Danielle Creenaune and Angus Fisher – Manly Art Gallery & Museum

In News June 25, 2021

Image above: Danielle Creenaune  Epic  2021  lithograph, Mokulito and relief print  86 x 155 cm

To The Edges: 60 Years of Sydney Printmakers

Danielle Creenaune and Angus Fisher are part of an exciting new exhibition at Manly Art Gallery and Museum, ‘To The Edges: 60 Years of Sydney Printmakers’.

“By considering the use of the printmaking media in innovative and unconventional ways, as well as co-opting new media in the development of their works, the artists of Sydney Printmakers have worked ‘to the edges’ physically and metaphorically pushing their materials, ideas and themselves to their limits.

Sydney Printmakers is the longest-running independent printmaking membership organisation in Australia. It continues to demonstrate its currency in the quality and diversity of the work its artists create, and in the collegiate way its members work to share ideas and resources, and to support each other. As a group, it is thriving – and celebrates its sixty year milestone with this especially curated exhibition.” – MAG&M

To The Edges: 60 Years of Sydney Printmakers
Manly Art Gallery and Museum
Friday, 25 June 2021 – 10:00am to Sunday, 1 August 2021 – 5:00pm

Click here to find out more.

Angus Fisher  Fish Trap  2020  etching  76 x 56 cm