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TALIA RUSSELL

TALIA RUSSELL

Printmaking

Artist Bio:

Talia Russell's iconic landscapes are brought to life with contrasting and harmonious colours and bold compositions. Influenced by travel posters, you can see these impacts on her work through her use of dynamic colour combinations and graphic configurations. With the belief that screen-printing is made for large scale, the majority of her work is A1 in size, creating a 'picture window' like effect on your wall.

Obtaining a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Victoria University, New Zealand in 1995, Talia then rediscovered art in 2012 at Leeds College of Art, United Kingdom where she immersed herself in print-making, before taking on an Artist in Residence position at Ink Workshop Ltd, Leeds, UK. Talia then went on to co-found and run the Leeds Print Fair for three years from 2014-2017.

Currently, Talia prints from her new studio in Mahurangi West, describing her art as 'iconic views seen in a different light' juxtaposing elements of realism with the surprise of surrealist colour combinations.

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

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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 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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