Event Title

ON OR ABOUT PAPER (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

Location

CWSU Gallery @MSASS

Event Website

http://www.friendsofdardhunter.org/watermarks_pre.html

Start Date

10-1-2012 12:00 AM

End Date

11-2-2012 12:00 AM

Cost to Attend

Free

Pre-registration required?

No

Contact Information (for registration)

CaseWestern ReserveUniversity

Gallery@MSASS (Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences)

11235 Bellflower Road
Cleveland,OH44106

440-669-0797

Event Type

Exhibit

Description

In honor of Watermarks 2012, the Gallery at MSASS is proud to present Works on and about paper byNortheast Ohioartists, Pam McKee and Paula Zinsmeister.

Pam McKee finds that layers and texture are most important in her work. She likes to use natural materials and present organic shapes and objects in an unusual way, hoping the observer will be inspired to see an object with a new perspective and make an unexpected connection with another. She has been influenced by the shibori work of Yoshika Wada and Joan Morris, and inspired by the work of Dutch artist Marian Bijluenga. Pam prints at Zygote Press and makes paper at theMorganConservatoryto use in her artwork.

Paula Zinsmeister current work consists of various printmaking techniques including intaglio, dry point, aquatint, and monoprinting. She is intrigued by various textures, colors, and the soft subtle transparencies of Japanese and handmade papers. Her pieces range from the spontaneity of monoprints to the detailed layering and combining of her printed images. Her subject matter is derived from nature, primarily organic and botanical forms.

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Oct 1st, 12:00 AM Nov 2nd, 12:00 AM

ON OR ABOUT PAPER (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

CWSU Gallery @MSASS

In honor of Watermarks 2012, the Gallery at MSASS is proud to present Works on and about paper byNortheast Ohioartists, Pam McKee and Paula Zinsmeister.

Pam McKee finds that layers and texture are most important in her work. She likes to use natural materials and present organic shapes and objects in an unusual way, hoping the observer will be inspired to see an object with a new perspective and make an unexpected connection with another. She has been influenced by the shibori work of Yoshika Wada and Joan Morris, and inspired by the work of Dutch artist Marian Bijluenga. Pam prints at Zygote Press and makes paper at theMorganConservatoryto use in her artwork.

Paula Zinsmeister current work consists of various printmaking techniques including intaglio, dry point, aquatint, and monoprinting. She is intrigued by various textures, colors, and the soft subtle transparencies of Japanese and handmade papers. Her pieces range from the spontaneity of monoprints to the detailed layering and combining of her printed images. Her subject matter is derived from nature, primarily organic and botanical forms.

http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/octavofest/2012/all/50