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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

UNT Printmaking in PRINTTX

 New Wave, screenprint with collage, by Logan Hill
Professor Andrew DeCaen and Logan Hill (MFA 2009) will be featured in the exhibition PrintTX an exhibition of contemporary Texas printmaking to be held as part of Print Houston the Summer-long celebration of Printmaking in Houston.  Karen Kunc selected the work for the exhibition organized by Print Matters Houston 

June 6 - July 3, 2015
2625 Colquitt St
Houston, TX 77098
Reception:  Saturday, June 6, 5pm - 8pm

Gallery Talk: June 18,   6 - 8pm
with Dena M. Woodall, Ph.D. Associate Curator, Prints & Drawings, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Juror's Talk with Karen Kunc: June 28, 1:30pm
Little Kitchen Situation, Screenprint by Andrew DeCaen

Exhibition Juror: Karen Kunc:  Karen Kunc lives and works in Nebraska where she
is Cather Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Kunc’s works are represented in many public and private collections, including: the Museum of Modern Art (NY); the Library of Congress; the Smithsonian American Art Museum; Walker Art Center Library; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha; Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon; Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University; Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas; Honolulu Academy of Art.  She has taught numerous workshops around the world and served as a visiting artist to over 100 institutions. She has curated exhibitions of American art for Finland, France, and Egypt and frequently serves as a juror for national competitions.

Artists Selected For PintTX: Ricky Armendariz, Alice Leora Briggs, Veronica Ceci, Shanti Conlan, Margaret Craig, Andrew DeCaen, Esther Delaquis-Baidoo, Tess Doyle, Sandra Fernandez, Nelda Gilliam, Brandy González, Annalise Gratovich, Candace Hicks, Tim High, Logan Hill, John Hovig, Brian Johnson, Maryann Lucas, Eileen McClellan, Deborah Mersky, Seth Miller, Johanna Mueller, Sharon Navage, Elvia Perrin, Carlos Pozo, Cliff Riley, Lars Roeder, Ricardo Ruiz, Ruth Shouval, Margaret Simpson, Juergen Strunck, Kathy Trice, Ross Turner, Mary Valiant