Black Ant Art News
Black Ant Art and Tasmanian Aboriginal Artist Allan Mansell
Stories and Printmaking Demonstration with Allan Mansell at the Henry Jones Art Hotel.
Glebe Hill Village , Howrah
Be amazed by the stunning art work of Allan Mansell at Glebe Hill Village, on a canopy that is 64.8 metres long.
His work tells the story of local flora and fauna which was the food supply for the First Nations people.
The Crowther Project appears to be ongoing
Miriam Margolyes and her crew came to Allan’s home to discuss “ Do all Australians get a fair go “
She saw the publicity that surrounded the Crowther project and she met Allan on site undertaking the reinterpretation and was amazed by the truth telling in relation to what actually happened.
“ We enjoyed hosting Miriam and her film crew at our place on Bruny Island and look forward to seeing the show in the second half of this year”.
Black Ant Art Print Workshops will come to you
Allan Mansell, a professional, Tasmanian Aboriginal artist/printmaker: Black Ant Art - has been holding print workshops throughout schools in Tasmania teaching students printmaking and cultural understandings. Contact us to discuss our workshops
Allan exposes the brutal truth
The controversial William Crowther statue in Hobart 's Franklin Square has been converted into a 'tribute' to the Tasmanian Aboriginal community, with local indigenous artist Allan Mansell unveiling his new temporary art piece which transforms the statue into a representation of the last full blooded Tasmanian Aboriginal man William Lanne.
New Commission for the Mersey Community Hospital in Latrobe.
Allan l has won a commission to paint murals on the columns of the helipad at the Mersey Community Hospital in Latrobe.
A huge effort with the columns being 9 metres high, he is being assisted by Cheryl Rose, another respected and talented Tasmanian Aboriginal Artist.
The work is titled In Flight and features Yolla
( mutton birds or shear waters) soaring over the cliffs as night falls.