Lizzie Horne is a foundation member of the Black Gully Printmakers and the inaugural winner of the Helen Dangar Memorial Art Bursary, with which she travelled to Florence to further her printmaking studies in 2018. This project was further assisted by a Quick Response Grant provided by Regional Arts NSW through the Regional Arts Fund, an Australian Government initiative supporting the arts in regional, remote and very remote Australia.
Lizzie has exhibited her intaglio and relief prints at galleries including NERAM, the Brisbane Institute of Art, Impress Printmakers Gallery in Brisbane, the Uralla Print Gallery, Gallery 126 in Armidale, and has had works selected for the Inkmasters 2018 and 2016 Print Exhibitions in Cairns and the 2018 Stanthorpe Art Prize exhibition. She will also have two works in Sydney Contemporary at Carriageworks in Sydney in September, with the Impress Printmakers.
Lizzie holds regular classes and workshops in linocut and drypoint etching at her home studio in Armidale, and in the Museum of Printing.
The road over the mountains
2 plate etching with aquatint and à la poupée.
First shown at NERAM in the “Kangaroos in my blood” group exhibition, this etching is a finalist in the 2018 Stanthorpe Art Prize.
Look! A wombat!
Dry point etching with debossing.
First exhibited at NERAM in the group show “If you go down to the woods,” this print has been selected for the Inkmasters 2018 Print Exhibition and Awards.
Ex Libris Lizzie Horne
This lithographic book plate was created by adapting the art work from Lizzie’s original black and white linocut “The hand that I love.”
Printed at Il Bisonte studio in Florence.