Laurie Szujewska (shoe yév skä) is a printmaker, typographer, and graphic designer. She currently is making prints on a letterpress concerning shapes and color. She once worked in the printing trades and lived and played in NYC with the band members of The Chairs while creating graphics for the performing arts venue Roulette during its early years. After completing her MFA in graphic design from the Yale School of Art she moved west to California and worked as a designer and art director at Adobe Systems where she created many awarding-winning graphics and the typeface Giddyup. Abandoning computers she now makes prints using obsolete technology and often teaches at Reed College and UC Davis. Her prints and graphic work have been exhibited in various venues in Europe and the United States and are included in many Artist Book Collections at universities, libraries, and private collections.
Kathryn Maxwell‘s recent installations, 3-dimensional graphic
works, and prints, examine points of intersection of science, spirituality and
art, as they help define our understanding of what it means to be human and our
relationship to the universe. Her works have been exhibited throughout the U.S as
well as numerous other countries, most recently, China. Venues include Dundee
Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland; Denver Art Museum; Detroit Institute of
Art; and the Indianapolis Art Center. She has been awarded artist residencies
in China, Greece, Scotland, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Maxwell received her MFA
from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and BA from Northwestern University,
Evanston, Illinois.She currently resides in Tempe, AZ where she is a Professor
in the School of Art at Arizona State University.
Join us February 1st, 2020 from 1PM-3PM For or a Gallery Walk through with participating artists followed by a Panel Discussion on "Migration and Art” with Pavel Acevedo, Marianne Sadowski and Phumilelele Tshabalala
Included in this exhibition is a special preview of PAPER BOATS, a small flotilla will be on view in preparation for LA Printmaking on view at SGCI 2023 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The ImMigration Project, back from an exciting installation in Venice Italy, in October 2019 currently comprises 145 artists from all over North America and Europe!