This year’s crew of printmakers --exhibiting woodcuts, linocuts, lithographs, silkscreen, etchings, collograpahs, monotypes and mono prints and other variations on printmaking--include Fred L. Berensmeier, Geoff Bernstein, Martha Cederstrom, Danielle Fogel, Zachary Gilmour, Lars Johnson, Elan Kamesar, Sophia Larsen, Katya McCulloch, Cindy Miracle, Barbara Morris, Elaine Nehm, Larry Rippee, Gabriele Schwibach, Xander Weaver-Scull, and James Craft, Bruce Fowler, Gary Harrell, Samuel Marquez and Michael Williams of the San Quentin Prison Project.
Here are atlas a few of the works from the show (I hope to dig up more).
Monotype, Xerox-transfer and ink by Sophia Larsen
Etching by Sophia Larsen
Xander Weaver Scull’s complex stencil/monoprint technique (usually with his own hand made inks)
Two more by Xander Weaver Scull
A multi media approach by Martha Cederstrom
“Noctua’ mixed media block print by Danielle Fogel
Two silkscreen’s by Geoff Bernstein
Monoprints by Barbara Morris
Here are a few pieces from the San Quentin Prison Project
Linocut by James Craft
Lino block print by Samuel Marquez
The stunning five-color reduction block print 'Back Door Man" by Gary Harrell
Thanks to Katya McCulloch for providing the work from her San Quentin students
Lars Johnson, in a departure from his abstract work contributed these woodcuts:
And, oh yea, my anxious piece, titled “Normalization of Deviance”
There was much more to the show than this. My apologies to artists not present here.
I’ll post more shots from the show when they emerge.