The Ink Shop Printmaking Center & Olive Branch Press 330 E State St, 2nd floor of CSMA building
19th Mini-Print International 11/4 – 1/20
This show invites artists from around the world to submit prints no larger than 4”x 4”. A juried selection of the submitted prints for the 19th Mini Print International will be exhibited at The Ink Shop in 2016. Our recent Mini Print shows have attracted artists from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand as well as many artists from the United States.
The Exhibition has been held bi-annually since 1985 and was founded and directed by Bev McLean who sought to challenge artists and provide an affordable form in which international art could be brought together. The exhibitions have toured throughout the US and abroad. The Ink Shop was a host of the 16th, 17th, 18th exhibits and is now organizing the 19th and following exhibits.
Padma Center for Natural Therapies 114 W Buffalo St
Ecstatic Drawings: playful and bold, primitive and sophisticated, abstract and representational.
Yvonne Fisher is a Psychotherapist, writer, performer, and visual artist.
“I have been doodling all my life and in recent years i have taken it up a notch. I still draw with markers but now I turn my a wirls into themes of people, landscapes, and, sometimes fish, as well as abstract designs. I am in love with color and patterns and mandalas.”
For info on purchasing a drawing, please send email to email@example.com
Tompkins County Public Library 101 E Green St
Join TCPL at the opening of “On Being Human” a multi-media art exhibit curated by Terry Plater. Under the leadership of Terry Plater, and in conjunction with the Smithsonian National Institute of Natural History’s traveling exhibit, “Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean To Be Human?” ten local artists have come together to present—through their art–what they think it means to be human.
Featured artists include Ben Altman, William Benson, Gurdon Brewster, Jane Dennis, Mauro Marinelli, Terry Plater, Lin Price, Sheryl Sinkow, Werner Sun and Robyn Wishna.
The traveling exhibit “Exploring Human Origins” will also be open during Gallery night. Refreshments will be served in the BorgWarner Room. After 6:00 PM, entrance to the Library will be through the BorgWarner door, behind the bus shelter on Green Street.
This exhibit is made possible through grant support from the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County.
The Frame Shop 414 W Buffalo St
Selected works by Joy Adams
An array of mixed media and traditional paintings from the artist’s studio.
Community Arts Partnership ArtSpace 171 The Commons in Center Ithaca
Come to the CAP ArtSpace for Barbara Mink’s “Winter Journey,” which explores the beauty of Ithaca in winter’s black, white, and shades in between. Works range from by 4×5 foot canvases to smaller framed works on paper, all in ink or acrylic. The name is a nod to Schubert’s wonderful song cycle, which epitomizes to me the beauty that can be found in the season’s cold and stark winter landscape.
Thank you to our 2016 ArtSpace sponsor, Tompkins Trust Company!
Thank you to our December sponsor, The Bookery, used and rare books.
Breathe 171 E State St
Domenica Brockman: Painting Trees and Light
Recent oil paintings of the local landscape by Domenica Brockman.
“I am inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Living with the extreme seasonal changes of the Finger Lakes area of upstate New York, I love the way I find new colors and scenery every time I go outside. No matter what the weather, I am always looking for the sun, and I try to depict it’s constant, reassuring presence, in the form of light in the picture.”
Community Arts Partnership 171 E State St
Come to Community Arts Partnership’s CAP ArtSpace for “Essence,” New Work by Ileen Kaplan and Michael Maxwell. Ileen’s colorful abstracts and Michael’s digital photograph/paintings are gorgeous! Please stop by. The local organization, Ithaca Underground, will also have a show of their music event poster art in the interior of Center Ithaca.