Australian fine art by Jasper Knight at Etching House –
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Australian Jasper Knight has developed a strong following over the past few years as a very respected young artist with a great future in the Australian world of art, his original paintings, etchings, limited edition fine art etching prints, collagraph and silkscreen works have all been well sort after and sold out quickly, Etching House has a collection of Jasper Knights fine art etchings and prints in stock.
Jasper Knight was born in Sydney in 1978.
In 2002-2003 Jasper Knight completed a Master of Arts at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW Sydney.
Jasper Knight in 2005, 2006 and 2007 was a finalist in the Archibald Prize and he was also exhibited in the Wynne Prize in 2005 and 2006.
Jasper Knight was awarded an Australia Council New Work grant in 2006 from the Freedman Foundation Scholarship and The Rocks Art Prize.
Jasper Knight has also been a finalist in the Blake Prize, the ABN-Amro Prize, the Mosman Art Prize, the Helen Lempriere Prize and the Brett Whiteley Prize and has shown in and organized exhibitions in numerous venues, including every major artist-run space in Sydney.
Jasper Knight started the Half Dozen Artist-run Initiatives and it has since shown over 150 artists in four countries.
Jasper Knight in 2007 opened Chalk Horse Gallery with the generous support of the Australia Council and the City of Sydney. Jasper had shows in 2007 in Berlin, London (Tidemark, COSA), Melbourne (Metro 5), Perth (Greenhill Gallery) and Sydney.
Jasper Knights work was exhibited in Adelaide (Adelaide Festival of Arts Exhibition Feb/March), Brisbane at the Brisbane Art Fair, Sydney and Perth.
In August 2008 Jasper Knight won the Mosman Art Prize with his painting ‘Wharf with Yellow Palings”. The Mosman Art Prize is on display at Mosman Art Gallery from 2nd August to 31st August 2008. Now valued at $20,000 this is Australia’s longest running and most prestigious municipal art prize.
Collections – Sydney Port Authority, The Rocks, Sydney, The Premier’s Office, NSW State Government, Sydney; Random House Australia, Milson’s Point, Sydney; Australian Consulate, Makati, Manila, Philippines; Baker and McKenzie; Various private collections.
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Jasper Knight when in London in 2007 took it upon himself to venture down the River Thames by hiring a Tug Boat, upon this inspirational journey it was clear by days end that this area was a historical working harbour, the source of inspiration inspired him to capture the images by making them as fine art silkscreen works to which he was very pleased with, he felt the interpretation shows contrast strength yet a gentleness of unassuming power, the London sky really makes colour a strong contrasting feature yet shows the softness at the same time. Jasper usually uses a mixed media for his paintings; enamel, Masonite, Perspex, old signs, building materials, anything with an industrial feel. It was an exciting challenge for Jasper to use the different medium of silkscreen for these new works and he was delighted with the result. So are we at Etching House.
NEW FINE ART and LIMITED EDTION ETCHING SILKSCREEN PRINTS by Jsper Knight at Etching House – November Thursday 11th , 2010
“Cuban Missile Crisis” by Jasper Knight, New, available at Etching House, released (November 11 -2010) this limited edition hand made Silkscreen titled “Cuban Missile Crisis” is limited to 40 only, image size 75cmx75cm, paper size 75cmx75cm.
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“Cuban Missile Crisis” by Jasper Knight original ONE OFF ONLY Mono print Yellow #1
“Cuban Missile Crisis” by Jasper Knight original ONE OFF ONLY Mono print Grey #2
“Cuban Missile Crisis” by Jasper Knight original ONE OFF ONLY Mono print Red # 3
“Cuban Missile Crisis” by Jasper Knight original ONE OFF ONLY Mono print White #4
the Mono Type edition of 1 each of #1, 2, 3, 4, are all Hand coloured and hand finished, retail price for these one of works is $3500, please note there is only one of each and is very much dependent on availability so be quick.
New Silkscreen fine art print by Jasper Knight titled “Scooter”, limited edition of 40 only 6 left at Etching House.
Scooter by jasper Knight was released in 2009.
Original Fine art by Jasper Knight at Etching House, Lay Buy welcome.
Jasper Knight original art works, silkscreens and etching prints at Etching House affordable Melbourne art fair May 2011.
Jasper Knight Commission for fine art originalworks Etching House.
Australian Jasper Knight “Helicopter wooden sculptor” at Etching House Sydney Fine art affordable art show 2010.
Jasper Knight 6 new original etching print works comming soon to Etching House
Australian Jasper Knight fine art etching and prints marketed and distributed Australia wide by Etching House Fine Art.
Etching House specialise in Jasper Knight fine Art limited edition prints and send Australia wide fully insured.
Jasper Knight releases 3 hand signed limited edition fine art silkscreen prints titled Grey Ghost, Red Stripe, 110, all fine art Jasper Knight prints are available at Etching House, all prints are made on Stonehenge fine art archival rag paper, the sheet size for Grey Ghost, 110, Red Stripe is 75x56cm.
The image artwork covers the full rag paper sheet edge to edge, some paper edges are torn for optional effect such as float framing.
Jasper Knight has limited the edition to a low 30 only of each and all silkscreen fine art prints are hand signed “Jasper Knight” with the edition number.
Lay Buy Jasper Knight Red Line, 110, Grey Ghost silk screen prints at Etching House.
Jasper Knight Silk Screen print titled Red Stripe is made on Stonehenge paper size 76 x 56cm, edition 30 only.
What is Stonehenge rag paper, it is machine made sheet that has a slight, even texture that compliments many artistic pursuits. It combines a 250gsm beefy weight, 2 deckle edges, strong surface, excellent acceptance of ink and wet media and pleasant feel. Internally sized, made of 100% cotton. 22 × 30″ Sheets 250 Gr/M2 weight.
It is a favourite not only with printmakers but with artists that specialize in drawing and painting techniques in a variety of media including graphite, artist crayons, pastels, watercolour and coloured pencils, inks, and light gouache.
What is a Silk screen print –
The printing process is very labour intensive; from the creation of designs, to transfer to the screen, mixing of colours, and printing of an edition. Typically a silkscreen printer allows 10% more of what he wants for an edition size to account for images rejected due to errors in printing. In my printing, large prints can take 3-4 months to complete while a small print can be finished in as little as one month.
A silkscreen printer usually makes a limited edition of his designs. An edition of a fine art print includes all images published at the same time. Editions of silkscreens range from 1 to 500 prints. Edition size can be determined by the printing process itself, as when a stencil wears out, but usually the edition is limited by the artist. Since the stencils are destroyed after printing, each edition is unique.
Prints are signed and numbered in the bottom margin of the print with what looks like a fraction. The upper number represents the impression within the series and the lower number indicates the edition size. A print marked 2/25 is the second of twenty-five images. The number indicates the order in which prints were signed, not necessarily the order in which the impressions were pulled. This, plus the fact that later impressions are sometimes superior to earlier pulls, means that lower numbers do not generally indicate better quality impressions.
Silkscreen Printing, also goes by the term: Serigraph. The Word Serigraph is a combination of two Greek words, seicos, meaning silk, and graphos, meaning writing. Silkscreen Printing and other stencil-based printing methods are the oldest forms of printmaking.
Printmaking is a process for producing editions (multiple originals) of artwork. Painting, on the other hand, is a process for producing a single original piece of artwork. In printmaking, each print in an edition is considered an original work of art, not a copy.
Silkscreen Printing is a stencilling method that involves printing ink through stencils that are supported by a porous fabric mesh stretched across a frame called a screen. Silkscreen Printing is ideally suited for bold and graphic designs.
Silkscreen Printing can be traced as far back as 9000 BC, when stencils were used to decorate Egyptian tombs and Greek mosaics. From 221-618 AD stencils were used in China for production of images of Buddha. Japanese artists turned screen printing into a complex art by developing an intricate process wherein a piece of silk was stretched across a frame to serve as the carrier of hand cut stencils.
Silkscreen printing found its way to the west in the 15th century. The original material used in screen printing was silk.
Hence the name Silkscreen printing. Today polyester is the fabric of choice.
In the United States, screen printing took on the status of art in the 1930s when a group of artists working with the Federal Art Project experimented with the technique and subsequently formed the National Serigraphic Society. American artists began making “fine art” screen- prints and devised the term “Serigraph” to distinguish fine art from commercial screen printing. During the 1960s, Serigraphy was popular with POP artists, who were attracted to its bold areas of flat colour.
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