Okanagan Print Triennial 2024

The 2024 Okanagan Print Triennial will take place at the Kelowna Art Gallery, offering visitors a fascinating glimpse into  the global printmaking community. This open, juried show is dedicated to showcasing the creative forays made in  printmaking across Canada and beyond, at a time when experimentation dominates and traditional practices and processes are challenged. This year, Okanagan Print Triennial will feature such a diversity of style and subject matter that visitors can look forward to leaving the exhibition with a true appreciation of contemporary printmaking.

Opening Reception:  Friday, July 19, 2024 | 6 to 8 pm

Center for Contemporary Printmaking

The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s Biennial FOOTPRINT International Competition is an opportunity for the presentation of current trends and innovations in contemporary printmaking within the bounds of the one square foot (12” x 12”) configuration. The square format was uncommon in art until the advent of abstraction, and presents distinct challenges of composition and expression. Within these precise limits, artists must confront a space and create visual order and formal structure.

All fine-art printmaking mediums are eligible for the competition, including woodcut, intaglio, lithography, screenprint, monotype, and original digital media. For 2024, juror Laurel Garber reviewed 394 submissions from artists all over the world. Of these, she selected 95 prints for inclusion in the exhibition. They represent 13 international artists and 73 artists based in the United States.


First Place: Joanna Anos, Testament, 2024, Drypoint
Second Place: Ernie Wood, Long Ago and Here Today, 2021, Linocut
Third Place: Sachin Pannuri, Cosmic Love, 2024, Etching and Aquatint


Thomas C Bennett, Stoic, 2023, Monotype
Andrew DeCaen, Gravity and Time, 2024, Collage Screenprint and Lithograph
Kate Hanlon, Alice, Watering, 2023, White Line Woodcut
Julie Lapping Rivera, Roberta Cowell, 2021, Woodcut
Tate Klacsmann, Squid and Boat, 2024, Linocut and Monoprint (Binnie Birstein Scholarship Award)


Christine Aaron, NY
Arlynn Abseck, NY
Diane Abt, CA
Robin Adler, NY
Karen Adrienne, ME
Jill AnnieMargaret, ID
Cynthia Back, Portugal
Gerard Bastien, France
Eugenie Lewalski Berg, MA
Charlie Bloede, CA
Scott Bricher, CT
Karen Brussat Butler, CT
Helen Cantrell, CT
Bailey Cardinal, CT
Kyle Chaput, TX
Diane Cherr, NY
Penny Dell, NY
Lynn Doran, CA
Katharine Draper, CT
Janine Duns, Canada
Liz Egan, CT
Sheila M Fane, NY
Leslee Fetner, NJ
Cindi Ford, MI
Sally Frank, NY
Jenni Freidman, CT
Elissa Freud, MA
Patricia L Giraud, OR
Gregory Hayes, LA
Sharon Hayes, MA
Susan Henderson, FL
Nina Jordan, NY
Gali Katz, CT
Ellen Lazarus, NY
Lynne Lederman, NY
Channing Lefebvre, NY
Joni Levy Liberman, MA
Inna Linov, CT
Kim Ly, CT
Joan Macfarlane, CT
Pip Milton, Australia
Alex Montes, Canada
Carolin Mueller, Jerusalem
Yoshiaki Murakami, Japan
Misako Oba, NY
Shunka Okubo, Japan
Helen Pasternack, NY
Sumi Perera, England
Jonathan Pinto, MA
Johnny Plastini, CO
Meira Pomerantz, NJ
Rachel Ramirez, Portugal
Aric Russom, MA
Deborah Sacks, CT
K Sarrantonio, NY
Esther Schwalb, NY
Lee Seinfeld, CT
Roxanne Sexauer, CA
Merrill Shatzman, NC
Larry Sheffield, NY
Lynita Shimizu, CT
Stephanie Slate, PA
Mike Sonnichsen, ID
Pat Stevens, OR
Rebecca Strabo, WA
Judith Sturm, Spain
Patrick Sumner, CA
Gilead Tadmor, MA
Mary Terrizzi, CT
Ann Tetelman, NY
Sergei Tsvetkov, MA
Karen Vogel, CT
Sally Weatherill, England
Hugh Whittaker, Australia
Cynthia Woolever Molinari, KY
Angela Zammarelli, MA
Nancy Zarider, CT
Leo Zhao, RI

IPCNY New Prints Summer 2021

June 10-September 21, 2021

Featuring 36 artists from around the world, Lonely Hearts presents new print-based works made since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Here, a relative lack of human presence—made palpable by empty billboards, quiet still lifes, and fields of abstract mark-making—expresses the distance, contemplation, and stillness that has defined much of our collective experience of the last year.

IPCNY’s New Prints Program is a platform for artists from a wide range of backgrounds working in the medium of print. The biannual open call exhibitions feature work created in the preceding twelve months. Juried by stakeholders in the field, the exhibitions offer snapshots of what artists are contending with in the moment, lending a sense of immediacy to each presentation.


Diana Behl, Leonie Bradley, Julie Cowan, Jason Dorler, Eduardo Fausti, Gaurang Garg, Keith Garubba, Katerina Guillermo, Heikedine Günther, Travis Janssen, Nina Jordan, Marina Kim, Janne Laine, Ellen Lesperance, Lance Letscher, Julia Ludwig, Mike Marks, Graham McDougal, Austin Nash, Franziska Neubert, Thomas J. Norulak, Gina Osso-Carbonaro, Goedele Peeters, Tuukka Peltonen, Adam Pitt, Aric Russom, Nicholas H. Ruth, Tushar Sahay, Jens Schubert, Merrill Shatzman, Giske Sigmundstad, Josh Welker, Karen Whitman, Cleo Wilkinson, and Julie Wolfe.

A woman standing in front of some paintings

Artists Talk, Opening Reception, September 15, 2017




Logótipo Bienal 2016 JPG-cópia

10 August-31 October 2016


Based on the oldest demarcated wine region in the world – the Douro and winner of two heritages of humanity granted by UNESCO is world renowned both for its vineyard landscape and for the archaeological heritage of the Côa Valley. Here is the largest sanctuary of Paleolithic engraving of the world, but the Douro is also in the contemporary scene one of the biggest events of graphic art in the world, creating a strength and dimension that goes beyond the borders of the country and is projected for infinite horizons.

Pursuing this aim and ambition achieved, the Biennial of Douro has overcome the challenges of interiority, the economic crisis, the cultural crisis, the engraving crisis itself and it has kept alive the assumptions of the art and the autonomy of the printmaking in the context of the contemporary art. To this end, have contributed the traditional printmaking and its secular alchemy, but also, the renewed trend of digital printmaking and the new media at their disposal, in order to give it the autonomy it needs to survive. The open field to the printmaking by the new hybrid languages and nontoxic techniques , have designed it impact in an innovative way and with the vitality so long desired in its fields.

The Curator, Nuno Canelas

Monotype Guild of New England Fourth National Monotype|Monoprint Juried Exhibition

Attleboro Arts Museum, Massachusetts

Fourth National Show E-postcard

One hundred works of art from one hundred contemporary printmakers and artists throughout the United States will be on view at the Attleboro Arts Museum during The Monotype Guild of New England’s Fourth National Monotype/Monoprint Juried Exhibition. The exhibition will showcase the diverse range of traditional and innovative techniques being used in creating monotypes and monoprints today, and will be on display from April 6th – May 7th, 2016.  My print, Tilatopia #6, a 22″ x 30″ woodcut/monoprint is included in this exhibition.

Singular Impressions: Juror’s Statement

“It was an exciting experience for me to go through the nearly 650 entries for the Monotype Guild of New England’s national show. I was delighted to discover a very broad array of approaches submitted to what I can no longer call a monotype exhibition. Rather, what I have selected for this exhibition are examples of ‘singular impressions.’ There are many examples of monotype here; however, most of the artists who entered work relied on relief, intaglio, lithography and ink-jet rung through a variety of other process to make one-of-a-kind prints. These, it seems to me, not only broaden the scope of work in this exhibition, but enliven it as well. Including a variety of approaches and showing them together allows viewers to assess what is singular about each of these…” 

Andrew Stevens, juror, Curator of the Department of Prints and Drawings, Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Color Woodcut, 22

Tilatopia #6, Color Woodcut, 22″ x 30″, 2014

Flatbed Press and Gallery Presents



Color Woodcut, 22

Tilatopia #12, Color Woodcut, 22″ x 30″, 2015

Presented in conjunction with PrintAustin, The Contemporary Print is a survey of the traditions and innovations of contemporary printmaking happening today. Juried by Mary Heathcott, Director of Blue Star Contemporary Museum in San Antonio, Texas, selections for the exhibition may embrace non-traditional or digital output, while utilizing traditional print media as their primary technique.

Artists include: Marissa Angel, Justin Barfield, Kristen Bartel, Diana Behl, Adrienne Butler, Silas Breaux, Craig Cameron, Ryan Cronk, Beth Fein, Andrea Ferrigno, Kylie Ford, Brandy González, Kat Hartley, Zach Ingram, Sara Langworthy, Jon Mahnke, Steve Mizel, Sean P. Morrissey, David Nelson, Kelsea Nichols, Johnny Plastini, Carey Rasmussen, Nicholas Ruth, Sarah Serio, Merrill Shatzman, Allison Valdivia, Melissa Walter, Vivian Wang, Yishu Wang, Micheal Weigman, Ian J. Welch, Art Werger, Mimi Williams, Jack Wood, Ken Wood, and Cameron York.