September 20, 2018



Michigan Printmaking

Charlevoix Circle of Arts, Charlevoix

Sixteen MI artists have been invited to represent traditional & contemporary methods of printmaking in the exhibit "Block-Paper-Ink." An opening will be held on Fri., Sept. 14 from 5-7pm. On Sept. 20 at 11am Chad Pastotnik, founder of Deep Wood Press, will discuss his printmaking journey. On Oct. 25 at 10am Charlevoix artist Sue Bolt will give a gallery talk outlining & describing many aspects of historical printmaking. Runs through Nov. 3. Open Mon. - Sat., 11am-5pm.

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