Big Ink Woodcuts

Openshaw Balcony Gallery, 3rd floor

BIG INK brings together artists, community organizations, and the public to produce large scale black and white woodcuts for exhibition and educational purposes. Artists from the US and abroad submit a proposal to create a big print through their website. Print studios offer their facilities so artists may collaboratively print the work while museums and galleries mount exhibitions of the finished pieces. The project was initiated in 2012 by Lyell Castonguay and his partner Carand to share their acquired knowledge of working large.

BIG INK finished their successful two day workshop at Maryland Hall and the completed work, in addition to seven prints from the BIG INK Collection, are on display through August 20th, 2017 in the Alcove (1st floor) and Openshaw Balcony (3rd floor) galleries.

Artists who participated in August workshops at Maryland Hall:

Jun Lee, Steven Munoz, Sherri Blase, Zachariah Schmitt, Delaney Green, Louise Wallendorf, Christy Ball, Ariston Jacks, Mary Walker, Donovan Kramer, Anita Hagan

New work printed this August at Maryland Hall currently showcased in Openshaw Balcony Gallery, third floor

   

Openshaw Balcony Gallery , BIG INK exhibition through August 20th

 

Prints from BIG INK Collection (and August workshop at Maryland Hall)

 

Left, Openshaw Balcony Gallery | Right, Alcove Gallery at Maryland Hall

 

Artwork from past BIG INK workshops, BIG INK Collection, in the Alcove Gallery at Maryland Hall

To learn more about the BIG INK workshops at Maryland Hall click here.