Scent of a Falling Dark linocuts

Scent of a falling dark
Katie Glaskin/Scent of a Falling Dark/ Linocut print on Arches paper

Scent of a Falling Dark is an exhibition of linocut prints and paintings drawing on historical images of the Tasmanian tiger to explore themes of loss, endangerment and extinction. The exhibition opens at the Moores Contemporary Art Gallery, 46 Henry St, Fremantle, at 6pm 27 April.

All that Remains (1)
Katie Glaskin/What Lies Beneath/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
And the End of the World
Katie Glaskin/And the End of the World (after Murakami) /Linocut print on Arches paper, edition of 20
Against the dying of the light
Katie Glaskin/ Against the Dying of the Light/ Linocut print on Arches paper, edition of 20
Disappearing Horizons 2 (1)
Katie Glaskin/Disappearing Horizons/Linocut print on Arches paper, edition of 20
The Fallen Dark
Katie Glaskin/The Fallen Dark/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
Portrait
Katie Glaskin/Portrait/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
Checkmate
Katie Glaskin/Checkmate/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
These Days
Katie Glaskin/These Days/Intimations/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
Apparition
Katie Glaskin/Apparition/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
Arrival
Katie Glaskin/Arrival/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
Butterfly effect
Katie Glaskin/ Butterfly Effect/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
For the term of her natural life
Katie Glaskin/For the Term of her Natural Life/ Linocut Print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
Climate change
Katie Glaskin/Climate Change/ Linocut print on Arches Paper, edition of 20
Remnant (1)
Katie Glaskin/ Numbat 2/ Linocut print on Arches paper, edition of 20
Version 2
Katie Glaskin/ Numbat/Linocut print on Arches paper, edition of 20

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