Print exhibition at the Cultural Centre

Local inspiration: Freedom Wilson with a detail from her work, Mountain Plateau.

Local inspiration: Freedom Wilson with a detail from her work, Mountain Plateau.

As far as the eye can see, now showing at the Cultural Centre in Katoomba, is an exhibition of works by prominent Australian printmakers investigating their local landscapes.

There are 22 artists in the exhibition, from every state and territory, including seven Blue Mountains artists. The show includes traditional mediums such as etching, woodcut and lino block, and also some innovative print techniques, such as installations, collage and monotypes.

As far as the eye can see is on until January 17, 10am–5pm weekdays, 10am–4pm weekends, 10am–2pm public holidays (closed Christmas Day). Admission: $5 adults, $3 concession. Members and under 16 free.

Artists in show: Rochelle Summerfield, Julie Paterson, Janet Parker-Smith, Ann Ryan and Locust Jones have works in the exhibition.

Artists in show: Rochelle Summerfield, Julie Paterson, Janet Parker-Smith, Ann Ryan and Locust Jones have works in the exhibition.

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