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Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop (QG&W) represent Australian artists and have a predominate exhibition focus of printmaking and/or works on paper.

Together with the works on paper, QG&W often exhibit artists’ materials, journals, plates and tools, as well as artworks created in other mediums to educate gallery patrons about the artist’s individual practice.

Tiwi Artists

Established in 1989 the Jilamara Arts and Crafts Association (JACA) is owned and governed by Tiwi artists from Milikapiti community on Melville Island. Jilamara artists are nationally and internationally renowned for [...]

Helene Athanasiadis

Helene has degrees in Fashion Design, Archaeology and Art History and since 2006 has worked professionally as a field archaeologist, heritage designer, technical archaeological photographer and artefact illustrator. She is [...]

Anna Austin

Anna Austin is just one of a handful of mezzotint artists practicing in Australia. Her small prints are quiet and unassuming: cherries that float amongst pools of black, teacups balanced [...]

Jazmina Cininas

Melbourne-based printmaker Jazmina Cininas uses the complex process of reduction linocut to create anthropomorphic images, drawing upon both her Lithuanian heritage and Australian upbringing. In her work, the maligned dingo, [...]

Warren Cooke

Warren creates artwork about the landscapes in which he lives or has lived. Some feelings from distant memories drive Warren to re-visit places where he grew up; 'to rediscover parts [...]

Philip Davey

Painter, ceramicist, draughtsman and printmaker Philip Davey was born in England, arriving in Australia in 1949. His broad practice incorporates images of urban and natural landscape, as well as figurative [...]

Sue Ernst

I have worked in the creative arts for most of my working life after studying art at Caulfield Institute of Technology (now Monash University) and performing arts at Deakin University. [...]

Pauline Fraser

I am inspired by the natural world and my immediate surroundings. Marine life, animals, butterflies, birds, interiors of rooms, trees and places where I have lived are all a part [...]

Christine M Gibson

Christine Marie Gibson (nee Clarke) was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1946 and has lived there all her life, although she has travelled extensively overseas. Christine’s parents encouraged her drawing [...]

Robert Hague

Plate Series Blue Claude (after McCubbin) 2015 Hand gilt 24ct, lithograph on cotton rag paper 70 x 70cm (paper) McCubbin's failed gold prospector (Down on his Luck, 1889) sits mournfully [...]

Ying Huang

Huang’s work continues to satirise popular culture and political history. This work finds inspiration from Rose O’Neill’s Kewpie Doll, a character who is “a sort of little round fairy [and] [...]

Kate Hudson

Kate an Australian artist, with a background in textile design, makes richly patterned and decorative linocuts of native birds and flowers. She draws influence from Japanese woodblocks, Art Nouveau, the [...]

John Kelly

Painter, sculptor and printmaker John Kelly was born in Bristol, UK in 1965 and immigrated with his family to Australia in the same year. In 1985 he received a Bachelor [...]

Damon Kowarsky

Damon Kowarsky is a Melbourne-based artist working across drawing, printmaking and painting. He uses formal craftsmanship and precise art-making techniques to interrogate and interpret architectural exteriors and non-private spaces; [...]

Ellie Malin

Ellie Malin is a print media artist based in Melbourne. Working predominantly in relief woodblock printing and experimenting in other print based mediums. She completed a degree in Fine Arts [...]

Brett Mallon

Societies get interested in things that they are missing. We live in a world that demands enormous self-discipline and maturity. We’re surrounded by precision technology and massive stifling bureaucracies. To [...]

Marion Manifold

Marie Antoinette through the Notebook Printmaker Marion Manifold’s work is focused on female identity and body imaging. Marion has held a life-long fear and fascination with France and the Revolution [...]

David Moore

David Moore is the son of Graeme Moore, a well known Australian painter, and was brought up in an artistic household. He was taught to paint directly from life, studying [...]

Megan McPherson

Megan McPherson is a practicing artist and printmaker who works with paper investigating notions of identity and affect in space and place. How to measure and fix spaces, time and [...]

Jiri Tibor Novak

Jiri Tibor Novak originally from the Czech lands (Bohemia) in Europe, arrived in Australia in 1970 after which he travelled to Italy, Greece, England, Canada, and back to Australia, where [...]

Adam Nudelman

With an artistic career spanning 25 years, Nudelman has exhibited widely and his works feature in prominent private, corporate and public collections. He has maintained a continuous practice as [...]

James Pasakos

James Pasakos is an Australian artist whose core works feature scenes of the Melbourne Docklands and its surrounding industrial sites. Pasakos in recent times has been able to explore new media and [...]

Jim Pavlidis

Predominantly a printmaker, I have held 19 solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group exhibitions in Australia and the UK. Career highlights include: My portraits of Greek migrants to Melbourne [...]

Trudy Rice

Trudy has artwork in the collection of the Olivia Newton John Cancer & Wellness Centre at the Austin Hospital and other various Private Collections throughout Australia & UK. Her teaching [...]

John Ryrie

"While contemporary printmaking practice has witnessed the development of new formats for presenting the printed image, the work of some artists reveals a conscious continuation and reinterpretation of traditional forms. [...]

Gwen Scott

Gwen Scott lives in Melbourne, Australia and works from her home studio producing original colour and black & white limited edition prints. Gwen works full-time as a printmaker and specialises [...]

Lisa Sewards

“I see so much beauty in the parachute object, from its pure functional form to its rich association with past stories I have uncovered. To many people, myself included, they [...]

Lucinda Tanner

The tangible cultural heritage - buildings, town scapes, household items - of a particular society reveals much about the way of life in past and present times. My work is [...]

Stephen Tester

Stephen Tester has been fascinated with monochrome images ever since he made his first film contact print at age 9. The reliance of tonal values to convey the essence of [...]

Wayne Viney

Wayne Viney studied graphic design at Swinburne College graduating with a diploma in Art and Design in 1971. He became a full time artist in the mid-1980s and was [...]

Susan Wald

In a light-filled studio, she works on the monotypes, the most hand-made method of printmaking and the one most open to accident and resolution. Preoccupied with defining figures inhabiting their [...]

Andrew Weatherill

Andrew Weatherill is a Melbourne based artist. The appropriation of everyday objects and intervention through traditional printmaking techniques informs his mark making. Andrew is currently researching the concept of how [...]

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