Two works were recently accepted into PaperWorks 2018 exhibit at the Upstream Gallery, at Hastings-on-Hudson.Since 1991 Upstream has been a unique community of arts professionals whose members work together cooperatively to maintain a unique exhibition space. Paperworks 2018 solicited works around “The inventive eye” Observation,Transformation and The Art of Seeing”. The Exhibition was curated by James Lance McElhinney, Artist, publisher and recepient for numbers honors.

Thursday, June 21st Opening of exhibition
Sunday, June 24th Opening reception – 2 to 5 pm

Let’s Get Political!

A two color aquatint etching by Craig Fisher titled “Who’s watching the Watchman” was accepted into the exhibition Political Impressions , The Print Club of Rochester International Print Exhibition to be shown at the Bevier Gallery on the campus of the University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Exhibition dates June 8-August 11, 2018.


An Intaglio Chine Collé aquatint The Transit of Venuswas accepted into Art from the Heartland, The Art Center’s biennial regional competition. The exhibition returns in 2018 to showcase the diverse talent of artists living in the Midwest. Open to artists from Indiana and surrounding states, Art From the Heartland is a comprehensive take on contemporary art in America’s Crossroads. Juried by a guest curator, this exhibition will fill four of the galleries throughout the summer and award $4000 in prizes to some of the region’s most exciting and ground-breaking artists.

A colored mezzotint “The Grotto” was accepted into the 2018 Print Exhibition at Ft. Wayne’s Artlink. This exhibition, in its 38th year, will feature contemporary printmakers working in all printmaking mediums, including intaglio, lithographs, relief, screenprints, monoprints, letterpress, artist books, digital prints and print installations. This year, we are honored to have Liz Maugans, printmaker and co-founder of Zygote Press, as the juror of this exhibition.


Good News from Artlink!  An 18″ x 24″ mezzotint “The Grotto” received a juror”s award by Liz Maugans for the 38th National Print Exhibition.