Tuesday, October 26, 2010

COFA Annual 2010

Howdy guys!

Come join us at the COFA Annual 2010 to see the new AMAZING body of work from two Dirty Hands members - Jess Hodgkinson and Helen Daley! Really exciting and it should not be missed! 

Exhibition: Nov 23-29, Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm, Sat, 9am-1pm
CarriageWorks 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh

"Every year the COFA Annual launches the next generation of fine artists, media artists and designers. This massive exhibition features a stunning array of animation, ceramics, drawing, digital imaging, environments, graphics, installation, interactive media, jewellery, motion graphics, objects, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, sound, textiles and video works by COFA’s more than 350 graduating students."

A for ANNUAL artwork by Barbara Neuhold.

See you there! x DH

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Torn Edges- Dirty Hands Printmakers - a collection of images from the show

A selection of images from Dirty Hands' show Torn Edges, just in case you missed it!

It was a great experience for all of us, and looking back on the Gallery shots, 

we had pretty amazing space. Thankyou all again!

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Dirty Hands: Torn Edges  opening on Tuesday 22 June and ran until 10 July. This is pictures from the opening night, hope you like!! x DH

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Dirty Hands Torn Edges @ Hardware Gallery

So it's the countdown now... Dirty Hands, Torn Edges is set to go on the 22 June... 15 Days!
check out the Hardware Gallery website  for further details and some images of the work you can expect to see!
Looking forward to seeing ya'll soon.
xx DH

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Dirty Hands: Torn Edges

Dirty Hands - Torn Edges
Is Dirty Hands Collective's 3rd group show, showcasing a wide array of printmaking practices commonly (and not so commonly) used today.
Dirty Hands - Torn Edges, is a collaboration between 9 talented young printmakers with a multitude of different aesthetic and conceptual practices, each testing the boundaries of their practice and taking printmaking to the cutting edge.
Dirty Hands, has chosen to adopt the concept of torn edges for their show at Hardware Gallery. Referencing the deckled edge often seen in fine art printmaking, and also the tearing away from traditional practices of printmaking and testing new boundaries, playing with combinations of new and old techniques, whilst still retaining a love for quality fine art printmaking.

More Dirty interest from the Bold Italics crew

dirty hands.

i've just got passed over the portfolio of old friend of mine Gocken Altinok, who's just about to round up studying Fine Art/Printmaking over at COFA. Always keen to share the love, check it out here, along with the work of the rest of her crew at Dirty Hands Printmakers.