Considerations abound with this poetic trope, readily calling forth questions on relationships, transformations, comparisons, distances, and rhythmic impulses. A wide array of prints curated from the Constellation Studios collection provide a rich context for a selection of prints by Karen Kunc. Prints in all media are included by national and international artists: Gregory Amenoff, Mark Anderson, Susan Belau, Anne Burton, John Driesbach, Jenni Freidman, Adele Henderson, Nona Hershey, Robert Jančovič, Cezary Keilor, Kent Kapplinger, Wayne Kimball, David Knox, Inari Krohn, Kristen Martincic, Turner McGehee, Peggy Prentice, Philip Von Raabe, Sahal El Sabour, Trudie Teijink, Barbara Tetenbaum, Stanislaw Wegman, and many others.
What a great and productive residency for Brian Curling at Constellation Studios! Working in the “most beautiful print studio”, Brian carved and printed a multilayered color reduction woodcut on exceeding thin Japanese kozo papers, that he sews together, allowing for the layers to optically mix and float open to reveal the illusive image. Really a beautiful print created in early April, while spring is struggling here. Brian presented a Gallery Talk on his circular path of his influences and life to a packed crowd of students, friends, and his former professors, all joining for conversations and a treats.