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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Clemson University MFA in Art Candidate, Caren Stansell, in the 2017 Atlanta Print Biennial

Clemson University MFA in Art Candidate, Caren Stansell, will exhibit in the 2017 Atlanta Print Biennial. Her work was one of the 73 prints chosen from 787 entries from around the world to represent the current cutting edge of works on paper.

March 15 – April 14

Kai Lin Art
999 Brady Avenue NW Suite 7
Atlanta GA 30318

Wednesday - Friday 12 - 6 pm
Saturday 12 - 5 pm
Sun - Tues by appointment. 

Opening reception and awards ceremony: Thursday, March 16th from 7:00-19:00pm. 

The winners of the awards will be announced March 16th during the opening reception. 

The juror is the 2017 SGC International Printmaker Emeritus Awardee Sydney Cross.

Sydney A. Cross, received her Bachelor of Fine Arts: Northern Arizona University in 1977 and her Masters of Fine Arts: Arizona State University in 1980. She taught printmaking and art for 33 years. In 2015, she retired from teaching at Clemson University where she was awarded the title of Distinguished Alumni Professor of Art. Always professionally active, she held the office of vice president and then President of the Southern Graphics Council (1996-2000), the largest printmaking society in North America. She has also been awarded residencies at Frans Masareel Graphic Center in Belgium and the Virginia Center of Creative Arts in Sweet Briar, VA. Cross has given numerous panel presentations at regional, national, and international conferences and symposiums. As an artist she has participated in several important portfolio exchanges, including Suite X, Printer’s Almanac, Tempe Suite, Images 2010, and Drawn to Stone, a celebration of Two Hundred Years of Lithography. Her work has been exhibited regionally, nationally, and internationally, and can be found in numerous collections including the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Smithsonian Museum, and Boston Museum of Fine Art to name just a few.

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