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Art exhibition | Southern Highlands Printmakers | An Australian Alphabet

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Where: Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre, corner Vulcan Street and Campbell Street, Moruya

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm

The 26 letters of the English alphabet are familiar to most of us, but perhaps not the way the letters are presented in this illustrative exhibition.

Each member of Southern Highlands Printmakers (SHP) was allocated a letter of the alphabet and invited to create an artwork inspired by and themed on Australia. The resulting exhibition is a diverse and colourful depiction of both familiar and lesser-known aspects of Australia.

The exhibiting artists used a range of techniques to create these stunning works, including:

  • silkscreen
  • lino
  • woodblock printing
  • digital printing
  • etching
  • lithography
  • mono-printing
  • stencilling
  • collagraph
  • letterpress.

Group profile

Established in 1993, the group is based in the Southern Highlands of NSW and currently has 23 exhibiting members.

Over the years SHP has built a reputation for quality and innovation with members exhibiting locally, nationally and internationally.

Public programs

As part of the exhibition program, we will be running the following events:

Visit our public programs calendar to book for any or all upcoming activities!