Our work Lesley Alcorso Editions 2008
420 X 595mm, Woodcut
Michael Schlitz has recently been creating work that investigates the nature of human interaction with the environment. Sometimes serious sometimes humorous, the figures he represents interact with themselves and the viewer within the confines of the ground in which they are placed.
Michael won the Hutchins Art Prize in 2007 and has received Australia Council new work grants and Arts Tasmania residencies studying contemporary Japanese woodblock printing in Awaji Shima Japan. Michael exhibits regularly in Tasmania and nationally. He currently teaches within the Printmaking Studio at the Tasmanian School of Art.
Michael Schlitz is represented by Bett Gallery, Hobart.