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Becc Ország

Since graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art from RMIT University in 2010 Becc Ország has held several successful solo exhibitions, including Nicholas Projects (2016), [...]

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 [...]

Catherine Pilgrim

Meticulous, considered drawing is the basis for Catherine Pilgrim’s practice including lithographs, drawings and textiles. Fastidious attention to detail is the common element with personal [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

QG&W is a proud member of The Print Council of Australia (PCA) - a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking. The Print Council of Australia (PCA) is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking.