Monday, January 21, 2013

Reception for UALR print exhibit is Friday

Posted By on Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 11:24 AM

William Bailey, Viale
  • William Bailey, "Viale"

Blackwell, Triumph Trumpet
  • Blackwell, "Triumph Trumpet"
Julie Speed, Ad Referendum II
  • Julie Speed, "Ad Referendum II"
Gustave Baumann, Singing Woods
  • Gustave Baumann, "Singing Woods"
Mamma Andersson and Jockum Nordström, Faces
  • Mamma Andersson and Jockum Nordström, "Faces"

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a reception for "Collecting Prints (1997-2012): Works from UALR Permanent Collection," 20th century and contemporary work collected over the past 15 years, from 5-7 p.m. Jan. 25. The exhibition honors the tenure of Art Department chair Win Bruhl, who is retiring in June. The show will feature diverse methods of printmaking, including a Gustave Baumann woodcut ("Singing Woods," 1926); a William Bailey aquatint ("Viale," 2002), etchings jointly created by Mamma Andersson and Jockum Nordström ("Faces," 2010), a Julie Speed polymer gravure ("Ad Referendum II," 2005) and a Tom Blackwell screen print ("Triumph Trumpet," 1981).

The show opened Jan. 14 and will run through March 11.

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