IN PRINT

Opening reception: Friday, November 4, 2016, 7 – 9 pm Art Alliance Gallery Downtown, 123 S Fraser St. State College, PA 16801

On view: November 4, 2016 – 30, 2016

Art Alliance Gallery Downtown presents IN PRINT, a group show of eight Centre County artists that explores tradition and innovation within creative process.

What do sculpture, wearable art, and printmaking have in common? Printmaking as an artistic practice requires precision and foresight. Today’s print artists span material, context, and technique in a relentless effort to stretch the boundaries of their field and think critically about the world through their work. And yet, within this exploration, process remains central to practice. The cast and printed work of Disruptive Jewelry and the poetic exactitude of Stainton’s ceramic vessels are similarly shaped by process. IN PRINT is a cooperative study in traditional and experimental forms of mark-making in both two-dimensional and sculptural objects, and brings together an exciting mix of subjects, styles, and media to look at process as a guiding principle in the creation of artistic objects.

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Disruptive Jewelry

We work in wood, metal castings, 3D printing and other media.

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Elaine Elledge

I discovered my love for block printmaking through the art of papercutting.

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Laura Maney

My current focus is stone lithography, an almost magical process whereby a print is produced by first drawing an image on a stone…

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Ingrid Booz Morejohn

A few years ago I began studying printmaking, blending a lifelong interest in multiples and an attraction to textures, strong colors and bold graphic shapes.

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Susan Parsonage

For me, there is a distinction between what is merely seen and that which is felt and tacitly understood.

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Michele Randall

My work responds to patterns in nature or human habits as they reveal themselves through time.

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Mary Shoemaker

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Ian Stainton

My first experience with clay occurred while I was studying painting at Carlisle College of Art and Design in Cumbria, England in 1974.

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