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PAGE.PRINT.POST: 50 years of Artists Books at Post Office Gallery, Ballarat, Australia

July 16, 2014 from 10am to 5pm
PAGE.PRINT.POST: 50 years of Artists Books Curated by Debbie Hill and Geoff Wallis, offers a rare insight and overview of the development, range and ambition of the Artists Book over half a century. Featuring books, postal art and other 'alternative spaces' from the 1960s to the 1980s, the exhibition presents a range of significant works from a host of private and public collections in Australia and the UK.The exhibition will include a large selection of books by Australian artists, together…See More
Jul 7, 2014
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Tall Tales: An exhibition of artist's books and miniature paintings

This is my first show to focus primarily on artist's books. They are one-of-a-kind concertina books which open vertically to reveal the Tall Tales which give the exhibition its name.Deborah KleinTALL TALESExhibition launch: 6 - 8 pm, Thursday, 13 JuneHand Held GalleryDirector: Megan HerringSuite 18, upstairsParamount Arcade108 Bourke StreetMelbourne, 3000www.handheldgallery.blogspot.com.auGallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 5…See More
Jun 3, 2013

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Moth Woman Press
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Printmaking, Artist's Books, Painting
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Tall Tales: An exhibition of artist's books and miniature paintings

Posted on May 23, 2013 at 10:30 1 Comment

This is my first show to focus primarily on artist's books. They are one-of-a-kind concertina books which open vertically to reveal the Tall Tales which give the exhibition its name.

Deborah Klein

TALL TALES

Exhibition launch: 6 - 8 pm, Thursday, 13 June…

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Melbourne Launch of There was once… the collected fairy tales

Posted on October 18, 2009 at 10:30 0 Comments

In 2007 I was invited to participate in the Geelong Gallery/NETS Victoria touring exhibition The enchanted forest - new gothic storytellers. As the new work progressed, it not only took on an entirely new direction, but began to assert a life of its own beyond the enchanted forest. More significantly, I became interested in exploring the idea of taking the show’s title more literally and writing a story of my own, suggested by a suite of eight small canvases titled The Enchanted Hair… Continue

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At 23:14 on March 16, 2010, first line said…
Wonderful, what more is there to say.
At 19:05 on February 21, 2010, first line said…
Wow, Love your work...............great website
At 23:25 on January 31, 2010, Marcela Peral said…
What a lovely work you do!!! Wonderfull!!!!
At 23:52 on December 12, 2009, Annelies van Dommelen said…
Intrigued by your profile image and sold by the braid story. Your my kind of woman. would like to see more of your work. Annelies van Dommelen
At 13:50 on May 29, 2009, Megan Herring said…
Thanks Deborah for your interest in the gallery. I really appreciate your lovely comments and look forward to seeing you soon at the gallery.
At 16:25 on May 3, 2009, Paul Compton said…
Thank you for the invitation, warm welcome and lovely comments on my exhibition Deb. Your page is uniquely yours and I desperately want to see the Tattooed Faces book in the flesh. It's great to be able to see each page of the book in this format. Terrific.
At 1:24 on April 25, 2009, James Bailey said…
Wonderful relief prints.
At 17:40 on April 16, 2009, Hilke Kurzke said…
Thanks for your interest in my books and the friend invite. I hope I'll be able to keep you interested! And I am looking forward to hearing more about the book 'the girl in the tower' will be included in.
Cheers,
Hilke
At 11:09 on April 8, 2009, Robert Heather said…
Some great pictures there - you have been very busy!
At 13:15 on February 3, 2009, Jim Lee said…
Hi Deborah,

Welcome to the Artist Books site. I really enjoyed viewing your work. Your intricate designs are really quite beautiful. Terrific linocuts, especially the Film Noir series and the b/w linocut tattoo figures and fabric heads. Great stuff. Good luck on the book you are woking on. Post some images when it is finished.
Cheers,
Jim
 
 
 

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