Alyse hails from Boston where she studied fine arts at the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University in Boston and graduated with a BFA in 2015. She works primarily with photopolymer gravure etchings.
"Starry Starry Night" is one of Christina Altfeld's prints juried into the Human Forms exhibit at the Carpinteria Art Center. This monotype is printed on Habotai Silk. The exhibit is up until August 22, 2021
inkspot member Bay Hallowell's linocut with stencils print "E Pluribus Unum" (One from Many) is part of the Tri-County Juried exhibition "At the Edges" at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art in Santa Barbara. May 20-June 19, 2021
“Jealousy” a zinc etching, aquatint and drypoint. Jackie’s body of work is a combination of artistic processes, drawing, painting and printmaking. As she cycles through these modalities, she finds that she “can relinquish some control over the outcome”. We're happy to welcome Jackie to the inkspots group.
Christina, Beverly and Inés have pieces in the late Joe Cardella ArtLife Foundation’s “Post” Pandemic Art Exhibition. The exhibit is hanging at two locations Downtown Ventura; NAMBA Performing Arts Space, 47 S, Oak Street and around the corner at 365 E. Main Street, a vacant store front. Exhibit is also posted online https://artlifefoundation.org
Leslie’s piece “The Face of Fashion” is part of the virtual exhibit Insight 20/20 show with the Ojai Studio Artist Group at the Ojai Valley Museum. Show is up now until January 2021. You can visit the exhibit here: http://www.ojaivalleymuseum.org/insight-2020.html
Christina, Beverly, Bay and Leslie have pieces in the Art of the Printmaker exhibit at Carpinteria Art Association. This virtual exhibit is open to November 16th. After you browse, support your favorite piece in the People's Choice voting and you can purchase an original hand pulled print online here: https://carpinteriaartscenter.org/currentshow
Christina, Bay and Beverly have been juried into the “Time & Memory” exhibit at Westmont Ridley Museum, May 14-June 20th westmont.edu/time-memory. Westmont’s popular annual juried art exhibition, forced to go virtual during the pandemic, features 48 works by Tri-County artists. Christopher Miles, professor at the School of Art at CSU Long Beach, juried the show.
Inés and Christina are participating in the ImMigration, a collaborative print project at the Self Help Graphics in Los Angeles, located at 1300 E. 1st Street, LA 90033. The exhibit is on view January 11-February 22. In addition to the 15” right-angle triangular prints that have been put together in a quilt fashion, there are... Continue Reading →