The world doesn't make sense, so why should I paint pictures that do?

Pablo Picasso

Magali Dincher

Magali is a French artist who has recently moved to Fremantle, WA. Her lifelong interest in art started as child. She was influenced by Gustav Klimt, and also by urban art and the prints and posters of the Sixties.

Her focus on depicting the built environment comes from her personal interest in how the social identity is influenced by the environment.

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In France, Magali worked in watercolour and acrylic. Here in Australia, her focus has turned to printmaking. In particular she finds the graphic qualities of the linocut and collagraph process ideal for her current work.
1980 Born France2008 Arrived Australia

2008 Solo exhibition, “Edition Limitée”, The Sandcastle, South Fremantle, WA
2008 Print sales, Remedy Shop, Fremantle, WA
2008 Print (Ed) , Print Media Exhibition, Midland, WA
2008 Printmedia Award, Moores Building, Fremantle WA
2008 Student exhibition, Fremantle Art Centre, Fremantle WA
2008 Canning Art Award, Cannington WA
2006 Group exhibition, Le Royal, Nancy, France

2008 Linoprint and collagraph workshop, Fremantle Art Centre WA
2008 Screenprinting workshop, Fremantle Art Centre WA
2008 Etching workshop, Fremantle Art Centre WA
2006 Watercolour course, MJC, Nancy, France

Member of the Printmakers Association of WA (PAWA)

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