Saturday, February 4, 2017

New Grounds Remarque opening in Albuquerque

The New Grounds REMARQUE Print Workshop in Albuquerque, featured the YayBig Print Exchange during the first opening under the new management, adjacent to the Members' Show in the main gallery.

The show runs from Feb 3rd -- March 25th, 2017.




They had a great turnout during the opening, on Friday, February 3rd, 2017.


Members' Show
in the main gallery


Crowd collecting in the main print shop area




Entrance to the YayBig Print Exchange exhibition












Curator Augustine Romero
(who will bring the Postre Prints exhibition in El Paso
to the South Broadway Cultural Center in Albuquerque
in April)




A visitor plays favorites




Members' Show
in the main gallery


labels prints in the print shop


Jessica Krichels  gives a print demo
with collagraph and milk carton etching prints


Young printmaker
cranks the press


Co-owner Mary Sundstrom
in front of her 
Chinese Zodiac etching series


rooster etching --
2017 is the year of the rooster


giving the demo


"Seed Stories III"
Monotype and Gravure


Co-owner Lincoln Draper (right, with apron)


"Old Pine -- 3 Gun Spring"
Gravure


Co-owner Jessica Weybright 
(right, in pink shirt and apron)
photo from Facebook


"Postcards from the Abyss III"
Multiple plate gravure



Interns
Mandalay Osborn and Matthew Barrett


The Matrix Gallery up front, is also under new ownership, and had an opening on the same night, with many different artists.  Christopher Z Lopez's paintings graced a whole wall in the front gallery.
Christopher Z Lopez
at the opening at 
the new Matrix Gallery




Saturday, January 28, 2017

YayBig Print Exchange coming to Albuquerque

New Grounds Print Workshop in Albuquerque is reopening, under new owners and a new name -- Remarque Print Workshop.  They are featuring the YayBig Print Exchange, along with the New Work Member's Show, as their first exhibitions  -- Feb 3rd - March 25th, 2017.  Hours 10 am - 6 pm, Friday and Saturdays, and by appointment.


Location3812 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, in the Nob Hill area.





Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Tathagata Coffee -- Santa Fe

We hung the YayBig Print Exchange at Tathagata Coffee in Santa Fe, on October 4th, 2016.  It ran through December 21st, 2016.  We were very pleased to show in Trevor's coffee shop.




Tathagata Coffee Open Hours (55 Canada del Rancho, Santa Fe):

Monday-Friday, 7 am - 2 pm (closed sometimes in late morning, while Trevor teaches an art class)
Saturday 8 am - 2 pm
Sunday closed








Our prints next to the big gong









artist and owner of Tathagata Coffee,
in front of the lithograph 
he did at Tamarind Institute


Hanging the print show,
on a tripod


Artwork by Karsten Creightney,
hangs with the YayBig Print Exchange.
Karsten is a great printmaker from Albuquerque



Tathagata Coffee --  55 Canada del Rancho -- is located in a quieter part of Santa Fe, on the "other side of the Interstate" from the Plaza and most of the activity.  However, it is near the Santa Fe Community College and the Institute of American Indian Art:


 Tathagata Coffee



Tathagata Coffee
at the end of Rancho Viejo Blvd








Ad in the November issue of
THE Magazine of Santa Fe





Federico Villalba from El Paso,
in front of his print (horse image).
Federico did the above ad in THE Magazine




I'm also looking forward to getting a Conrad E9 press to bring in before the exhibition is over.  


Currently Robert Williams, founder of Juxtapoz Magazine, is also showing in Santa Fe, at CCA (until November 27th):


giving a gallery tour at CCA in Santa Fe,
on September 24th



I also have another print show going on concurrently in November.  Mexican pop-surreal serigraphs at ACE Barbershop in downtown Albuquerque (109 4th St SW).


This serigraph by Smithe 
Smithe is featured in this month's issue of 
Hi-Fructose (Volume 41, November 2016)


PORTLANDIA

Also we moved our Portland print show from Tucson to El Paso.  The mostly serigraph prints hanging are made by artists from Flight 64.