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TALIA RUSSELL

TALIA RUSSELL

Silkscreen Print Artist

Artist Bio:

Silkscreen Print Artist, Talia Russell's iconic landscapes are punctuated by dynamic, bold, contrasting and harmonious colours, made dramatic by large-scale compositions which capture the essence of the natural world through an interplay of colour, texture and form.

Russell combines both digital and traditional techniques to produce iconic images which are both playful, colourful and nostalgic. Her artistic influences are grounded in travel posters, which are evident in the vivid colour combinations and graphic arrangements in her artwork.

These limited-edition prints are exclusively all hand-pulled, and these minor variations to each print ensure a unique original work of art.

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TAWHARANUI TO LITTLE BARRIER
© Talia Russell 2021
Hand-pulled 12 Colour Screen-print – A1 size

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COASTAL VIEW OF RANGITOTO
© Talia Russell 2020
Hand-pulled 12 Colour Screen-print – A1 size

FROM NORTH HEAD TO RANGITOTO 
© Talia Russell 2020
Hand-pulled 12 Colour Screen-print – A1 size

FROM NORTH HEAD TO RANGITOTO
© Talia Russell 2020
Hand-pulled 12 Colour Screen-print – A1 size

FROM ARTHINGTON TO ALMSCLIFFE CRAG 
© Talia Russell 2016 
Hand-pulled 12 Colour Screen-print – A1 size

FROM ARTHINGTON TO ALMSCLIFFE CRAG
© Talia Russell 2016
Hand-pulled 12 Colour Screen-print – A1 size

Galleries:

    Flagstaff - Devonport, Auckland
    Moko - Hot Water Beach, Coromandel
    Wairus - Wellington

Exhibitions:

    Mahurangi Artist Studio Trail 2023
    Mahurangi Artist Studio Trail 2022
    Baradene Art Show, Remuera, Auckland 2022
    Estuary Arts Centre, Orewa - Where the Sea Birds Go? - Group Show 2021
    Mahurangi Artist Studio Trail 2020
    Rural Arts – Thirsk - in conjunction with North Yorkshire Open Studios (June 2014)
    Harlow Carr – Harrogate – Makers Exhibition (February 2016)
    ArtParade – Saltaire (May 2015 & 2016)
    Rural Arts – Thirsk (April–June 2015)
    Sunny Bank Mills – Still lives and lands – Group Show (June/July 2016)
    Rural Arts – Thirsk (June- Sept 2016)
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