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Jeremy Botts 1h
Great survey of German expressionist prints from the collection of Sandra Bowden in the Aughinbaugh galleries: Kollwitz, Kaus, Dix & Beckmann.
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Alice Marianne Oct 16
Edvard Munch Towards the Forest | 1897 Munch Museum | Oslo, Norway
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Tez Gogoi Oct 19
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Tez Gogoi Oct 19
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Tez Gogoi Oct 19
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mara cozzolino Oct 18
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leezali Oct 17
for detailed review and buyer's guide to keep you informed about best quality axes for camping and bushcrafts. Technology have improved alot over the years and axes are now made in a manner to take advantage of imporving technology.
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Robert Fitzmaurice 9h
Detail of 2nd woodcut in the 'Bad Boys' series. Expect these prints to be about refining ideas to feed back into larger paintings this winter
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LittleSparrowEvents 🎶 Oct 16
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Geo Sipp 5h
Board is drawn up and ready to carve - 18”x 24”. For our Illustration class, Cuban Orisha project.
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Thor Smith Oct 19
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Thor Smith Oct 19
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Fraser Donachie Oct 19
... ‘one of those’ ... ... thanks for the ‘matrix’ ...
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bip-Art Printmakers Oct 17
Thursday mornings wood/vinyl/linocut course, multiply block jigsaws, dabbed blocks and cutting. . . @ Brighton
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posterhaus Oct 17
One of a trio of float-mounted woodcuts completed recently for a customer <3
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Jorge Pagaza Oct 17
Money, plate five from Intimacies by Félix Vallotton (1898)
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Chris Neuenschwander Oct 17
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Christine Klassen Gallery Oct 16
🖤🖤LISA MATTHIAS’ new series of extra large format woodblock prints go on the walls next week / Previews available Fri/Sat
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Chris Neuenschwander Oct 18
this little mouse is hanging out at @tinybubblesteabar in Woodstock- come grab a bubble tea and a new friend!
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Gristle Oct 12
Bosch demon by swamplost. Email swamplosttattoos@gmail.com for an appointment. Back in Brooklyn in October.
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