Thursday, March 31, 2016

SGCI Print Conference

We are showing our prints as part of the big SGCI print conference in Portland.

Many people came by to see our prints
(March 30, 2016) from 6 - 10 pm

The printmakers from Hoofprint from Chicago
were two of many printmakers 
who visited our pop-up show

Matthew Letzelter (from PNCA) 
and Eleanor Erskine (from PSU) 
are both printmaking professors in Portland.
Thank you to Eleanor Erskine for lending
us the space.

Toru Sugita (left)
printmaker from San Francisco.
We have exhibited Toru with the 

Downstairs Michael McGovern
was giving a print demonstration

Of the many other print shows, we probably identify most with the one organized by Rogelio Gutierrez -- Ni de Aquí Ni de Allá/ Neither Here Nor There

Fernando de Leon

We enjoyed meeting Brian Lane
he curated the theme portfolio 
shown at PSU

Kyle Huntress
"What Would Freud Say"
from the "Dreamscapes" porfolio

Print Zero Studios is sponsoring another print exchange -- 7 x 10 inch prints, edition of 15 -- deadline July 31st, 2016.

Print Zero Studios has self-published catalogs of their past print exchanges on Lulu, like we did for our print exchanges.

Monday, March 28, 2016


We hung the 30 prints of the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta at Portland State University; in the mezzanine of the print studio in Neuberger Hall.

Perhaps the best time to view the show is during Portland State University Open Reception -- Wednesday, March 30th, from 6- 9 pm.

This pop-up show is for the big SGCI print conference in Portland from March 30th -- April 2nd, 2016.  This show is listed as one of the exhibitions at Portland State University during the SGCI conference.

Our pop-up show is at Neuberger Hall, 2nd floor, 724 SW Harrison Street (Printmaking Studio Mezzanine, Room 260)

Neuberger Hall doors

Neuberger Hall
(view from the park)

Tanya Rich and Lauren Moran hung the show.
as well as one of the Desert Triangle print artists

The next day (March 31st) 
Lauren Moran gave a talk about 

Checking our ad out 
from a pile of Hi-Fructose magazines,
largest bookstore in the world

Tanya Rich found the Portland Triangle
(but we abused the food triangle 
and ate at Voodoo Doughnut)

We are looking forward to visiting Flight 64, and other printmaking studios, and partaking in art projects while we are in Portlandia.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Hi-Fructose Ad

We placed an ad in Hi-Fructose art magazine -- volume 39, page 21 -- coming out in April, 2016.

This advertises our exhibition at the El Paso Museum of Art, and the silk screen demo on April 14th, featuring Taller 75 Grados, from Mexico City.

Hi-Fructose cover,
volume 39

Our ad is on page 21

Monday, March 7, 2016

Pátzcuaro -- 28 Artistas de la Frontera Norte

El Centro Cultural Antiguo Colegio Jesuita in Pátzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico, will be showing part of the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta from March 11th to April 3rd.

Previously they showed 18 of our prints, in September 2015.

UPDATE (Sept 2016):  El Centro Cultural Antiguo Colegio Jesuita in Patzcuaro accepted our carpeta for their collection:

Derli Romero, director of the 
accepts our carpeta