Jeremy Barrett 'P24-11'

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With each work “an autonomous statement in visual art language”, artist Jeremy Barrett’s style is based on his observations of the world around him. In his prints, he explores the tensions between the natural and built environment through an infinite array of colour, tone, textures, markings and patterns.

In P24-11, clouds of colour fill the page. Pushing against each other, the use of browns and greens create a sense of groundedness through balance. Barrett’s work has been collected by the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, and Castlemaine Regional Art Gallery among other national institutions.

This print is a part of ‘Footprints’, a suite containing the work of 16 Australian artists. Coinciding with the international printmaking conference 'IMPACT 7 2011: Intersections & Counterpoints’, these prints reflect on the themes of sustainability, reconstitution and recycling. Inspired by their communities in Central Victoria, the artists responded to the shared passion for preservation and celebration of place through sustainable living.

Jeremy BARRETT (1936 - )
'P24-11' 2011
screenprint on paper
Edition of 25
Image Size: 25 x 19 cm
Dimensions: 28 x 22 cm
Signed: Numbered, titled, signed 'Barrett' and dated in lower margin.
Comes with Letter of Provenance

Counihan Gallery, Brunswick, September 2011. Curated to coincide with IMPACT 7: Intersections and Counterpoints, Monash University, September 2011.

Condition: Excellent

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