|NEWS OF HUIPRESS ARTISTS|
|Emilie Clark's newest body of work, Maxwell's Lair is now open at Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York. The show runs through November 14th.|
|Sandow Birk's new body of paintings, American Qur`an is being featured widely in the press, including a New York Times article. A longer story ran in the Times Art Section Here|
|A major exhibiton of work by Nicola López, Urban Transormations, is now on view at Chazen Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The show runs through January 10th, 2010.|
|HuiPress is pleased to announce that Los Angeles County Museum recently acquired the complete set of Sandow Birk'sDepravities of War. The prints are on view here on the LACMA website.
|HuiPress Prints will be featured at the 3rd Annual Wailea Food & Wine Celebration November 20th. Please Join us for an evening of delicious food by local chefs and exquisite fine wine by nationally renowned vintners. Tickets are on sale now. Please visit the Hui No`eau Website for more information.|
|Three of Sandow Birk’s Depravities of War prints are part of the exhibition War Work: Artists Engage Iraq and Other Wars which is now on view at Carleton College Gallery of Art in Northfield Minnesota. The show runs through November 18th.|
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|Emilie Clark and Lytle Shaw|
HuiPress is proud to announce the release a portfolio of seven etchings by husband and wife team, artist Emilie Clark and poet Lytle Shaw. Titled Over Cook A Collection of Curiosities from the Captain's Three Voyages and an Expedition to the Hawaiian Islands February 2008, the work consists of spit bite aquatint etchings with poems by Lytle Shaw.
Emilie Clark, who is known for her exquisite water color paintings, used the medium of spit bite to achieve the beautifully rich and aqueous four-plate images which are printed on Japanese gampi paper in the chine colle style, enhancing the richness of the impressions.
Using as starting point the ship illustrations and the journals of Captain Cook's fateful voyages to the Hawaiian Islands, Clark riffs on the old illustrations while Shaw reconstructed the journals for his poetry. The seven images are published in an edition of ten and are handsomely displayed in a portfolio case created by John DeMerritt of Emeryville California.
Emilie Clark is represented by Morgan Lehman, in New York City, and by Elizabeth Leach Gallery, in Portland, Oregon.
Please click on the images to view prints.
One of the most influential sculptors of her generation, Judy Pfaff also has a long career of working in the medium of printmaking. Known for her large-scale, complex and challenging installation work, Pfaff brings a unique approach to her prints which are energetic and powerful.
HuiPress is pleased to announce two new large woodcut prints: Paia,named for the town seven miles below the HuiPress studio on Maui's North Shore, is similar to the large scale woodcuts Pfaff has been making for the past few years. Layers of collage, spray painting, hand coloring, and ink stick give the work a tactility found in her drawings and sculptures.
At Times Paradise,is printed simply in a rich black from an intricately carved woodblock, started in Maui and finished in her New York studio with HuiPress printer Casey Neumann. The powerful beauty of the block was evident in the first proofs and Pfaff decided to call the print finished after she applied a layer of shellac, giving the surface a beautiful distressed feel which is common in her works on paper.
Judy Pfaff is represented by Ameringer Yohe Gallery, in New York City.
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