Printmaker Cameron Fraser was born in Vanuatu and completed a Master of European Fine Art at the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, England. He currently resides in Spain. Fraser’s works utilise a technique of printing that employs carborundum, an adhesive grit, to compose images of floral specimens. Fraser has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney and internationally in the UK and Spain. He was awarded the Fremantle Print Award, Unique State Prize in 1992, the Canadian Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Scholarship in 1995 and the Dyason Bequest by the Art Gallery of South Australia in 1996. His work is held by several regional and tertiary collections in Australia.