Windsor Printmakers

at 420 Devonshire Rd., Windsor, N8N 4J6 Canada


Windsor Printmakers
420 Devonshire Rd.
Windsor , ON N8N 4J6
Canada
Contact Phone
P: 519-253-9493
Website
http://www.wpfstudio.org

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Prints which were generously donated by SoCA to Windsor Printmaker’s Forum will be released for public sale on December 10, 2016 at the Art Gallery of Windsor.
July 22 to August 6 2016Reception July 23 from 7 pm to 10 pm drop off for art this Saturday July 16 from 12:00 to 5:00 pm and July 18 from 2:30 to 6:00 pm at Windsor Printmaker’s Forum, 420 Devonshire rd.
Please join us July 22 and 23 during the Walkerville Artwalk will we be having demonstration of Intaglio printmaking from12:00 (noon) to 5:00 pm followed by our reception of the members show from 7:00 to 10:00.
The Windsor Printmaker’s Forum (WPF) invites members and anyone interested in becoming a member to submit applications for the 2015 Members’ Exhibition.
Natalie comes to Windsor Printmaker’s Forum from Georgian College where she is working towards her postgraduate certificate in Museum and Gallery studies, her program has included coursework in curatorial practices, museum and gallery management, educational programming and delivery, collections management, research methods, and exhibition design.
During her time as Curator and Administrative Assistant at WPF she will be working towards developing ‘The Walking Project’, a proposed WPF exhibition for 2015-2016, she will be coordinating WPF’s Annual Member’s Show and membership drive, as well as WPF’s summer residency with the Forum’s 2015 artist-in-residence Arturo Herrera.
This year Windsor Printmaker’s Forum Annual Members’ Show featured the multi-medium work of its artists who were invited to submit work created from a vast array of materials: this allowed those who visited the exhibition the chance to experience not only a wide range of traditional printmaking techniques, but also demonstrated the extent of the work of its members.
The imprint of the artist seemed to be a special component of the annual members’ show, and could be seen in other work such as Grace Manias’ mixed media prints, which incorporated pencil drawings onto mixed media prints.
This unique members’ show allowed its members to explore alternative ways of showing in the WPF gallery space, and allowed viewers of the exhibition to experience the multifaceted work of Windsor Printmaker’s Forum’s members.
She is currently pursuing Museum and Gallery Studies at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario, and serves on the board of directors at Windsor Printmaker’s Forum.
The prints will be on display from November 21, 2014 until January 9, 2015, with an opening reception to take place on Friday, November 21, 2014 at 6pm, to coincide with the Walkerville Holiday Art Walk.
The Windsor Printmaker’s Forum showcases the works of its membership in the gallery from July 4 to August 31, 2014.
The Windsor Printmaker’s Forum is proud to support young artists with our 2014 Annual High School Student Exhibition: Works on Paper , which runs from April 27 to May 31, 2014.
The exhibition features printmaking, drawing, painting on paper, collage, book works, and other print media on paper created at local high schools in the 2013-2014 school year.
In this first collaborative print show between the University of Windsor and McMaster University, enjoy a variety of styles, techniques and approaches to printmaking and celebrate the wonderful work created by these students.
The Windsor Printmaker’s Forum is inviting students to participate in our 2014 Annual High School Student Exhibition: Works on Paper .
The call is for printmaking, photography, drawing, painting on paper, collage, book works, paper sculptures and all other print media on paper created in the 2013-2014 school year.
The student exhibition is an excellent opportunity to inspire young artists to partake in the full experience of an exhibition opening and to show their work in a professional gallery.
School Membership entitles high school art students to 3 weeks of exhibition time and also allows up to 5 students to attend workshops, taught by professional artists, at a 10% discounted rate.