Exhibition Dates: September 9 through November 1, 2017
GRAIN is an exhibition of prints by members of Asheville Printmakers. The prints showcase a variety of print processes; all printed on 12 x 12″ paper. Participating artists explored and interpreted GRAIN in its many forms – of wood or paper; as food, as plant; as a concept or texture. Most of the works on view are for sale. The exhibition is on view from September 9 through November 1. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.
Asheville Printmakers (AP) encourages printmaking in the arts community and provides a forum for sharing experiences among its members. AP has a broad definition of print that includes most works in which artists are engaged in the production process including a variety of relief and intaglio methods, such as woodblocks, linocuts, engravings, etchings, lithography, collographs, and photogravure, as well as monotypes and alternative photographic printing processes. http://ashevilleprintmakers.org/