Lasting Impressions: Four Leaders of New Mexico Printmaking
January 29, 2021 - March 6, 2021
The 20th century was marked by exciting new approaches toward printmaking, which established itself as a focal point for artists across the country. The Southwest, and New Mexico in particular, became a major center for printmakers: here, artists drew on the landscape and architecture of the area, while simultaneously exploring the expressive possibilities of each of their techniques.
As printmaking gained new life in the United States, four artists–Gustave Baumann, Charles M. Capps, Norma Bassett Hall, and Gene Kloss–led its development in New Mexico and the Southwest.
Lasting Impressions: Four Leaders of New Mexico Printmaking goes on view on Friday, January 29, and remains on view through Saturday, March 6, 2021. No reception.