Annette Edwards (1952-2009) Australia

Biographical Information

Graduating in 1981 with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Edwards was heavily influenced by one of her teachers George Baldessin (the ‘Baldessin Circle’ was influential in Melbourne’s printmaking culture) and probably swayed her decision to become a printmaker.

Five years later, she started teaching basic printmaking at the Centre of Adult Education where she met and married her second husband.

Shortly after, her existing studio facilities at their Warrandyte home were expanded, an etching press installed and Edwards explored various avenues in printmaking with an increasing technical and individual ability.

The artist kept working until her death from cancer in 2009 with her exhibition Diagonals at the Stephen McLaughlan Gallery in Melbourne closing the day before she died. Edit or add to this biography

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Etching ed: 1/10, 90.5 x 66.5 cm
Works on Paper, Contemporary Pictures and Studio Ceramics, Lawsons, Sydney.
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