Prints about Prints

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Prints on the Art of Printmaking

Western artwork, whether music, literature or painting, is often self-referential. Fine-art printmaking has been no exception. The 2015 annual historical prints exhibit at Argos surveys this theme across five centuries.

Robert Bell curated these 125 pieces from his collection. He will deliver a gallery talk on the network of cross-references throughout the exhibit, on the Sunday following the opening. Please RSVP for this talk.

Reception: Friday, Dec. 11, 5:30 – 7:30
Gallery Talk: Sunday, Dec. 13, 3 – 5pm (RSVP)
Exhibit: through January 3

Preview the exhibit here.

image: A Printer’s Workshop, Abraham Bosse, 12″ x 14″, engraving, 1642

Mary Teichman’s multi-plate intaglio

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Mary Teichman is a master of multiple color etching. The difficulty of the technique is enough to dissuade most artists, even most printmakers, from adopting it. Teichman aspired to it early and has become an acknowledged master of the method, which yields uniquely rich, dense images.

Argos presents a comprehensive exhibit of Teichman’s work. Please join us for the reception.

Reception: Friday, October 30, 5:30 – 7:30

Exhibit: October 30 thru November 22

Preview the exhibit here.

The New Mexican’s Pasatiempo editorial review is here.

Caroline Grant, Greta Young

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Two artists, two styles.

One method of working directly from the live model.

Please join us for an exhibit that celebrates the diversity of artists drawing and painting from the model at Argos Studio drawing groups.

Reception: Friday, October 2nd, 5:30 – 7:30

Exhibit: October 2nd thru October 25th

View image galleries for this exhibit here.

The New Mexican’s Pasatiempo editorial review is here.