Process Under Pressure

Posted on Apr 25, 2017 in Art in Public Places Collection, Exhibitions
A print divided into 2 parts. The left side is an indigo-like print. The right side is variegate starting at the top with umber color and gradually changing to indigo. There are off shite lines coming from top to bottom ending in waving lines at the bottom. There is an outline of a glass on top.

Fighting the Dragon
by Hiroki Morinoue
Moku-hanga, 2016; 19″ x 25″ / 14″ x 18 1/2″


Process Under Pressure
Turnaround Gallery
May 5, 2017 – July 8, 2017
reopened through January 23, 2018

Process Under Pressure, an exhibit showcasing a selection of prints from the Art in Public Places Collection. Process Under Pressure focuses on basic printmaking techniques, while highlighting the diversity and complexity found within the medium.

Click here to view the art works in the Process Under Pressure exhibit in the Art in Public Places online catalog.

Artists in the exhibit: Albert Paley, Allyn Bromley, Carol Schwartzott, Carlos Villa, Harry Tsuchidana, Heather Wimberly, Helen Gilbert, Helene Wilder, Hiroki Morinoue, Hon-Chew Hee, Huc Mazelet Luquiens, James Groleau, Jean Charlot, Jeera Rattanangkoon, Jennifer Wofford, John Buck, John M. Kelly, Karen Kunc, Kenjilo Nanao, Kenneth Bushnell, Khalid Kodi, Laura Smith, Lee Chesney, Linda Whitney, Louis Pohl, Margaret Barnaby, Oliver L. Jackson, Pamela J. Zwehl-Burke, Robert Kushner, Roy Nydorf, Sarah Smelser, Sam Coronado, Shigeo Risho, Wendy Yothers, and Winnifred Hudson.