Exhibit opens: Saturday, February 6, 11AM to 7PM
Opening information: We present this opening with safety and social distancing in mind. Masks are mandatory. The exhibit runs through the month of February, so please consider visiting anytime during normal gallery business hours.
The art: More than 70 works will be on display from 30+ artists.
During these interesting times, "Pressing On" has become a mantra for the members of Tiger Lily Press. The print studio was closed from March until August due to the pandemic, requiring members to print at home, or at other locations, or not at all. But that did not stop them from making prints, or planning prints, or at least thinking about prints and printmaking and what they love about the process. The studio has re-opened and members of this historic group look forward to inviting the community to their annual printmaking show of work at Caza Sikes Gallery in the Oakley neighborhood of Cincinnati.
The exhibition will feature framed etchings, screen prints, woodblocks, collagraphs, lithographs, monoprints, letterpress, linocuts as well as three-dimensional explorations and artist books. All prints are hand-made prints created by the exhibiting artists, not mass-produced copies. Unframed prints will also be available for purchase.
Participating artists include: Jennifer Baldwin, Stephanie Berrie, James Billiter, Beth Brann, Fred Daniell, D.R. Danielsson, Joan Effertz, Louann Elliott, Rick Finn, Nicole Fiely, Sheila Lynn Fleischer, Maureen George, Saad Ghosn, Jay Harriman, Ann Marie Herrera, Tory Keith, Eric Klopfenstein, Andrea Knarr, Mary Mark, Kat McGee, Susan Naylor, Kathleen Piercefield, Ron Prigat, Blanche Pringle Smith, LuAnn Roberto, Jonpaul Smith, Vanessa Sorenson, Diane Stemper, Jan Thomas, Nancy Turner, Carole Winters, Mary Woodworth, and Nora Young.
Tiger Lily Press is a fine art printmaking studio space located in West Price Hill. Our mission is to produce, preserve and promote the art of printmaking in the Cincinnati area. We have press facilities for etching, lithography, letterpress, screen printing, and more. Established in 1978 through a grant at the downtown YWCA, Tiger Lily has been in many locations around the city but has always provided “A Place to Print” for emerging and professional artists for over 40 years. For more information go to www.tigerlilypress.org.