Category Archives: Printmaking

Summer Stew

Things simmering in the summer hot pot: The 5th Anniversary 2011-12 Exhibition Season at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts opens in September with the venerable Graves Country – The Folk Art Collection of ol Roff.  I’m super excited … Continue reading

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Kunstlerleben Opens

Kunstlerleben – From Budapest to the Valley… the Stephen Gyermek Retrospective opens today! We (IF=superpower) finished the install last night (after a marathon week) and the show looks quite amazing.  What Miguel and I had envisioned as a visual immersion … Continue reading

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Who the hell is Stephen Gyermek?

I’m honored to co-curate an upcoming exhibition (Kunstlerleben : From Budapest to the Valley) this summer with Miguel Guerrero (Artist & Mentor Extraordinaire) featuring the amazing Stephen Gyermek.  Mr. Gyermek is truly a cultural treasure… art historian, master woodblock printmaker, … Continue reading

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Print Donated for SAC Fundraiser

I’ve donated a screenprint to the Stockton Arts Commission for the 33rd Annual Stockton Art Awards – A Night to Shine… – to be held on Friday, October 1st at Stockton Civic Auditorium.  Proceeds from the silent auction are used to fund … Continue reading

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