I have work in “Dreamland…” a print portfolio curated by Sage Perrott (Haypeep) currently on exhibition at the Ocelot Print Shop in Detroit.
Artists: Sage Perrott (Haypeep), Mazatl, Adam Leestma, Joy Mallari (Kill Joy), Bryn Perrott (Deerjerk), Lauren Zalewski, Tonja Torgerson, Maren Munoz, Guen Montgomery, Tarantuga, Johanna Mueller, Johanna Winters, Melissa Dettloff, Brad Pierce (Buttcoffin), Kathy Puzey, Janie Stamm, Anna Tararova, Jazzmyn Barbosa, & Christa Carleton
Ocelot Print Shop
Friday, April 7th 6-9pm
3535 Cass, Detroit, MI 48201
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I have a new print* on display at the SGCi Conference, as a part of Not Approved be the Comics Code Authority (Too!) a portfolio organized by Jospeh Lupo. This portfolio seeks a diverse group of printmakers who use comic sensibilities in subtle, surprising, critical, or experimental ways.
Jamie Adams, Aaron Coleman, Raphael Cornford, Benjy Davies, Jon Irving, Brian Johnson, Emmy Lingscheit, Joseph Lupo, Dave Menard, Guen Montgomery, Neil Daigle Orians, Sage Perrott, Ian Sampson, Brett Schieszer, John Schulz, Tonja Torgerson
*My print is a subtle nod to GitS for all my fellow nerds.
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The Revolution Now exhibition, curated by Ash Marlene Hane and Angela Sprunger, acknowledges women who are creating change, locally or globally, known to many or known to a few. Their revolutions may be large and loud or slow and quiet, but their fight is now. Fourteen artists, including Hane & Sprunger, created new limited edition fine art prints for this show. Working in a variety of print media – including monoprint, relief and silkscreen – the collection introduces viewers to women from all over the world and in doing so encourages new dialogue and understanding.
1006 Marquette Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55403
03/21/2015 – 03/21/2015
I have recieved my sets from the Headshot folio, a print portfolio curated by Tim Dooley and Bill Fick, at the Mid America Print Conference (MAPC) in Minneapolis. The boxes for the sets were created by Yee-Haw Industries, they look amazing and pull everything together nicely.
The entire folio was exhibited in the Regis Center for Art as a part of the conference. Currently, you can also see the entire portfolio online at the Red Rocket Gallery.
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