Seattle printmaking hot spot Sev Shoon Arts Center fills Seattle City Hall with an exhibition of more than 30 artworks by 10 Northwest artists. Sev Shoon: 20 Years of Printing will be on display through April 18.
The exhibition features a variety of modern and ancient techniques including monotype, monoprint, etching on copper, chine-collé, aquatint, engraving, relief, silkscreen, moku hanga and collagraph.
Featured artists are: Betsy Barnum, Barbara Bruch, Dionne Haroutunian, Amanda Knowles, Francesca Lohmann , Kelda Martensen, Elizabeth McDonald, Theresa Neinas, Nate Strottrup and Kathryn Trigg.
Meet the artists at a reception, 4:30 to 7 p.m., Thursday, April 7, at Seattle City Hall.
Image: Dionne Haroutunian; Fusion (detail); 2010; etching, monotype, chine-colle and archival digital print; 28″x20″.
Mark Reff says
Sounds like a wonderful exhibition. The variety of artwork it will have will be fascinating to see. Also nice that some of the artists plan to be present.