Posts Tagged ‘etching’

Northern Indiana may be covered in 2 feet of snow right now, but there are still warm cozy niches to escape to, like this one @the St. Joseph County Library! Check out the 3rd floor and have a look at my copperplate photogravures of Thailand! Most photogravures these days are made from polymer plates, but mine […]


Jaz Graf Open Studio prints, book arts, and drawings Saturday and Sunday, Oct 18-19 from 12-5pm Merseles Studios – 339 Newark Avenue @5th St, in the Monaco Lock Bldg downtown Jersey City, NJ #69 on the JCAST Map http://www.thejcast.com (with 6 other art studios + resident artists exhibit) My work will also be included in […]


This edition is part of an Exchange Portfolio to be exhibited at the Mid-America Print Council Conference – Print City Detroit 2014. It will be exhibited at several university galleries in the U.S. through 2015. More info to come.


  My print for the UNDONE Portfolio – A Collection of handmade prints by MGC Members. On View in May @ the Manhattan Graphics Center, NYC.


traces of absence is a show I curated at Manhattan Graphics On view October 1 – 26 in the Project Space Closing potluck reception + artist talks on Saturday, October 26 from 6:30-9pm. Artists Stephanie Werthman J Carpenter Amber Heaton Marc Shanker Amanda Thackray Thomas Stavovy Also on view – Recent Etchings by Douglas Collins […]


elles / ils

14Jan13

It goes something like this: Sharon Arnold curates an all women show called Elles, exploring the female perspective in art- It was a big success. She then curates a second show, inviting only men to exhibit, called Ils Disent (masculine form meaning “they say”) – welcoming the male view of women in art. Artist, Ben […]


Went down to New Orleans to attend the SGC International Print Conference. What a tremendous turnout! Extraordinary works on display and an assortment of visionary artists to engage with; all with contagious energy for print! The city of New Orleans itself, is a wonder, dotted with colorful characters, and together, they propel a magical scene […]