From Zea Mays Printmaking’s website:
It all started with a quote (which will be revealed at the opening reception)
Two artists, one from Zea Mays Printmaking and another from the Peregrine Press (Portland, ME), created prints inspired by the quote. Once completed, the two prints were sent to another three artists from each of the organizing studios, those six prints to 19 other artists until 75 artists had responded to each other over the course of five months. Each new “generation” of artists made their original print inspired by anything from the previous generation’s pieces, be it a subject matter, mood, color, the quality of a line, or a combination of many aspects of the pieces.
The final 75 prints will be exhibited at the A.P.E. Gallery in Northampton, MA. from October 4 – 30, 2016 with a reception on October 14, 5-8 PM and again at the Institute of Contemporary Art Gallery at Maine College of Art in Portland, ME. from February 1 – March 4, 2017 with a reception on February 3, 5-8 PM.
10.09.2016 studio at The Studios at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA
10.09.2016 Hoosac Tunnel
10.08.2016 Always stuffing stuff that can be stuffed.
I started my 2 week residency at The Studios at MASS MoCA last Friday.
06.20.2016 one side of room
06.20.2016 other side of room
07.11.2016 dusty bird bath divots and tracks
07.11.2016 fresh toddler tracks
05.27.2016 Follow the leader.
07.28.2013 Before lots of things. These pals are real patient with me.
04.18.2016 Papa Z visiting M.E.V.
05.20.2016 Dirt for our beds.
05.15.2016 Beds we built to cradle our veggies. Thanks Boppa V.
03.08.2016 M in the attic.
02.14.2016 Should I make another Kate Bush/Wuthering Heights joke about how co-o-o-old it was? Nah.
02.14.2016 Keeping Busy catalog by Esther White and designed by Trevor Powers
Below is the list and links of artists in the show besides myself. Are you around Western, MA? This show is really pretty thoughtful and the work is solid, if I do say so myself. Please make a stop in Northampton and go on in the Historic Northampton to check it out.
Ooo and Marie from the museum pulled out ephemera relating to the Lambie family from the archives. This is displayed in a little cabinet before one enters the gallery.