The Art of Democracy
The New York Society of Etchers
National Arts Club
15 Grammercy Park South
New York, New York

November 3 - 14, 2008


Etching and Intaglio Printmaking in New York
Lou Netter ©

Art of Democracy
Ann Chernow ©

ARt of Democracy
Tim Massey ©


The Art of Democracy exhibition of prints exhibited at The National Arts Club from November 2nd through the 14th was part of a national coalition of political art exhibitions co-organized by The New York Society of Etchers and artist activist Art Hazelwood of San Francisco, CA. This historic effort included the work of as many as one thousand artists participating in over 50 exhibitions simultaneously across the United States. Artists included in the New York show, curated on our behalf by Mr. Marshall Arisman and Ms. Frances Jetter included Linda Adato, Marshall Arisman, Carla Bauer, Kristine T. Bouyoucos, Ann Chernow, Soo-Jin Chung, Ellen Coleman, Zev Deans, Stephen A. Fredericks, Margaret Gosden, Sarah Hauser, Art Hazelwood, Andy Hoogenboom, Rosalee O. Isaly, Frances Jetter, Denise Kasof, Mattias Kern, Brian Knoerzer, Jessica Lenard,Sue Huggins Leopard, Timothy Massey, Bill Murphy,Louis Netter, Joan O’ Connor, Richard Pantell, Michael Pellettieri, Alan Petrulis, Bruce Richards, Victoria Salzman, Justin Sanz, Sarah Sears, William H. Skerritt, Russ Spitkovsky, Dino Tasovaz, Vartan Ter-Avanesyan, Bruce Waldman, Betty Winkler, and Jahee Yu.

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

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