T h e F i n e A r t sP h o t o g r a p h yE x c h a n g e E a r t h was the second in the photography exchange series. This group was a bit smaller than the printmaker groups, but the results areContinue reading “E a r t h – EX10”
Artist Biographies were sent with each print.
T h e C l a s s i c a l E l e m e n t sW a t e r This is the second in our quarterly themed series of exchanges: The Classical Elements: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire. This archive for prints for the Water Exchange were due by January 15, 2009 andContinue reading “Water 2009 – EX08”
T h e C l a s s i c a l E l e m e n t sE a r t h This is the second in our quarterly themed series of exchanges: The Classical Elements: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire. This archive for prints for the Earth Exchange were due by October 15, 2008 andContinue reading “Earth 2008 – EX07”
Prints for the Summer exchange are due by July 15, 2008 and were posted in the order they arrived. This is the final exchange in the first quarterly series: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer. Twenty artists participated, including artist from Mexico and Brazil.
T h e F i n e A r t sP h o t o g r a p h yE x c h a n g e M o v e m e n t was our first foray outside of printmaking. Maybe we knew as many photographers as printmakers and it made sense.Continue reading “M o v e m e n t – EX05”
The first set of exchanges Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer were solidly underway when we introduced a new series – The Alphabet Exchange. The first version was the Food Alphabet. Enjoy!
Please enjoy the completed Winter Archive. Prints for the Winterexchange were due by January 15, 2008 and were posted here as they arrived. This was our second exchange. Scroll to the bottom for extras. Edition Varies Often an artist will choose to vary the edition of prints. Most print editions are expected to be exactly the same, but some times an artist chooses to purposefullyvaryContinue reading “Winter 2008 – EX02”
Our first print exchange Our founders Heather Piazza and Kathe Welch had the idea to do a print exchange. Each artist would create 25 prints and send them to us for collating and return. This was not a new idea. Kathe had done several, most proximately with the Baren Forum and several with her middleContinue reading “Fall 2007 – EX01”