Printmaking is fussy and technical, marked by an interplay of control and experimentation. It is a practice filled with the kinds of successes and failures that give the print its enduring sense of mystery.
This week, more than 50 print exhibits are on view in Milwaukee in honor of the 1,500 or so printmakers from around the world, who have come here for the Southern Graphics Council International annual conference,
The Peck School of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design have teamed up to create a joint exhibit on both campuses that anchors the local programming called “Makers In Print.” The pair of international exhibits celebrate the diverse and idiosyncratic range of the print and includes works by important Wisconsin printmakers as well.
Read the full article at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.