Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Print, Printed, Printing IV

PRINT, PRINTED, PRINTING IV




We submitted 7 prints to the 4th biannual "Print, Printed, Printing" exhibition at New Mexico Highlands University, in Las Vegas, New Mexico. This exhibition goes on with the 2016 "Print, Printed, Printing" print conference.  Some of these prints are from the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta, currently showing at the El Paso Museum of Art.




The exhibition runs from February 13th - March 18th, and is split in two parts:
  • "New Mexico Printmakers" in the Kennedy Gallery.
  • "Print, Printed, Printing" (non-New Mexican printmakers) in Burris Hall

The gallery receptions are from 5 - 7 PM on Friday, February 19th.


The print conference, all day Feb 19th and 20th, is organized by professor Todd Christensen.


Previous print conference flyers:

2014



2010




I delivered 7 framed prints on February 10th:

Delivered prints piling up
in the back room
of the gallery


4 prints in box,
for the New Mexico printmakers show


2 prints for Burris Hall,
for the non-New Mexican printmakers


Henry Morales' print
was the only small print I delivered,
(for the New Mexican printmakers show)




The 7 prints we delivered:

 “Roadside Gambler”
relief print
Albuquerque


"Lover's Leap"
lithograph 
Santa Fe


"City Dweller Meets Wildlife"
Relief print with pastel
Las Cruces


"Chulada"
serigraph
Albuquerque


"Foothill Ride"
woodcut
Albuquerque


"Lastima Margarito"
linoleum 
El Paso


"Receive the Desires of your Heart"
Serigraph (started as woodcut)
Tucson




 A peek in the window
of the Highlands University
print shop


A peek in the window
of the Highlands University
print shop


Note that "The Complete Printmaker" book
is in the center of the display 
the Las Vegas (NM) hackerspace



See also related posts:

Ren Adams has a blog post about the previous mini-print conference -- Print, Printed, Printmaking III

Other upcoming print conferences:

SGCI in Portland -- March 30 - April 2

Rocky Mountain Printmaking Alliance in Boise, Idaho  -- April 14 - 16

1 comment:

  1. The executive chef here was a genuinely nice person and never made us feel like we were just "business" for him. He was extremely competent and organized. Because of the natural beauty of the venues, we were able to get away with very minimal decorations.

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