Place
Exhibition runs through 7/19/17.  Reception 6/14/2017.
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Please join us for a free public reception on June 14, 2017 from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM at the Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture located at 1045 West Washington Street, South Bend, IN 46601.

Place

This group exhibition focuses on the theme ‘Place’ and how the exhibiting artists react to their surroundings. This reaction can manifest in visual stories from tragic events, bring awareness to past and present situations, voice political moods, respond to how our surroundings are exponentially changing, or try to visually educate about environmental issues.

Featuring artists: Jasmine Graf, Heather Parrish, Justin Barfield, and Elena Smyrniotis – members of the Notre Dame Printmaking Department.

A public reception will be held on Wednesday, June 14 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture.  Light refreshments will be served.   The exhibition will remain open to the public through July 19, 2017.
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(In progress) a ceramic book by Jaz Graf


Clay and porcelain 


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Next generation of Eviscera books…by Jaz Graf.


handmade books

21Dec16

Book binding can be so meditative! So far, my favorite binding I’ve practiced is the french loop link with exposed spine. img_3376


NEW FACES @ AAHD Gallery, University of Notre Dame

On view Dec 1, 2016 – Jan 16, 2017

Jaz Graf – Trophic Avulsions, 2016, Cyanotype accordion book with thread drawing, paper lithography and laser engraving on wood, Dimensions variable, closed: 6” x 8.5” x 1”

Jaz Graf – Here and After Series, 2016, Paper lithography on muslin with laser cut-outs, pins, 10.5” x 16.25” , 10.5” x 10.5” , 10.75” x 10.5”

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all in blue

12Nov16

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A new book in progress! Cyanotype images featuring deltas of the world, with thread drawing throughout. I was thinking about the currency of transboundary rivers and all that collects at the delta. Aerial views of these land areas provide a vast expanse of what is perpetually in flux.