Released: April 9, 2021
Features a sampling of prints by SFCC faculty and students
Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery presents a virtual online Printmaking Exhibition, “Hung Out to Dry.” The exhibit features a mix of unframed prints by SFCC faculty and students hung in display to showcase the variety of work produced in the SFCC printmaking classes. The virtual exhibition will open on Friday April 23 and continue through June 11. Visit https://www.sfcc.edu/hung-out-to-dry/ to see the exhibition.
The SFCC Campus and the college’s Visual Arts Gallery are closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. The virtual exhibition was co-curated by SFCC Visual Arts Gallery Director Linda Cassel and SFCC Director of The Center for Book Art and Printmaking Patricia Pearce. “We think this exhibit shows the diversity of the medium of printmaking. It is an extremely exciting opportunity to explore the magical world of mark making,” Pearce said.
Prints were produced by the following participants: Gina Aranda, Rebecca Bradshaw, Jim Coogan, Ginger Delater, Mascha Denzinger, John Drabanski, Brewster E. Fitz, Gordon Fluke (instructor), Judith Gordon, Lynn Grimes, Kim Kulow Jones, Mike Kimball (instructor), Jennifer Lynch (instructor), Barbara Macks, TJ Mayberry, Brooke Remmert, Frank Remmert, Sudeshna Sengupta, Joan Stango and Peter Wilkenson.
The processes featured in the exhibition include: collagraph, engraving, intaglio, letterpress, linocut, mixed media, monotype, photopolymer, relief print, screen print, solar plate etching and wood block print.
Printmaking classes are offered on a regular basis. Read more about the Printmaking and Book Arts program. There are 16-week classes in the Fall and Spring semesters and 8-week classes for the summer session, which begins June 7. Summer registration opens April 13.
The video of the exhibition was produced by SFCC Film Equipment and Lab Technician Ashley Martinez.
Of Note: For more information about the gallery, contact SFCC’s Director of Art on Campus Linda Cassel at email@example.com or 505-428-1501.
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