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Lady Mohawk

Ode to Footscray Linoprint

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I am a passionate Footscray Artist, who loves the inner west.

I mean, there is so much to love, right? Food, Culture, Arts..

Here is my limited edition Ode to Footscray linoprint. This print represents some of Footscrays iconic businesses, places and local personalities. I wanted both past and present to be included in this piece of art and to celebrate the awesomeness of this suburb.

Are you in there? Or is your favourite local hang-out represented? This piece is full of little details. You will find so many parts of Footscray hidden in this picture. These include: T Cavallaro & sons, Footscray Market, Jim Tzigliris from Olympic Doughnuts, Pie Thief Pies, Pride of our Footscray, Slothbar, Western Bulldogs, Whitten Oval, Teddy Whitten, Franco Cozzo, Cheaper Buy Miles, etc

Each print takes several hours to design and carve. The printing process also requires for the print to be inked up and manually placed into a printing press, creating a unique and individual art piece.

The print is then individually and carefully hand painted.

Each print is created by hand and therefore there will always be slight variations with each print.

This print was printed on acid free, sustainable bamboo paper and is signed and numbered on the front.

This print is hand printed and painted, making each and every print unique and special. ❤️🤍💙

Art image 31 x 34cm
Paper: sustainable bamboo paper



Workshop payments are required upon enrolment via the LaDy MoHaWK website, or via direct transfer.

Workshop Cancellations & Refunds

We understand that circumstances can change. A full workshop refund will be offered:

·       if a workshop in which you are enrolled is cancelled or deferred to a date unsuitable for your attendance. This may be the case if a Covid lockdown is announced.

·       upon receipt of an email indicating your intention to withdraw your enrolment when notice is provided to us at least three weeks in advance of the workshop start date.

Workshop Credit - Transfers

We are happy to transfer your enrolment to a future workshop, but this will depend on availability of studio space and three weeks notice being given to us.


Your actions affect the wellbeing of everyone working with you.  Cleaning of your art space and removal of your artworks is your responsibility and maintaining safe whilst respectful housekeeping is a shared responsibility.

While all care is taken by LaDY MoHaWK users of the premises have responsibility for the security of personal belongings and safe use of the premises.

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Contact information supplied to LaDY MoHaWK will not be disclosed outside the studio without your express consent, except where required by law.  LaDY MoHaWK does not retain your banking information.


We love to show people photographs of the great art and art making activities that emerge from the workshops.  From time to time we take photos of artwork and artists working.  The photos are never sold and will be used by and for LaDY MoHaWK, or Sally Walshe Artist. We will always try to ask your permission before taking a photograph of you or your work but if you have a particular preference not to appear in a photograph please inform us before commencing work in the studio.

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The Royal Women’s Prevention of Family Violence Project Team engaged Sally to deliver a linoprinting workshop for a staff wellbeing day. From initial contact Sally was very easy to work with, responsive to emails and flexible to our requirements. On the day of the workshop Sally was on time and everything was very organised.

Sally was engaging and given the size of our group was able to assist individual staff members with their questions. We also loved the self-paced nature of the workshop whereby it didn’t matter if you were a little slower cutting out your lino, you didn’t hold up other team members who had finished their cutting and were ready to start pressing.

Everyone had a great day; learnt a lot and we were all able to take home our lino printing tools and an individual art piece to frame. We’d welcome Sally back anytime for another workshop and would highly recommend her for team building and wellbeing style workshops.

Simone Meade
Program Manager – Strengthening Hospital Responses to Family Violence
The Royal Women’s Hospital