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Print Austin Showcases Austins Finest Talent

“PRINT AUSTIN” SHOWCASES SOME OF AUSTIN’S FINEST TALENT

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Earlier this month we introduced you to “Print Austin” which has become quite the talk about town.   

We encourage you to get out and about from your home in Juniper Springs to enjoy some warm and wonderful artisty in and around the city of Austin.

Some additional things to do and see during this festival now follow.

Return to Pressure Island
Student Work from Texas A&M Corpus Christi, featuring the work of undergraduate and graduate printmaking students under the tutelage of Professor Ryan O’Malley. Live T-Shirt Printing Demonstrations,  Block Carving, Ink Slinging, Refreshments will be served,  
Reception: 7-10pm
Exhibition Dates: January 13-February 4
Venue: The Lion’s Nest Printshop Gallery,
1008 E. 6th St.

The Art of the Print
Selections from the Blanton’s encyclopedic collection of prints and drawings will be on view in the museum’s HEB Print Study Room.  The works highlight a variety of printmaking media–from monotypes to mezzotints, and metalcuts to lithotints, as well as original drawings for print production and process prints.  
 
January 21 
Time: 5-8pm
Venue: Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin, Julia Matthews Wilkinson Center for Prints and Drawings
 
Lasting Impressions/Current Work by Past and Present ACC Scholars
This exhibition will highlight the current work by past and present ACC scholars. Printmaking Studio open house during opening reception.

Reception: 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: January 15-February 26
Venue: Austin Community College Kramer Gallery, 1218 West Ave.

2nd Time Around
P. Thames McCroskery will be showing her most recent works in Relief, Collagraphs, Etchings and Mixed Media. Free wine tastings at venue.

Reception: 5-8pm
Exhibition Dates: January 15-February 15
Venue: Water 2 Wine, 3300 W. Anderson Ln., #304
 
McCallum Fine Arts Academy Printmaking Group Show
McCallum arts center gallery exhibits works from beginning to advanced printmaking.
Reception: 6-8pm
Open through February 3
Venue: McCallum Arts Center Gallery,
5600 Sunshine Dr.

Printmaker Happy Hour and Portfolio Viewing
Artist: Johanna Mueller
Come to network with other printmakers, swap prints and techniques, and get inspired by over 500 fine art prints from The Lion’s Nest’s private collection, including prints by Karen Kunc, Oscar Gillespie, Kathryn Polk and so many more!
Reception: 4-6pm
Venue: The Lion’s Nest Printshop Gallery,
1008 E. 6th St.

Changing The Subject: The Women Artists of The Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI)
Artist: Faith Ringgold
Founded in 1996 as part of Lafayette College in Easton, PA, the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI) has had a special emphasis on publishing minority artists. The results of these print collaborations have been included in many important collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.   A talk will be given by EPI’s founder, Curlee Raven Holton.

Artist Talk: 5pm
Reception: 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: January 21- February 14
Venue: Bone Black Gallery, Canopy, 916 Springdale Rd., Bldg. 3, Studio #102

PrintAustin Invitational: Layers
Artist: Joan Winter 
This exhibition includes artists using color and form with a fresh perspective and boldness. Artists: Brad Tucker, Cassie White, Joan Winter and Ken Wood  
 
Curator: Elvia Perrin
Reception: 6-9pm
Open through February 20
Venue: Link & Pin Gallery, 2235 E. 6th St., Suite 102

Pinot & Print
The shop at ASPCO
The Artists Screen Printing Co-op is a non-profit co-op of artists and designers who share a common screen printing studio in which they collaborate and create original works. Pinot & Print is a night of wine! We will be screen printing with wine (and drinking it too)! The event will

include two artist talks and an exhibit.  Reception: 7-9pm
Venue: ASPCO (Artist’s Screenprinting Co-operative), 507 Calles St., Suite 106

Dan Rizzie at Flatbed Press and Gallery
Dan Rizzie will be in house to sign his latest book and talk about his years of creating art through collaboration. “Dan Rizzie is the first monograph on this internationally acclaimed American artist who has created a unique iconography of the natural world in paintings, collages, and prints.

Book Signing + Artist Talk: 12pm
Venue: Flatbed Press and Gallery, 2830 E. MLK Jr. Blvd.
 

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