Joyce Camilleri


Many Faces of The Mill
Monotype Print by Joyce Camilleri

Monotype print reproduced as part of the Many Faces of The Mill collection, celebrating The Mill’s 30th anniversary as an Art, Culture and Crafts Centre. The Illustration is in a limited edition of 30 prints, and part of a series of 10 different illustrations by established and up and coming illustrators and artists.

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Born in Canada in 1980, Joyce lived most of her childhood and adult life in her parents’ country of origin, Malta, Camilleri completed her first degree in art teaching at the University of Malta in 2002. Feeling the need to further her studies in the field of art, she immediately started attending an artistic printmaking diploma course at the Malta School of Art under the tuition of Mr Anton Grech. Meanwhile she also pursued further training at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg, through masterclass two workshops with German artist Michael Morgner. In 2017, Camilleri completed the M. ED Artist Teacher course at the University of West of Scotland and most recently attended her third workshop at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg under the mentorship of Austrian artist Tobias Pils. Camilleri's work attempts to explore drawing and printmaking as distinct, nonetheless symbiotic art practices that both retain essentially graphical elements that echo her regular life drawing practice alongside thorough studio research.


The Mill is a space where old and new meet in a creative process that brings together natural elements and their transformation via human intervention. The 18th century mill served as a site to grind wheat into flour, which in turn was changed into bread; the food of many, rich and poor. Two centuries later, the mill became a centre of art making, where another natural element, namely clay, was manipulated and moulded into art; the food of souls, old and young. Like the mill, this monotype results from deeply rooted traditions that echo timeless processes of transformation, which celebrate creativity, whilst allowing our minds to wander back and forth in time.

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Weight .03 kg
Dimensions 29.7 × 21 cm

Joyce Camilleri




Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth fine art paper, 308gsm, 100% cotton, acid and lignin free




21 cm by 29.7 cm (A4 print)


The Many Faces of The Mill collection is a limited edition of only 30 prints per illustration. All prints include a certificate of authenticity signed by the Foundation's Director, and includes the edition number (ex. 1/30).

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