Members’ Show Opens at Clay Street Press on March 25, 2016

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Cincinnati, Ohio: March 3, 2016 – An exhibition of recent work by the printmaking artists of Cincinnati’s Tiger Lily Press opens on March 25, 2016, at Clay Street Press.

Traditional printmaking techniques including etching, woodcuts, silkscreen, collagraph, and monoprints will be represented as well as newer processes such as polyester plate lithography. Many artists combine a variety of techniques to create complex and richly textured images.

Participating artists as of March 3, 2016 include Ingrid Altavilla, Jim Chaney, Amy Doran, Joan Effertz, Louann Elliott, Rick Finn, Sheila Fleischer, April Foster, Saad Ghosn, Jay Harriman, Joline Hartig, Tory Keith, Theresa Gates Kuhr, Julie Lonneman, Nicci Mechler, Susan Naylor, Kathleen Piercefield, Mary Clare Rietz, Jonpaul Smith, Jan Torrance Thomas, Paige Wideman, Kathleen Wilkins, Carole Winters, and Mary Batsone Woodworth.

The opening reception is Final Friday, March 25, 2016, 6 to 10 pm.
The exhibition closes May 14, 2016. Gallery hours are 10 am to 4 pm Thursday through Friday, and noon to 4 pm on Saturday.

The mission of Tiger Lily Press is to produce, preserve and promote the art of printmaking. Founded in 1978, the studio is currently located on the grounds of the Dunham Recreation Center in Price Hill. More information can be found at

Clay Street Press, located at 1312 Clay Street in Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati, is a fine art press that has been collaborating with artists all over the world for more than three decades. Since 1981, it has offered a variety of prints for sale featuring artists of all styles. The press specializes in small edition hand-pulled prints in woodcut, silkscreen, lithography, and etching.

TLP_Piercefield_Fox Pause

Kathleen Piercefield, Fox Pause, reduction linoleum print

TLP_Winters_Love Letter

Carole Winters, Love Letter, etching, mezzotint, chine-collé

TLP_Woodworth_Over the Desert Moon

Mary Batsone Woodworth, Over the Desert Moon, collagraph, monotype, solar plate etching



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