This fall, we collaborated with our friends in the Lone Star chapter of the Guild of Bookworkers, for an Autumn Print and Paper Exchange.
Each participant created a small edition of prints to send to other participants, +1 (optional) to send to LSC Events Coordinator, Jeanne, for an online gallery.
We welcomed any method of printmaking or paper or book arts, as long as it was editionable.
Here is the gallery, below, of the gorgeous work we received.
Barbara Adams Hebard. “Autumn Equinox at Boston College,” 2018. Acrylic paint on Ragston paper
Virginia Green. “Equal Night,” 2018. Flurry 118C white paper, printed on a Vandercook No. 4 Proofing Press
Æleen Frisch. “Paolo and Francesca in the Second Circle,” 2018. Solar plate relief print, with Akua ink on Marigold-infused paper
Erica Mena. “Gather I,” 2018. Letterpress printed collagraph and photopolymer, handmade paper
Erin Fletcher. “Evennight,” 2018. Paste paper with graphite
k. e. sekararum. “medo medhung” (storm clouds), 2018. Copper plate intaglio on handmade Asian papers
Matthew Lawler Zimmerman. “Birches,” 2018. Relief engraving
Adrianne O’Donnell. “Gulf Fritillary,” 2018
Elizabeth Mellot. “Eviction,” 2018
Kim Neiman. Studio 204. “Hello Pilgrim,” 2018. Vintage copper cuts and wood type letterpress printed on Crane Lettra, Ecru 100% cotton paper
Pamela Wood. “Fall Party,” 2018. Print and Prismacolor pencil on handmade cedar bark paper
Stu Copans. “Give Peace a Chance,” 2018. Mixed-media reproduction of a papercut (Salaam – Shalom) /carved rubber stamp print/ and an uncancelled John Lennon stamp
Detail: Stu Copans, 2018
Melanie Mowinski. “And you were the light,” 2018. Pressure print, stencil, linocut and handset type.
Cover: Melanie Mowinski, 2018
Call for entries to UNBOUND Vol VIII, the 8th annual juried exhibit of unique works exploring what a book can be… art using ‘the book’ as a material or format. Presented by ArtisTree Gallery in conjunction with the Bookstock Literary Festival in Woodstock, VT. Open to all 2D, 3D, installation, assemblage, film and video artists who are working in New England or New York.
Cash prizes awarded.