National competition offers edgy, satirical and challenging viewpoints. Printed Image 5 opens April 18 at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery inside the library.
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Opening Reception
Friday, April 18
5:30 – 8:30 pm (refreshments served)
Awards announced
at 6:30 pm
Tom Huck: Juror’s Talk
Tuesday, April 22
7:00 pm
Marvin Auditorium 101C

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Photo credit:
Left to right: Aaron S. Coleman, The Vulture Eats Between Its Meals, lithograph; Tatiana Potts, Giants, linoleum relief print; Gordon K. Sherman, Can’t Draw, intaglio, digital, relief; Kurt Kemp, Radiculopathy, intaglio and hand work.

Printed Image 5

Challenging Ideas, Exceptional Techniques and a National Competition

See 35 new works by the best printmakers in the nation – from New York to Hawaii, Texas to Montana – at the Printed Image 5 exhibit in the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery.

Juror’s awards will be handed out at Opening Reception Friday, April 18. This year’s selected work is satirical, intense, edgy and challenging. Each artist reflects our world in his or her own way, and all are masters of their techniques, including etching, woodcuts, monoprints and silkscreen.125 artists from 35 states entered 423 prints. Out of them, Printed Image 5 Juror Tom Huck accepted 35 prints.
“The artworks convey social and political reality. Some works are responses to very personal experiences, and all of them will get you thinking,” said Sherry Best, Sabatini Gallery director.

Find out more about the Printed Image 5 and find out which artists got into the show.

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