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  • Michael Leunig Off with the birds Michael Leunig Off with the birds framed
    Year: 2020 Size: 41(h) x 51(w)cm Medium: Acrylic on linen Price: $4,000 framed
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    Size: 30(d) x 30(h) x 30(w)cm Material: Bronze pigeon and helmet (2kg) finished in sliver nitrate Housing: Repurposed demountable glass dome Medium: Assembled vintage drop parachute & red cross cloth, repurposed wood and glass Price: $1,850
  • Edition of 2 Print size: 40(h) x 20(w)cm Paper size: 45(h) x 25.5(w)cm Framed size: 92(h) x 72(w)cm Medium: Aquatint, etching & chine collé Price: $520 unframed
  • Size: 30(d) x 30(h) x 30(w)cm Housing: Repurposed demountable glass dome Medium: Assembled vintage drop parachute, repurposed wire, copper, metal, wood and glass Price: $850
  • Edition series: 29 (unique states)
    Print size: 43 cm diameter
    Paper size: 49.5 cm x 49.5cm
    Framed size: 57.0(h) x 56.0(w) cm

    Application: Relief etching on pigment rice paper
    Printed by Yuho Imara

    Price: $950 Framed

    Mapping the moon v1 is a cartographic process in a series of collaged prints. As it cycles through 29 phases, different mappings take place, temporally capturing the glitches, skipping and stretching, sometimes filling in gaps in the ways we figure out our knowings.

    This work was developed from an idea started at an Australian Tapestry Workshop Artist in Residency in 2015. Watching how the weavers interpreted the artists’ work, following the cartoon, and gathering their colour palettes of wool and cotton. Then transforming brush marks and colour into yarns. Making loops, hitches and weaves as they worked. I was thinking about making practices. How the materials hold on to the force and lines of flow of the weavers' work and their quiet discussions with each other about their decisions, after reading Tim Ingold’s 2010 anthropological work on making.

    The paper folds and flattens, holding on to the intervening actions as I make. The practices of making inform the lines, structures, gaps, and restarts in the artwork.

    Ingold. T. (2010). The textility of making. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 34, pp. 91–102

  • Edition of 53 Print size: 25(h) x 25(w)cm Paper size: 32(h) x 32(w)cm Framed size: 40(h) x 40(w)cm Medium: Aquatint, etching & chine collé Price: $480 unframed
  • Edition: AP of 15
    Medium: Sugarlift
    Size: 40.5 x 44cm

    Price: $900 (unframed)

  • Edition of 8 Size: 11(d) x 15(h) x 15(w)cm Medium: Multiplate etching and aquatint Price: $320 unframed
  • Medium: Oil on linen
    Size: 47 x 62cm

    Price: $5,200 (framed)

  • Edition series: 29 (unique states)
    Print size: 43 cm diameter
    Paper size: 49.5 cm x 49.5cm
    Framed size: 57.0(h) x 56.0(w) cm

    Application: Relief etching, hand-coloured
    Printed by Yuho Imara

    Price: $950 Framed

    Geelong Gallery Acquisitive Print Award 2017 (on loan during the exhibition) Mapping the moon v2 is a cartographic process in a series of collaged prints. As it cycles through 29 phases, different mappings take place, temporally capturing the glitches, skipping and stretching, sometimes filling in gaps in the ways we figure out our knowings. This work was developed from an idea started at an Australian Tapestry Workshop Artist in Residency in 2015. Watching how the weavers interpreted the artists’ work, following the cartoon, and gathering their colour palettes of wool and cotton. Then transforming brush marks and colour into yarns. Making loops, hitches and weaves as they worked. I was thinking about making practices. How the materials hold on to the force and lines of flow of the weavers' work and their quiet discussions with each other about their decisions, after reading Tim Ingold’s 2010 anthropological work on making. The paper folds and flattens, holding on to the intervening actions as I make. The practices of making inform the lines, structures, gaps, and restarts in the artwork. Ingold. T. (2010). The textility of making. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 34, pp. 91–102

  • Edition of 2 Print size: 40(h) x 20(w)cm Paper size: 45(h) x 25.5(w)cm Framed size: 92(h) x 72(w)cm Medium: Aquatint, etching & chine collé Price: $800 framed
  • Medium: Oil on paper
    Size: 11 x 16cm

    Price: $900 (with mount)

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