20th Mini Print International Exhibit

Call for Entries

Opening Reception, Friday, November 2, 2018
Exhibition Duration,  November 2, 2018-Jan, 2019                                                          

The 20th Mini Print International is a juried exhibition of prints no larger than 4”x4” The Exhibition has been held bi-annually 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 Ink Shop began organizing this exciting exhibit starting with 16th Mini Print International. Our recent Mini Print shows have attracted artists from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Poland, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand as well as many artists from the United States. 
Information on past Mini Print International Exhibits.

Opening Reception: November 2, 2018, 5-8pm ESTNotification: October 12, 2018Arrival Deadline: September 28, 2018

Exhibition duration: November 2, 2018-Jan 2019


First Place Clea Wilkinson Entropia Inception 
Second Place Jim Pearson A Small Drama: Aberrant 
Third Place Isao Kobayashi The Proof of The Existance No. 21

Honorable Mention
 Jari Poulin Cryptic 
Honorable Mention Yoshiaki Murakami Walking Ship Form 
Honorable Mention Pat Bacon Berry Landscape



Kumi Korf born in Tokyo, Japan, and studied architecture at Tokyo University of Fine Arts. Her MFA degree (1977) is from Cornell University, in print-making. Her earliest artists’ books were exhibited at the Center for Book Arts and the Metropolitan Museum in 1986. After an apprenticeship at Dieu Donné Papermill in 1987, she developed her own technique to create works using kozo fiber with inclusions of printed paper, cloth, threads, and pigmented linen pulp. Kumi received a fellowship at Bob Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop in 1990 and has used intaglio printmaking for creating her unique visual world.

Mary Ellen Long  A multi-media artist, she exhibits throughout the wide world of art. She received BA and MA degrees from San Diego State and has received grants from the Colorado Arts Council. Mary Ellen has been a featured artist at The Center for Book Arts in New York City and has been an artist-in-residence at Edgemont Highlands in Durango creating outdoor environmental art for 9 years. Her book art has been placed in collections such as the Sackner Archive, MOMA Library, UCSD Special Collections, The Athenaeum in La Jolla, California and the National Museum for Women in the Arts Library. A recent retrospective “Journey of the Artist” was shown at Fort Lewis College Art Gallery in Durango, Colorado.


This program is made possible in part with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County. 

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