Robyn Kisela: Using and Abusing Photoshop - Art Collector

Robyn Kinsela, Reminiscence (Budapest series), 2009. Pigment print, 62 x 63cm, edition of 10. Courtesy: the artist

Using and Abusing Photoshop showcases an exhibition of prints, photographs and mixed media works where Adobe Photoshop was one of the creative tools used in their development. When artist Robyn Kinsela uses Photoshop, it is as an art making tool within her studio practice. Kinsela does not reproduce original artwork nor does she create so-called computer art. On show will be editions of prints and unique works on paper selected from the past decade. Kinsela's pigment prints have been selected for the Hazelhurst Works on Paper, Outback Prize, Island Art Prize, Geelong Print Prize, Meroogal Historic Houses Trust travelling exhibition and 2012 Fisher's Ghost Works on Paper.

Opening: 1pm Saturday 17 November 2012
Exhibition closes: 25 January 2013
Location: Artroomers Artspace, 6/227 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW 2575
Contact: 02 4781 3565

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