A survey of more than 30 large linocut works by Brisbane printmaker Wayne Singleton will be held in the Arts Centre Foyer at St Margaret’s Anglican School, Petrie St. Ascot.
The exhibition will have hand coloured linocut prints of Queensland landscape and cityscape that have been created over the past twenty years, including pieces that have hung in both the Silkcut and Stanthorpe Prizes.
The exhibition will be opened by Dr Natalie Wright, Senior Lecturer in the School of Design at QUT. The opening event runs from 3.30pm to 5,30pm on Saturday, February 23rd.
The exhibition runs until Saturday, March 3rd. It is being curated by the ‘friends of Mayo’ – the organisers of the bi-annual MAYO Festival in Brisbane.