Ink Shop – Two Virtual Galleries and One Window Display @ Cayuga Gimme!!

Ink Shop

330 E. M.L.K. Jr. St.(2nd floor)|ink-shop.org/

Two Virtual Galleries and One Window Display!!

 

Limerick Studio Printmakers | 20 Years of Change

Following a successful joint project honoring the tenth anniversary of both studios in 2009/10, Limerick Printmakers are collaborating once again with The Ink Shop on an ambitious print project. Each printmaker created an edition of 21 prints, with both studios receiving a full set of prints from each studio. The theme of ’20 Years of Change’ welcomes a wide set of interpretations and allows for diverse responses from participants. The project will feature up to 36 printmakers in total. All work will be exhibited together in both Ireland and the US in late 2020 and will become part of each studio’s permanent archive. The Limerick prints can be seen by appointment in the Ink Shop Studio Gallery and in a virtual gallery.

Ink Shop Printmakers | 20/20 Hindsight Portfolio

Following a successful joint project honoring the tenth anniversary of both studios in 2009/10, Ink Shop Printmakers are collaborating once again with Limerick Printmakers on an ambitious print project. Each printmaker created an edition of 21 prints, with both studios receiving a full set of prints from each studio. The theme of ’20 Years of Change’ welcomes a wide set of interpretations and allows for diverse responses from participants. The project features 33 printmakers in total. All work will be exhibited together in both Ireland and the US and will become part of each studio’s permanent archive. Both portfolios are currently on exhibit and can be seen by appointment in the Ink Shop Studio Gallery and in a virtual gallery.Showing Sept 4th through Oct 2nd.

 

 

Ink Shop @ Gimme! Coffee Window Display

430 N. Cayuga St.|ink-shop.org

 

Kaleb Hunkele| False Wall (2020)

False Wall is a combination of materials, process, and prints. The two traditions that make up these prints: woven textiles and screen printed editions result in repeated patterns. They rely on hand-painted backgrounds to bring irregularity into the movement of the body of work. Showing September 4th-October 2nd. Made possible through the Ink Shop Printmaking Center by the generous support by the Kahn Family Fellowship and in part with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by the Community Arts Partnership.

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