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QG&W’s Chroma Print Exchange

We have selected 25 artists to participate. As specified in the terms and conditions (below), allocation began with yellow and was applied in the order in which artists submitted.

Here are the details of participating artists and their assigned colour:

Jan Palethorpe – Deep Yellow

Stephen Tester – Abricot Yellow

PJ Hickman – Nasturtium Yellow

Clare Humphries – Vermillion Red

Hyun Ju Kim – Carmine Red

Damon Kowarsky – Geranium Red

Tim Bateson – Solferno Violet

Julie Mia Holmes – Permanent Violet

Soula Mantalvanos – Orient Blue

Sue Ernst – Prussian Blue

Silvi Glattauer – Cobalt Blue

James Pasakos – Cerulean Blue

Penny Peckham – Ocean Blue

Catherine Pilgrim – Spring Green

Ann Cunningham – Perm Green Lake

Keren Zorn – Medium Green

Paula McLoughlin – Sap Green

Louise Blyton – Yellow Ochre

Dorothy Leslie – Burnt Umber

Ros Atkins – Sanguine

Adrian Kellett – Red Ochre

Melinda Harper – Warm colored Sepia

Jim Pavlidis – Raw Umber

Emmy Mavroidis – Van Dyck Brown

Evie Carland – Paynes Gray



Terms & conditions the participating artists must meet

  • The full edition required is 28 prints
  • Artist’s work must predominately use the colour allocated to them (min 80%)*
  • No swapping of allocated colours with other participating artists
  • The full 28 editioned prints cannot have a visible variance of more than 10% and no more than 4 artist’s proofs should exist (please refer to What is an edition? Prints and Printmaking – a very short intro to terms and protocols)
  • Medium: Any form of printmaking (no digital or photography unless used as part of the traditional printmaking process)
  • Size of paper: 18 x 18cm (image/plate area can be smaller)
  • Exhibition: The complete 28 prints representative of each colour will form an exhibition at QG&W during November with other related works and coincide with colour themed workshops
  • Inks will be available for collection from Neil Wallace (You will need to take the payment confirmation email that we provide)

*Artist’s work must predominately use the colour allocated to them (80%)

This could translate in many ways, eg. use coloured paper as the paper colour isn’t considered a colour. But please be wary of transparent colours and how they may change. If you choose to only use your allocated colour, then that would equate to 100% usage, no matter what your print looked like.

Email us if you need clarification or call 5258 4927


Exhibition dates: Nov 3 – 30 Nov, 2016
Exhibition official opening: Nov 6, 2016



Nov Thu,3 2016 10:00 am
Nov Mon,28 2016 5:00 pm
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Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop
81 Hesse Street
Queenscliff, VIC 3225 Australia
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