I will be showing and selling at Zea Mays Printmaking: Print Fair North on Sunday, October 2, 10 am–5 pm under a tent in the plaza behind Thornes Marketplace. Rain or shine. The one-day fair is part of the Print Works 2016 festival in Northampton.
On Friday, October 14, 5–8 pm at A.P.E. Gallery, Zea Mays Printmaking and Peregrine Press (Portland, Maine) will hold an opening reception for The Unity of Opposites. This collaborative exhibition runs October 4–30 and travels to Portland's Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA in February. #telephoneexhibit
A.P.E. alumni show of tiny, affordable art. Come see. Come buy. Through January 4, 2016.
Zea Mays Printmaking artists exhibiting at E/AB 2015: Anne Beresford, Annie Bissett, Judith Bowerman, Liz Chalfin, Nancy Diessner, Tekla McInerney, Frank Ozereko, Lynn Peterfreund, Joyce Silverstone, Nanette Vonnegut, and Carolyn Webb. Opens Thursday.
See you in New York.
Photo: Thereafter no. 3, monotype, 2015
Happily, we're well into a bountiful May. Fresh starts, long mornings, and big prints. Lament is resurfacing in an exhibit of artists’ books in the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections on the theme of memorial. And a new book, The White Out will be included in an exhibit of book art inspired by Hedi Kyle, on view June 5–July 26 at 23 Sandy Gallery in Portland, Oregon.
Photos: Precious eggs; journal pages; new monotypes.
Spring is late. Photos of new and not-so-new books have been taken. A detail of each is here. Additional views and descriptions will be posted on the Books page—soon. Every single thing seems to be moving at the pace of our melting snow: slowly. Enjoy this in-between. I do.
Photos: The White Out (interior detail); Archipelago (spine detail).
Happiest threading a needle and disappearing.