Masterclass Series 2022
Deep Cuts: Paper Engineered Linocuts
with brian robinson
saturday 30 july at 10am – 3pm
$120 including materials and light lunch
Join artist Brian Robinson in an exploration of the medium of carving linoleum and cutting paper to produce black and white prints that fuse patternation and flowering plants together to create hybrid species that spring and sprout forth from the page.
Printmaking materials and a light lunch.
There is opportunity to advise of any dietary requirements when making your booking.
You will walk away with:
A carved lino block and several prints of your design.
Other important information:
Please arrive 10 minutes early to avoid late starts.
Please allow time to find an all day carpark.
Is this workshop suitable for me?
If you are a practicing artist, art student, art educator or someone with an art background/experience this workshop is suitable for you
What can I bring?
Closed in shoes
What’s the refund policy?
Refund available up to 48 hours before the start time of the masterclass.
Please note: when purchasing your ticket, the Gallery absorbs all related booking fees, however, refunds will include the ticket price less the Eventbrite fees (which consists of the payment processing fee and the service fee combined)
About the Artist
About the Artist
Brian Robinson has literally carved out a distinctive presence within a remarkably talented generation of Indigenous Australian artist. Raised on Waiben and now Cairns-based, he has become known for his graphic prints, contemporary sculptures and public art that read as episodes in an intriguing narrative, revealing the strong tradition of storytelling within his family and his community.
Like the tidal currents that course through the Straits, a myriad of cultural influences run through his ancestry and own lived experience. His family are fisher folk whose Roman Catholic faith exists in synergy with traditional spirituality. Robinson’s artworks present an intoxicating worldview. A constellation of details absorbs you into spaces that are at once foreign and familiar, and a gentle but liberating sense of disorientation and surprise takes hold.
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Main image: Natalie Ryan, Octopus 2017, porcelain and resin. Photo: Matthew Stanton.