Faces of Annapolis

Chaney Gallery, 2nd floor

A collection of nine large, multi-colored woodblock prints, hand-pulled by the artist, Carlin Menzin, treat the places and living narratives of Annapolis.

 

Menzin created a series of prints based on real and fictional imagery of her time spent living in Annapolis. The actual woodblocks and preliminary sketches will also be on display with educational components.

Artist's Biography

Carlin Menzin was born in Ogden, Utah. After attending Westminster College in Salt Lake City, she began to study drawing, painting, and sculpture, first in Florence, Italy, and then on the island of Paros in Greece. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Connecticut and her Master of Arts degree from the Great Books Program at St. John's College in Annapolis Maryland. She is currently pursuing a PhD in philosophy at Boston College. Her most recent work, a series of large-scale woodblock prints, traces the experiences of different individuals whose lives intersected with hers during her time in Annapolis. The project explores the relationship between biography, fiction, and imagery.

Gallery Hours:  Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm and during most performances.