Between the Lines is on view at San Francisco State University’s Martin Wong Gallery from April 22 – April 27, 2019, in conjunction with the California Society of Printmakers’ Annual Meeting on April 27th. The juror for the exhibition is this year’s keynote speaker, master printer Lothar Osterburg.
Osterburg states that in addition to a good or unusual use of technique, the work in Between the Lines features content that arouses the viewer’s curiosity.
“PRESS ON” – by the Inkspots of San Buenaventura
A collection of new works by Ventura County’s only printmaking group.
11th Annual exhibition of new works on paper
WHERE: 643 Project Space, 643 Ventura Ave. Ventura, CA 93001
WHEN: Artist Opening Reception November 2, 2018 5:00-8:00pm Exhibition Dates: November 2 through November 30, 2018
The public is invited to attend the Artists Reception: November 2, 2018 5:00—8:00 p.m.
During the First Friday ArtWalk; There will be a FREE DRAWING for the Inkspots 2018
FOLIO (10 original prints) at 7 p.m.—ALL are WELCOME!
The Piedmont Center for the Arts is hosting the 105th Annual Exhibition of the California Society of Printmakers. The exhibition features artwork by 69 members of the CSP, ranging from very traditional techniques to new, unusual, and experimental methods. The show will open on Friday September 14th with a reception from 6-9pm and run through October 7th.
A print is made by transferring an image from one surface, such as a metal plate or carved wooden block, onto paper or another support. Thus the final work of art that the viewer enjoys consists of “the traces left behind” from the surface that the artist originally worked. The exhibition explores the rich and varied nature of printmaking techniques and traditions. Work ranges from two dimensional surfaces to three dimensional artist books and from very traditional techniques like woodcut, mezzotint, and stone lithography that have been used by artists for hundreds of years to newer and more experimental techniques such as photopolymer intaglio, pochoir monoprint, encaustic and clay monotype.
Viewers will delight in exploring the many ways that the artists probe the definition of what constitutes a book, searching for new and unexpected forms of this familiar object. Books will hang from the ceiling, crawl up the wall, cover table tops and fill the imagination. Some works challenge the conventional book format and become sculptural objects; some pop up; others play with layers.
The LAPS printmaking community at large will help raise funds from the sale of prints for student scholarships and education outreach. Each participating printmaker will receive five prints from fellow printmakers through the exchange portfolio. Each artist edition submitted is ten prints on 8” x 10” paper. 1 print will be framed and exhibited in our exhibition at Angel City Brewery in November, as well as upcoming art fairs.
Black and white portraits have always been loved by photographers and viewers. Black and white portraits offer a different aesthetic. The lack of color acts as a filter removing everything that is unnecessary, helping the viewer to focus on specific elements without distractions. In Black and white portraits, emotions can come to the surface more easily so they can be recognized and viewed, as the facial expression dominates and tells us a different story every time.
Rochester Contemporary Art Center's (RoCo) international small art phenomenon returns for the tenth year!Build your own collection, there will be thousands of artworks made and donated by celebrities, international and local artists, designers.
Each artwork must be 6 by 6 inches