TLP director Theresa Gates-Kuhr working on the cover page for the 2009 woodcut calendar project.
Welcome the newest members to Tiger Lily Press! Marilyn Bishop Radha Chandrashekaran – website Kathleen Wilkins Billy Holodnak “Kenji’s Unimog” collagraph & monotype
Printing finally began today on the 2009 TLP fund raiser calendar project! Below are a few photos of the artists at work, more will follow in the coming weeks. “December” Carla Trujillo “September”, Carla Trujillo “March” block & proof, Julie Lonneman Elaine Zumeta working on “June” “December” block
IconData 2008 A Virtual Museum of Contemporary Graphic Art An interesting website featuring Polish, and International contemporary printmakers. IconData2008
BIMPE V The Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition Check the website for information on exhibitions and images of past winning prints. BIMPE V
Illusion and Reality: Prints by Jiri Anderle The Cincinnati Art Museum Sept. 27, 2008 – Jan. 03, 2009 The museum houses the largest repository of Anderle’s prints in the U.S. and this show will feature more than 80 works from three decades of the artist’s cycles.
This method of transferring an image, in this case numbers for the woodcut calendar, is quick and fairly easy to do.From my experience, this process only works with an imageprinted from an ink jet printer. If you have a laser printer, try it anyway & let me know if it…
The University of Iowa Center for the Book is hosting, “Art, Fact, and Artifact: The Book in Time & Place” January 2009 For additional information : CBAA
The director’s have decided to reduce the number of Saturdays that the studio is open per month. We will now only be open on the first and third Saturdays of each month, 10 AM – 2 PM.
Back by popular demand, Tiger Lily will be producing another woodcut calendar for the year 2009! The woodblocks were distributed today at our annual member’s meeting. This time, the edition will be limited to only 50 signed and numbered calendars. Stay tuned to the blog over the coming months for…
The process of redesigning the TLP website is finally underway! Fred Martens of Martens’ Art has agreed to the project. We will keep you posted as it progresses.
“Coots” by Elaine Zumeta “Serpentine Stream” By Julie Lonneman “Contest in the Woods”, color woodcut by Judy Dimuzio “Francis Greets a Leper”, relief print by Julie Lonneman “Head of…” by Theresa Gates-Kuhr “Westinghouse”, etching by Carole Winters “The Mission District”, reduction woodcut by Rick…