Category Archives: transitions

In Our Gallery: “New Member Exhibition”

New Year, new members! Please join us in welcoming member artists John Gosling, Edward McCluney and Alexander Gray. John Gosling, Faces and Places – Linocuts on view from December 29, 2014 – January 17, 2015. Edward McCluney, A Little of … Continue reading

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Meet New Member Priscilla Young!

Please join us in welcoming our newest Printmakers Inc. member, Priscilla Young. Her colorful, lively work is a terrific addition to our studio. Stop by Studio 325 to say hi and see it for yourself! What inspires your work? The … Continue reading

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In Our Gallery Now: Imagine This

Ruth Corning bids farewell to Printmakers with a retrospective of her lithographs and etchings.  Corning will be moving from the area.  She has been an active member of Printmakers and both she and her work will be missed. She is … Continue reading

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Welcome, New Members

We have a full house at Printmakers! Ten artists now share our spacious water view studio up on the third floor of the Torpedo Factory. In honor of our newest members, we’re featuring the work of Ruth Corning (intaglio and … Continue reading

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In Our Gallery: The Last Picture Show

Printmakers Inc founder Phyllis Cohen has the solo spotlight for March and April with her exhibition, The Last Picture Show. After 37 years, Phyllis is retiring from active involvement with Printmakers Inc this May. Member artist Carolyn Witschonke sits down … Continue reading

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Hello and Goodbye

We’re saying hello to new members and farewell to others, these days at Printmakers. Goodbye to… Long-time, esteemed member Cora Rupp is now a full time resident of Hilton Head, where she’s taking the local art scene by a storm. … Continue reading

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