Florida State at Jacksonville Exhibit

The postcard invite for this exhibit.

Florida State College at Jacksonville recently sent us great pictures of the BIG INK exhibit at the FSCJ Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts. A huge thanks to Patrick Miko and Elizabeth (Lynn) Lewis for inviting us and installing the pieces!

BIG INK participants are automatically considered for future shows by participating in one of our events. We’ve scheduled five exhibits for 2017 in OK, MA, NH, NY, and MD. Join our growing community by visiting www.bigink.org/apply and submitting your application for free.

The FSCJ exhibit includes the work of: Tate Klacsmann, Ryan Horvath, Reinaldo Alexander Gil Zambrano, Nancy Haver, Eben Kling, Cait Giunta & Ned Roche, Carolyn Muskat, Christopher Stepler, Daniel Chiaccio, Daniel Chapman, Debra Olin, John McKaig, Lyell Castonguay, Laura Post, Monique Martin, Robin Gibson, Scott Ludwig, Scott Minzy, and William Evertson.

Seoul Museum of Art Exhibit

The postcard that accompanied this exhibit.

Twenty prints from the BIG INK portfolio were recently exhibited at the Seoul Museum of Art during The Korean Contemporary Printmakers Association Annual Exhibition. Our friend, Chunwoo Nam of PRINT ART Research Center and Papercrown Press, invited us to contribute. The show, which occurred during the first week of September, highlighted the best print work being produced in Korea and abroad. This year featured member’s works, an international juried show, and exchange prints from India.

Even though we meet with participating artists for a short while, BIG INK remains connected through exhibits like the one in Seoul. Because each participant donates one print to the BIG INK portfolio, the work is shown at gallery or museum exhibits throughout the country and abroad. Wanna take part? Join the BIG INK community and carve wood for the good of humanity!

The next March 27th deadline for our event in Eugene, OR is approaching fast. Get those proposals in before it is too late! Apply for free at www.bigink.org/apply.

BIG INK prints on the wall.
Seoul Museum of Art’s amazing vaulted ceilings.
Panel discussion about contemporary printmaking.