The show opens on Saturday, November 19th and runs through December 9th, 2016. The exhibit is open every day that Gage is open. The school gallery is located in the beautiful brick buildings next to St Mark’s Cathedral on north Capitol Hill. Check out their website for hours. Come out and support Gage, a great art school with many inspiring classes, workshops and camps. And support the artists who have work in the show – all hung salon style in the 3rd floor galleries! It is a casual and fun place – and you get the feel and smells of a real art school.
I have a group of 14 limited edition archival pigment prints in the exhibit. They are editions of five, printed on beautiful Hannemuhle paper, 8 1/2″ x 11,” signed and numbered. This is the edition that I made from my Namibian Portfolio series of paintings. The originals were acrylic paint on deep panels. You can see the entire group of images by clicking on the Namibian Portfolio tab on my blog site. Some of the editions are almost sold out. For the show at Gage, they are unframed, and mounted on matboard with handmade paper corners, $75 each.
These three are examples of prints that were purchased and then framed in floater frames, without glass, which is just one way to finish them. They would also look good finished with an 8-ply rag mat, framed behind glass.
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