Atrium Gallery presents "The Print," featuring works by Blanca Botero, Suzanne Caporael, David Klamen, James Kuiper, Karen Kunc, and Jim Nickel. This exhibition focuses on prints and printmaking utilizing various processes.
Atrium Gallery announces an upcoming summer show "The Print," featuring works by Blanca Botero, Suzanne Caporael, David Klamen, James Kuiper, Karen Kunc, and Jim Nickel.
Included are works involving a variety of print processes, including etchings, aquatint, woodcuts, monoprints, photography, relief, lithography, and screenprinting. This exhibition is designed to present a rich range of print media and inform our audience regarding current practices. Printmaking has a more than 500 year history with many major artists involved during past centuries as well as currently. Albrecht Dürer was one of the early pioneers developing an extensive audience for his prints, as was Rembrandt. Many elements of current printmaking have remained essentially unchanged from these roots, and yet there have been so many refined and innovative ways to produce print images. During this exhibition Atrium will present several opportunities to learn more about current printmaking, major artists involved, market value, etc.
The exhibition opens Friday, June 3 with a Reception from 6 - 8 p.m., and will run through August 13.