Past Exhibits

Student Show | Ithaca College

Ithaca College | Student Prints

Opening Reception Friday, April 5, 2013

April 5 - April 30, 2013

Curated by Pamela Drix, co-founder of the Ink Shop, who currently teaches at Ithaca College. This exhibition will highlight the best work by students in introductory and advanced printmaking classes at Ithaca College.

Faculty members Susan Weisend, Patricia Hunsinger, and Pamela Drix have each handpicked the best of the prints in this show. Different processes are represented, including intaglio, woodcut, linocut, screenprinting, lithography, and bookmaking. In some cases, hybrid approaches are integrated into the students' prints.

Susan Weisend is the Chair of the Art Department, and teaches Introduction to Printmaking, Screenprinting, and Book Design. Patricia Hunsinger teaches 2D Design, Lithography, and Advanced Printmaking, and Pamela Drix teaches Introduction to Drawing and Introduction to Printmaking.

 

No Land Escapes

No Land Escapes curated by Barbara McPhail
Reception Fri, Mar 1, 2013        Feb 1 - Mar 29, 2013

No Land Escapes is an exhibit by six artists from NY State and Wisconsin whose work speaks to the environmental, health, and social issues of continued fossil fuel development.

Pamela Drix  |  Elizabeth Durand  |  Craig Mains
Barbara McPhail  |  Teri Power  |  Kathleen Sherin

The artists’ viewpoints feature many facets of the fossil fuel development issue, including the changed landscape, the potential of toxicity, related water issues, the beauty of the landscape pre-drilling, and spiritual references embodied in Native American ideas of preservation and protection of the earth. The stories told in the images are informative, heartbreaking and hold this self-evident truth; no landscape involved in fossil fuel development escapes impact.

The exhibit includes printmakers featuring unusual scale, sculptural print combinations, innovative and traditional techniques, and artists from varied geographic locations.

All exhibits made possible with help from the Community Arts Partnership
and special support for this exhibit by the Puffin Foundation

 

 

No Land Escapes: Kickstarter | Facebook

Elizabeth Durand 4

 

Barbara McPhail Eviction

 

Craig Mains Gas Rig Fire

 

Kathleen Sherin TOF

 

Teri Power Changing Landscapes

 

Shifting Perceptions | Cosmos work by Rosalyn Richards

Shifting Perceptions | Cosmos by Rosalyn Richards
Reception Fri, Nov 2, 2012      Nov 2, 2012-Jan 26, 2013

Shifting Perceptions, is a visual narrative that explores signs, symbols, codes and other means of classification derived from scientific and technological sources.

 

Rosalyn Richards, Lewisberg PA,
is a Professor of Art at Bucknell University. She uses diagrams, charts, and other information systems to create imaginary worlds that are evocative and suggestive of natural processes and events.

She has taught at Dartmouth College and University of Central Florida and is an MFA graduate of Yale University School of Art. Richards has won numerous awards including Color Intaglio Award, Society of American Graphic Artists 2011, Recognition award for Etching and Color Printing, New York Society of Etchers, First Ntational Intaglio Exhibition and

Purchase Award, Pacific States Biennial National Print Exhibition, University of Hawaii.

Rosalyn Richards' work is represented in museum collections at Ackland Art Museum - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Brooklyn Museum, Bucknell University, Chicago Art Institute, Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts - UCLA, Hood Museum - Dartmouth College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mineapolis Institute of the Arts, Museum of Art - Rhode Island School of Design, New Britain Center of American Art, State University of New Mexico - Las Cruces, University of Minnesota, Yale University Art Gallery

 

"Pictorial references may seem familiar but are intentionally abstracted and remain elusive. Textured and layered imagery raises issues of memory, history, acquisition of knowledge, the transformation of information, and the ultimate mystery that underlies nature despite our elaborate attempts to create meaning.

Marks, the incising of lines, scrapings and fissures serve as a window into the life of materials, but also create a progressive history of alterations of the surface. The intimacy of the small-scale prints suggests notebook pages and imaginary diagrams, or cosmologies, and speaks to human efforts to discover new layers of reality beneath the surface of our everyday world. Some of the prints use appropriated imagery from scientific diagrams or microscopy. In more recent prints I have been seeking to free the line from the representation of forms, and use it to create atmosphere and space. There is a sp

ecific energy to each mark and line that can create a sense of fluidity and open-endedness, leading the viewer to multiple interpretations of the imagery."

Rosalyn Richards
www.rosalynrichards.com

17th Mini Print International Exhibit

                      Opening Reception, Friday, September 7, 2012
                        Sept. 7 - Oct. 26, 2012 
                                                
 

The 17th Mini Print International is a juried exhibition of prints no larger than 4"x4". The Exhibition has been held biennially since 1985 and was founded and directed by Bev McLean who saught to challenge artists and provide an affordable form in which international art could be brought together. The exhibitions have toured throughout the US and abroad. The Ink Shop was a host of the 16th exhibit and is now organizing the 17th and following exhibits.
Information on past Mini Print International Exhibits.

Jurors:
Minna Resnick received her BFA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her work has shown nationally and internationally, and resides in many permanent collections, including: The Victoria & Albert Museum, London; The Denver Art Museum; JCI University, Jingdezhen, China; Kunsthaus Grenchen, Switzerland; New York Public Library, as well as numerous university collections.

Andrea Inselmann has been curator of modern and contemporary art at Cornell University's Johnson Museum since 2002. She holds an M.A. in cultural studies from the University of Texas at Austin. After participating in the Whitney Museum Independent Studies Program she served as assistant curator of photography at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas for seven years and then as curator of exhibitions at the Kohler Arts Center in Wisconsin for six years. Inselmann has organized over 80 solo and group exhibitions in all media by emerging and established, national and international artists.

 

Exhibiting Artists

Linda Andrei • Michael Arike • Fawn Atencio • K.C. Baca • Judy Barringer • Sara Basher • Matthew Basinski • Judith Brandon • Marie-Ange Brassard • Liese Bronfenbrenner • Nicole Brunet • Alexander Buzzalini • Kathy Caraccio • Stephen Caron • Pa’l Csaba • Deb Dudick • Scout Dunbar • Mark Dutton • Beth Fein • Aidan Flanagan • Yoshiko Fujita • Donald Furst • Laura Glenn • Rebecca Godin • Dorothee Goldman • Jo Gravely • Caleb Harrington • Martha Hayden • Charles Heasley • Magali Hernandez • Laura Hogan • Kazuko Hosomizu • Anita Hunt • Judith Jaidinger • Karen Klee-Atlin • Aneta Kolodziejczyk • Andrew Kozlowski • Adrienne Lederman • Lorna Livey • Nori Lupfer • Fred Madden • Craig Mains • Barbara McPhail • James Mullen • Margaret Myers • Margaret Nelson • Jim Pearson • Clarissa Plank • Ramneek Pooni • Jenny Pope • Debra Radke • Margot Rocklen • Kelly Roe • Kristi Ryba • Masha Ryskin • Adan Saenz • Marilee Salvator • Chaya Spector • Werner Sun • Amanda Verbek • Susan Verberg • Leela Viswanathan • Mary Walker • Ellen Weider • Lisa Wightman • Cleo Wilkinson • Carolyn Witschonke • Christen Wolf • Joe Ziolkowski

 

 

 

 

 

 

Light Swallower | work of Roberto Silva

The Ink Shop will also be exhibiting the work of the 2012 H. Peter Kahn Family Fellow, Roberto Silva Ortiz in the Legacy Foundation Gallery.  Mr. Silva Ortiz is both an accomplished painter as well as a printmaker.

Light Swallower displays a work in progress which started in 2011 and was developed between the Ink Printmaking Center and the Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. This exhibition articulates a different approach towards the artist's representational art. The series is composed of paintings, prints, light boxes and textiles. Roberto Silva-Ortiz reflects and celebrates artificial light and modern architectures. This results in a visual world - mainly inspired by cities such as New York City, Miami, Oslo, Berlin and the unique town of Ithaca N.Y. - constructed by fascinating symmetries and fractals. A strong dialogue between the analogical artistic horizons and the latest digital procedures creates folding compositions and leads the craftsmanship of the exhibition itself.

Ink Shop Printmakers Exhibit

Ink Shop Annual Members' Exhibition  2012
Gallery Night Reception  Friday  June 1,  5-8 PM
Showing June - August

The Ink Shop Printmaking Center's Annual Members' Exhibit features Ink Shop artists exploring many varied printmaking techniques. The Ink Shop has developed a solid reputation for providing professionally curated exhibitions. We have shown artists/printmakers from all over the world and been invited to show our work nationally and internationally, as far away as Japan.  Our popular classes, taught by members, include intaglio, etching, lithography, bookbinding, wood cut and screen printing. Come June through August and explore our exhibit of over twenty member artists.

 

POWERfull, new graphic works by Dusty Herbig

Opening Reception: Friday May 4, 5-8 PM   Gallery Night 

May 4 - May 25  2012

Syracuse artist Dusty Herbig shows new graphic works in the exhibition ‘POWERfull’
Work included in CSMA’s Legacy Foundation Gallery seeks to draw conclusions and develop contradictions about the dichotomic commentary revolving around the concept of power, and/or energy. Whether questioning origins of power, the lengths we go to in order to obtain power, or the ramifications we all face for the prospecting for power, the work seeks to open dialogue about POWER.
Work in the hallway portion of this show includes a related collection of works dealing with subject of expanding human population.
 
Herbig is the recipient of a 2011 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship in Printmaking, Drawing, and Book Arts. He exhibits nationally, participating in juried exhibitions in all corners of the U.S.: Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Portland, San Francisco, New York City and internationally, including exhibitions in Japan, Canada, China, Argentina, Spain, Pakistan, Taiwan, Brazil, Germany, South Korea and Poland. He earned an M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.F.A. from Fort Hays State University in Hays, KS. 
Herbig is also an assistant professor of printmaking in the Department of Art at Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, where he teaches lithography, intaglio, serigraphy, relief and all levels of advanced courses, including those in the graduate program, which was recently ranked no. 19 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. He also serves as the director and master printer of Lake Effect Editions, the press of the SU printmaking program.
Learn more about Herbig at http://dustyherbig.com.

 

The Expressive Mark: Prints from Ithaca College

Opening Reception: Friday May 4, 5-8 PM   Gallery Night
May 4 - May 25  2012
 


Floating Lanterns Kathy Zink

Artists make marks. The quality of the line in an original print is as distinctive as any handwritten signature. In today’s printmaking practice, artists achieve unique line qualities through different processes, including screenprinting, linocut, woodcut, lithography, and intaglio, sometimes combined in artists’ books. Some of these processes are as old as writing itself! Printmakers explore marks multiple ways. The show celebrates these explorations.
Students and faculty at Ithaca College present a group show of relief, intaglio, and lithographic prints. Faculty artists include: Pamela Drix, Patricia Hunsinger, Minna Resnick, and Susan Weisend.

Pamela Drix teaches relief/intaglio and drawing at Ithaca College and is one of the founders of The Ink Shop. The majority of her work focuses on woodcut and the intaglio processes. She has participated in numerous exhibitions around the world. Patricia Hunsinger teaches lithography and 2D design.  Her work focuses on lithography, screenprinting, and woodcut. She has also been in numerous shows and part of many international collaborations. Minna Resnick, a nationally and internationally known artist, teaches screenprint and drawing at the college. The majority of her work is created through screenprinting and lithographic processes. Susan Weisend teaches book design, relief/intaglio, screenprinting, and lithography, and serves as the Chairperson for the Department of Art. She has exhibited for thirty years both in the Untied States and internationally.  Her prints mainly focus on intaglio and bookmaking. Student artists from last year and this year’s classes have entered prints created in their respective classes.


untitled  Stephanie Lee

This shows brings together original prints by faculty and students at Ithaca College where printmaking techniques are integral to the department’s visual art curriculum. Students learn carving techniques, making stencils for screenprints, photolithographic processes, and various intaglio processes including drypoint, mezzotint, and hard ground line etching. The faculty is dedicated to teaching the art and craft of the print. These prints represent a wonderful overview of their efforts.
 

North by Northeast: Nova Scotia Printmakers

Open Reception Friday, April 6, 5-8pm
April 6 - April 30, 2012

The  Nova  Scotia  Printmakers  Association

The NSPA was founded in the early 80’s by Ed Porter, Bob Rogers (both long-time instructors at Nova Scotia College of Art Design) and other interested printmakers who saw a need to unite the printmakers of the province, many of whom had graduated from NSCAD. Their main objective was to promote original prints by encouraging regional print workshops, educating the public about the mysteries of real printmaking and the differences between it and reproductions, to help with marketing, to connect with printmakers around the world, and to exhibit the work of the NSPA.

The NSPA has had many membership exhibitions across the province, with other shows travelling to the States and abroad. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has a collection of
members’ prints. There are now regional printshops across the province, notably the Society ofAntigonish Printmakers at St. FrancisXavier University, a group at the Y’Arc, the community art centre in Yarmouth under Cecil Day and a group of printmakers in the Wolfville area. NSPA also has strong ties with the printmaking department at Mount Allison University, Sackville, and with IMAGO in Moncton, both in New Brunswick and with St. Michael’s Printshop in St. John’s and Sir Richard Grenfell printmaking department in Cornerbrook, both in Newfoundland.


The NSPA’s membership includes both practising professional printmakers and those with a more general interest in the printmaking media, and includes many members from outside the province. The association has managed to pull together the printmaking interests of the isolated corners and the urban centres of the province for the benefit of both the printmakers and their ever widening audience.

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