This exhibition brings together nine women artists whose work in printmaking transcends the two-dimensional. Using paper, but also materials as diverse as glass, fiber blocks and water, these artists reshape traditional ideas of art in the form of prints, sculpture and social practice. Curated by artist and Assistant Professor of Art Susan Belau, the exhibition features new work by artists living in Australia, Canada, Taiwan and the U.S. Wednesdays-Saturdays, 11am-4pm. Opening reception: February 22, 1-3pm. Free.
Fine Arts Building, Fine Arts Gallery
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Website: Fine Arts Gallery
Sponsor: Fine Arts Gallery
This exhibition is presented in association with the 42nd annual SGC International Printmaking Conference, held March 26–29 in the Bay Area. SGC International is the largest print organization in North America.
This exhibition has been generously supported by the SF State Instructionally Related Student Activities Fund and the SGC International Printmaking Conference 2014.
Pey Chwen Lin
Golden Gate Xpress, February 11, 2014
SGC International Printmaking Conference 2014
Visiting Artist Lecture: Imin Yeh, March 6