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" Mallyon enjoys print surfaces characterized by loose painterly methods of plate rubbing. His prints and paintings feed off each other ,but whatever the medium, these surface effects are an integral aspect of the subject matter- abstracted aerial topographies "

Sue Forster IMPRINT Magazine  Australia  2015

etchings, monoprints and digital prints 

Greg's journey as an artist has included decades of creating and publishing prints as well as holding management positions within the print industry. These included Managing Director of Port Jackson Press Australia and manager of Northern Editions print workshop at Charles Darwin University .In these capacities he worked with many of Australia's leading artists and master printers.

 

His formal studies started when he majored in printmaking at the College of Art, Brisbane (now QCA ) and continued during his Masters degree at UNSW in 2012 Placements in print workshops in Venice ( 2014) and Chiang Mai (2017) furthered his experience. He has explored both traditional printmaking techniques including etching ,stencil, woodcuts and screen printing and contemporary print techniques such as mixed media laser copying and digital imaging. In recent years he has completed solar etchings in collaboration with printmaking legend Dianne Longley at Agave Studio in Trentham.

 

Greg's prints have been commissioned or acquired by numerous corporations, institutions and luxury hotels.

 

see sale page for new digital prints 

artist at work
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prints and plates
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prints drying Venice
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Launch of etchings Melbourne
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master printers CAP studio Thailand
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solar prints in progress
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Digital prints in situ 2021
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Ocean Alley 5
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print on press
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master printer editioning prints
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PJP logo
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print and print catalogue
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Lake Eyre in drought
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digtial prints in situ
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Granite Country monoprint
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scuola grafica venezia
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