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Evan Lindquist donated twenty prints to the ColorPrint USA collection in 2005 and another eleven in 2010. Recently he was selected as the first artist laureate of Arkansas, a honor that spans 2013-17. In recognition of his laureate appointment, Lindquist … Continue reading
Tagged AP/RC, Art, Artist Printmaker Research Collection, ColorPrint, ColorPrint USA, engraving, Etching, Evan Lindquist, Intaglio, Lindquist engraving, Peter Briggs, printmaker, Printmaking, Prints
A Miscellany featuring Andy Warhol gelatin silver photographs from our collection has been added.
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James T. Dormer’s recent donation to the AP/RC indicates his unmistakable commitment to the potentials of abstract expressionism. Trained first as a painter (MFA in 1964, Pennsylvania State University), and then as a printmaker (MA in 1969, University of Iowa), … Continue reading
Tagged abstract expressionism, abstraction, AP/RC, ap/rc artist, Artist Printmaker Research Collection, James T. Dormer, jazz, lithograph, Lithography, Peter Briggs, printmaker, Printmaking, Prints
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Drypoint, directly drawing an image with a sharp needle on a matrix, lends itself to expressive mark making of quickly rendered, sometimes sketchy, often emotive images that produce silky black lines. Typically drypoints are drawn on copper or zinc plates … Continue reading
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This gallery contains 9 photos.
In 1981 Joan Myers caught a glimpse of some of the architectural remains of Manzanar, a Japanese detention camp in the Mojave desert, while traveling by car through California. She returned home to New Mexico, read and studied about the … Continue reading
Tagged Amache, Art, fine art, Gila River, Heart Mountain, Japanese Relocation Camp, Jerome, Joan Myers, Manzanar, Minidoka, Museum, Museum of Texas Tech University, palladium, Peter Briggs, photography, platinum-palladium, Poston, Printmaking, Rohwer, Texas Tech Museum, Topaz, TTU, Tule Lake