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Chaos and Order at the Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby

July 25, 2019




Anthea Boesenberg, Order and Chaos 1,2 & 3, woodcut monoprints, 78cm x 61cm, 2019

Sitting at the gallery invigilating (but not being particularly vigilant), it’s very satisfying to look at the work produced by my colleagues Anna Russell and Rhonda Nelson and I, and ceramicist Felicity Hall, over the course of almost a year.

Anna Russell, Updraft, monotype, stencils, 56cm x 76cm, 2019


Artworks left to right:
Rhonda Nelson, Anthea Boesenberg, remainder Rhonda Nelson. Foreground Jenga for visitors to play with and make Chaos out of Order.


Ceramics by Felicity Hall and Rhonda Nelson.

Invitation to my show at Art Vault, Mildura

August 17, 2018


Thanks to all the lovely folk at The Art Vault.

New Work

July 30, 2018


For my upcoming exhibition at Art Vault, Mildura.

‘Plantation’ 204cm wide by 67cm High, mixed media on paper.

International Biennale of Paper Arts

February 10, 2016


This will be a wonderful exhibition, and I am lucky enough to have been invited to send work from my ‘Text’ series of monotypes. Unfortunately I can’t get there this time. If you are near Haacht, Belgium, please go along. 

Warringah Printmakers Exhibition

May 29, 2014




Saturday 14 June

Etching & Relief Printing with Rebecca Baird

Sunday 15 June

Encaustic Monotype with Anthea Boesenberg

Saturday 21 June

Collagraph with Lisa Marshall

Sunday 22 June

Photopolymer Plate – intaglio & à la poupée Susan Baran

Saturday 28 June

Monotype with Helen Clare

Sunday 29 June

Traditional Japanese woodblock (Moku Hanga) with Rosanna Jurisevic

Exhibition Invitation: Marked by Water.

July 9, 2013


You are cordially invited to the opening of the printmaking exhibition Marked by Water on Saturday 13 July, 2013, 5pm to 7pm. Light refreshments will be served.

Public viewing & printmaking demonstrations: 13 – 21 July, 2013 10am – 4pm

Framed and unframed prints for sale.

Warringah Printmakers Studio Gallery
Cnr Condamine & Lovett Sts Manly Vale NSW

I will be supervising the exhibition on Tuesday afternoon.

Warringah Printmakers Exhibition

November 9, 2012


Studio members will showcase their prints at the Sydney Antique Centre Gallery, 531 South Dowling Street Surry Hills, from Saturday 17 December to mid January 2013. Lots of time to come and see original handmade prints by students, teachers, committee and other full members of the Studio.

Here’s some of my work in the show – layered Monotypes on tissue with encaustic.


Gallery of Lost Art

July 12, 2012


The Gallery of Lost Art is an online exhibition that tells the stories of artworks that have disappeared. Destroyed, stolen, discarded, rejected, erased, ephemeral – some of the most significant artworks of the last 100 years have been lost and can no longer be seen.

This virtual year-long exhibition explores the sometimes extraordinary and sometimes banal circumstances behind the loss of major works of art. Archival images, films, interviews, blogs and essays are laid out for visitors to examine, relating to the loss of works by over 40 artists across the twentieth century, including such figures as Marcel Duchamp, Joan Miró, Willem de Kooning, Rachel Whiteread and Tracey Emin.

The Gallery of Lost Art is curated by Tate, designed by digital studio ISO, and produced in partnership with Channel 4, with additional support from The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

The Gallery of Lost Art will last for one year before itself being lost. It launched on 2 July 2012 featuring 20 artworks, and a new work is added each week over six months until the exhibition is complete. Beyond these showcased works, the site provides a platform for interaction, discussion and commentary on the subject of lost art as a whole.

Jane Burton, Creative Director, Tate Media, says: “The Gallery of Lost Art is a ghost museum, a place of shadows and traces. It could only ever exist virtually. The challenge was to come up with a way of showcasing these artworks and telling their stories, when, in many cases, poor quality images are all we have left of them. The result is a new way of looking at art: an immersive website in the form of a vast warehouse, where visitors can explore the evidence laid out for them.”

Tales of Things

March 1, 2012


I’m thinking of using Tales of Things so that visitors to my exhibition who have androids, iPhones and iPads  (the well connected) can comment on the pieces, and add their own memories. Maybe I’m asking for trouble! Its a beta version, and there seem to be a few bugs to sort out, but its a very exciting idea, particularly for an exhibition about memory!

Through Tales of Things you can create a QR code for an object. If the code is displayed alongside the object, people with the right technology can scan the code, and read information about it. More importantly, they can add their own contributions to the online description, which others can read when they scan the QR code. We’ll see if I have the time, and can iron out the problems I’ve experienced with my first attempts.

Half remembered Text

Some work from the exhibition….

February 28, 2012


Wall piece for my exhibition: sumi ink drawing, relief and intaglio print, encaustic medium

Rain House - polymer intaglio print, encaustic medium.

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