I’ve selected my work, “MEMORIA” a drypoint intaglio unique print on Fabriano paper 19.25” x 25” to be exhibited in “Open to Interpretation” a MarinMOCA Exhibition, January 5, 2019 - February 24, 2019 with an Opening Reception, January 5, 5:00 - 7:00pm. The exhibit intends to open the way for an original and rich dialogue to unfold between artist and viewer. ”To paint is not to copy the object slavishly, it is to grasp a harmony among many relationships.” (Paul Cezanne). There are countless ways to express ideas through art, and the interpretation of a work of art can evoke many differing points of view.
Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, located at 500 Palm Drive at the historic Hamilton Field in Novato, California, offers free contemporary art exhibitions that showcase local, national, and international artists, with new exhibits on view every six weeks.
From November 29th through December 16th The Los Angeles Society of Printmakers is exhibiting prints for the Holiday Season at the MuzeuMM Gallery, 4811 W. Adams Blvd.. Los Angeles, California. The Opening Reception is Saturday, December 1st, 6 PM to 10 PM.
The Los Angeles Society of Printmakers is an international society of well over 400 artist/printmakers from all across the USA, including members in Canada, Europe, Australia, South Korea and Egypt. New applicants are juried in every other year by distinguished jurors during the LAPS National exhibitions and by fellow members twice a year. LAPS members include artists, curators, educators and collectors.
The Farmington Museum, a division of the City of Farmington’s Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Department, selected my work, "ECCE HOMO" in a national juried art competition. Ecce Homo "Behold the Man" [John 19:5] Is a fine art mixed media print about Human Suffering & Social Justice. It's printed on smooth fine art archival paper with archival ink, and comes with a signed certificate documenting authenticity. Image Size: 11” x 7” on 19” x 13” archival paper. Edition Size: 10 + 2 Artist Proofs
Alex Gregory, Curator of Art at the Amarillo Museum of Art, has worked in a variety of roles at the Amarillo Museum of Art since 2007 before becoming the Curator of Art. He was one of three jurors for the Hunting Art Prize, whose $50,000 award was historically the most generous annual award in North America for painting and drawing,
Artists have used their voice to shed light on social, historical and political issues throughout history - Daumier providing commentary on the politics of 19C France; Picasso’s Guernica bringing attention to the horrors of the Spanish Civil War; Harlem Renaissance artists shedding light on the African American Experience; WPA artists illustrating life in the Great Depression and the plight of the poor.
We are living in a period where it seems like people are finding their voice, and yet there is no conversation. The dialogue between disparate voices is not happening. Art can provide an opening to the discourse by showing issues through a new perspective and telling stories through a voice you hadn’t yet heard.
My voice and my perspective as an artist dealing with civil rights and the internment of Japanese American Citizens was selected by the jury for this competition. ALL is a 15” x 10.75” pigment ink image on 17" x 11" archival paper from a mixed media lithograph; printed by the artist in a limited edition of 50, signed and numbered with certification of authenticity.
The intention with this show is to give voice to the full spectrum of stories and experience. Through a series of gallery talks and community discussions it is hoped that a dialogue will start to promote understanding.
My work, "WAITING," was selected by the Juror in an open call to artists for an exhibition at Site:Brooklyn.
This exhibition reflects the ambitious, innovative and contemporary in printmaking today. Highlighting traditional printmaking processes in any combination of serigraphy, letterpress, collagraphy, etching, woodcut, lithography, linocut, drypoint, mezzotint, monoprint and solar plates. Digital and photographic elements are used only as a supporting element.
Jennifer Melby is a master printmaker specializing in intaglio printmaking. She opened her studio in the early 1980’s and has worked with Brice Marden, Donald Baechler, Michael Byron, Eric Fischl, Janet Fish, Jane Freilicher, Joanne Greenbaum, Dan McCarthy, Suzanne McClelland, Sean Mellyn, and Paul Henry Ramirez, among others.
New Directions is a premier national exhibition of contemporary art. Artists were encouraged to submit works that provide a juxtaposition of traditional styles and cutting-edge practices in all 2D media, sculpture, video, and installation.
Now in its 34th year, New Directions brings contemporary art to an atypical venue - the intimate galleries of Barrett Art Center’s 1840s Greek Revival townhouse. Former domestic spaces remodeled as galleries create a visually-compelling setting for contemporary and cutting-edge work.
The exhibition is visited and appreciated by art enthusiasts and collectors from the Hudson Valley and surrounding areas, including New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the New England states.
My color solar etching, "WAITING," was selected to promote this national exhibition. Waiting is printed on archival paper by the artist in a limited edition, signed and numbered with a certification of authenticity. The subject is the ongoing civil rights struggle.
Jennifer Inacio is Assistant Curator at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM).
My color solar etching, "Waiting," was selected by the distinguished panel of jurors for ViewPoint 50 which originated in 1968 and attracts artists from across the country and beyond. More than $6,000 awarded in cash and prizes are awarded in this national art competition.
The Cincinnati Art Club was formed in 1890 for the purpose of advancing the knowledge and love of art through education.
The second oldest continually operating organization of its kind west of the Allegheny Mountains, the Cincinnati Art Club is proud of over 125 years of service.
Located in historic O’Bryonville just minutes from downtown Cincinnati, Greenwich House Gallery is Cincinnati’s premier fine art gallery. At over 4,500 square feet, the gallery offers a wide variety of artistic styles, from contemporary to American impressionism.