Gemma Black is a calligrapher, an artist and teacher. Her love for and knowledge of letters as ancient symbols has seen her teach throughout Australia, Europe, the UK and the USA. Her work is housed in private and public collections including the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK, the European Parliament, Letterform
Archive San Francisco and Parliament House Canberra. In 1991 Gemma received a Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship to study overseas. She is an Honoured Fellow of the Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society, UK. Her love of calligraphic history, evolution of the western alphabet from the Roman period through to the 21st century keeps her research interests switched on. Gemma shares her passion with enthusiasm, gusto as well as gentleness from her heart!