Jan 10 - Mar 13, 2016


Exhibit Detail

Considerations of the visual landscape become the conceptual focus for this exhibition featuring a nationally selected group of contemporary printmakers. The invited artists share extensive exhibit histories in the printmaking field, and will engage the gallery space with a range of recently created work.

Techniques will span both traditional and contemporary processes from the 18th to the 21st century, exploring the potential of paper-based installation, dimensional expansion, and large-scale presentation of the printed image.

Invited printmakers are Laura Berman - Missouri, Charles Cohan - Hawai'i, April Flanders - North Carolina, Karen Kunc - Nebraska, Jenene Nagy - California, Nicole Pietrantoni - Washington, Jenny Schmid- Minnesota, Koichi Yamamoto - Tennessee

In partnership with Hui No‘eau Visual Art Center's Visiting Artist Program, Koichi Yamamoto will teach "Transparent Monotype" at the Hui on January 11 & 12.  For more information on his workshop, visit huinoeau.com.

Image: Charles Cohan; Samish, woodblock prints