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Gwen Scott – Callistemon Swathe
Gwen Scott – Callistemon Swathe
Gwen Scott – Callistemon Swathe
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Gwen Scott – Callistemon Swathe

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ABOUT THE ARTWORK

  • Callistemon Swathe $595 - 49(h) x 48(w) cm framed in Australian timber.

    A reduction linocut which is part of my current series “Cocooning” referencing the human need to escape urbanisation and connect with the natural world to find peace, security and reflection. This is an original hand crafted, limited edition print. There are 12 prints in the edition and several artist’s proofs.

ABOUT FRAMING

This piece is framed in Australian timber ready for immediate collection.

PICK UP/POSTAGE OPTIONS

This Artist offers:

  • Pick up from School:  The Artist will drop off your item to the School for you to pick it up after the Art Show (once framing is complete, approx 4-5 weeks).  The Art Show Committee will let you know when it is ready for collection - Mount Eliza North Primary School, 6 Moseley Dr, Mount Eliza, VIC.
  • Postage: Not available

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Gwen is a Mornington Peninsula artist specialising in limited edition colour linocuts. She mainly uses the female form, flora & fauna and vintage fabric designs in her highly coloured and patterned prints. Gwen has been a recipient of several printmaking awards and a Print Council of Australia commissioned print artist twice. Her work is held in numerous private and public art collections within Australia and overseas.

The reduction linocut process uses one linoleum block for all the colours by layering the inks from light to dark, one colour at a time. Between each colour, the printing surface on the linoleum block is cut, reducing the surface. This means that an entire edition must be printed in one go - once you have carved into the block for the next layer, you can't go back to print more.