Andrea Dezsö

The University of Hawai`i at Manoa had the honor to host the very talented, Andrea Dezsö during her residency from March 14th to 18th, 2016.

Her residency coincided with the exhibition SELECTIONS FROM THE COLLECTION OF ARM AND ROLLER PRESS, where four of her vitreograph blind prints were displayed.

Andrea Dezsö  ( Artist ) , Yoshimi Teh  ( Printer ) , Eric Cabato  ( Printer's Assistant )

Andrea Dezsö (Artist), Yoshimi Teh (Printer), Eric Cabato (Printer's Assistant)

Arm and Roller Press is the collaborative printing arm of Charles Cohan, professor of art at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, also my mentor and boss. As a fine art printer for artists since 1990, Arm and Roller Press has accumulated a diverse collection through the production of numerous projects for various artists during the past 25 years. Arm and Roller Press also represents a collection of over 1000 prints, artists’ books, and printed ephemera that have been assembled through collaborative exchange folios and cooperative projects.

Selections from the Collection of Arm and Roller Press will highlight approximately 60 prints from artists working in North and South America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, and provide a glimpse into the global range of traditional printmaking practices of the past 25 years. Intersections Visiting Artist Andrea Dezsö’s work is included in this exhibition.

During her week long residency, she worked on four stone lithographs ranging from small to large, printed by yours truly.

Find out where you can find Andrea Dezsö’s stone lithographs HERE.

Lithographs by Motoda Hisaharu

In conjunction with the exhibition Hiroshige’s City: From Edo to Tokyo, in which his artwork is displayed, the lithography artist Motoda Hisaharu visits the Honolulu Museum of Art School for a week-long residency.

The public is invited to see the artist in action at these times: Feb 8–15, 10am–noon, Honolulu Museum of Art School Print Studio.

During Motoda Hisaharu's residency, I was in charge of assisting him in preparing, processing and printing his aluminum plate lithographs, as well as translate for the public and Motoda-sensei.

Motoda Hisaharu working on his Waikiki aluminum plate. (Image taken by Honolulu Museum)

Motoda Hisaharu working on his Waikiki aluminum plate. (Image taken by Honolulu Museum)

Some of Motoda Hisaharu's prints laid out for the public. (Image by Stephen Salel, assistant curator of Japanese Art at Honolulu Museum)

Some of Motoda Hisaharu's prints laid out for the public. (Image by Stephen Salel, assistant curator of Japanese Art at Honolulu Museum)

Slightly Offset, QCA portfolio exchange

Professor Charles Cohan, professor of printmaking at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa and myself were invited to participate in the Queensland College of Art portfolio exchange titled "Slightly Offset".

In addition to Queensland College of Art staff, representatives attended from the State Library of QLD, Griffith Artworks and major sponsors, Canson Papers Australia and Conexus Consulting.

QCA Print Studio manager, Jonathan Tse sent us 40 sheets of printing papers supplied by Canson.

The edition for this exchange was 36.

Final print (monoprint + lithograph) of the collaborative print by Charles Cohan on left and myself on the right.

Final print (monoprint + lithograph) of the collaborative print by Charles Cohan on left and myself on the right.

"Dirty Fingers" by Matthew Newkirk

The opening of Dirty Fingers will be on November 27th (Fri) from 6 - 10pm, an exhibition of traditional printmaking with a dark twist. The exhibition will be held at LoveLove Studios, 25 Railway TCE, Milton.

This exhibition includes over 25 local and international artists.

I was ecstatic to hear that my print was selected by Matthew Newkirk as the exhibition announcement image. 

Exhibition Announcement by Matthew Newkirk. (Image: lithograph by Yoshimi The)

Exhibition Announcement by Matthew Newkirk.
(Image: lithograph by Yoshimi The)

Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition

Image taken by Awagami Factory staff

Image taken by Awagami Factory staff

I am honored to be a part of the Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition 2015. At the AIMPE 2015, held to commemorate the 27th anniversary of the Awagami Factory. The exhibition will be held at the old factory site which has been renovated into the Inbe Art Space, located in Yoshinogawa City, Tokushima.

On view from 2015.10.10 (Sat.) - 2015.11.8 (Sun.)

Photographs of print arrival taken by the AIMPE staff. (Bottom right: lithograph + chine-colle by Yoshimi Teh)

Photographs of print arrival taken by the AIMPE staff.
(Bottom right: lithograph + chine-colle by Yoshimi Teh)

"suspension" by Yoshimi Teh / Chiho Ushio

Image by Brue Bar staff

Image by Brue Bar staff

Come one, come all! 

Brue Bar and Honolulu Printmakers present "suspension", a two person print show featuring Yoshimi Teh and Chiho Ushio.

Opening Reception:
Wednesday, June 10th, 5:00-7:00pm
Brue Bar, 119 Merchant Street, Ground Floor

YOSHIMI TEH and CHIHO USHIO are artists and printmakers who were both born in Japan and currently reside in Honolulu. Teh's works often include sand in her processes and Ushio's relates to water. The title of the exhibit is a reference to the mixture of two substances in chemistry. 

Stencil Monoprint by Yoshimi Teh (left), Woodblock print by Chiho Ushio (right)

Stencil Monoprint by Yoshimi Teh (left), Woodblock print by Chiho Ushio (right)

"Provenance" in Adelaide


Provenance is the Adelaide Central School of Art's bi-annual fundraiser auction and exhibition; an unmissable opportunity to acquire original works of art from 76 living Australian artists.

2 lithographs by Mei Sheong Wong and Yoshimi Teh, made during Mei's stay as an artist in residence at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa.

As a non-profit organization, proceeds from this exhibition directly support the students of the School. Provenance will be held in the Teaching & Studio Building with auction held in the Gallery.

Exhibition Open for viewing | Monday 18 May to Friday 5 June 

Auction | Thursday 4 June 2015 | Doors open at 5:30pm for Auction at 7:00pm
Auction conducted by James Bruce of Theodore Bruce Auctions

Purchases can be made in person or online. Contact James Edwards, Gallery Assistant at james.edwards@acsa.sa.edu.au or 08 8299 7300 to make a purchase or place a bid. Purchases and silent bids accepted from 9am 18 May to COB 3 June 2015. 

To read more about the show, click HERE.

Honolulu Printmakers 87th Annual Exhibition

See prints by artists from all over the state in the 87th annual juried exhibition of Honolulu Printmakers at the Honolulu Museum of Art School.

Juror: Sonnernzimmer: Chicago-based screenprinting duo.

2014 Gift Print Artist: Paul Weissman: Architect and printmaker whose print will address the politics of water usage and scarcity in Hawai‘i.

Opening Reception: Feb 25, 5-7pm
Gallery hours: Tues-Sat from 10am-4:30pm and Sun at 1-5pm
Exhibition Dates: Thurs, Feb 26th - Fri, March 20th

I am beyond grateful to be a part of this years exhibition and be one of the recipients for the award of excellence.
 

Image from  Printeresting

Image from Printeresting

Source: http://archive.printeresting.org/2015/02/2...