Otterbein University and Nicholas Hill, Professor of Art, at the university welcomed Artist in Residence, Lancelott Belaunde, from Santiago, Chile, to Columbus during October.
While in Chile, Lancelott create a suite of prints to exhibit at Otterbein during his residence. Approximately twenty-five of the new prints were exhibited for the first time in the entrance to Miller Gallery.
While in Columbus, Lancelott attended our October artist talk event. He then returned to etch and develop images on copper plates for new prints. A special Thank you to core member Eliana Saari and Michael Saari for assisting him with his processes at Phoenix Rising.
Click here to check out what is happening at Taller 99 in Santiago and view posts by Lancelott.
Jennifer Cross returns to classrom (briefly) as in-residence artist.
Cross taught at Columbus schools before coming to Hilliard in 1992 where she taught special needs and talented-and-gifted students at Ridgewood Elementary and then Norwich Elementary before retiring in 2014. Becky Rehbeck, an art teacher at Britton Elementary, knew Cross as a teacher at Norwich and invited her to visit the school where Cross taught students the process of paper-making.
Jennifer Cross (right) an artist-in-residence last week at Britton Elementary School, receives assistance from Brian Hall (center) and Brissa Garcia-Delapaz, both third-grade students at the school, in lifting a screen used to make paper.
Here is a sneak peek!
Phoenix Rising welcomes printmaker Ashlee Malloris to present an Artist Talk on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 2:00 pm.
Come and see these dynamic prints and learn how Ashlee develops her imagery. Light refreshments will be served.
This event is free and open to the public.
"I like to believe that artwork, not unlike humans, has a personality; characteristics that we, the audience, observe and decide who the work is. And in many ways, the characteristics and emotions we see in the work live within the artist. Therefore, viewing an artist’s work is taking a look at who the artist is, what they are feeling, and how he or she views the world.
My technique as a printmaker involves strategic placement of color and expressive line work meticulously planned before each project to successfully communicate an underlying theme. Subject matter in my work is derived from still life observation, a life experience, or in some cases, completely from imagination. Underlying themes I like to play with include indulgence, diligence, mortality, and celebration."
Crescendo is shown to the left. Click here to view more prints and learn more about Ashlee.
Join us at the Sunbear Studio & Gallery in Alexandria, Ohio this summer for a group exhibition titled "Current Impressions" by the members of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative. Alexandria is about a 40 minute drive northeast of Columbus, located 10 minutes from Granville on St Rt 37. The address is 3 W Main St, Alexandria Ohio 43001.
For Map and Gallery hours, Visit http://www.sunbearstudio.com/gallery.php
This exhibiton will be on display from July 29, 2016 through September 22, 2016.
Curated by Anne Cushman.
It wouldn't be Summer without the Ohio State Fair Fine Art Exhibition which runs from July 27 to August 7, 2016. This year 5 of our members are represented in the all Ohio exhibition! Please congratulate Eliana Calle-Saari, Judith Steele, Joan Tallan, Michelle Walker and Mary Batstone Woodworth for representing printmaking at this exhibition.
Visit ohiostatefair.com for more information.
Eliana Calle-Saari won the Printmaking Award for your stunning woodcut titled "Rest Stop 2".
first row, from left: Mary Woodworth, "Fault Lines" (collograph); Judith Steele, "Twirling" and "Spinning" (monoprints).
second row, from left: Joan Tallan, "Visit to Russia with Selfie" (lithograph) and "Future" (woodcut with chine colle); Michelle Walker, "In Motion", (etching ink on paper).
Jennifer Slezak's screenprint/collograph, I Never Loved You (More Than I Do Today), is one of over twenty prints by former students of OSU Professor Emeritus Charles. W. Massey, Jr. to be displayed this summer. The OSU Faculty Club is presenting this group exhibition "Secrets" which also includes works by Massey.
This exhibition will be on display July 5 through September 2, 2016, curated by artist and printmaker Sophie Knee. Visit ohio-statefacultyclub.com for directions and gallery hours.
Artist awards for the Zanesville Museum of Art's (ZMA) 72nd Ohio Annual Exhibition were presented at the opening reception on June 16th. The award for Best Works on Paper was presented to Joan Tallan! She is pictured next to her print (top image) titled "Hiding in Sewer" part of her Women of the Holocaust series.
ZMA Executive Director, Lanie Snyder, reported there were 400 submissions by artists from almost every county in Ohio and works by 55 artists were selected for the exhibition. This year's juror was Betty Talbott, the Director of the Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio. The exhibition is on display through September 9.
View ZMA hours and directions.
Members Anne Cushman and Mary Batstone Woodworth also had prints include in the exhibition. Congratulations to all three members!
Judith Steele has 3 relief prints currently on display in the exhibit, Noves Històries, the Ohio Art League 2016 Spring Juried Exhibition downtown at the OSU Urban Arts Space.
50 W. Town St. Columbus, OH 43215
60 works of art by 40 Ohio artists were selected for this exhibition on display through July 9, 2016.
Visit uas.osu.edu for gallery hours and parking suggestions.
Join Judith at the Closing Reception, juror's talk, and award ceremony on Saturday, July 9 from 5:00-7:00 pm.
Members are in exhibitions all around Ohio this summer!
View the complete list of exhibitions.
243 N. Fifth St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
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Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative is dedicated to promoting the art of printmaking by providing a well-equipped studio, educational opportunities and an environment of mutual support, camaraderie and inspiration for artists and students, and the community.
Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative was formed in 1996, and began renovating a 1904 building into a studio facility that opened its doors in September 1998. From its beginning the studio was equipped with a Takach etching press, a Vandercook relief press and materials to accommodate a variety of printmaking techniques. Later, Phoenix Rising acquired a second etching press and added additional mobile work tables so that more printmakers could work at the same time.
Phoenix Rising had always operated as a nonprofit organization, and in June of 2010 was officially granted 501(c)(3)status. The cooperative moved to its present larger venue in December 2011. The current facility is on the ground floor of a vintage factory with a full wall of north facing windows and is ADA compliant.
Phoenix Rising's artist members offer a variety of workshops and classes that highlight their particular skills and guest artists are invited to give special presentations. The artists of Phoenix Rising provide outreach programs demonstrating and teaching printmaking techniques in a variety of venues - public and private schools, art groups, colleges, artist's residencies, in-service workshops, etc.
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