We are pleased to announce the 98th Annual membership show of the California Society of Printmakers. The opening reception is Jan 5, 2011 from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Alameda Free Library, 1500 Oak St, Alameda, Ca. All welcome! The show runs through Jan. 29th, 2011.
Exhibitions & Events
CSP member Daisy Eneix visited the Legion of Honor’s Japanesque show recently and wrote about it on her blog. She was able to watch a demonstration on Japanese ukiyo-e printmaking techniques by Tomoko Murakami. Head over to her blog and take a look!
After 3 hours of hard labor, CSP President Anthony Ryan and Historian Maryly Snow (acting as photographer) celebrate completing phase #1 of weeding and organizing the unofficial BASK archive (newly installed at a storage locker after years in Peter McCormick’s garage). There are about 100 copies of the monograph Master of Line — Winkler, one […]
Adobe Gallery hosts California printmakers By Julie Grabowski Originally printed in the Tri-City Voice Newspaper, May 18, 2010 Printmakers share their talents and vision in a new exhibit at Castro Valley’s Adobe Art Gallery beginning Thursday, May 20. “Printing from Perception: Observing Minute Details and Grand Gestures” features work from 63 members of the California […]
If you drive or look east you begin to see the blue abstraction of the Sierra Foot Hills. There is a theory in art that the further away an object is the more abstract it is and because of the distance the color of the object turns blue for the light is cooler. The closer […]
I published a short article on Karl Kasten in the Spring 2008 NewsBrief. Reading it over today, after a moving memorial luncheon for him, I realize that my article is flawed: it has the facts, but doesn’t begin to convey the enthusiastic generosity of spirit and joyful love of art that is Karl’s hallmark. This […]