Exhibitions

The 9/11 Memorial Portfolio Exhibition
The New York Society of Etchers and the American Print Alliance
VanDeb Edtions
313 West 37th Street, 7th floor
New York, NY 10013
September 10 - 23, 2006

     

Etching and Intaglio Printmaking in New York
©Stephen A. Fredericks

Etching and Intaglio Printmaking in New York
© Judith Anderson

Etching and Intaglio Printmaking in New York
© Marjorie Miller


 

The New York Society of Etchers is pleased to announce that it is hosting the American Print Alliance’s September 11 Memorial Portfolio in New York City upon the fifth anniversary of the attacks on the United States. 

Local artists including Judith Anderson, Stephen A. Fredericks, Christian Legros, Marjorie Miller and Tom White, contributed prints to the portfolio on behalf of the New York Society of Etchers.

The Etchers Society is a long-standing council member of the American Print Alliance that is headquartered in Peachtree City, Georgia.  The Alliance began organizing the Memorial Portfolio in late 2001, and the show — which contains some 450 original prints — has been traveling around the country to different venues ever since. 

VanDeb Editions, founded by Marjorie van Dyke and Deborah Freedman, is located west midtown Manhattan in the heart of what is now the city’s artist-printmaking center.  Ms. van Dyke and Freedman have graciously donated use of the gallery in their professional etching studio for the two week exhibition.

For further information about VanDeb Editions contact: http://www.vandeb.com  

For further information about the APA contact: http://www.printalliance.org/

For more information about the Memorial Portfolio:
click here.

Etchers and Intaglio Printmaking in New York
Rebecca Marsh McCannell (OR)
"Brothers", 2001
Screenprint
Catherine Kernan (MA)
"Flight", 2002
Intaglio and Monotype


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For more information from the New York Society of Etchers, write: info@nysetchers.org.

Etching and Intaglio Printmaking in New York© Christian Legars

Etching and Intaglio Printmaking in New York© Tom White
and Jacob Smith

© Ann Chernow