Jill O'Sullivan, The Guardian, created for The Umbrella Print Commission.
The Umbrella Print Commission is an opportunity for audiences to purchase stellar work by celebrated artists at an entry-level price point by becoming a member. This offer draws upon the success of Umbrella's artists and its printmaking community at large. The commission features acclaimed artists and members Jill O'Sullivan, Susan Peters Nampitjin and Vincent Bray. In 2020 they each editioned 30 new prints to be purchased individually or as a bundle. The artist proof of each edition will also be held as part of Umbrella's print collection.
Umbrella’s inaugural Print Commission was made possible through the generous support of Ron McBurnie of Monsoon Publishing.
Jill's practice and research interest continues to centre primarily on place and/or the tangible and intangible elements of selective place. Her PhD at James Cook University focused on chorography (the subjective mapping of place and its elements as defined by Ptolemy 149AD and Plato’s Kora) while her visual research and interpretive practice drew upon the North West Queensland region. Jill began a serious art career in Mount Isa in the late 1980s through Flying Arts, workshops and the Macgregor Summer Schools, moving to study visual arts at James Cook University in 1997. While at JCU, she lectured and tutored in fine art practice and theory.
Materials: Marker-Resist Open-Bite Intaglio print, Edition of 30
Dimensions: 14.5cm (h) x 13cm (w)
All 3 prints: Sturt Creek (Claypans), Hillside Moondara and The Guardian
$240 (members) or $500 (non-members including organisations)
$85 each (members) or $185 each (non-members including organisations).
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