West Coast Ink: Printmaking from San Diego to Seattle
The University Art Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition West Coast Ink: Printmaking From San Diego To Seattle, that opens with a reception on Thursday, March 13, from 4-6 p.m., and remains on view through Sunday, April 13.
The exhibition, organized by Kurt Kemp, professor of printmaking at Sonoma State, and Michael Schwager, professor of art history and director of the University Art Gallery, is being presented in conjunction with Bridges, the annual international conference of the Southern Graphics Council being held in San Francisco this year. West Coast Ink will display a wide range of contemporary printmaking techniques and approaches, including etching, lithography, linocut, monotype, silkscreen, woodcut, digital and even tapestry by a range of artists from up and down the West Coast, as well as one artist from Hawaii.
The exhibition is featuring the work of Sandow Birk (Long Beach), Michele Burgess (San Diego), Anthony Discenza (Oakland), Eleanor Erskine (Portland), Kota Ezawa (San Francisco), Kevin Fletcher (Santa Rosa), Salomon Huerta (Los Angeles), Chris Johanson (Los Angeles), Eunice Kim (Seattle), Amanda Knowles (Shoreline, WA), Hung Liu (Oakland), Kim MacConnel (San Diego), Ben Moreau (Bellingham, Washington), Deborah Oropallo (Oakland), Chris Papa (Seattle), Clare Rojas (San Francisco), Masami Teraoka (Hawaii), Lava Thomas (Berkeley), William T. Wiley (Woodacre, California), and Robert Yoder (Seattle).
University Art Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. and weekends, noon - 4 p.m. Gallery is closed Mondays and holidays. For more information, please call x4-2295 or email Carla Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org.