Emerging Printmaker Julie Todd
examines the personal effect of a life time
spent by Tasmania’s moody coastal waters.
“I go into nature to be soothed and healed,
and to have my senses put into order.”
– John Burroughs
“Ephemeral effects created by sunlight, wild waves, gentle zephyrs, hidden objects or currents on water’s surfaces continually fascinate me. I am drawn to dramatic, unpredictable, weather-whipped surf; and equally, to the gentle serenity of still water. Weather’s elements, its effects and the ever-present horizon make me acutely aware that I live on an island; I marvel that I inhabit a world with its environmental intricacies and interconnectedness: one movement, one action leads to another, which leads to another…”
–Julie Todd (2018)
Sunday 2 – Friday 29 June 2018
9:00am – 5:00pm Monday – Friday
9:30am – 3:00pm Saturdays / Sundays / Public Holidays
Friday 8 June 2018, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Exhibition to be opened by Joe Bugden, SAC CEO
and Dr Jan Hogan, Head of Printmaking, Tasmanian School of Creative Arts
Salamanca Arts Centre presents the works of Julie Todd, recipient of the Salamanca Arts Centre Emerging Artist Scholarship (awarded in November 2017).
Image Credits: Julie Todd