Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Wild LifeJuly 30 - August 28, 2016
New Marlborough Meeting House
Dominick Avellino, Diane Barth, Teresa Bills, Erik Callahan, Eugene Cleary, Susan Crofut, Nikki Hayes, Natalie Manzino, Holly McNeely, Dan Mead and Sally Eagle, Brian Mikesell, Matthew Poindexter, Becky Schreiber, Olga Schwede, Julie Shapiro, Lucinda Shmulsky, Walter Simons, Peter G Torne, Elizabeth Torsay-Wilson, Robin Tost, Joe Wheaton, Babarara Winters, Andrew Zdziarski
|Julie Shapiro installation|
Sunday, May 22, 2016
Monday, February 8, 2016
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
A Survey: Contemporary Printmaking and Book Art
curated by Fahimeh Vahdat
'Illusions of space' in printmaking exhibit at HCC gallery
"Buzz" by Julie Shapiro is part of the group exhibit "Printmaking Invitational" at Howard Community College.
By Mike Giuliano For the Columbia Flier
"One of the creative advantages of working within the print medium is that artists can work variations into a s
The group exhibit "Printmaking Invitational" at Howard Community College makes it clear that there is more than one way to make a print. Moreover, the printmaking process also gets deployed in artist-made books that express the distinctive sensibilities of the artists who make them."
"Variation of a somewhat different sort is practiced by Julie Shapiro, whose six prints feature dense clusters of straight and slightly arced lines whose bright coloration definitely captures your attention.
Shapiro also makes occasional use of cut-out paper forms applied to an otherwise flat paper surface, resulting in one print whose green-on-green appearance literally achieves a bit of environmental depth.
If the above-mentioned artists create with an essentially abstract vocabulary, other artists explore the interplay of abstraction and figuration."
"Printmaking Invitational" runs through Sept. 20 in the Rouse Company Foundation Gallery at Howard Community College, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia. Running concurrently in HCC's Art Department Gallery is "The Earliest Americans," which showcases American Indian stone tools and accompanying text panels describing the technologies involved in their creation. Go to www.howardcc.edu.
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Wednesday, August 19, 2015
a group show of collaborative works on paper
August 15 - September 19
|TALK, TALK, TALK (bottom row, center) collaboration, Sue Muskat, Dee Shapiro and Julie Shapiro|
Thursday and Friday 1-6pm, Saturday 11am-6pm and by appointment
2642 NY Route 23 (just west of NY Route 22), Hillsdale, NY, 12529 646.567.9681