10th Annual National Juried Exhibit of Printmaking

My piece Glass Shadows was selected for the 10th Annual National Juried Exhibit of Printmaking at Imago Gallery.

I am in very good company!

Glass Shadows Kathy Klompas


10th Annual National Juried Exhibit

on view

November 19 – December 6  |  2015
 – Artist Reception Friday November 20 –

At Imago Gallery | 36 Market Street | Warren | RI

Gallery Hours
Thursdays 4 – 8 pm
Fridays & Saturdays Noon – 8 pm
Sundays 11 am – 3 pm
Tourist #1   by Annie Lee-Zimerle from OH
Crooked Creek    by Marissa Angel from TN
Printmaking Now

includes 55 prints by 46 artists from 19 different states.

The work in the exhibit represents a wide variety of
printmaking techniques including 
Dry Point Etching | Silkscreen | Solar Plate Etching
Monotypes | Linoleum | Woodcut | Lithography | Intaglio
Digital on Mylar | Aquatint
Juror Andrew Stein Raftery selected the prints from over 196 submissions by 71 artists from across the United States. A printmaker specializing in narrative scenes of contemporary American life and a professor of printmaking at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI, Raftery trained in painting and printmaking at Boston University and Yale. He has focused on burin engraving for the past 12 years, publishing the portfolios Suit Shopping in 2002 and Open House in 2008. Both projects were exhibited at Mary Ryan Gallery in New York and were collected by the Whitney Museum of American Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Boston and the British Museum.
This national printmaking exhibit is one example of how IMAGO Foundation for the Arts (IFA) supports community involvement in a wide range of cultural activities related to the arts.
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