New work from Denise Copland, Peter Ransom & Jason Greig

We’re working from home! We fully support the government’s actions relating to containing the spread of Covid -19 and keeping everybody safe by taking these steps.

We are 100% committed to playing our part, so while we do have new listings and will continue to send our Sunday emails, we will no longer be freighting or delivering works until lockdown is over.

Do feel free to get in touch if you have any queries, if you’ve found works to list while cleaning out the spare room, or you are just assessing your collection. We would love to help.

So on to some art on Sunday! We have some works on paper from Denise Copland, Peter Ransom and Jason Greig.

Take care,

Gill, Jules & Ron

Denise Copland

Dunedin born artist, Denise Copland, is highly regarded as a master printmaker, and has been awarded several prestigious awards including an Antarctic Arts Fellowship in 2001-2002. Her work explores human ecology, with humanity’s historical and contemporary notions of survival.

Peter Ransom (1957 -)

New Plymouth born artist, Peter Ransom has been described as ‘a consummate printmaker with the visual imagination of a born storyteller’ and is best known for his darkly illustrative etchings and woodcuts.

Jason Greig

Jason Greig studied printmaking under Barry Cleavin and Denise Copland at the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts in the early 1980s. Greig is considered one of NZ’s most significant contemporary printmakers, encompassing lithography, etching and monoprints, and is known for his shadowy prints and grim characters, with a sinister, gothic edge.