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Researcher: Arnold, R (Mr Raymond Arnold)

Fields of Research

Fine arts
Other creative arts and writing
Other philosophy and religious studies

Research Objectives

Arts
The creative arts
Expanding knowledge in psychology
Other environmental management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

10ème Saga: Estampe, Photographie, Dessin
1996 City of Hobart Art Prize
Art of Reproduction
Aspects of Australian Printmaking - The Last Ten Years
Blundstone Contemporary Art Prize
Lake St Clair Visitor's Centre
Poets & Painters
Raymond Arnold
Raymond Arnold
ACT 12 New works on Paper
Between Phenomena: The Panorama and Tasmania
Contemporary Prints
Excursive Site
Exposition, Cité Internationale des Arts
Histoire de gravure
History/Memory
History/Memory: 1 print from the Suite of Etchings, History/Memory
History/Memory: 1 work from the Suite of Etchings, History/Memory
History/Memory: 1 work from the Suite of Etchings, History/Memory
History/Memory: 10 prints from the Suite of Etchings, History/Memory
History/Memory: 4 prints from the Suite of Etchings, History/Memory
Hunting the same phantasmal mirror
Imagine Nature
Le mois de l'estampe à Paris
Ray Arnold
Raymond Arnold
Raymond Arnold
Raymond Arnold - Paris Prints
Raymond Arnold - Solo - Gallery 482
Solo Exhibition - Arnold
The Macau International Exhibition of Prints
Trust Bank Invitation Art Prize

Research Projects

A visual investigation of wilderness values; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Supplementary funding; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

Building from fragments- reconstructing a site through print
Home sweet Home- Women and Domesticity in Rural Australia 1930-1970
Landscape and metaphor
Metamorphosis of the Layered Motifs
Painted Pools- A Lens into Subjectivity
Resplendent- An Investigation into the Synthesis of Body and Clothing as Sculptural Form
The imaging of Antarctica- artistic visions in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic since the eighteenth century
The Language of the Mute
The Sacred Tree- A Visual Investigation into the Tree as a Symbol of Life, Death and Regeneration