Exhibit dates: April 7-30, 2017

This series of printed landscapes by artist member Gin Laughery records “personal history” and showcases the artist’s fine handling of monotype—where inks are rolled or painted onto smooth plexiglass and then printed to create a unique image.

According to Gin, “I think of creating landscapes as the physical process of printmaking: inks, brayers, papers, plates and the press, combined with observation and memory of place. A meditation of sorts.”

This featured member exhibit coincides with “Printing the Gamut,” an exhibit featuring five A6 artist members.