• The Book as Art: Illuminated

    Artist books take many forms – from handmade and lusciously tactile to linear and informative, abstract and questioning to sculptural and monumental. This juried show celebrates the book with a wildly varied collection of inventive and spectacular work that challenges expectations.

    The Book as Art: Illuminated

  • National Small Works at the Washington Print Foundation

    Entries were hand-pulled prints, screen prints, digital prints, photographs, and three-dimensional work with print components.

    Washington Printmakers

  • Uncertainty Principle, Featured Portfolio at SGCI 2017

    Organizers: Sean P. Morrissey and Lenore Thomas

    This portfolio reflects the dynamic field of printmaking by inviting artists who fluidly work across or at the edge of disciplines to apply their aesthetic and conceptual vision to the multiple, representing the ability of the print to move from one point to another in terms of execution and definition. Utilizing their unique skill set combined with the aforementioned attributes, the artists in this portfolio explore the history and future of printmaking while redefining the possibilities of what a contemporary print can be. Non-traditional media, digital processes, and otherwise divergent approaches are highlighted while contributing to the growth, revitalization, and solidification of the discipline of printmaking.

    Uncertainty Principle

  • SWEAT Broadsheets at Center for Book Arts

    Organized by Alexander Campos, Executive Director & Curator, The Center for Book Arts

    The SWEAT Broadsheet Collaboration is a collaborative effort of South Florida artists and writers. The 46 artists and 40 participating writers were interested in the intersection of their respective genres – that is, artists interested in text and book arts, and poets and fiction writers attracted to visual images. Through a series of planned meetings, artists and writers from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties met, shared their work and began to collaborate to create varied and vibrant limited edition artworks.

    Center for Book Arts

  • North American Print Biennial

    Curated by Dennis Michael Jon, Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    The North American Print Biennial, can answer any and all questions about the state of printmaking today…printmaking is alive, well, and thriving, and the proof is amply evident and on view in Gallery 808. -Roberta Waddell, Curator Emerita, The New York Public Library

    www.bostonprintmakers.org/biennials/bie?

  • Clang Boom Steam - Miami New Times

    Girl-conceived and boy-powered, this brawny group show flexes muscular works produced by male artists who are current University of Miami students, alums or professors. On view you'll discover works in diverse media including video, installation, silk screen, painting, and sculpture by Remy Bordas, Ryan Farrell, Eddy A. López, Ralph Provisero, Colin Sherrell and Kyle Trowbridge.
    Miami New Times

  • Clang Boom Steam - Palm Beach Arts

    Clang Boom Steam, curated by Milly Cardoso, is a showcase of works by UM students, alumni and professors — all of them men.
    Palm Beach Arts Paper

  • Dialogos y Interpretaciones

    International Print Exchange and Traveling Exhibition, 2013.
    Dialgos y Interpretaciones

  • Fifth Annual Cane Art Fair

    University of Miami Wynwood Art Gallery presents the Fifth Annual Cane Art Fair. In honor of Art Basel Miami Beach, the Art and Art History Department presents the 5th Annual Cane Fair featuring artwork of UM students earning their Masters in Fine Arts. Works on display include photography, sculpture, ceramics, painting and more. This exhibition will run from December 5, 2012 – January 25, 2013.
    UM Cane Art Fair

  • "Impressed" Printmaking Show Opens at Bakehouse Art Complex

    When the newspaper industry finally crumples to death what will people roll up and smack their bad dogs with? Laptops? No matter. Even when the presses for the New Times choke to a halt, the art of printmaking will survive.
    New Times Blog

  • Inkheads, Unite

    When the newspaper industry finally crumples, clogging gutters along the road of history, what will people roll up and smack their dogs with when they’re bad? Laptops? No matter, because even when the presses for the last daily (or weekly) choke to a halt, the art of printmaking will live on.
    Miami New Times

  • Works on Paper

    The University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Gallery presents its first Works on Paper exhibition at UM Wynwood Project Space. This exhibition will showcase prints and drawings on paper that are not photographic or completely digitally based. This exhibition will run the entire month of September and October. In celebration of the opening there will be a reception on October 8 from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m. Artists in the exhibition include Brian Curtis, Lise Drost, Thomas Engleman, Eddy Lopez, Barbara Scheer, Abraham Camayd, Tom Virgin, Lani Shapton, Kari Snyder, and Kyle Trowbridge.
    Works on Paper

  • Eddy Lopez Among Artists Featured in BAC Exhibition

    The Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC), a non-profit arts organization, celebrating its 25th anniversary year, on Mar. 12 opened its first, juried printmaking exhibit, “Impressed,” with the works of 27 emerging and mid-career, contemporary printmakers.
    Community Newspapers

  • New Works

    Lopez's wallpaper made of teeny composite portraits of Iraqi war dead vibrates with intimacy and monumentality.
    Miami New Times