Above image: Danielle Creenaune Near ground 2022 lithograph on somerset satin white paper edition 12 43 cm x 37 cm
Following her 2022 exhibition, Inside Water at Australian Galleries Sydney, Danielle Creenaune is currently exhibiting in two international print exhibitions.
Having lived abroad for the last 18 years, Australian born artist, Danielle Creenaune, worked out of her print studio in Barcelona and recently she returned to live in Australia in 2019. Her central motivation “is the intrinsic dialogue between landscape and people, how landscape is perceived through our library of pre-lived experiences and the ways in which this is reflected through the visual language of gesture.”
Danielle is currently exhibiting as part of the 3rd International Lithography Litho Kielce, Poland.
This year, when I started the selection of the best prints sent to Kielce, I imagined all the stones that were used to create these unique works. And on the other side of this process, the imagination of the creators appears, often elusive, often undefined, looking for a form to express the inexpressible. And from this dichotomy something new – wonderful arises. Paradoxically, the effort put into the preparation of a new matrix seems inadequate to the lightness of the works created. The hard surface transforms into the most delicate artistic structure. Perhaps that is why lithography is compared to painting. And it is not only about the possibility of showing a gesture, but also about the very close contact of the creator with the matter.
– Mateusz Otręba – Juror of the, 2022 Kraków.
Danielle Creenaune Quadern de Pedra 2 2021 stone lithograph and chine-collé edition 12 26 x 32.5 cm
Danielle Creenaune Quadern de Pedra 3 2021 stone lithograph and chine-collé edition 10 26 x 32.5 cm
Danielle is also exhibiting as part of the Annual Original Prints Exhibition at London’s Bankside Gallery until 10 June 2022.
The Annual exhibition of the Royal Society of Painter-Print makers showcases some of the current work by the Society’s members, who are among the UK’s leading print makers.
Embracing both established and experimental techniques, the diversity of printmaking will be on display. The original prints in this exhibition endeavour to inspire artists and delight visitors.
To view the exhibition catalogue click here.
Danielle Creenaune Near ground 2022 lithograph on somerset satin white paper edition 12 43 cm x 37 cm exhibited at Bankside Gallery London.