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Colographic landscape exhibition

Julie Irvin uses as ancient print process to bring the Tasmanian landscape alive in her Understory exhibition at the UTAS CCC Atrium gallery from June 20 until the 18th of July.

A life-long fascination with the Tasmanian landscape forms the basis for Irvin’s exhibition of prints which features ten large works produced collography, where textural materials are applied to a rigid board or “plate”. The artist originally learned her printmaking skills whilst studying at the Newcastle Arts School in the 1970’s before moving to Tasmania in the 1980’s.


Published on: 15 Jul 2013 3:02pm