Clayton Tremlett

B. 1964

Clayton Tremlett is an contemporary Australian printmaker whose work is influenced by the country's historical narratives. Drawing on his investigations into the country’s mythologized figures, Tremlett reframes infamous bushrangers and vilified mothers. With adept nuance, the artist has shifted persistent stories of criminality into questions of perceptions and identity.


An innovator in printmaking techniques, Tremlett has exhibited extensively across Australia and is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, Geelong Gallery, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Bendigo Art Gallery among other public and private collections nationally and internationally.

 

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