Cameron University Professor of Art Katherine Liontas-Warren has been invited to contribute to the Artist Printmaker Research Collection (AP/RC) at the Museum of Texas Tech University. The AP/RC is a research collection of original prints created by artist/printmakers. She joins more than 15 other artists from Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado who are contributing to the project.
“I am honored to be asked to contribute to this collection,” says Liontas-Warren. “Knowing that my work will be included in a collection that is readily available for research, exhibition and examination for generations to come is extremely gratifying.”
The AP/RC seeks one copy of every editioned work that a selected artist has ever created in addition to mylars, photographs, matrices, and other materials that were used in the development and creation of the prints. The collection also contains published or unpublished materials relating to an individual artist's career, such as evolving artist statements, exhibition reviews and exhibition announcements.
The AP/RC highlights comprehensive collections by individual artist-printmakers, specifically those artists who participate in and perform every phase of the printmaking process from developing the image, fixing the image on a matrix, and printing the image. The collection focuses on original works of art in any print media, including relief, planographic, intaglio and digital. These may include woodblock prints, linocuts, etchings, screen prints, lithographs, engravings, giclee prints, monoprints, pochoirs, and more.
August 25, 2011