Art at the JCC Presents: Santa Barbara Printmakers Exhibit

Posted on Aug 16 by SEASONS Magazine

 

Transition, by Sara Woodburn, 18” X 24,” completed in 2018 using the Japanese woodblock method called mokuhanga. Courtesy Art at the JCC.

Transition, by Sara Woodburn, completed in 2018 using the Japanese woodblock method called mokuhanga. Courtesy Art at the JCC.

Come support the Santa Barbara art community, and enjoy wine and appetizers by attending the Jewish Community Center (JCC’s) opening reception for the Santa Barbara Printmakers Exhibit on August 19, from 2 to 4:30 p.m.

Exclusively at the display opening, a collection of unframed prints will be available to purchase. The reception will officially commence at 3 p.m. with the welcoming announcement and a speech by the exhibition’s printmaking judge.

Exhibitions will be evaluated by Stephanie Dotson, a professor of printmaking at Santa Barbara City College, and the first-place winner will receive $400. The second-place winner will be awarded $200, and third-place $100.

Located at the Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center, 524 Chapala St. in Santa Barbara, this will be the seventh year of the Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center hosting the Santa Barbara Printmakers, a local nonprofit organization that focuses on printmaking as an art practice.

Recent juried exhibitions promoted by the Santa Barbara Printmakers have included entries from San Diego, Los Angeles and beyond, as well as nationally recognized printmakers as jurors.

As a portion of every sale supports the featured local artists and Jewish Federation Programs, the pieces range in price from $65 to $1,500.

The exhibition will be available to view at the Community Center until October 24.

For more information about the exhibit, click here.

Sabrina Stroot

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