Past Events at Chicago Printmakers Collaborative Gallery
6th Annual $20 Cash ‘N Carry Sale
May 18, 2013 12-6pm
There will be stacks and piles of hand made $20 prints everywhere, overflowing out onto Western Avenue, where they'll likely fly around and get stuck onto car windshields unless you buy them first. So please help us avoid unwanted motor accidents by scooping up as many as you can. Stock up on gifts for the entire year. There will be tons of tees, cards, and other cool stuff, but mostly REALLY AWESOME screenprints, etchings, lithos, woodcuts, etc...
About the ShowArtists: Starshaped Press, Justin Santora, Kyra Termini, Mary O'Shaughnessy, Liz Born, Dan Grzeca, Phineas Jones, Screwball Press (Steve Walters), Dennis O'Malley, Amos Kennedy, Maria Sanchez, Dan MacAdam (Crosshair), Kim Laurel, Deborah Maris Lader, Megan Sterling, Mike Schwindenhammer, Michelle McCoy, Elke Claus, Lloyd Patterson, Sanya Glisic, and more more more!
Purely Aesthetic: A New Look at Formalism
March 23, 2013
CPC is very pleased to announce the next gallery exhibition, curated by Maggie Lane Marlin. An exhibition of prints with a renewed embrace of formalist aesthetic, where imagery, color, shape and form convey meaning.
The 23rd Annual International Small Print Show and Holiday Sale
January 26, 2013
GORGEOUS, whimsical, fun and AFFORDABLE works on paper. We've been doing this for 23 years, and it just keeps getting freakingly better! Lots of new artists, as well as your veteran faves, from all over the planet. Over 60 artists and hundreds of prints, many under 100 bucks. An opportunity to buy local and meet and support the artists in your community and beyond. Purchase utterly unique and meaningful gifts for your loved ones this holiday. Meet and greet over hot cider, fresh brewed coffee and artist-made treats in an oasis of warmth on Western Avenue....we can't WAIT to see you and show you around!
This show will also feature a HUGE selection of small artist-made cards, books, t-shirts, posters and other DIY gifts.
About the ShowParticipating Artists: Grazvyda Andrijauskaite (Lithuania), Colleen Aufderheide, Liz Born, Corinna Button (UK), Eva Christensen, Marnie Galloway, Christine Gendre-Bergere (France), Sanya Glisic, Misha Goro, Dan Grzeca, Patrick Herndon, Todd Irwin, Ryan Kapp, Amos Paul Kennedy Jr., Scott Kiefer, Eunji Kim (Korea), Deborah Maris Lader, Jeff Lassahn, Kim Laurel, Letterform, Siu Jane Liu (China), Dan MacAdam, Maggie Marlin, Ray Maseman, Michelle McCoy, Bert Menco, Maria Mungai, Ashley Nason, Dennis O'Malley, Mary O'Shaughnessy, Artemio Rodriguez (Mexico), Maria Sanchez, Jeff Sippel, Sarah Smelser, Starshaped Press (Jen Farrell), Megan Sterling, ShawnStucky, Kyra Termini, Charlie Van Gilder, Amy Ventura, Scott Westgard, Cleo Wilkinson (Australia), Nele Zirnite (Latvia)
Danse Macabre: Death and the Printer
October 6, 2012
In a nod to the earliest depiction of a print shop appearing in a printed image, The Chicago Printmakers Collaborative show, Danse Macabre: Death and the Printer, is showcasing work by Chicago-area artists dealing with the universality of death and how they perceive it. No matter what one's station in life, the Danse Macabre unites all. Come celebrate life, death and the printmaker'shistorically-inspired, yet contemporary expression of printed matter within this artistic genre.
CPC will be hosting an Open house/Demo on the day of the Opening reception called Woodblock X Woodblock inviting neighbors, friends and the community to come see resident artists talk about the role of woodcuts/reliefs in depicting imagery related to the Danse Macabre and Day of the Dead. Demonstrations and hands on relief printing to occur concurrently. Death...what a relief!
About the ShowFeaturing work by: Maggie Marlin, Michael Thompson, Jim Lloyd, Megan Sterling, Sanya Glisic, Phineas X. Jones, Maria Sanchez, Bobby Garro Sutton, Catherine Jacobi, Kim Laurel, Artemio Rodriguez and Joel Rendon.
July 14 - September 1, 2012
Sanya Glisic presents "Nowhere Woods", an exhibition of new explorations in woodblock relief printing, featuring a series based on an original story. The exhibit will also unveil a collection of new screen prints and other recently printed images.
Sanya Glisic is a Chicago-based illustrator and printmaker, originally from Bosnia. In 2010, she illustrated and hand-bound an edition of books based on a 19th century collection of grim tales, Der Struwwelpeter. She has contributed illustration work to Penguin Group, Seven Stories Press, Black Candy Records, Newcity Magazine, and Harold Washington Literary Award. Additionally, her work has been included in the recent exhibition at The Rubin Museum of Art in New York, as well as Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago. Sanya has just completed a 6-month Residency at the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative.
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