Brisbane artist Tamika Grant-Iramu is an emerging printmaker whose artworks connect to her Papua New Guinean, European and Torres Strait Islander heritage. Influenced by cultural carving techniques and storytelling aesthetics, her practice brings focus to the native flora of her surrounding environment. Grant-Iramu’s artist residency at Artspace Mackay will look to the rare and endemic species of flora found in Eungella National Park as she creates a unique and temporary wall painting for the Foyer Gallery.
Opening: 6pm Saturday 9 April 2022
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