Still pondering how to identify what makes a great print (for me, anyway), so stay tuned for that missive.
When I initially posted these selections on Facebook, I got a disgruntled comment about the presence of drawings among my selections. Hence my reminder about finding them among the group.
Regarding these West Coast Print Fair posts, please know that selections are made from what the dealers are offering. Drawings are on the table, as are paintings. Feel free to visit the fair’s web site: westcoastprintfair.com.
And please remember the randomness comes from my ordering the selections alphabetically by dealer. Today we’re starting with G (Roger Genser) and going through L (Josef Lebovic).
Here is #WestCoastPrintFair Curator's Choice, 3/5.
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Ann's art blog
A small corner of the interwebs to share thoughts on objects I acquired for the Baltimore Museum of Art's collection, research I've done on Stanley William Hayter and Atelier 17, experiments in intaglio printmaking, and the Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair.
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Listened to Platemark episode 102. Great stuff. I agree verbal exchanges with compatible minds on deeply shared content is rich, creative, wonderful, and hard to find. You both offered a delightful picture of how that has worked for you. And I felt [you were] courageous in the openness and visibility of your inner minds. Enjoyed it and learned a lot.