End of summer is near. I'm back home in Dayton, getting ready for the new school year. This is the last weekend before school starts... This summer was a very productive one. A print I made during the summer residency/workshop in MA was sold. Looks great in a bedroom hallway :-)
I always wanted to learn the safe and non-toxic printmaking, and thanks to Montgomery County Artist Grant, I am here at Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence, MA, taking the amazing Green Printmaking Certificate workshop.
The folks at the Sketchbook Project featured me in their blog. You can view my book in person at The Brooklyn Art Library in Brooklyn, NY.
I'm excited that I'm almost finished with the library project. The final work will be installed at the Dayton Public Library in Belmont location.
I have been busy carving for the past several weeks. My arm is tired from carving but the block is looking great! This is one of three blocks I am working on for the Dayton Public Library.
I am honored to be included in the Winter 2018 Issue of Circle Quarterly Art Review. You can read the full announcement on their website. https://circle-arts.com/cq-magazine-contest/
I am working on a new collaboration project which will be presented at 2018 Rocky Mountain Printmaking Symposium later in March. The final portfolio will contain 10 unique prints by ten artist-teams. Each team is made of one printmaker and one stitcher.
Thanks everyone for coming out last night for the exhibition opening! I was happy to see so many familiar faces. If you didn't get to make it last night, don't worry. The show runs until March 10th. The picture really doesn't come close to the real thing!! Come and check it out! @Harcum Art Gallery at Wilmington College, Ohio
Installation in progress...at Harcum Art Gallery, Wilmington College. We will need to come back on Monday to finish installing but very excited about the show. Opening reception is Wednesday, Jan. 24th, from 6–8PM.
A blog by Annie Lee-Zimerle, a practicing artist who lives and woks in Dayton, Ohio.