'Print Types' Exhibit Opens at Shore Gallery

for immediate release Aug. 26, 1997

Shore Art Gallery has opened its 1997-98 season with the national touring exhibit "Print Types." After opening Monday, Aug. 25, the exhibit runs through Sept. 19.

The exhibit is designed to introduce the wide range of processes and techniques available to modern print makers. Viewers will find examples of both the traditional and contemporary approaches to printmaking. "My Rolling Mare," a drypoint by Sigmund Abeles, and Sara Van Niekerk's wood engraving "North Cerney Sheep Sale" are included along with monoprint, etching, mezzotint, serial etching, lithography, aquatint and embossment. The imagery is as varied as the processes illustrated and runs the gamut from highly representational to totally non-objective images.

"Print Types" includes the works of 29 artists who are members of The Print Consortium , Kansas City, Mo., an international coalition of printmaking artists.

Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Admission is free.

If you are a member of the media who would like more information about this release, please contact Malissa Endsley, director of media relations, at endsleym@nicanor.acu.edu or call 915-674-2692.

This page is maintained by Malissa Endsley, endsleym@nicanor.acu.edu.
Last update: September 1, 1997