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Clayton Tremlett’s work examines Australian history and culture, following sustained periods of research. Since 2012, he has exhibited predominantly in regional galleries across Victoria, where he is renowned for his linocut portraiture; however, he also works with etching and screen prints to produce wallpapers, artist’s books, installations, unique state and editioned prints. He has developed new print processes (Laser Resist Etching), curated exhibitions, facilitated Artist in Residence programs and collaborated with other artists to produce print projects and installations.

Clayton Tremlett has been exhibiting since 1990 receiving awards from the Warrnambool and Murwillumbah regional galleries, and in 1995 he was acquired by the Silk Cut Acquisitive Award for Linocut prints. He has experience in art conservation and textile printing industries and contracted for teaching positions since 2005.

He has travelled extensively throughout Australia (including Arnhem Land), England, Scotland, France, Spain, Vietnam and Cambodia.

His prints are held in numerous collections, including the Australian National Gallery, Ballarat, Bendigo, Boston University (USA), Castlemaine, Geelong, Monash University, Mornington Peninsula, Murwillumbah, Wangaratta, Warrnambool and State Library of Victoria collections.

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