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27639
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The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina recently acquired three prints of Virginia scenery, including Natural Bridge, the Potomac River, and Harper’s Ferry. These pieces provide insight into the process by which landscape prints were produced and the artistic selection of topographical views during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
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29607
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The Museum will display a selection of prints by Edvard Munch which focus on the symbolism in his work. Munch was a Norwegian artist whose paintings, drawings, and prints draw the viewer into his inner world of raw emotion and anxiety. Munch explored themes such of love and jealousy, loneliness and anxiety, and sickness and death in his work through symbolism. This exhibition looks at Munch’s achievement as a printmaker and was one of the most influential and prolific printmakers of the modern era.
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Preview (NoCar Oversize N 715 R2 A26), Vol. Issue , Fall 2012, p14-17
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29872
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This summer, the Western Carolina University (WCU) Fine Art Museum at Bardo Arts Center explores elements of fine craft through exhibitions featuring printmaking and pottery. The first exhibit will display vitreographs, which are prints made with a glass matrix instead of a traditional material. The second exhibit features the work of Cherokee artists, bringing together both historic and contemporary pottery techniques.
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34383
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Earl Bailey has dedicated much of his life to the art of printmaking at the Martin County Enterprise and Weekly Herald in Williamston. When Bailey began his career in the 1960s, the newspaper used letterpresses to print type on newsprint. Though the newspaper is no longer printed in Williamston, Bailey still does a lot of press work on stationary, letterheads and business cards.
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