Bruce Goold

Printmaker Bruce Goold was schooled in Newcastle and trained at the National Art School, Sydney. He was a member of the artist collective Yellow House between 1970-72. He employs thick line and broad colour in his coloured linocuts and woodblocks to create images of Australian flora and fauna, as well as South Pacific inspired esoteric and symbolic subjects. Goold has held solo exhibitions in Sydney, Melbourne and internationally in London and Ireland. He has received major commissions for poster, logo and interior design and worked as a designer for Mambo from 1992. His work is held by Artbank, Sydney; the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra and several regional collections.

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