The Fine Print
Nova Scotia Printmakers
May 2 – 25, 2017
The Nova Scotia Printmakers, Visual Arts Nova Scotia group members, promote original prints regionally, nationally & internationally through workshops, demonstrations & exhibitions. Their delightful exhibition of small works, The Fine Print, runs from May 2 – 25 in the Corridor Gallery.
Mouse Ball, Erin Hollingshead, woodcut; City Sky, David Power, etching/aquatint on copper; Roman Valley, Anna Syperek etching and aquatint; Riel in Winter, Hannah Genosko, intaglio on handmade paper.
The Nova Scotia Printmakers is an informal body of professional printmakers and individuals with a more general interest in the printmaking media, sharing a common concern for printmaking and the desire to promote Nova Scotia prints and printmakers. Founded in 1988, the NS Printmakers Association, renamed NS Printmakers in 2014, provides a voice connecting printmakers in the region, educates the public on both traditional and experimental forms of print media, and organizes regular exhibits to show the work of memberships.
Artists featured in The Fine Print include Bonnie Baker, Diana Baldwin, Maria Doering, Hannah Genosko, Kate Georgallas, Carlos Gomez, Erin Hollingshead, Carloe Liu, Bob Morouney, Tony Myers, Linda Oickle, David Power, Diane Rosati, Julie Rosvall, Anna Syperek, Kristina Vermeulen, and Sally Warren.
These small prints will appear next in Inverness at the ICCA for NS Printmakers’ EXTREMEs exhibition along with big prints from their membership. It’s not too late to submit to that show. See their website for more info.
Located inside the Visual Arts Nova Scotia office at the Halifax Seaport since 2000, the Corridor Gallery is complimented by a historical legacy of Nova Scotia culture, simple yet modern architectural elements and an array of current cultural activity in the Cultural Federations of Nova Scotia office. The Corridor Gallery is located at 1113 Marginal Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia and is open Monday through Friday, 9:30am – 5pm.
Visual Arts Nova Scotia advances the visual arts through leadership, education, and communication.
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