ⓘ G. W. Bot
G. W. Bot is the signature name for the leading Australian artist Christine Grishin, who has been practicing as a full-time artist for more than 30 years. She is a printmaker, sculptor, painter and graphic artist who works with her own shapes and glyphs to represent the landscapes she loves. Since 1985 her primary work is linocut prints. She is well known nationally and internationally from about 50 solo exhibitions, and more than 200 mixed exhibitions in which her work has been included. Her work is held in more than 100 art collections including: the National Gallery of Australia; the British Museum; The Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Bibliotheque National, Paris; The Museum of Modern Art, Osaka, Japan; and the Fogg Museum at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
During the COVID-19 pandemic 2020 she was interviewed at the Strathnairn Art Association in Canberra, ACT, Australia:
What would you most like people to know about your Arts practice?
Art matters – art is a voice that reaches out to others so that they can see the world again as if for the first time. Like a child who sees the moon and is so overcome that they need to share the experience with others just in case we hadn’t ever seen the moon. In surreal times – like this COVID-19 pandemic – we all perhaps need to hear the voice of the child/artist for inspiration, for hope, for sanity and survival."
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