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SAGA'S 84th Members Print Exhibition opened on September 6th at Syracuse University Art Galleries, Syracuse, NY. The opening was well attended by print lovers and students from the university. There were sixty-seven framed prints on view and they were displayed beautifully. Congratulations to all!
Speedball Art Products Material Veronique Coutant-Godard
Materials Purchase Award $500 in Woodblock Linoleum
Speedball Art Products Joan Chiverton
Materials Purchase Award $500 in Silkscreen
Speedball Art Products Materials Alan Petrulis
Purchase Award $500 in Intaglio
Kathy Caraccio Mary Teichman
Purchase Award in Color Intaglio $300
Blick Art Materials DeAnn Prosia
Purchase Award $500
Artist & Craftsman Supply Materials Michael Di Cerbo
Award $200 in Intaglio
Artist & Craftsman Supply Materials Naomi Bossom
Award $200 in Woodblock, Linoleum
Murray Roth Memorial Award in Printmaking Jayne Reid Jackson
Robert Conover Memorial Mark D. Sisson
Arun Bose Memorial Award in Intaglio Printmaking Steve Walker
In Memory of Gertrude Pferdt a beloved Teacher Dennis Rivitsky
In Memory of Ruth Leaf Ellen Nathan Singer
EC Lyons Materials Joe Essig
Renaissance Graphic Arts Materials Kathleen E. Gallagher
84th Members Print Exhibition
The opening for SAGA'S 84th Members Print Exhibition was held September 6 at Syracuse University Art Galleries, Syracuse, NY. The opening was well attended by print lovers and students from the university. There were sixty-seven framed prints on view and they were displayed beautifully. It was great to share the experience with some SAGA members, including Dennis Revitzky, Charlene Tarbox, Eric Goldberg, DeAnn Prosia, John Oaks, and Susan Altman (missing from the photo). The evening also featured openings at the Syracuse University Art Galleries for a Rodin sculpture exhibit and an exhibit of paintings by renowned Japanese artist, Yasuo Kuniyoshi.
In the Print Study Room works were displayed from the Syracuse University Art Collection. Included were prints by past SAGA members such as Isabel Bishop, Edward Hopper, John Sloan and Peggy Bacon, to mention a few. In years past Syracuse University developed its collection with prints from notable printmakers from our organization. Several of our members were also on the Syracuse faculty. The prints in this vast collection are available to faculty and students for instruction and study.
At the conclusion of the Syracuse exhibit, the prints from the SAGA show will travel to other venues, after which the prints will become part of the Syracuse University Art Collection. Thank you to all of the participants.
The exhibit will be at Syracuse University Art Galleries until November 18, 2018.
The show will travel to J. Wayne Stark Galleries at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas; January 22 - March 10, 2019.
In 2020 the show will travel to Richard E. Peeler Art Center at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana; February 3 - June 10, 2020.
We will keep you updated on additional exhibition places.