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inkandbaren Michelle Black Printmaker
Work-from-home graphic designer, visual artist, printmaker and mum.
Capricorn Coast, Central Queensland, Australia.
Posted at: 2019-04-08 08:55:04
Yesss! Every time you purchase something, even something as small as a card, from a small local business or local artist or community gallery, you make a real person’s heart sing and you don’t line the pocket of Mr Hallmark!
Support local and your locals will love you 🧡💚🧡
Posted at: 2019-04-01 03:38:00
Posted at: 2019-03-30 22:19:52
Ok, so here I am... I am thrilled to be working in tandem with amazing local artists Emma Ward, Erin Dunne, Amber Countryman, Veronika Zeil and Anitha Menon on Counterparts.
Thank you to the Rockhampton Art Gallery for the fabulous project and all that I will learn in the process, all of my arty pals for your amazing support and inspiration and Regional Arts Australia Flying Arts Alliance Inc for funding the project.
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Counterparts | Introducing Michelle Black
With a foundation in urban and graphic design, Michelle Black (@inkandbaren) has always had a passion and talent for visual mediums. A foundation member of the Capricornia Printmakers Inc., Black enjoys a looser and more spontaneous artistic practice which contrasts against the often methodical monoprint, collagraph and lithographic printing processes. Deriving inspiration from the environment, family history and her travels, Black is experimental in her approach and frequently explores artist book forms and 'out of frame' techniques.
Rockhampton Art Gallery welcomes Michelle Black to Counterparts, an exhibition which brings together regional female artists through an exploration of works held within the Gallery's Collection.
Counterparts has been generously funded by Regional Arts Australia Flying Arts Alliance Inc, an Australian Government Program that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia.
I am grateful to have been selected to participate in Counterparts at the Rockhampton Art Gallery. .
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Counterparts Artist Announcement | Counterparts is an exhibition that brings together the voice of regional artists through explorations of works held within Rockhampton Art Gallery’s Collection. As a collection, Rockhampton Art Gallery’s acquisitions disproportionately represent and favour male artists, yet statistics show the demographic of living practitioners primarily consist of women. Six female artists from the Central Queensland Region will undertake a one week research internship with the Gallery, from which they will access and research the works of female artists in the Collection to develop a work of art to be showcased alongside their collection 'counterpart'. Rockhampton Art Gallery is excited to announce participating artists will include:
Amber Countryman @ambercountryman, Anitha Menon, Emma Ward @emmaward_artist, Erin Dunne @erindunne_artist, Michelle Black @inkandbaren and Veronika Zeil @veronikazeilart.
Counterparts has been generously funded by Regional Arts Australia Flying Arts Alliance Inc. @flyingartsalliance#flyingartsalliance
Image: Julie Rrap, 'Overstepping' (2001), Digital print on paper, collection Rockhampton Art Gallery (purchased 2002)
Posted at: 2019-03-11 21:39:38
True that! And I do have loads of fabulous female artist friends who would love to have their artwork in your home 💗
Posted at: 2019-03-11 06:23:08
Lots of firsts in these little canvases to be delivered to Keppel Coast Arts to help with fundraising.
Playing with collage for the first time since high school 😳 That’s a long time ago now! I used a couple of my first wet cyanotype prints with textured acrylic painted book pages. I’m not a painter, so this is a first for me too.
Not sure it’s my thing, but I had a bit’o’fun making them.
Posted at: 2019-03-09 00:13:41
My Yellow-rumped thornbill lino reduction print in good company with this flock at the Bimblebox 153 Birds exhibition, showing at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery until 30 March.
Posted at: 2019-03-08 23:54:59
Had the pleasure of the company of these fabulous women in Gladstone on International Womens Day at the opening of the Bimblebox 153 Birds exhibition that is slowly flying its way around the country. Back in 2014 I made a reduction linoprint of the Yellow-rumped Thornbill to help raise awareness of the amazing biodiversity found on the Bimblebox Nature Refuge.
So great to finally meet Jill Sampson (left) and do the road trip with Michele Kershaw, Peta Lloyd and Nanette Balchin.
2 – 30 March, 2019
AT: Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum
Cnr of Goondoon & Bramston Sts, Gladstone, QLD, 4680
Bimblebox 153 Birds is a creative exploration of the bird species that inhabit the Bimblebox Nature Refuge. With spoken word, music and fine art prints, writers, musicians and artists have engaged with the bird species that make this threatened habitat their home.
Located in central-west Queensland, the Bimblebox Nature Refuge is a dynamic 8000 hectares of privately held, never-been-cleared woodland that exists on the eastern edge of the Desert Uplands bioregion. Although protected in perpetuity by a Nature Refuge Agreement it is not protected from coal mining and is currently at risk of being destroyed for one of the worlds biggest coal mining operations.
Bimblebox is home to at least 158 different species of birds including the endangered Black-throated Finch. There are also twelve species of conservation significance including the Squatter Pigeon and Grey-crowned Babbler.
Bimblebox 153 Birds brings together the creative contributions of over 450 people worldwide who, through their adopted medium, give voice to the many birds of Bimblebox. .
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