EXHIBITIONS OF PRINTS
Beaver Galleries Exhibition
Opening Thursday November 5, 2015, 6pm
Exhibition runs until Sunday 29 November, 5pm
Beaver Galleries, 81 Denison Street, Deakin ACT
Mini Print Exhibition, Avid Reader, West End QLD
August 9th – September 21st
A small but perfectly formed collection of six classic Horacek screenprints will be exhibited at the Avid Reader Bookstore during the month of August.
Avid Reader Bookstore. 193 Boundary Street, West End, QLD 4101.
The Inaugural ELECTRIC WALL EXHIBITION, Braddon ACT
From Thursday 3 May to 3 June 2012
In conjunction with the launch of The Night before Mother’s Day, a selection of Judy’s past printmaking work will be exhibited as the first Electric Wall exhibition at the Electric Shadows Bookshop, 40 Mort Street Braddon. The Electric Wall is an exciting new development, the combined initiative of curator Helen Maxwell and the Electric Shadows Bookshop, and will feature regular exhibitions of contemporary work. (Judy’s work appears by arrangement with her ACT gallery, Beaver Galleries)
Bookshop opening hours are: Monday 9-6, Tuesday and Wednesday 9-7, Friday 9-8, Saturday 9-7 and Sunday 11-4.
Everyday Fairytales, Helen Maxwell Gallery, Braddon ACT
18 September – 17 October 2009. This exhibition of Judy’s prints is one of the outcomes of her 2007 ACT Creative Arts Fellowship.
Helen Maxwell Gallery, Level 1, 42 Mort Street, Braddon ACT 2612
Tel. + 61 2 6257 8422; email: Helen@helenmaxwell.com
Skizzen, Helen Maxwell Gallery, Braddon ACT
30 March-28 April 2007, monoprints from Judy Horacek’s 3 month residency at Schloss Haldenstein in Switzerland (2006/07), an exchange program between the Canton Graübunden and the Australian National University School of Art in Canberra, supported by the Swiss Embassy in Australia.
Not waving but singing, Helen Maxwell Gallery & PG Printmaker Gallery
Helen Maxwell Gallery, Braddon, August 2001, and PG Printmaker Gallery, Fitzroy, 2002
Etchings around the theme of music.
Reasons to be Cheerful, Steps Gallery & Australian Girls Own Gallery
Steps Gallery, Melbourne, June-July 1999, and Australian Girls Own Gallery, Canberra, November-December 1998.
Etchings and linocuts.
For information on Judy’s past cartoon exhibitions, click here.