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Exhibitions
A special event on Skopelos in 2017

A special event on Skopelos in 2017

During our Skopelos Printmaking in Paradise workshops last year, we witnessed a fabulous full moon rising over the bay on the Summer Solstice. Carefully balancing his camera on an upturned ouzo bottle, Basil captured this splendid event during dinner with his wife at one of their favourite tavernas on the paralia. Come and join us...
BHE's Skopelos Printmaking Workshop beckons in September

BHE’s Skopelos Printmaking Workshop beckons in September

This year’s group is getting ready for departure pretty soon for Basil Hall Editions’ 2017 Printmaking in Paradise on the beautiful island of Skopelos. Here’s a view of Skopelos Town from an early morning walk above the studio. Technically, we still have one vacancy in the workshop, to be conducted this year from Sept 4-17 by...
Harry Tjutjuna silkscreen and etchings on show

Harry Tjutjuna silkscreen and etchings on show

This is Harry Tjutjuna’s beautiful silkscreen (he’s seen painting the separate layers in the previous two shots on this site). It, and other prints made by the artist at the same time, is on show at Chapman & Bailey Gallery in Melbourne right now (until May 20).
Harry Tjutjuna silkscreen edition on show in Melbourne

Harry Tjutjuna silkscreen edition on show in Melbourne

Another view of Harry Tjutjuna working on a large silkscreen print which is currently showing in the Ninuku print show at Chapman & Bailey in Melbourne. Basil and his wife Pam ran a workshop at Kalka in the far N-W of South Australia a couple of years ago with senior Ninuku artists and they were assisted by then-co-ordinator Matt Goff....
Harry Tjutjuna prints at Chapman & Bailey in Melbourne

Harry Tjutjuna prints at Chapman & Bailey in Melbourne

Basil and his wife Pam had a great trip to Pipalyatjara to work with a number of senior artists at Ninuku Arts a couple of years ago. Harry Tjutjuna was still painting there then, and completed a large silkscreen print and enough painted acetates to enable Basil to expose and make a suite of etchings in...
One more from the Griffith exhibition on now

One more from the Griffith exhibition on now

This famous dress, which John whipped up very quickly and which won the 1969 Australian Gown of the Year Award, shocked with its bold design and bare arms! Kerri Weymouth’s striking screen print and the gown itself made a great double act on one wall of the main room in the Griffith Regional Art Gallery,...
Part of the current Kerri Weymouth exhibit in Griffith

Part of the current Kerri Weymouth exhibit in Griffith

This screen print, entitled “Mauve Droplet”, is Kerri’s response to the dress on the left; one by her uncle Ross Weymouth which won the 1977 Australian Gown of the Year. The exhibition featured most of the 12 winning gowns and 12 framed silkscreen prints done recently at BHE by Kerri.
Kerri Weymouth's prints launch in Griffith

Kerri Weymouth’s prints launch in Griffith

Basil was invited to open Kerri’s show at Griffith Regional Gallery last weekend. Kerri, from nearby Coleambally, worked in Melbourne in the 1980s with her fashion designing uncle Ross (Weymouth) and his partner John Claringbold. This exhibition featured some of their Gown of the Year-winning creations (now held in the Griffith Regional Gallery’s collection) and...
Kerri Weymouth exhibition at Griffith Regional Gallery

Kerri Weymouth exhibition at Griffith Regional Gallery

Basil has been working in the screen printing workshop with Coleambally (NSW) artist, Kerri Weymouth, on a series of  interpretations of the fashion design of her uncle, Ross Weymouth and his partner, John Claringbold, from the 1950s until recently. Many of their award-winning gowns will be on display in Griffith Regional Gallery from Saturday April 1 alongside...
Robyn Mayo visit from Tasmania

Robyn Mayo visit from Tasmania

Tasmanian (formerly Southern Highlands, NSW-) artist, Robyn Mayo, has also been up in Braidwood working with Basil. Her visit coincided with Jessie Pangas’s residency, so they are both pictured at left, admiring a first proof of one of Robyn’s full plate line etchings. Robyn has a solo exhibition in Launceston in March, so these two...
Merrepen printmakers with Basil Hall at Nomad Art

Merrepen printmakers with Basil Hall at Nomad Art

Kumbi, Margaret, Marita, Troy, Basil, Angus Cameron from Nomad, Aaron, Patricia and Kieren at the opening of Kidin-Time of Plenty. Basil and Angus travelled out to the community in April and spent a week working with the artists on 19 new zinc plate etchings. These were proofed, approved and then editioned in our Braidwood studio in...
St Vincent's Hospital Project at Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-op

St Vincent’s Hospital Project at Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-op

Once we had had our three workshops with St Vincents’ Hospital staff in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and collected their painted contributions for the Reconciliation Project Silkscreen Print, it was time for artists Bianca Beetson, Vicki Couzens and Jeffrey Samuels to do their thing. Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative in Sydney kindly allowed us to use their exhibition...