Posts Tagged ‘Printmaking’

Adimando Exhibition, Severe Solitude, at Steel House Projects

Johnny Adimando (Critic, Printmaking) has a solo-exhibition of new works on paper at Steel House Projects (711 Main Street) in Rockland, ME. Severe Solitude, features works from a new and on-going series that focuses on alternative plating techniques for the creation of intaglio-based prints. Themes in the work range from alchemy, ancient astronaut theory, prehistoric life, space […]

Heyman Paper Screens at Cade Tompkins Projects

Daniel Heyman (Senior Critic, Printmaking) will be showing two large paper screens, one folding and one wall mounted, at Cade Tompkins Projects (198 Hope Street, Providence) as part of a group exhibition which runs from 21 March to 28th April 2018. The two prints were created at the Awagami Paper Factory in Tokushima, Japan, where […]

Babcock Reaches Watershed in Pawtucket

May Babcock (Critic, Printmaking) recently completed at exhibition, Blackstone Watershed: A Exhibition in Handmade Paper, at Machines with Magnets (400 Main Street, Pawtucket). Babcock explains that her most recent work is rooted in hand papermaking processes. Blackstone Watershed is a new body of work in response to the nearby Blackstone River, its industrial textile history, plant ecologies, and […]

Adimando Featured by RISCA

Johnny Adimando (Technical Assistant, Printmaking) was recently featured in an artist profile by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA). Adimando was the recipient of the 2016 RISCA Fellowship in Drawing and Printmaking, the profile is quoted in full below. Johnny Adimando’s work has been defined as; “art that speaks to a constantly […]

Foster Exhibition ‘Illuminating’

Megan Foster (Associate Professor, Printmaking) is currently featured in a solo exhibition at the Black & White Gallery (56 Bogart St, Brooklyn, NY) entitled Illuminating. Foster’s work offers an insightful narrative of the everyday experience through a mix of art, architecture, design and so-called science. Inspired by her middle-class, suburban upbringing, Foster has been making paintings […]

Raftery Showing at Ryan Lee Gallery, NYC

Andrew Raftery (Professor, Printmaking) will open his new exhibition entitled Autobiography of a Garden on Twelve Engraved Plates at the Ryan Lee Gallery (515 West 26th Street) in New York City. The exhibition opens on 10th September with a reception from 4:00-6:00PM, the exhibition will be on show through 5th November 2016. The title, which is partly […]

Heyman Work at the Schoolhouse Gallery

  Daniel Heyman (Senior Critic, Printmaking) presents a new suite of paintings and drawings on wood currently on display at the The Schoolhouse Gallery (494 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA) until 24th August 2016. For a number of years and in service of larger constructed narratives he has been using the plates from woodblock prints as states and […]

Ferreira and Shure Featured in ‘Works on Paper’ Exhibition

Henry Ferreira (Associate Professor, Printmaking) and Brian Shure (Assistant Professor, Printmaking) are featured in a new exhibition Works on Paper currently on display at the Dedee Shattuck Gallery (1 Partner’s Lane, Westport, Mass.) until 1st may 2016. All of the featured artists in the exhibition, which also includes Lyell Castonguay and RISD alumni Elizabeth Ferrill , […]

Rongbaozhai Hand Wood Block Printers to Visit RISD

  RISD Department of Printmaking, with the support of the Global Engagement and Curricular Development Fund, is proud to host three experts from the woodblock printing studio of Rongbaozhai (Beijing, China). Rongbaozhai, Studio of Glorious Treasures, began as a paper and stationary shop founded over 300 years ago. It is a joint private-government owned publishing […]