Capricornia Printmakers Inc

DE 2021 Opening

Double Exposure 2021 | Catalogue

Front Studio and CPI Studio, Walter Reid Cultural Centre

Double Exposure is an annual collaboration between Capricornia Printmakers and Rockhampton Camera Club.

Double Exposure 2020 was cancelled due to Covid and while our normal venue subsequently closed we had a very successful 2021 Exhibition in the Walter Reid Cultural Centre.

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Facebook/TryBooking invitation and promotional image. Exhibitor Information.

Some of the prints and photos from the exhibition are available for sale, contact CPI or RPC for artist details to arrange a purchase.

The 2021 exhibition ran 10:00am-1:00pm Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 4-15 August, and 5:00pm-7:00pm Thursday 12 August. Pre-booking (free tickets) was essential for the Opening on Thursday 5 August 6:00pm under Covid restrictions.

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Covid-Safe Event Check In

Sarah Larsen, Printmaker
Des Dunne, Photographer

Des: 'I became interested in the migratory shorebirds after visiting Kinka Beach during their Australian migration. The Eastern Curlew particularly caught my attention and this photograph shows a number of the birds on the water's edge. We used them for our project to highlight their beauty and unique lifestyle.'

Sarah: 'On receiving Des's beautiful photographs, I was immediately struck by the movement and patterning in the images. I opted for a lino print showing both negative and positive space relationship and the movement of the water and foam set against the solid backdrop of the sky.'

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Eastern Curlew Summer; Des Dunne, 2019; Colour photograph

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Seashore Symphony 1 & 2; Sarah Larsen, 2020; Lino prints with autographical drawing and hand painted gold.

Lynn Zelmer, Printmaker
Mark Collins, Photographer

A novice photographer, Mark made a number of photo expeditions to explore landscape photography, including trips up Mt Archer for images that we could stitch together into large panoramas. Lynn then worked digitally with two views: one looking over Rockhampton, the other north over Iron Pot locality.

Lynn gave Mark technical support for lighting, composition, etc, to take a head and shoulders photo of Lynn which has been digitally combined with a portion of the Rockhampton panorama for an "in context" portrait.

Our work for DE2020 had essentially been completed when COVID interfered. Although Mark has been unable to participate further this year, the works on exhibition demonstrate what we accomplished together last year.

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Iron Pot Locality Panorama; Lynn Zelmer, 2021; Digital print

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Lynn Zelmer Portrait; Lynn Zelmer, 2021; Digital print

Angela Heffer, Printmaker
Allan Reinikka, Photographer

Allan has been photographing events in and around Rockhampton, Queensland, since 2000. Angela selected one of Allan's photographs of a Mountain Bike race at First Turkey Mountain Bike Reserve as inspiration for Double Exposure.

The artists decided to interpret the image from two different points of view: through the eyes of the photographer; and through the eyes of a spectator.

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Reserved for fun; Angela Heffer, 2021; Monoprint

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The Dust Train; Allan Reinikka, 2021; Colour photograph

Nora Hanasy, Printmaker
Simon Cox, Photographer

As there was no Double Exposure last year due to COVID restrictions, and we are still struggling with this virus worldwide, the theme of this pandemic seemed a fitting contemporary social issue to explore. How you interpret these works is up to you. We support the wearing of masks, social distancing and of course the vaccines available. We are both eager to travel again. We have family and friends both overseas and interstate that we cannot visit. The sooner we all do the right thing the better.

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#maskup; Nora Hanasy, 2021; Mixed Media

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COVID Years; Simon Cox, 2021; Mixed Media on Canvas

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Take a Shot; Simon Cox, 2021; Composite Photograph on Canvas

Sally North, Printmaker
Scott Reynolds, Photographer

Scott Reynolds, photographer and Sally North printmaker, decided to splash some colour around and show Rockhampton's historic Customs House in a different light with Scott's skilful photo, captured during a night light show at the Rocky River Festival.

Scott used the technique of in camera movement (ICM) with the zoom to create this unusual effect. Sally, thinking alternative print methods to suit the historic and colourful theme, used an appropriately suitable historic photographic printing method of gum bichromate to show a painterly aspect to this photograph.

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Customs House, Rockhampton; Scott Reynolds (Photography) & Sally North (Printing process), 2021; Gum Bichromate print

Peta Lloyd, Printmaker
Sally North, Photographer

As keen bird watchers, we decided to focus on shorebirds and their habitats in their local areas of Kinka Beach and Corio Bay. By making these artists books, we hope to bring a broader awareness of the fragile nature of these beautiful birds and their diminishing habitat.

We had made detailed plans for several field trips to observe, gather photos, printing materials, and above all, inspiration when COVID 19 emerged. Our one field trip to Kinka beach was a cold and rainy morning, both clad in raincoats, hats and gumboots, carrying cameras, drawing books and binoculars, and hardly a shorebird to be seen... a number of photos and sketches were achieved and some wonderful collections of shells, driftwood and plant material from this habitat were found.

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Shorebirds and their Habitat; Peta Lloyd, 2021; Artist Book

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Field Impressions - Shorebirds and their Habitat; Peta Lloyd, 2021; Small Artist Book

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Shorebirds and their Habitat; Sally North, 2021; Artist Book

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Field Impressions - Shorebirds and their Habitat #1 & #2, Sally North, 2021

Heather La Bash, Printmaker
Linda Rodgers, Photographer

Linda: Having shared some photos with Heather La Bash, Heather seemed intrigued with some rock images I'd taken at Farnborough Beach, Yeppoon. This inspired me to have some digital fun in Photoshop by overlaying the arms and magnifying glass over the original image. The see-through effect is a modern interpretation of film double exposure.

Heather: These works are an exploration of abstracted monotype based on seascape. Seascapes emerge from the variation in tone and shapes when the viewer allows themself a moment to rest in the print, perhaps finding something beautiful and mystical.

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Farnborough Beach; Linda Rodgers, 2021; Photograph

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Pushing Against the Sky: 1, 2, 3 and 4; Heather La Bash, 2021; Monotype

Linda Douglas, Printmaker
Sue Kraatz, Photographer

Linda: For many years, I've had a fascination with swans both as subjects of legends and as the universal image of creativity, grace, devotion, fidelity and peace. When Sue proposed the idea of a swan as our theme I realised an opportunity to use the image of migrating swans into various applications because prints don't always have to hang on a wall.

Sue: I was inspired by a beautiful marionette encountered in the Melbourne suburb of Canterbury to create my own version of Canterbury's Tales. In the original Canterbury Tales a group of pilgrims set out from an Inn on a journey to a shrine in Canterbury, Kent. In my story Miss Canterbury sets out from The Swan Hotel with her companion, a black swan, about to head on their journey and create their own tale.

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The Swan's Tale; Sue Kraatz, 2021; Composite photograph

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The Wild Swans; Linda Douglas, 2021; Cyanotype print

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Wild Swan dress; Linda Douglas, 2021; Canotype print process on cotton; Handmade dress (child size 8-10)

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Cygnet 1; Linda Douglas, 2021; Cyanotype print on fabric; Handmade Doll

Phillipa Sturgess, Printmaker
Sue Dunne, Photographer

A conversation over coffee led to the idea of exploring Rockhampton city locations as backdrops for images of the domestic in the form of a teapot and cup. After several excursions scouting Rockhampton's historic buildings and laneways we selected images that created an unexpected and intriguing synergy: curved lines of the teapot and mug echoing cast iron lacework while smooth, delicate porcelain contrasted against the rough texture of old bricks.

We both took this opportunity to practise printmaking techniques that we were unfamiliar with collographs and lino prints.

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Tea for Two: Teapot with Lace, Teapot, Lace; Sue Dunne, 2020; Colour photographs (3)

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Teapot and Lace Study; Sue Dunne, 2021; Lino print

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Smoko: 1 & 2; Phillipa Sturgess, 2021; Collagraph print

Phillipa Sturgess, Printmaker
Jasmine Mick, Photographer

'It is at the edges
that time thins.
Time which had been
dense and viscous
as amber suspending
intentions like bees
unseizes them'. (Kay Ryan)

Jasmine's self portrait shows a strong woman who fears she is becoming transparent, trapped in a world suspended in time and waiting for something to happen. Phillipa's fan design was inspired by the idea of time breaking and fading.

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Suspended in Time; Jasmine Mick, 2021; Colour photograph

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Broken Time; Phillipa Sturgess, 2021; Monoprint fan

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