MFA Candidate Exhibits in Three Major Shows

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Jason Stamper had his woodcut prints accepted in a three major exhibitions

MFA candidate, Jason Stamper had his woodcut prints accepted in a three major exhibitions. The first is the 11th Painting, Drawing, Photography & Print Juried Online International Art sponsored by the Upstream People Gallery. You can see his entry at www.UpstreamPeopleGallery.com. The juror of this exhibition, Larry Bradshaw, professor of art and curator at the University of Nebraska in Omaha, stated that Jason “has a sense of humor and definitely a talent for hand colored woodcut printing. His two pieces go well together. “Before the Race 1” and “Before the Race 2” -- the subjects are a tortoise and a hare -- are handsomely executed as well as delightfully playful.”

Jason also had a small print accepted for the 7th Biennial International Miniature Print Competition, which ran from May 28 to August 15, 2009. Held at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Connecticut, this juried exhibition is limited to works that are no more than four square inches and aims to encourage artists to explore the miniature print format. The jurors included Lisa Hodermarsky, The Sutphin Family Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, Yale University Art Gallery and Craig Zammiello, Master Intaglio Printer, Two Palms Press, New York.

His third is the Shy Rabbit Contemporary Arts Gallery’s Print National, from August 29 to October 10, 2009, with juror Michael Barnes, professor of printmaking at Northern Illinois University.

 

Contact:
Mary Whitney
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