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Thursday, January 21, 2016

"Delta National Small Prints" opens next week at ASU

Posted By on Thu, Jan 21, 2016 at 3:13 PM

click to enlarge David Blow, "My Conversation with a Rabbit," 2015, - digital giclée printed on Sunset Hot Press Rag, - 10 x 13 inches
  • David Blow, "My Conversation with a Rabbit," 2015,digital giclée printed on Sunset Hot Press Rag,10 x 13 inches

click to enlarge Michelle Martin, "Passage," 2015, photopolymer etching, 15 x 20 inches
  • Michelle Martin, "Passage," 2015, photopolymer etching, 15 x 20 inches
"My Conversation with a Rabbit" by Texas artist David Blow will no doubt fill your head with the tribute to psychedelia by the Jefferson Airplane when you go to the 20th annual "Delta National Small Prints Exhibition," opening Thursday, Jan. 28, in the Bradbury Art Museum at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.

The show this year is dedicated to Chucki and Curt Bradbury Jr., who have made significant contributions to the museum, in the Fowler Center. 

The signal exhibition attracts entries from all over the United States and abroad. (See images from past exhibitions here.) This year, juror Dennis Michael Jon, curator of prints and drawings at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, selected 55 works by 55 artists. 

Private donations made it possible for the museum to make 13 purchase awards for its permanent collection as well as publish the full-color catalog, which you can pick up for free at the opening reception. The exhibition continues through Feb. 28.

Bradbury Art Museum
Noon-5 p.m. Tue.-Sat., 2-5 p.m. Sun. and by appointment. 870-972-2567.


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