Feb 3 – Mar 3, 2012
Opening reception: Thursday, Feb 2, 7-9pm
A diverse printmaking exhibition by members of the Art Institute of Capilano University thatexplores a microcosm of dynamic changes occurring in international print culture, especially with regard to the digital revolution.
The exhibition includes a variety of printmaking processes- everything from the classical etching, relief and silkscreen to the more modern photo and digital work, often in combination with each other. Through these processes, the artists explore the surfaces and possibilities of scale, embossments, enamels, rare Japanese Gampi papers and metallic surfaces.
The exhibition will showcase diverse images and concepts- every thing from environmental issues, technology and the human condition to the creative act, music and ecology.
Free Artist Talk and Demonstration: Saturday, February 11, 1-3 pm
An artist’s talk and demonstration on relief and intaglio printing plates and process.
Please register: 604-988-6844 or firstname.lastname@example.org .