May 16, 2019 – August 15, 2019
Opening Reception May 16, 5:30-8pm
Traditional Techniques: Contemporary Prints reveals the magical process of hand pulled printmaking using traditional techniques such as woodcut, etching, engraving, mezzotint, lithography and screenprinting. This exhibit highlights a cross-section of work by members of the California Society of Printmakers and Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanecer (TANA) who are using these methods to explore contemporary themes and styles. Join us at the opening reception on May 16th for printmaking demos by TANA and artist talks by CSP members Summer Ventis, Maryly Snow, Kent Manske, Joanna Kidd, and Hélène Paulette Côté.
Participating artists include Shunsuke Ando, Sandra Beard, Margo Bors, Zach Clark, Hélène Paulette Côté, Cathie Crawford, Christopher M. Dewees, Elyse Doyle-Martinez, Barbara Foster, Gino Herrera, Yuji Hiratsuka, Joanna Kidd, Danguole Rita Kuolas, Dixie Laws, Jissel Olea Lopez, Kent Manske, Sharon Augusta Mitchell, Jaime Montiel, Malaquias Montoya, Hj Mooij, Sheila Moreno, Lynn Newcomb, Meghan Pohlod, Jose Quintero, Aslı Sağlam, Stephanie Sanchez, Anita Seltzer, Susan Silvester, Robynn Smith, Maryly Snow, Mel Strawn, Ginger Crawford Tolonen, Frances Valesco, Summer Ventis, Katherine Venturelli, and Nanette Wylde.
The Barn Gallery is Yolo County’s newest exhibition space located on the beautiful 2.5 acre Gibson House property. The Barn Gallery is committed to supporting the continual growth and development of the arts by offering 1,400 square feet for installations and performances featuring a diverse selection of artistic mediums by emerging and established artists. The Barn Gallery is managed by YoloArts. Established in 1981 YoloArts is the state local partner of the California Arts Council and the central arts organization serving the county of Yolo. YoloArts provides the community with resources and access to the creation, exhibition and preservation of the diverse arts and culture of the region.
Left Image: Asli Saglam (CSP), Right After This Coffee, linocut
Right Image: Sheila Moreno (TANA), Buscando Nuestras Hermanxs (detail), intaglio