Christine Aaron

Christine Aaron, Porchester, NY, USA Making her mark in paper and wood with amazing effects. Zoneone Arts brings Christine Aaron to you… You call…


Jessi Wong

Rolls and scrolls, of paper and printing. Zoneone Arts brings Jessi Wong to you… Your work is in many Corporate Collections, please take one and…


Anita Laurence

Explain how your career in art and printmaking began? I studied Fine Art Painting at Prahran College and when I met my husband printmaker Bill Young…


Nathalie Hartog-Gautier

You comment,’ My work is focused on the voyage between people and their environment ….’  Can you explain this in relationship to your art work? My…


Karen Beauchamp

You original training was as an architect, how has this influenced your current artistic work? My architectural training is something that I am…


Joseph Austin

You use copper plate for your prints, discuss briefly  Copper is the best material for etching because its hard and durable, it also has manipulative…


Michaël Cailloux

 Your work is often called jewellery for walls discuss this in relationship to your work? I decided to call my sculptures “Wall jewelry” because I…


Joe Ganech

I first came across your work with Winston Churchill staring out at me.  Expand on several of your works where you have used famous people? I like to…


Prue MacDougall

Can you expand on your “performing magic” comment in relations to your art? I work intuitively with my materials, and also from my imagination so…


Lenny Lane

Can you expand on your innovative CV – Passport?  Inspiration:  The inspired process is a difficult thing to explain or put into words. I recall…


Trudy Rice

Discuss how your work has moved in direction via three solo exhibitions Fragility, Dragons and Banksias and Oceanus? My work has always been about…


Gail Kelly, County Down, Northern Ireland

Gail Kelly

You studied print making in both Ireland and America. Can you discuss the differences and similarities? I studied print making in Belfast at what was…


David Frazer

You have always wanted to be a songwriter, but realized that you were more suited to Printmaking. Discuss this in relation to you comment. “I think…


Gráinne Cuffe

Can you discuss the techniques you are currently working with? I am currently working with traditional etching techniques: aquatint and line. I use…


Ewan David Eason

Your early work was involved in the exploration of colour, and more concisely the colour concepts that were introduced by Paul Cezanne. Can you…


Jean Bardon

Your printmaking began in the Netherlands - can you explain the importance of your training in Amsterdam? It was completely central to my future…


Lester Hall

How important has your work with Maori and Pacific artefacts at the Auckland Institute and Museum been to your art? Contact with actual artifacts was…


Heather Shimmen

Can you please discuss the influence going at 14 with your family to Papua New Guinea has had on your art? Travelling to and staying on my parents…


Debra Luccio

Your current body of work was done from within two studios, The Australian Ballet studio and your own studio both in Melbourne, Australia. Can you…


Christine McCarthy

Your print making began in 1976 at the South Australian School of Art. Can you explain the importance of Barbara Hanraham in your artistic career?…