a primary interest in using print or graphic mediums and the printed or drawn image is the focus of this exhibition. Nevertheless, variety is a hallmark of the selection made by Richard Hricko, during his visit to Australia in August 2014, for this exhibition he has co-curated with Amze Emmons. The works by the artists range from artist’s books to printed surfboards, with the majority of the work specifically produced or adapted for display in the massively scaled ICE Box Project Space at Crane Arts.
The artists represented are Staff, Adjuncts or Postgraduate students from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia and the exhibition has been supported by the Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research. QCA is the oldest university-based art school in Australia and has developed a close relationship with Tyler School of Art, Temple University and the Crane Arts Centre in Philadelphia over the past decade.
The Artists are: Jennifer Andrews, Blair Coffey, Clare Cowley, Carolyn Craig, Russell Craig, Paul Eves, Evan Gardner, David Jones, Tim Mosley, Bill Platz, Ryan Presley, Jude Roberts, Michelle Roberts, Jenny Sanzaro-Nishimura, Glen Skien, Jonathan Tse and Judy Watson
(1) Beneath the Water Line – Surfboards 1,2,3 & 4
installation, four surfboards
(each board 208.3 x 53 x 7cm)
drawings digitally composed and printed on fabric inlayed into the top deck of each surfboard.
installation, digital prints on two scrolls of Hahnemuhle paper
two scrolls, each 1200 x 93cm
Crane International Project Space (gallery 105), Crane Art Centre, 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia, USA. An exhibition of large scale digital prints. In collaboration with artists Glen Skien and Tim Mosely. "Beneath the surface" is the overall title of this combined solo exhibition project. 13thFebruary to 6th March
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Redlands Art Gallery, Cleveland. An exhibition presenting large scale drawings inspired by travels and the sea. 3rd November to 8th December
2011 'Altered States'
Redcliffe City Art Gallery. A survey exhibition presenting prints drawings and works on paper. 1st to 24th December
2011 'Tokyo Residency'
October 2011 Residency at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts
2010 'Objects of Navigation'
Fortyfivedownstairs Gallery, Melbourne. 28th September to 9th October 2010
Brisbane Powerhouse 6th to 25th October 2009