Past Exhibit: thINK
Boston Printmakers Members Show 2010

First Part: May 15 - June 5, 2010
artists reception: Saturday, May 22, 3-5 p.m.

Second Part: June 12 - July 3, 2010
artists reception: Saturday, June 26, 5-7 p.m.

gallery hours: 12-5 Saturday & Sunday

"In our business we answer many questions about technique. How many times have we heard, “How are prints made?” “Please explain this technique,” or “How many steps does that involve?” Obviously prints make people thINK. This show aims to answer these questions as well as to highlight the rich talent and individual developments prevalent across our membership."

"The Boston Printmakers was founded in 1947 by a small group of students and faculty at the Boston Museum School and the Massachusetts College of Art. Soon, its membership included not just local artists but those from across the country and around the world. The organization flourished during the postwar period, and today its North American Print Biennial is one of the longest-running and most influential printmaking exhibitions in existence."

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Go to page two of artwork from the show.

Donald Stoltenberg
Brewster, MA
Collagraph Intaglio
19 x 16", NFS

Martin Levine
Coram, NY
Aquatint with Chine Colle
19 x 14", $750

Evan Lindquist
Jonesboro, AR
Observer: Witness
18 x 16", $500

Jim Horn
Dorchester, MA
Comm. Ave. Green Line
Inkjet Print
18 x 21", $350

Judy Bergman
Canton, MA
Polymer Plate Photogravure from Painting with Light Photo
14.75 x 18.5", $300

Sidney Hurwitz
Newton Center, MA
Paint Factory
Etching/ Aquatint
18 x 23", $400

Michael Arike
Mamaroneck, NY
Color Aquatin
14.25 x 12.25", $250

Yuji Hiratsuka
Corvallis, OR
Hybrid Tulips
Intaglio with Chine Colle
24 x 16", $450

Stephen McMillan
Bellingham, MA
January Snow
26 x 18", $200

Dirk Hagner
San Juan Capistrano, CA
The Secondaries Devour the Primaries
Dry point, Relief, Monotype
21 x 16", $800

Anthony Lazorko
Mesilla, NM
Going Home
Color Woodcut
17.5 x 23.5", $450

Jessica Dunne
San Francisco, CA
Bicycle DE III
Spitbite Aquatint
13.5 x 14.5", $400

Masaaki Sato
New York, NY
Newstand No 61-AB
Solarplate Etching and Hand Color
18 x 26", $960

Art Werger
Athens, OH
Color Mezzotint
26 x 18", $600

Holly Berry
Waldoboro, ME
Worker Bee
Multi-block Linocut
17 x 15", $450

Sergio Gonzalez-Tornero
Mahopac, NY
Dry point
17 x 21", $300

Julie Brown Smith
Monterey, CA
What is Happening Will Become Memories
14 x 16", $325

Sylvia Walters
Oakland, CA
Untitled (Woodpeckers)
12 x 20", NFS

Click here for page two of artwork from the show.