"California's Future?" Prints from the Los Angeles Printmaking Society
April 17, 2016 – May 22, 2016
Prints from the Los Angeles Printmaking Society:
Artists: Judith Amdur, David Avery, Clovis Blackwell, Joan Dix Blair, Mary Sherwood Brock, Karen Brussat Butler, CathyJean Clark, Judy Dekel, Lise Drost, Beth Fein, Karen Fiorito, Kirsten Flaherty, Susan Gesundheit, Dorothy Grow, Dirk Hagner, Bay Hallowell, Linda Lyke, Kathryn Maxwell, Diane McLeod, Irena Raulinaitis, Marianne Sadowski, Masha Schweitzer, Katherine Sheehan, Noriko Uriu, Joseph Vorgity, Sylvia Walters, Monica Wiesblott, Michele Winkler, and Pamela Zwehl-Burke
California, like of the rest of the world, is facing
climate change, drought and unsustainable farming practices that
threaten our food and water supplies. The purpose of this exhibition is
not only to bring awareness to these environmental issues, but also to
explore how art can create change and promote a sustainable future. The Los Angeles Printmaking Society invites
its members to submit up to 3 original prints in any medium on
themes that explore the environment and sustainability. The exhibition
will be juried by renowned local artist Amir H. Fallah and will be on view at the historic Center for the Arts Eagle Rock during upcoming Earth Day celebration events.
In concert with the California’s Future? exhibition launch on April 17, 2016, Los Angeles Printmaking Society will conduct a special all-ages printmaking workshop at Center for the Arts Eagle Rock as part of a series of Earth Day celebration events..
Juried by Amir H. Fallah:
Fallah is an artist living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Amir received
his B.F.A. from The Maryland Institute College of Art and his M.F.A
from UCLA in 2005. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally.
Exhibits include shows at The Nerman Museum, Weatherspoon Art
Museum, The Sharjah Biennial 2009, LA Louver, The Third Line, Gallery
Wendi Norris, Charlie James Gallery, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, 18th
Street Art Center, Cherry And Martin, Frederieke Taylor gallery, Mary
Goldman Gallery among others. He has been a visiting lecturer at a range
of respected institutions, including Columbia College, USC, UCLA,
Cleveland Institute of Art, California State University, University Of
New Mexico, Otis College Of Art, and Maryland Institute College of Art.
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