ABOUT THE PRINT
Jill O’Sullivan, 2020, The Guardian, Marker-resist open-bite intaglio print on Dutch Aquatint paper, 14.5 x 13 cm (print), 24 x 25.4 cm (paper). Edition of 30.
ABOUT THE 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.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jill O’Sullivan has been an active artist since the late 1980s, and has completed a PhD Creative Arts, Master of Creative Arts, Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours), Bachelor of Visual Arts and a Grad. Certificate of Tertiary Teaching. She has undertaken artist residencies in Wales, China and numerous Australian arts organisations and schools. The artist was a founding member of the Umbrella Studio Access Group (now Umbrella Makerspace Access Group) and despite relocating to Brisbane is still an active member when in Townsville. Jill has also lectured and tutored printmaking, fine art practice, drawing, project and concept development, painting, conservation and framing. Since 2014 she has been a committee member for the Print Council of Australia.
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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