Type day!


This week SDSU Printmaking had fantastic opportunities to interact with two paper conservators from the Midwest Art Conservation Center. We studied works from the collection of the South Dakota Art Museum, and observed how works on paper might change over time.



Water-based woodcut demonstration at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing

In December 2012, I visited the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing as a guest artist and attended a water-based woodcut workshop with local printmakers and teachers.  This coming May and June, Stamps students enrolled in Printmaking & Culture of China class will be traveling to China and will visit Central Academy of ArtChina Academy of Art,  Tongji University to learn more about historic and contemporary China and discover the exciting landscape of contemporary Chinese printmaking.

and another woodcut demo…

color relativity exercises

color relativity exercises


ooh ahh (series), 2014

Spent the day at the MCBA, quickly putting together a small series of prints I’ll hopefully utilize in some future projects. Had a lot of help from annie. 

Type collection at Minnesota Center for Book Arts

#JimHodges at the #WalkerArtCenter

#JimHodges at the #WalkerArtCenter

Minnesota Center for Book Arts (at Minnesota Center for Book Arts)

Minnesota Center for Book Arts (at Minnesota Center for Book Arts)

Arts Visalia - Exhibitions - Visalia, California

Arts Visalia is seeking submissions for the 2014 North American Print and Drawing Exhibition, a juried competition which will showcase exemplary works in print and drawing produced within the past three years. All accepted artworks will be featured in a full-color exhibition catalogue.

Deadline: Monday, May 5th

JUROR: Roxanne Sexauer, Professor of Art, California State University - Long Beach

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Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition | Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts | University of Nebraska–Lincoln

The Department of Art & Art History at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln announces the third annual Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition. The exhibition will feature the work of the best undergraduate student artists from across the country and will be shown in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery at UNL. Entries will be accepted from April 1 to May 31, 2014. The exhibition will open on September 5, 2014 and will be on display through September 25th. Deadline May 31st, 2014!

Each year three different media disciplines will be featured, and in 2014 these are Ceramics, Photography and Printmaking. This year the jurors are:

Ceramics | Bobby Silverman, Director of Ceramics, 92nd Street Y, New York
Photography | Jeff Whetstone, Assistant Professor of Art, University of North Carolina
Printmaking | Rosalyn Richards, Professor of Art, Bucknell University

I love these, Lari!


Type-high matrixes made with the CNC router and laser cutter for the Fab! Print Lab demo at the Flatbed Contemporary Print Fair in Austin, Texas. Jaime Durham and Leigh Garcia helped make these blocks.

Stop by the Ritz Gallery this week to see this new suite of watercolor monotypes by Cole Behrends and other works by SDSU Visual Arts and Architecture students! Reception Thursday, Feb 27th 4:30-6pm.

Flux Factory Call for Artist/Silkscreen Residency, NYC, apply by Mar 1 Art Rubicon


via Art Rubicon Flux Factory is accepting applications to our residency program, and their  silk screen residency. Deadline: March 1st, 2014 at midnight E.S.T. Residency: Flux Factory is a non-profit arts organization, artist collective, and international residency program that hosts over 30 cultural producers from around the world each year. Fluxers benefit from an engaged and creative community, [&hellip