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Luke Sciberras: Side of the Sky Prints

Six new limited-edition prints developed by Sciberras are being offered for sale. The proceeds raised from the sale of these prints will go towards the development of the artist’s first major monograph, launching alongside the exhibition, Luke Sciberras: Side of the Sky.

Feast, 2021 
Etching and aquatint on paper
14.5 x 19.5cm (image), 27 x 30cm (overall)
Edition of 30 + 5AP
Price: $350 (unframed)

Polpo, 2021
Etching and aquatint on paper
29.5 x 19cm (image), 39 x 27 (overall)
Edition of 30 + 5AP
Price: $550 (unframed)

 

Squid !, 2022
Etching and aquatint on paper
15 x 20cm (image), 26.5 x 30cm (overall)
Edition of 30 + 5AP
Price: $350 (unframed)

Ceviche, 2022
Etching and aquatint on paper
15 x 20cm (image), 27 x 30cm (overall)
Edition of 30 + 5AP
Price: $350 (unframed)

Meiji, 2022
Etching and aquatint on paper
20 x 15cm (image), 30 x 27cm (overall)
Edition of 30 + 5AP
Price: $350 (unframed)

Cray, 2022
Etching and aquatint on paper
14.5 x 20cm (image), 27 x 35cm (overall)
Edition of 30 + 5AP
Price: $350 (unframed)

Luke Sciberras draws inspiration from the immediate environment, working directly in the landscape, capturing elements, symbols, shapes and textures of places, usually over a series of visits. Upon return to his studio, he processes this raw material and, drawing on his memories and connections to local people, creates work that is as much about the process of painting as it is about the landscape where he began, and the place of the people within it 

Sciberras was born in Campbelltown and spent his formative years assisting artists in the Campbelltown artist-community of Wedderburn. From one artist-community to another, Sciberras has lived in historic Hill End since 2000, a town he first visited in 1997 as a National Art School student. C-A-C and BRAG both represent the artistic communities that are of central importance to Sciberras’ life and work.  

 

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