Second Place Jerilynne Nibbe, Pomegranates III, Woodcut, chine collé
at the JCC
March 6-May 21, 2014
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This juried show is the third time that the Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center has hosted SB Printmakers, a unique art association. Printmaking, in all its forms, is a special process that produces distinctive and often multi-layered and textured work, all which transcends regular painting and photography.
First Place: Pamela Zwehl-Burke, Santa Ynez Yard, Lithograph
Second Place: Jerilynne Nibbe, Pomegranates III, Woodcut, chine collé
Third Place: Don Zimmerman, The Gathering Place, Polymer etching
Honorable Mention: Bay Hallowell, Orange Spot, Monoprint
Honorable Mention: Yessy Kim, Untitled #108, Monotype
Honorable Mention: Patricia Post, Colliding with Fate, Monotype, chine collé
Dr. Judy L. Larson has been director of the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of art since 2008, previously having worked as director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington D.C. and the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia. She began her career working at the Grunewald Center for the Graphic Arts at UCLA and then was appointed acting Assistant Curator of Prints at LACMA. She spend six years at the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester MA researching American prints done before 1820 before becoming curator of American Art at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Larson has a love of graphic arts and has published widely in the field of prints and printmaking.
The Santa Barbara Printmakers evolved from the Monotype Guild, founded in Santa Barbara in 1989. The small group of artists who produced one-of-a-kind hand pulled prints has become a membership organization representing over 100 artists from many surrounding counties. These artists are dedicated to promoting and producing work that uses hand and press printing techniques for the purposes of artistic exploration and expression. These include etching, monotype, woodblock, collagraph, linocut, clay, lithography and digital programming.
For more information go to sbprintmakers.com
|Mountains Forever, six etchings printed on archival paper, 1985, generously donated to the Federation’s “Art at the JCC” by the artist, Erika Kahn, in honor of Federation’s service to our community and to the Jewish people world wide. Inquiries accepted.|
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About Art at the JCC
Artist and collector Eli Luria (z"l) launched Art at the JCC in 1999 to provide high-caliber, strongly-themed exhibits for the Santa Barbara community. The exhibit openings often feature gallery talks and panels with artists, curators and collectors that draw lively crowds.
Art at the JCC is a program of the Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara. Through its exhibition and outreach programs, Art at the JCC honors and shares the universality of Jewish values, history and culture through various forms of artistic expression. The purpose of Art at the JCC is to provide Central Coast and other artists from all disciplines, the opportunity to bring their work to the Santa Barbara community. Because art is a universal language, our programs will cross all boundaries of religion, race, gender and age, and strive to maintain communication. Its mission is to promote identification and connectedness to the Jewish community and the community at large.
Gallery Hours Monday-Thursday 9-5; Friday 9-3:30
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