Feb 6th – 20th 2020
Hailing from Belgrave, Chris Lawry specialises in linocut, woodblock and dry point printmaking. She grew up in a small house surrounded by the forests of far East Gippsland, where she spent her childhood exploring this beautiful and peaceful habitat. Chris’s fond memories from her upbringing amongst the forest continue to inspire her art practice and her desire for a closer connection with nature. Created in three parts, the works are based on her nature walks through Sassafras as well as the Aokigahara forest and Nakasendo Way in Japan.
Opening Night Thursday February 6th, 6 – 8pm
Image: Chris Lawry, Bridge off O’Donahue Track, 2018, Linocut printed on Kozo paper, image size 75 x 43cm