The Sixty Square Inches Small Print Exhibition continues a tradition begun in 1977. The exhibit presents a current review of North American printmakers working within a format of 60 square inches in image area. These small works present the viewer with an intimate experience and invite close attention to the visual message. This year's exhibition was juried by printmaker and guest artist Monika Meler, associate professor of art and graphic design for the University of the Pacific, CA, with Liz Erlewine, director and head curator for Purdue University Galleries.
Join us at 5:30PM on Friday, January 19, 2018, for an opening reception featuring comments by the jurors.
Image: Jenna Sarabia, “Untitled,” 2017, linocut on Thai kozo, 5.5 x 9 in.