From November 20th through February 12th, the Old Print Gallery will display a new selection of prints from emerging and established printmakers, pulling from both our 20th century and contemporary print collection. This showcase of prints will exhibit a variety of printmaking techniques, and range from representational to abstract in theme. Just in time for the 2015 Holiday Season, this eclectic and impressive mix will have original artwork available at all price points, with prints desirable to the seasoned art collector as well as those looking to break into the market.
Selected Artists: Alexander Archipenko, Albert W. Barker, Philip Bennet, Matt Brown, Asa Cheffetz, Robert Cook, Michael Di Cerbo, Werner Drewes, Richard Florsheim, Eric Goldberg, Rockwell Kent, Richard Lubell, Heather McMordie, Frederick Mershimer, Jake Muirhead, Karima Muyaes, Ilse Schreiber-Noll, Matt Phillips, Emilio Sanchez, Gerald Scheck, Ellen Nathan Singer, Benton Murdoch Spruance, and Lawrence N. Wilbur.
To see the prints included in the show, click here.
One of the gallery’s contemporary printmakers, Peri Schwartz, has just finished a collaboration with printmaker Greg Burnet– developing a gorgeous spit-bite aquatint titled Bottles & Jars III. The production company Kings in the Back Row filmed their artistic process and collaboration. The resulting video offers unique, behind-the-scenes access into a printmaker’s studio. Watch as the two printmakers discuss and mix color palates, decide on tonal values, and pull proof after proof, until they get it just right. This beautiful, short video shows the benefits you can reap when you have a harmonious union of two creative minds working towards one pursuit. Truly inspiring!
Thank you Peri for sharing a glimpse into your “day-to-day” as a printmaker. To see and purchase available prints by Peri Schwartz, click here.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM THE OLD PRINT GALLERY
Contemporary printmaker Matt Brown dropped off more prints at The Old Print Gallery last week, and we are very excited by his new work. Brown works in the traditional Japanese hanga method to create his stunning color landscapes- cutting and inking a different block for each color used in his prints.
“I love the process of making these prints: the way pictorial simplicity is encouraged, the way an image is separated into parts and put back together, the way the translucent colors blend and juxtapose, the way the wood interacts with the paper.”- Matt Brown