Artist Profile

Clayton
Tremlett

Born 1964, Warwick, Queensland
Clayton Tremlett An exploration of the Square using the Colours of a Galah #4 $850 framed

Artist Profile

Clayton
Tremlett

Born 1964, Warwick, Queensland.

‘My work involves using various media to repurpose Australian history and culture. This includes linocut, etching, serigraphy, and exhibition curation.’

Residing and creating in Castlemaine on Dja Dja Wurrung land in Victoria, Australia, Clayton Tremlett is a printmaker/painter whose artistic inquiry delves into Australian history and culture. His practice involves examining and repurposing these themes, generating exhibitions and singular projects rooted in extensive research.

Renowned for his linocut portraiture, Clayton Tremlett’s work also encompasses expertise in etching and serigraphy. His diverse oeuvre includes wallpapers, artist’s books, collector cards, and both editioned and unique state prints. Each piece reflects a deep engagement with the subject matter and meticulous attention to craft.

Clayton Tremlett’s works are in the collections of prestigious institutions such as the Australian National Gallery and regional galleries in Bendigo, Castlemaine, Geelong, Hamilton, Mornington Peninsula, Wangaratta, Warrnambool, and the State Library of Victoria.

Moreover, Clayton Tremlett’s artworks have found homes in private collections across Australia, New Zealand, England, and Scotland. His work transcends geographical boundaries, resonating with audiences worldwide and contributing to a broader Australian identity and history discourse.