Saturday, October 21st, 2006
Master of Fine Art and Design candidate, and HIP member, Selwyn Stein presented the results of his three year investigation in print into the interaction between water movement and light at a stunnig exhibition in the Fine Arts Gallery at the University of Tasmania this week.
Selwyn SteinÂ with a portion of his major work
Selwyn’s major work consists of a muiltitude of layered prints which, using the mediums of woodcut and collograph and a palette which ranges from greys throughÂ vibrant blues and reds evokes the many moods and patterns which are familiar and yet draw us into their continual shift and movement.
Light boxes and single prints
Other pieces used a more subtle palette and explored different patterns and mediums of presentation that ranged from light boxes to video projection. An exciting visual representation of what has obviously been an extraordinary journey for this printmaker.
Congratulation Selwyn and thanks for sharing this with us.