Fleur Rendell

b. 1971

Linocut print maker Fleur Rendell completed a Bachelor of Arts in ceramics and printmaking at RMIT in 1992.

Her masterful linocuts and works on paper are characterised by bold, clean lines and a vibrant colour palette. Her unique design aesthetic celebrates the patterns and shapes within nature and still life arrangements by condensing them down to their most succinct form.

Rendell’s works have been exhibited in Melbourne, Sydney and Tasmania. Her work is held by the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the University of Melbourne and the Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne.




In Blog

Fleur Rendell – Selected for the Biblio Art Prize

Image above: Fleur Rendell  Returned  2022  collage  28 x 35 cm, beside Sally Piper’s novel Bone Memories (2022), which inspired …

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Deborah Williams, Martin King and Phillip Edwards – finalists in Pro Hart Outback Art Prize

Image above: Deborah Williams The air smells different 2023 aquatint intalgio 53×39.5cm Congratulations to Deborah Williams, Martin King and Phillip …

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Salvatore Zofrea – ‘From the Collection: Jagath Dheerasekara & Salvatore Zofrea’ at Campbelltown Arts Centre

Image above: Salvatore Zofrea Catching fire-flies in summer from the series Appassionata: one hundred woodcuts no.15. 1994–1999  Jelutong woodblock  40 …

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