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Home And Earth
Willie Cole, Home and Hearth, 2011
Serigraph on paper, 30” x 20”

 

Garrett Ron
Garrett Ron, Magpie Americana, Etching, aquatint, drypoint, open bite with hand coloring, 18" x 24"

 

August June
August June, Kiss at L'Hotel de Ville, silkscreen, 31.5" x 44"

 

Blosser Becky
Blosser Becky, Trap Study 3, Serigraphy, 10" x 10"

 

Robinson Jenny
Robinson Jenny, Infrastructure # 2, drypoint, 26" x 54"

 

Cardillo Sandra
Cardillo Sandra, Connections 2, solar plate etching mounted on wood panel, 8" x 8"

 

Hagner Dirk
Hagner Dirk, L.A. Guns, reduction relief cut, 34" x 32"

 

Gallego JoanK
Gallego JoanK, Locked, reduction linocut, 14" x 13"

 

Blow David
Blow David, We All Go Blind, digital print, 12" x 20"


 

 

THE BOSTON PRINTMAKERS
2015 NORTH AMERICAN PRINT BIENNIAL

Biennial 2015

EXHIBITION DATES: NOVEMBER 8 – DECEMBER 12, 2015

DOWNLOAD PROSPECTUS HERE

LIST OF ACCEPTED ARTISTS

OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, November 8, 2 – 5pm

JUROR: Willie Cole, Contemporary Conceptual and Visual Artist
Juror's Talk: Sunday, November 8, 1pm
at University Hall Amphitheater at Lesley University
1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

Public Events:
Looking at Prints: Gallery talk with Julia Talcott and Lois Tarlow
Thursday, November 19, 6pm

What Makes a Great Print? Gallery talk with Master Printer Carolyn Muskat
Saturday, December 5, 1pm

Free and open to the public

Roberts Gallery, Lunder Arts Center at Lesley University)
1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA
Open Daily from 11am-6pm
(closed Thanksgiving Day)

Juror
Willie Cole

Throughout our 68 year history The Boston Printmakers has upheld the highest traditional standards in the field of printmaking, while continually looking toward the future, by embracing innovative and diverse contemporary printmaking media and methods.  Willie Cole, as juror for the 2015 North American Printmaking Biennial, is a refection of those values. Mr. Cole, an inventive printmaker, has work in the permanent collections of MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum as well as scores of international public and private collections. That he works in many media including found object sculpture, drawing and painting in addition to lithography, woodcut and digital printmaking reflects the inclusiveness of printmaking by artists today. Dennis Michael Jon, juror of the 2013 Biennial, stated: “Prints are frequently segregated from other forms of art…[reflecting] an implicit devaluing of the print medium...the perception of printmaking as a cohesive and independent discipline seems to be facing increased scrutiny, especially among younger contemporary artists, for whom cross-disciplinary experimentation and technical innovation can be fundamental to their expression.” The Boston Printmakers is confident that Mr. Cole’s expertise and far ranging interests will contribute to the goal of promoting printmaking as relevant, innovative and noteworthy, placing it front and center in the world of contemporary art.

Biennial Venue
The Boston Printmakers 2015 North American Print Biennial is honored to be one of the inaugural exhibitions at The Lunder Arts Center at Lesley University College of Arts and Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Calendar 2015
Dec 10, 2014 Application process opens at CaFE
May 13, 2015 Application process closes
Jun 15 Notifications emailed
Aug 24 – Sep 19* Shipped work must be received (*from outside U.S. by Aug 31)
Sep 19 Hand delivered work must be received
Nov 8 Opening reception and events
Dec 12 Exhibition closes
Dec 13 Pick up of hand delivered work
Dec 14 Return of shipped work

2015 North American Print Biennial Prizes  

Purchase Prizes:

The Boston Printmakers Prize

Collection: The Boston Public Library
http://www.bpl.org/research/print/index.htm

The Graphic Chemical Prize
Collection: Graphic Chemical and Ink Company, Villa Park, IL
www.graphicchemical.com

The Otis Philbrick Memorial Prize
Collection:  The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
http://www.mfa.org/collections/prints-and-drawings

The Ture Bengtz Memorial Prize (to a Boston Printmakers Member)
Collection:  The Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA
http://www.artcomplex.org/index.html
           

Materials Awards

Blick Art Materials, Galesburg, IL
http://www.dickblick.com/

Boxcar Press, Syracuse, NY
www.boxcarpress.com

Constellation Studios, Lincoln NE 
http://constellation-studios.net/

Gamblin Artists Colors, Portland, OR
http://www.gamblincolors.com/

Hiromi Paper International, Santa Monica, CA
http://store.hiromipaper.com/

Legion Paper / Moab Paper
www.legionpaper.com

McClain’s Printmaking Supplies, King City, OR
www.imcclains.com

Mixit Print Studio, Somerville, MA
http://www.mixitprint.com/

MOO, Lincoln, RI
www.moo.com

Muskat Studios, Somerville, MA
http://muskatstudios.com/

Oehme Graphics, Steamboat Springs, CO
www.OehmeGraphics.com

Savoir-Faire/Charbonell, Novato, CA
www.savoirfaire.com                                           

Savoir-Faire/Fabriano, Novato, CA
http://savoirfaire.com/manufacturers/fabriano    

Singer Editions, Boston, MA
www.singereditions.com

Takach Press Corporation, Albuquerque, NM
http://www.takachpress.com
           
Zea Mays Printmaking, Florence, MA
www.zeamaysprintmaking.com

Eligibility
North American artists 18 years and older are eligible to enter. Original, innovative works in all printmaking media are eligible. Photographs, offset reproductions, or reproductions of artwork originally produced in another medium will not be considered. Submitted work may not have been exhibited in any other Boston Printmakers exhibition.


"The North American Print Biennial, can answer any and all questions about the state of printmaking today...printmaking is alive, well, and thriving.... "

-Roberta Waddell, Curator Emerita, The New York Public Library


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