Artist Talk at Stockyard Gallery

4-6pm, Friday 11 May

Come along to this informal artist talk to hear Helen tell about her linocut prints and processes. The talk will be held in the gallery and she will bring some of her printing blocks and sketchbooks particular to the exhibition. This will be a chance to meet Helen, see the exhibition and learn about her work and this graphic medium. It’s a free event, enjoy cheese & biscuits and glass of wine.

Naidoc Week Linocut Workshop

The West Gippsland Arts Centre was so impressed with our work, they asked us to decorate a window
The West Gippsland Arts Centre was so impressed with our work, they asked us to decorate a window
Kids and adults printing their  linoblocks.
Kids and adults printing their linoblocks.
Elysha cleaning her linoblock in readiness for another colour
Elysha cleaning her linoblock in readiness for another colour
Kids print activity for 3-8 year olds
Kids print activity for 3-8 year olds

A win at Mount Baw Baw

Helen Timbury archibawbaw Presentation

I’m very excited to say I am one of four artists to have won the inaugural ArchiBawBaw Portrait Prize Exhibition at Mount Baw Baw.

My piece was a linocut of Greg Hollis, who has researched the area’s endangered and rare species of flora and fauna for over 30 years.

The Baw Baw Plateau is close to my heart, and I have spent many weekends there bushwalking and skiing, and even track clearing. I never tire of taking taking photos there. It’s a special place.

The other winners were Jessie McLennan, Elisbet Smedbakken and Teresa Schipano,

Speakers at the event included chair of Regional Arts Victoria Bruce Esplin and artist Peter Biram, who both spoke about the importance of art to regional communities.

The photo shows from left: Bruce Esplin of Regional Arts Victoria, MP Kim Wells, Helen Timbury and my subject Greg Hollis.