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Waters’ Edge

Printmaking and painting that discusses the ebb and flow of Tasmania's waterways


The Henry Jones Art Hotel is proud to present Waters’ Edge

Painting and printmaking by Tasmanian artists Ange Cooper and Jan Jefferys.  An exhibition about the ebb and flow of the waters’ edge that allows us to inhabit this beautiful island.  

Please join us on opening night for drinks with the artist on Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 5:30 – 7:30pm

Location: The Packing Room, IXL Atrium (25 Hunter Street, Hobart).



Since moving to Tasmania in 2007, Jan Jefferys has been greatly influenced by living beside the ever-changing water of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.

Her practice involves painting with oil and wax medium on canvas, also works on paper with water colour, linocut and mixed media.

“The water of the Channel has metaphorically seeped (and sometimes flooded) into my work.  I enjoy being able to create luscious images of water overlaid with drawings and textures that playfully allude to my memories, longings and desires.”


Ange Cooper grew up in Tasmania, surrounded by bushland and sea, her passion for the natural setting has always been present in her art.

Teetering somewhere between semi-abstract and the real, Ange works with oil paints or printmaking, using colour, texture and expressive mark making to distil the landscape around her into lyrical gestures.

“My work is based predominantly around the Australian landscape with shack-like houses dotted throughout the environment or some small suggestion of a human made object.”

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Waters’ Edge

The Henry Jones Art Hotel
25 Hunter Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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