Invitation to Strange to Behold

Strange to Behold Exhibition

A series of images that evoke the space between the ordinary and the uncanny.

There are unlikely encounters between animals, plants which curl and furl and scenarios encapsulated in jars. Some of these are playful imaginings whilst others touch on environmental concerns and anxieties we hold about changes in the natural world. Presented in part as a group of specimens to be looked at anew for clues they may hold.



Susan Sarandon visits

NEWS: Susan Sarandon visits!

Now part of Susan Sarandon’s art collection are works by Paul Compton and Christina Gordon.
Arriving Friday, fresh off the plane from L.A, Susan Sarandon explores the amazing talent on offer at Printmaker Gallery! Before too long, she acquires two of Christina Gordon’s mono prints. She returns twice the next day! intrigued by Paul Compton’s collage works and takes with her ‘Thought Jabber’ pictured framed below

Kyoko Imazu & Damon Kowarsky Exhibition

Printmaker Gallery is proud to present a retrospective exhibition of works chosen from 2010 to 2015, as highlights from the ongoing collaborative practice of Kyoko Imazu and Damon Kowarsky.

This exhibition leads the viewer through a visual journey of observations and intense imaginings, exploring themes including nature, science, art and technology.

Kyoko and Damon’s meticulously constructed etchings, draw us into a fantastical world of macabre humour, mystery and wonder.


Opening Thursday 7th April 6-8pm
Artist Talk Saturday 9th April 2pm

Goldfields artist Kim Barter has a deep engagement with her environment. In this new body of work she investigates the way in which we surround ourselves and identify with the objects that we select, gather and arrange.

With a focus on the ‘Chair’ Barter examines the visual, emotional and practical importance of these objects. Objects that carry story….’It is fascinating to imagine what role chairs or a chair may have played in a private or public place over generations.’

‘BIG OBJECTS’ combines mono prints with three-dimensional wall based works and artist books.