2004 Artist Members Exhibition

Concepts & Perceptionns (2003) Beatrice Coron

Juried by Mindell Dubansky & Milan Hughston.

Twenty-seven artists have been selected to show their work in the Center for Book Arts’ 2004 Artist Members Juried Exhibition June 17th through August 20th in the Center’s gallery. The show was juried by Mindell Dubansky, Associate Museum Preservation Librarian, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Milan Hughston, Chief of Library and Museum Archives, Museum of Modern Art.
An opening reception will be held on Thursday June 17th, 2004 from 6 – 8 PM. The exhibition closes Saturday August 20th. The Center is open to the public Monday through Friday from 10am – 6pm and on Saturdays from 10am – 4pm. Admission is Free.

June – August 2004 Michael Loderstedt, Featured Artist

Center for Book Arts Gallery is located on the third floor at 28 West 27th Street, Manhattan. Our beautiful exhibit cases are always filled with exciting work, and you are welcome to come to see it.

Exhibition Checklist:

  • Masks (2003)
    Sally Agee
    Acrylic & collage on watercolor paper
  • An Idle Dream, A Book of Questions (2003)
    Barbara Barnes  Allen
    Mixed media
  • The Four Chairs (2004)
    Eileen Arnow-Levine
  • Milk, Butter, Eggs (2004)
    Alice Austin
    Etching, relief print
  • Shakespeare (2003)
    Maya Boisgallays
    Letterpress, platinum, palladium prints
  • Shakespeare (2003)
    Beverly Burbank
    Letterpress, platinum, palladium prints
  • Concepts & Perceptionns (2003)
    Beatrice Coron
    Stainless steel
  • The Spelling Spider (2003)
    Beatrice Coron
    Cut-out Tyvek
  • Hello Seemed So Easy: Verse 5 (2004)
    Katherine D. Crone
    Archival ink-jet & laser engraving on acrylic structure
  • Hello Seemed So Easy: Verse 5 (2004)
    Katherine D. Crone
    Archival ink-jet & laser engraving on acrylic structure
  • Lacrima (2005)
    Keith M. Cummings
    digital composition, image transfer, cotton broadcloth and embroidery floss
  • Spiral Bound (2003)
    Kristy Deetz
    Carved wood, encaustic, human hair, beeswax
  • Touchstones (2003)
    Kristy Deetz
    Carved wood, encaustic, stones, beeswax
  • Words and Music (2003)
    Evelyn Eller
    Mixed medium collage
  • Chocolate Filled (2003)
    Barbara Gilbert
    Mixed media
  • Sightseeing in Lisbon (2003)
    Barbara Gilbert
    Photocopy from silver print
  • Destination Moon (2003)
    Karen Hanmer
    Pigment ink-jet prints
  • Once Red, Once Read (2003)
    Gloria Helfgott
    Mixed media
  • Hunter-Gatherer: State I (2004)
    Kumi Korf
    Intaglio and letterpress printing on copperplate paper
  • Secrets of the Burn (2004)
    Mary Ellen Long
    Mixed media
  • Portraits (2003)
    Jim Machacek
  • The Family Game (2003)
    Emily Martin
  • Pink Prayer (2003)
    Tadashi Mitsui
    Coptic bound origami
  • Portraits (2003)
    Tadashi Mitsui
  • Through the Tall Grass (2004)
    Lois Morrison
    Fabric, applique, embroidery
  • All in Her Head (2003)
    Rebecca Brandeis Morton
    Three books with intaglio printing & chine colle in a papier mache head case
  • O Star (2003)
    Jan Owen
    Acrylic on paper, calligraphy, gold leaf
  • Our Share (2003)
    Jan Owen
    Acrylic on paper, calligraphy, gold leaf
  • Somewhere Else (2003)
    Sarah Plimpton
    Letterpress, woodcut, linocut
  • Out of Work Pen Wiper (2003)
    Michelle Raccagni
    Mixed media
  • Shadow of Descent (2003)
    Maddy Rosenberg
    Digital print, paper engineering
  • Burning (2004)
    Peter Sramek
    Ink-jet, acrylic on board
  • Fifty-eight, Eighty-five (2003)
    Jennifer Vignone
    Ink-jet print, collage

Support for the Center for Book Arts’ visual arts programming is provided, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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