A Special Opportunity

LEXINGTON OPEN STUDIOS WEEKEND

THIS WEEKEND

APRIL 29 & 30

In addition to the exhibition in the gallery you can enjoy seeing printmakers at work in

The Studio @1963

(below the gallery)

Meet three printmakers who will be printmaking in the studio.

See the press and hear about the process... 11 am - 5pm both days

Many other artists and venues open around town this weekend too:


April 21 - May 7, 2017

a diverse printmaking exhibition

featuring the original artwork of 30+ artists

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Printmakers participating: Jeanne Borofsky, Sandra Bowden, Selma Bromberg, Sandra Cardillo, Elizabeth Carter, Debra Claffey, Brian Cohen, Christiane Corcelle, Gracia Dayton, Susan Denniston, Soosen Dunholter, Ann Eldridge, Tamar Etingen, Ann Forbush, Molly Gayley, Lonnie Harvey, Sirapi Heghinian Walzer, Judy Bergman Hochberg, Brad Johnson, Pam Lawson, Bonnie Lerner, Joni Liberman, Sandra Mayo, Bonnie Mineo, Carole Parrish, Nancy Popper, Jan Powell, Gillian Ross, Gloria Ross, Rani Sarin, Marilyn Sherman, Stephanie Stigliano, Julia Talcott, Mary Teichman, Amy Schupler Veaner, Amy Waltch, Natalie Warshawer.


Join us on 

FRIDAY, APRIL 21

for an Opening Celebration

Drop in between 5:00 - 8:00pm

We look forward to welcoming you!


'Trainspotting', Mary Teichman

'Trainspotting', Mary Teichman

New England has a rich heritage of printmaking - it's home to the Boston Printmakers and Monotype Guild of New England. “Impressions” features over 200 works of art from more than 30 emerging and established artists, based in the region, many of them members of these organizations. Visitors will enjoy a diverse range of work highlighting traditional as well as new techniques and innovative processes used by printmakers. If you are new to printmaking you'll also have a chance to learn more about the process.

As with every show at gallery blink, the presentation of the work encourages visitors to experience art in new ways. We’re become known for the way we hang and stage art. We often talk about how each work ‘speaks’ to its neighbor as a way of drawing in the viewer, but the staging also helps in this regard. We often place artifacts strategically near a piece so they draw attention to an aspect of the work perhaps not immediately obvious. One of our patrons put it like this:

“Seeing the artwork hung in context makes the viewing experience so much more meaningful. The work is technically great, but the focus here is so much more on the heart and soul of what the art is about.”

With such an eclectic mix of fabulous works from so many emerging and established artists, we think you will be really ‘impressed’ with this show! 

We look forward to welcoming you here...

John & Gillian Ross


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