The Columbian has landed

This exceptional (1857) Columbian printing press has just joined the Swan River Print Studio presses! Needless to say, we are over the moon. Its a beauty… and a relief print-maker’s dream.

Columbian printing press (1857)

Melville on Show: Katie Glaskin

The City of Melville has launched a series of exhibitions running from February to November 2021 called Melville on Show,  showcasing the talents of Melville artists.

I am delighted to have been invited to be the first artist featured in the Melville on Show series.

My Numbat series was recently acquired for the City of Melville Art Collection and you can view these prints in the ground floor foyer of the City Council (City of Melville, 10 Almondbury Road, Booragoon, next to Garden City) along with a wider selection of my prints. On the second floor of the building (where the annual Melville Art Award has usually been held) you will find 22 of my paintings from two of my series: my Extinction series, and my Denmark series.

The exhibition runs from 28 Jan – end of March, and you can visit it Mon-Fri between 9-5pm.

1851 Watts Albion tabletop press

Illustrating Anthropology

A number of my linocut prints (relating to my research on extinction) are currently being exhibited as part of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland’s online Illustrating Anthropology exhibition, which explores human lives around the world through comics, drawings, and paintings of anthropological research:

and see: https://www.instagram.com/p/CHkFZ0Ugvie/

Some of these linocut prints are additionally being exhibited as part of the Being Human Festival in the UK at the Bloc Project, Sheffield,UK,December 8-12, 2020.

Bodies of Work

This Friday 31st July, the Printmaker’s Association of Western Australia’s (PAWA’s) ‘Bodies of Work’ exhibition opens at the Moore’s Building Contemporary Art Gallery in Fremantle (46 Henry St, Fremantle). The opening is from 6-8pm and the exhibition, which comprises works from PAWA members, runs until the 16 August. The exhibition is a combination of ‘bodies of work’ from a number of PAWA members as well as single work contributions from other members.

Katie Glaskin, The Waratah and the Thylacine E.V.1

Six works from my ‘The Waratah and the Thylacine’ series are being shown.

Many thanks to PAWA for creating this opportunity.