Northwest printmakers to exhibit work in NIC's Corner Gallery
Printmakers from across the Northwest will display their work in the “Printmaking” exhibit Feb. 27 through March 24 in the North Idaho College Boswell Hall Corner Gallery.
The exhibit includes pieces featuring a wide range of printmaking techniques and images.
“This is a great exhibit for visitors to the exhibit to get a feel for the whole range of techniques and styles of printmaking,” said NIC Art Instructor and Corner Gallery Coordinator Allie Vogt.
The printmaking process is used to create multiple original pieces of art, or prints, which are typically produced from laying ink or paint on linoleum, metal or wood and transferring the image to paper.
Artists featured in the exhibit include Gonzaga University Associate Professor Mary Farrell, Assistant Curator for Education at the Jundt Art Museum Karen Lohrke Kaiser, Spokane Falls Community College Art Instructor Jeanette Kirishian, Whitworth College Professor Scott Kolbo, Artist Eric Rau of Spokane and North Idaho College Printmaking Instructor Joan Grey Smith.
The opening reception will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28 in the gallery.
Corner Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.
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NIC Art Instructor/Corner Gallery Coordinator Allie Vogt, (208) 769-3427Posted: Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2006