Hi I am Shana, I'm a visual artist working from a home studio near Fremantle Western Australia. You can see more of my work at www.shanajames.com or click on the image above
In addition to making art I am also a tutor at the Fremantle Arts Centre, my website has more info about that too.
- Enrol Now at the Fremantle Arts Centre – or risk missing out
- Lucy Wise & the B’Gollies House Concert – How Cool!
- 40 Years of the Fremantle Arts Centre
- Drypoint Print: She is the Rain (on display at the Newman College Art Expo)
- Mini artist’s books Now Available at Hand Held Gallery in Melbourne
- “My Secret is Out”
Category Archives: Art Technique
As I said in my last post, I’m moving in a new direction with my artwork. This will be the start of a series of drypoints. The image size is A2 and it printed onto full size sheet of cotton … Continue reading
That is what I called this Linocut…… The black and white print fades to grey at the top which is a little bit tricky to ink up in a seemless way. The colours in the grey flowers are handpainted after … Continue reading
These are three linocuts I have just finished for an exhhibition at Newman College. Well obviously “Cup of Tree” is the linocut on the bottom left. Its one of those pieces that intrigues people. Those of you who know my … Continue reading
As part of the Kings Park Festival I am taking a one day Linocut workshop this Saturday there are still some vacancies so if you know anyone who might be interested please give them this link http://www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/component/eventlist/details/678 Using Kings park … Continue reading
I’m working on a 8 page concertina book, this shot shows the blocks I’ve been carving. Today I have been refining the images and making the finishing touches to the blocks. I need to get it printed and made into … Continue reading
This weekend I have artwork in a “Pop Up Shop” at Earlywork Gallery, featuring work by local artists and designers. It will only be on for 3 days! Friday15 April, Saturday16 April and Sunday17 April from 10am -5pm. Earlywork Gallery … Continue reading
This term I am teaching a class at the Fremantle Arts Centre called Etching copper with Ferric Chloride although we will actually be using Edinburgh Etch. And this is one of my etchings, made from copper and edinburgh etch. My … Continue reading