Generational Echoes new work draws inspiration from a traditional form of Japanese packaging known as furoshiki, in which a square of cloth or paper can wrap a gift or protect valuable objects.
Each year Open Studio selects four professional artists with or without printmaking experience to create traditional and/or experimental works in the print medium of their choice, working collaboratively with a print media artist.
A collection of ‘postcards’ reflecting an ongoing conversation about the experience of place - physical and psychic - by artists Yael Brotman, Karen Curry, Liz Parkinson, Snaige Sileika and M.J. Steenberg, colloquially called the Gibson Girls.
'Shape Garden 2019', by Toronto-based artist Tom Lecuyer, features a monotype print and the woodblocks used to create it. Shape Garden draws attention to the printmaking process and explores the relationship between print and sculpture.
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