On the other end of the spectrum is a unique, experimental print produced by artist John Brinton Hogan by jacking up a truck and using it as an embossing tool. The impression left behind was filled with a sparkly medium.
“The pieces in this exhibition explore a wide array of topics: beauty and the sublime, narrative, history, identity and culture, memory, intuition, and place,” said Bennett. “The works are minimal, structural, atmospheric, flat, playful, layered and certainly varied.”
“The artists in this exhibition are not only printmakers; they bring a vast variety of expertise from other fields: photography, painting, ceramics, sculpture, bookmaking, installation and performance,” Bennett said. “While they respect the history of printmaking and the long‐held traditions of the medium, they also poke at the edges of the medium as they each seek to expand existing boundaries with a unique and compelling approach to their work.”
An opening reception is set for 5:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 5.