Jardin Majorelle IV und weitere Werke von Silvi Glattauer

Jardin Majorelle IV, 2015
60 x 40 cm (h x w)
AUD $ 730
Photogravure Printmaking paper
Etching Ink (edition of 15) (unframed)
for sale

A founding member of The Baldessin Press & Studio, Silvi Glattauer is a practicing photo-media artist from Melbourne, Australia.
The central themes in Silvis’ art works are underpinned by a love of nature and a deep concern for the environment, narrated through her personal references.
Silvis’ approach is to collect, to archive, to classify and to record. Combining multiple photographic techniques and a handmade aesthetic Silvi aims to create images that render time, place, and beauty palpable. In the process, her work invokes notions of materiality, object, and preciousness.
Silvi has exhibited throughout Australia and abroad, most recently at the Museum of Victoria and three times Boweness Prize shortlisted finalist. Major achievements also include winning the prestigious Nillumbik Prize and commissioned by the Victorian government to create a documentary series for bushfire recovery and memorials in 2014, 2016 & 2019. Silvi’s work is held in many private and public collections, including the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) and Geelong Regional Galleries, Melbourne Museum, State Library Victoria, National Library, Monash Gallery of Art and Nillumbik Shire council.

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other works by Silvi Glattauer

Jardin Majorelle 2, 2015
60 x 40 cm (h x w)
Photogravure Printmaking paper
Etching Ink (edition of 15) (unframed)

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