Shana James is an award-winning West Australian artist and printmaker with a lifelong interest in visual storytelling and 30 years experience making and exhibiting. When she is not teaching printmaking at the Fremantle Arts Centre, she works in her home studio and also creates amazing art workshop holidays.
Shana has artwork in the collections of Kerry Stokes, ArtBank, Monash University, Western Australian Department of the Arts, The WA Water Corporation. She has had 10 solo exhibitions and has been commissioned to make a series of linocuts for wine labels. Shana is represented in Perth by STALA CONTEMPORARY. Please click on the link for sales. Now, unable to travel to Bali for her popular Linocut workshop in Ubud due to Covid she has created Creative Breaks, with shorter workshops in Western Australia.
Shana is represented in Perth by STALA CONTEMPORARY.
Click here to read Interplay Catalogue Essays by Professor Ted Snell
Click here to read Understanding Alice Catalogue Essay by Dr Ric Spencer
Click here to read the Down the Rabbit Hole Catalogue Essay which has more about Shana’s connection with Alice in Wonderland