Bruce Goold

Highly celebrated Sydney printmaker Bruce Goold employs thick line and broad colour in his vibrant linocuts and woodblocks to create images of Australian flora and fauna, as well as South Pacific inspired esoteric and symbolic subjects. His iconic prints utilise bold lines and graphic forms, evocative of the the black paper-cut silhouette portraits popular in 18th century Europe. This exhibition celebrates the richness and contrast that epitomizes Goold’s engaging works of art.

 

  • All prices in the exhibition are quoted unframed, unless otherwise stated.
Bruce Goold
Printmaker Bruce Goold was schooled in Newcastle and trained at the National Art School, Sydney. …
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