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Jodi Heffernan’s work is environmentally focused. She looks into the Australian landscape, especially its coastal edges, to map patterns in the undergrowth. In this process the land we see everyday turns rare and mysterious. ‘Untitled (Grasses)’ exemplifies this. The silhouette of grasses ripple up the page, a shadow growing from the bright white beneath. Heffernan has used rice paper, imbuing the work with an enigmatic fragility. Grass becomes skin. Heffernan is represented at the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and State Library of Australia, among others. This wonderfully unusual work is a striking find for collectors of landscapes and prints.
Jodie HEFFERNAN (1967 - )'Untitled (Grasses)' 2007linocut on translucent paperEdition of 50Image Size: 25 x 25 cm Dimensions: 25 x 25 cm Signed: Signed 'Jodie Heffernan', dated and editioned below image.Comes with Letter of Provenance
Part of a print exchange between 50 Victorian artists, curated by Rona Green. This selection of works highlights the richness and diversity of the print medium as well as the strength of current practice. This collection was exhibited in Green’s hometown at Geelong Art Gallery in 2007 to 2008.
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