The International Block Print Renaissance from the 1922 exhibition of American block printmakers at the Wichita Art Museum to contemporary woodblock printmakers and the influence of international art movements and styles on those printmakers.
Fine Art at Coors Western Art. The Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale is an annual event and gallery exhibition associated with the National Western Stock Show (non-profit) in Denver, Colorado.
Join Artist, Leon Loughridge who explains the challenges and joy of printmaking in Fine Art. Leon talks about his initial steps in his journey in becoming an artist. This is a must see TV episode, regardless of the viewers level of experience. Outstanding and insightful information is presented in this video that regardless of your level of experience will be educational and further will help you understand the fascinating process of woodblock reduction printing, western and Japanese style printing as well
Show curator Rose Fredrick will interview three artists that are in the 2022 Coors Western Art Exhibit. The interview takes a closer look at the artist in their studio and the motivations behind their work.
This class is designed for both the beginner and more advanced student of woodblock printing. The focus of the class will be learning the nuances of the Japanese style of printing. With that in mind, students will be provided with assorted paper, barens, kento guides and partially carved blocks. By using a standard design, students will be able to focus on learning the process. But don’t worry, there is still plenty of room for creativity as students learn basic registration techniques, ink mixing options, value and color progressions, glazing and gradations. An emphasis will be on using alternative mediums and techniques for unique results. Students will be provided use of baren, kento guide, carving tools and inks. Students will receive paper, blocks and class folder.
Small Works, Great Wonders® features a fusion of traditional and contemporary paintings and sculptures at affordable prices. Enjoy cocktails with more than 100 of the nation’s finest artists, including many from the prestigious Prix de West. Refreshments and beautiful works of art make for a truly special evening; purchasers may leave with art in hand at the end of the night.Sale art goes on exhibit November 6. Proxy bidding is available by calling Trent Riley at (405) 839-7097. Unsold art remains on display and available for purchase through November 28, 2021.
The Graveyard Shift is a Brinton Museum invitational exhibition featuring works by sixteen highly accomplished, award-winning artists from Wyoming and Colorado and also California and Wisconsin. The idea behind the show is directly related to the cemetery as a place of rest, one’s last repose, and the interface between life and death. Consequentially, artists were asked to submit pieces in keeping with a cemetery theme and the subject matter contained therein. Works in this show range in scale and artistic style from Loughridge’s charming woodblock print of a hillside graveyard in LaSauses to Keith Davis’s gelatin-silver prints of exquisite marble sculpture found in Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno, in Genoa, Italy.
ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit is a juried exhibition hosted by the Albuquerque Museum Foundation and held at the Albuquerque Museum.