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  1. Year 10 Art Visual Analysis, Analytical Frameworks & Artist Research

  2. Kate Hudson - Printmaker • Australian artist • Was trained as a textile designer and worked as a free lance artist for 6 years in London before migrating to Australia in 1990. • Hudson became involved in teaching arts and crafts and re discovered linocutting. • She specialises in limited edition linocut prints using black & white and colour. • The subject matter in her works are native birds, flowers and domestic items to create highly decorative prints. • All of her colour linocuts are reduction prints. • http://www.katehudsonprintmaker.com/index.html

  3. Brush Wattlebirds and Banksias (from the Garden Black and White Series) • Linocut 22x27cm

  4. Rich and Lone’s Lilies (from the Garden Colour Series) Linocut 19.5x30cm

  5. Double Barred Finch & Nectarine (from the Round Bird series) Linocut 23x22

  6. Bottlebrush and Hibiscus (from Ornamental Black and White I series) Linocut 24x25.5cm

  7. Miniature Proteas (from Ornamental Small Prints series) Linocut 18x15cm

  8. The Blue Teapot (from House Black and White Series) Linocut 22.5x 27.5cm

  9. My favourite things...teapots (from House My favourite things series) Linocut scale unknown

  10. Deborah Klein • Australian artist born 1951 • Grew up in St Kilda and worked in London from 1973 -80 • Has gained qualifications from Chisholm Institute of Technology, Melbourne and Gippsland School of Advanced Education and Monash University, Gippsland. • Since 1988 Klein has held solo exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions in Australia and internationally. • http://www.deborahklein.net/ • http://deborahklein.blogspot.com/ • http://mothwomanpress.blogspot.com/

  11. Agathia pisina Moth Mask, 2009 (from Myth-entomology - Prints 2007-2014) Linocut, hand coloured 15 x 15 cm

  12. Cairns Bird winged Woman, 2010 (from Myth-entomology - Prints 2007-2014) Linocut, 32 x 32 cm

  13. Lace Face Linocut, 1996 (Tattooed Faces & Figures 1997-2003- Prints and Drawings) Linocut 46 x 30cm

  14. Love Letters , 1997 (Tattooed Faces & Figures 1997-2003- Prints and Drawings) Colour linocut 46 x 30 cm

  15. Visual Analysis Here are some good resources on how to write a visual Analysis: • http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/writing/artdesign/writing/1.3.xml • http://twp.duke.edu/uploads/assets/visual_analysis.pdf

  16. Analytical Frameworks • The Formal Framework – used to analyse how an artwork’s formal elements contribute to its meanings and messages. • The Personal Framework – used to shed light on how artworks can reflect an artist’s personal feelings, thinking and life circumstances and how the viewer’s interpretations are influenced by their life experiences. • The Cultural Framework – used to identify the influence on an artwork of the context of time and place in which it was made. • The Contemporary Framework – used to interpret how contemporary ideas and issues influence the making, interpretation and analysis of artworks from both the past and present.

  17. Gordon Bennett Outsider , 1988Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas290.5 x 179.5 cm