INK IT:
Contemporary Print Practices

Biennial Printmaking Exhibit Juried by Susan J. Goldman Features Works by 84 Artists from Across the Region

FEBRUARY 27 - APRIL 10, 2021

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The biennial juried exhibition INK IT: Contemporary Print Practices highlights current fine art print practices by featuring the best graphic work by artists from across the Mid-Atlantic region who choose both traditional and nontraditional printmaking processes to communicate images and words. The 84 works on display in the exhibition were selected by this year’s juror Susan J. Goldman, an artist, master printmaker, curator, filmmaker and founding director of both Lily Press® and the Printmaking Legacy Project®. The broad range or prints included in the INK IT: Contemporary Print Practices exhibition employ and combine techniques which include woodcut, linocut, lithography, engraving, etching, drypoint, chine colle, gravure, screenprinting, monoprint, collagraphy, digital printing, mixed media, as well as current innovations in printmaking. The participating artists are from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Washington, DC, Virginia, and West Virginia. 

Pictured Above: Adjoa J. Burrowes, Catherine Hess, Jenny Frestone, Jake Lahah, Anne C. Smith, Patricia Underwood, Imar Hutchins, Bridget Murphy, Fleming Jeffries, Pauline Jakobsberg, Cindi Lewis, Hester Stinnett, and Tom Greaves.

 
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Jill Adler

Sasa Aakil

Veronica Barker-Barzel

Agathe Bouton

Adjoa J. Burrowes

Kimberley Bursic

Susan Wooddell Campbell

Mary Ellen Carsley

Chayo de Chevez

Catherine Cole

Linda Colsh

Madeleine Conover

Rosemary Cooley

Jacqui Crocetta

Kristine DeNinno

Donald Depuydt

Aubrey Dunn

Dorothy Fall

Anne Finucane

Avis Fleming

Jane Forth

Jenny Freestone

Stephanie George

Robin Gibson

Tom Greaves

Amy C. Guadagnoli

Amelia Hankin

Jessi Hardesty

Marilyn J. Hayes

Mira Hecht

Dee Henry

Catherine Hess

Robert S. Hunter

Imar Hutchins

Rose Jaffe

Pauline Jakobsberg

Fleming Jeffries

Jill Jensen

Joyce Jewell

Claudine S. Jones

Gail Kaplan-Wassell

Rebecca Katz

Nilou Kazemzadeh

Barbara Kerne

Cookie Kerxton

Hanna Kesty

Brian Kreydatus

Jake Lahah

Jun Lee

Cindi Lewis

June Linowitz

Joseph Lupo

Chris Marcet

Sarah Matthews

Ron Meick

Diana Perez Miles 

Steven Munoz

Bridget Murphy

Nina Muys

Lee Newman

Thomas J. Norulak

Cory Oberndorfer

Mary D. Ott

Susan Due Pearcy

Iris Posner

Carol Reed

Edgar Reyes

Gretchen Schermerhorn

Adi Segal

Gail Shaw-Clemons

Lisa Sheirer

Anne C. Smith

Rhonda J. Smith

Hester Stinnett

Terry Svat

Caroline Thorington

Patricia Underwood

Chloe Wack

Jenny Walton

Richard Weiblinger

Ellen Winkler

Max-Karl Winkler

Clare Winslow

Jane Woodard

 

We invite you to experience all 84 works in the INK IT: Contemporary Print Practices exhibition in two ways. Enter our New Virtual 3-D Gallery and navigate using the menu to take a "Guided Tour" or select and go to specific pieces through the "List of Works". Also scroll through the Online Gallery and click images to view larger and read descriptions written by the artists.  

VIRTUAL EXHIBIT

COPYRIGHT STATEMENT: All images are the property of individual artists and are protected by copyright. No image can be used without the written permission of the artist.

PURCHASING ARTWORK: To purchase a piece from the exhibit, please contact our  Gallery Director Anne Burton by sending an email to aburton@blackrockcenter.org. Artwork can be picked up by appointment at BlackRock. Shipping can also be arranged for an additional fee.

 
3-D GALLERY

The Virtual 3-D Gallery may take a moment to load before you can enter and navigate using the menu icon in the upper right corner. Take a "Guided Tour" or go to specific works using the "List of Works". Access a description by clicking on artworks and then the "Info. Button". 

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ONLINE GALLERY

Clicking on images in the Online Gallery below will open a new window where you can view the artwork at a larger size and also read additional details, including a description written by the artist.