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The Treasure Hunt: Part VII

Printmaking in the United Kingdom has a long and rich history, starting with the utilization of the letterpress. After Germany’s Johannes Gutenberg invented the “moveable type” printing press in 1439, Britain- industrious to the last- wasted no time in replicating … Continue reading

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The Treasure Hunt: Part V

In our fifth installment in a series of small online exhibitions, the focus is on women printmakers. The role of women in the printmaking world was often largely overlooked, in part because the social circumstances of the time. However, there … Continue reading

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The Treasure Hunt: Part IV

In our fourth installment in a series of small online exhibitions, the focus is on architecture: the beauty in the construction, aging, and decline of the structures we use in our daily lives, the bridges we travel on, places of … Continue reading

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Sound and Abstraction

As the early half of the 20th century underwent a massive reevaluation of self expression, artists from every sector of the art world began to look to one another for inspiration. Performance art emerged as a revolutionary new form of … Continue reading

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