Wood, Paper, Ink: Contemporary Woodcuts
September 8-October 16, 2016
Ink, Paper, Wood: Contemporary Woodcuts features a group of nationally and internationally recognized artists working in the centuries-old technique of woodcut. Woodcut is a method of printmaking during which artists cut away the outlines of an image from a block of wood, roll ink across the remaining raised sections of the wood, and run the block--covered by a sheet of paper--through a press. The resulting print is called a woodcut. Among the artists whose work will be included in the exhibition are John Buck, Nathan Catlin, Roger Herman, Tom Huck, Anish Kapoor, Nicola Lopez, Jennifer Nuss, Judy Pfaff, David Salle, Dana Schutz, Luis Silva, Pat Steir, and Tomas Vu. Organized by Professors Kurt Kemp and Michael Schwager.