Prints from acknowledged artists throughout history will be on view at the Gallery exhibition
The major exhibition, Stopping Time: Material prints from 3000BCE to Now, is now on display until November 16 at the Gympie Regional Gallery.
It explores various forms of printmaking through the ages and demonstrates the power of prints to suspend time, as a fleeting second captured by a shutter or by a skillful hand.
Prints from acknowledged artists throughout history will be on view, such as Margaret Preston, Albrecht Durer, William Blake, Goya, Walter Crane, Arthur Boyd and John Coburn to name a few.
There are loads of public programs planned for the duration of the exhibition, including a workshop by Brisbane -based artists Blair Coffey and Ali Bezer, and an artist talk by curator Ross Woodrow.
This exhibition is being presented in partnership with Griffith University and Newcastle Art Gallery.