Saturday, February 9, 2019

Summary -- Living Relief

We had a great opening for the "New Mexico: Living Relief" exhibition, on February 1st, 2019.  Many visitors came from Santa Fe.  Many of the artists came.  And the director of the Albuquerque Museum, Dr Andrew Connors, came.

This exhibition aspired to exhibit the best living printmakers in the state of New Mexico, including those in the 575 area code, living in the southern part of the state.  In this way it was a follow up to last year's Southwest Print Fiesta in Silver City, as well at the "Carved Line: Block Printing in New Mexico" exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum one year earlier.

Catalogs from previous print shows

Also in the hallway we hung relief prints from just across the state line, by artists in El Paso.

Relief artists from El Paso
featured in the hallway

Remarque February Residents  

The Monday following our opening, Remarque Print Workshop in Albuquerque hosted 5 printmakers from Oregon and Colorado, for a week long residency.

Print residents at Remarque
busy making prints in February 2019


We are showing 158 matted and framed prints, from Mexico and the USA  -- the Ambos Lados International Print Exchange -- at the upcoming SGCI print conference in Dallas, March 6th - 9th, 2019.  We also have prints from Australia, Canada, Cuba and Ireland.

During the opening we showed one of those Ambos Lados prints, by Curtis Wilson III.

Ambos Lados is listed on the SGCI website,
if one clicks on "Exhibitions"

We delivered 10 boxes of framed prints,
the Ambos Lados International Print Exchange, 
to Nancy Palmeri on February 4th, 2019,
at the University of Texas at Arlington

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful talent and wonderful photos. Wish I could have been there.