Print Workshop Skopelos Island Greece
June 27 July 10 - 2016
David Frazer & Steph Bolt
David Frazer has conducted many workshops in Universities, TAFES, and Community printmaking studios around Australia.
About David Frazer
David Frazer has exhibited nationally and internationally with over 35 solo exhibitions since 1996 and a number of group exhibitions and prizes throughout Australia, China, the UK and Poland. Major prizes include: 2013 People's Choice Award at the Fremantle Print Award; 2013 People's Choice Award at the Hutchins Art on Paper Prize; Winner of the 1st Guanlan International Print Biennial, China (2007); Winner of the Broken Hill Outback Art Prize (2004); Runner up in the 2007 Burnie Print prize; Acquisition prizes at the Geelong Print Prize and the Silk Cut Award for Lino cut prints. In 2007, the ABC produced a half hour documentary on David as part of the Artist at Work series. His work is represented throughout Australia and overseas including the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery Of Victoria, The National Library of Australia, the National Museum of China, the Royal Academy of Art in London, and most regional galleries in Australia.
About Wood Engravings
Wood engraving is an age-old relief print-making method used for creating small and highly-detailed images. It was traditionally used to illustrate books, with blocks being the same height as the letterpress characters that formed the text. It is particularly well-suited to achromatic graphic artworks, with strong contrasts (lights and darks) and areas of textured shadows.