Tiger Lily Press invites the community to its annual sale featuring work by regional printmakers. The sale will take place in a new location: the auditorium of NorthChurch, 4222 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45223, on November 10, 2018, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Original etchings, screen prints, woodblocks, collagraphs, monoprints, letterpress, lithographs, and linocuts will be available, framed and unframed. All prints are limited edition, hand-made prints created by the exhibiting artists, not mass-produced copies. Prints, cards, artists’ books, journals, fine arts papers, fabric items, and other unique items will be available for purchase. The artists will be on site to discuss their work and printmaking processes.
Participating artists as of press time: Mike Altman, Joe Bohache, April Burdese, Sheila Fleischer, Liz Foley, Amy Foltz, Maureen George, Jay Harriman, Anne Marie Herrera, Tim Jones, Aaron Kent, Valerie Killinger, Nicci Mechler, Cesira Miconi, Robbie Mueller, Hannah Peacock, Kathleen Piercefield, Margaret Rhein (Terrapin Paper Mill), Blanche Pringle Smith, Diane Stemper, Ken Swinson, Carla Trujillo, Nancy Turner, Carole Winters, and Mary Woodworth.
The 2019 Tiger Lily Press Art Calendar will be available for purchase at the sale. The biennial limited edition (120) calendar features prints in a range of techniques (screenprint, linocut, woodcut, unique papers) and are suitable for framing. Artists donating their time and talents to this project include Joe Bohache, Fred Daniell, Rick Finn, Jay Harriman, Nicci Mechler, Hannah Peacock, Kathleen Piercefield, Margaret Rhein, Jonpaul Smith, Nancy Turner, Mary Woodworth, Carole Winters, plus Susan Naylor for cover page, credits, and project coordination. Printing of monthly grids: Special thanks to Gary Walton, Graphic Imaging Technology at Cincinnati State; Julie Lonneman (design).
The calendars are $50.00 each with all proceeds benefiting Tiger Lily Press.
Tiger Lily Press printer’s aprons will also be for sale for $20.00 each.
- Plenty of free parking is available in the lot behind the church and on the street.
- Not all artists will be able to process credit cards so checks and cash are handy.
- Make a day of it! Go to the sale and then have lunch, dinner or happy hour at one of many nearby restaurants and taverns in Northside: Ruth’s Parkside Cafe, Melt, The Littlefield, Northside Tavern, The Comet, Django Western Taco, Bridges, Urban Artifact, Darou Salam, Chameleon, Blue Jay, and many more.