A Printmakers Promenade is a retrospective exhibition of Australian based work by Natasha Gibson Scott
Tash moved to Australia in 2008 with her family – husband Emerson, 8yo daughter Kayla and 14 week old Jonathan. She joined Impress Printmakers in 2009 in an attempt to restart her art career in Australia – but the timing with family commitments and limited support was bad.
Fast forward to July 2016, and Tash joins the Old Schoolhouse Gallery in Cleveland. Within months she holds her first feature exhibition with the lovely artist Priscilla Jean titled: Live, Laugh, Love.
She continues to be a contributing artist at the gallery holding featured exhibitions in
March 2017 – titled Conscious/unconscious (With Artist Priscilla Jean and ceramicist Francesca Travers)
November 2017 – titled Straddie: The Spirit Within (with Artist Junita Grosvenor)
June 2018 – titled Triple Treat (with Artist May Sheppard and photographer Phil Robinson)
November 2018 – Titled Naturally Redlands (with photographer Mike Scott)
She currently also has work hanging in the group “My Horizons”exhibition in the Redlands.
After the exciting opportunity to exhibit at Scrumptious Reads in this exhibition – her next big exhibition will be opening on the 1st June 2019 at the Old Schoolhouse Gallery in CLEVELAND and titled #Timber&Tin – a celebration of our unique Queenslander architecture, and a celebration of our lifestyle and heritage.
She has also recently been invited to exhibit at the boutique Uki Art Gallery in the old Buttery on Kyogal Rd. NSW. Her most recent exhibition was titled Earth and Ocean featuring work by herself as well as Diane Johanson, Christina Mellor, Paula Peach and Jillian Bowles.
As a printmaker, Tash continues to grow her Australian Arts practise, rejoining Impress Printmakers, and continuing to teach linocut workshops privately, and at Scrumptious Reads, the Old Schoolhouse Gallery, Uki, and state and private schools (as a guest teacher). She is also a proud member of Redland Yurara Art Society Incorporated in the Redlands.
She aims to spread her love and passion for this noble artform through her classes and exhibitions, and seeks to connect with as many like minded artists as possible on her journey.
We hope you enjoy a look at the work that she has produced under the influence of her Australian Journey, and encourage you to follow her on:
and Instagram on https://www.instagram.com/SpottiClogg.