It's spud-tacular in the #studio today! Inspired by the warming weather and furry friends, we're making potato prints. Grab a potato and some paints and join us!
In the Studio we're exploring shape, color, and duality in our own (mini) mixed-media screens. They may not be large enough to divide a room, like Sorman's, but they’re great on a bookshelf--flip it around depending on how you feel that day!
Did you catch FWMoA's Curator of Prints & Drawings Sachi Yanari-Rizzo's Print Talk last week? If not, you can watch it on our Facebook page. Learn more about one of the highlighted artists from the talk in this post, printmaker Karsten Creightney.
As our "normal" continues to change, take a moment to contemplate the meditative quality of Vija Celmins' woodblock, "Ocean Surface", now on view at FMWoA.
Sculptor and printmaker Marie Watt uses blankets as a means of expressing both the female experience and her Native American culture.
The Ideal Sketching Ground: Prints by the Artists of Brown County exhibits the artworks of various artists drawn to one area in southern Indiana in the early 1900s. In the little town of Nashville, IN, an artist colony was born and continues to thrive. What is an art colony? Why do artists gather together in them? Can I join? Let’s find out in today’s Art Term Tuesday!