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The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s Miniature Print Exhibition

The International Miniature Print Exhibition feature work by 30 artists from across the globe.


The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s Miniature Print Exhibition

With a magnifying glass in hand, I visited the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, Connecticut to explore an exhibition of mini prints. The 9th Biennial International Printmaking Exhibition features more than 800 miniature prints compiled from artists around the world.

Lining the walls of the Grace Ross Shanley Gallery is more than 225 prints of various shapes and small sizes. There are woodcut prints, digital prints, dry point with chine collé prints, lithographs and legion paper prints — just to name a few…


Herbert Morton Stoops (1887-1948), “Untitled,” oil on canvas.


Mystic as a Muse: 100 Years of Inspiration at the Mystic Arts Center

The Mystic Arts Center in the seaport town of Mystic, Conn. has had a long-standing history as an influential home for the arts. Its newest exhibition, “Mystic as a Muse: 100 Years of Inspiration,” explores a history that began with founder Charles Harold Davis, a landscape painter and impressionist, who settled along the Mystic River to capture the area’s marine beauty. The exhibit features work from the past 100 years up to the present day.


Jacqueline Rush Lee, “Inside Out.”


Transformed Volumes at the Hera Gallery

“Transformed Volumes” at the Hera Gallery, the work of an artist is juxtaposed with the work of an author. Curated by Paul Forte, the exhibit includes six artists from around the country who work with books as a medium.


Supporting Actresses by Elibekian at Gallery Z Providence, Rhode Island.

Supporting Actresses by Elibekian at Gallery Z.


Elibekians: Three Generations of Artists at Providence’s Gallery Z

For the Elibekian family, artistic talent is a trait that is passed from one generation to the next. Vagharshag Elibekian, his son Robert and grandson Areg share an aptitude for painting and theater, fortes that have allowed them to capture cultural traditions, fantasy and beauty in their work.


Rachel Mello at Somerville Open Studios.

Rachel Mello at Somerville Open Studios (SOS).


Cornered: Rachel Mello, Somerville Open Studios

Somerville, MA – The Boston area will see a series of Open Studios Weekends in the month of May. Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow cornered Rachel Mello, Coordinator, Somerville Open Studios (May 4-5); to discuss event preparations, what makes the open studio experience special and what they offer to the arts community. HOW LONG HAVE […]