PRINT BIENNIAL 2019
Friday, MARCH 8TH, 2019
7:00 - 10:00 PM
free and open to the public
Exhibition runs through APRIL 5
ATLANTA PRINTMAKERS STUDIO PRINT BIENNIAL MARCH 8 - APRIL 5, 2019 | KAI LIN ART is pleased to announce our second exhibition of 2019:
The Atlanta Print Biennial is an international juried exhibition, open to all artists working in hand-pulled printmaking processes. The exhibit is organized by Atlanta Printmakers Studio and hosted by Kai Lin Art, a contemporary art gallery located in the vibrant Westside District of Midtown Atlanta, GA. This year’s Biennial features 48 artists from around the world and 67 selected artworks.
Heidi Almosara, Michael Barnes, Mary Brodbeck, Raj Bunnag, Donna Catotti, Jennifer Clarke, Jacob Crook, Andrew DeCaen, Tallmadge Doyle, Robert Dutruch, Cynthia Farnell, Andrew Feuk, Diane Fine, Mario Laplante, Leslie Fry, M. Alexander Gray, Jayne Reid, Jackson, Sarojini Johnson, Emily Koehler, Stephanie Kolpy, Lauren Kussro, Andrew Lawson, Huiming Li, Beauvais Lyons, Jennifer Manzella, Elizabeth McFalls, Jack Michael, Andrew Mullally, Rhea Nowak, Meghan OConnor, Akemi Ohira, Laura Peturson, Colleen Pike-Blair, Lars Roeder, Abdelsalam Salem, Meredith Setser, Emily Shopp, Sarah Smelser, Edgar Soberon, Nicole Soley, Eszter Sziksz, Olivia Timmons, Heinrich Toh, Patrick Vincent, Art Werger, Linda Whitney, kore loy wildrekinde-mcwhirter, Brandon Williams, Elizabeth Younce
This year’s juror is Eun Lee. Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and has had many roles in academia and service. She was the program coordinator for the printmaking minor at SCAD in Savannah and served as the Conference Coordinator of SGC International, the largest printmaking organization in North America. Also during her tenure with SGCI, she has served as President, Vice President of External Affairs, Chair of the Nominations Committee, Chair of the Awards Committee and Student Representative. She has also served the prior SGEO organization as President and Vice President. Eun received her MFA from the University of Notre Dame and her BFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
The Atlanta Printmakers Studio (APS) was established to support the fine art of printmaking in metro Atlanta. Founders envisioned an organization that would provide a well-equipped printmaking studio for local artists as well as raise the awareness of printmaking as an art form. In August 2005 the incorporation papers were signed and in December 2006 APS’s 501c3 non-profit status was approved – Atlanta Printmakers Studio was founded.
Local art centers, universities, and galleries made available their facilities and galleries for workshops and exhibits as APS built membership and formed the organization. During the first year APS received many generous equipment donations. However, we needed of a permanent home. After many months of looking at potential studio space APS moved into the Metropolitan Warehouse complex. The doors opened in November 2006 near downtown Atlanta, and classes began in January 2007. Over the years APS has become a vital printmaking resource for artists, collectors, college students and children.