Intentions

- at Niza Knoll Gallery

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915 Santa Fe Dr.
Denver, CO 80204
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Artists: Rachel Basye, Theresa Haberkorn, Mark Lunning and Elizabeth Rouland

Niza Knoll Gallery begins 2013 with a show of striking print works by artists Rachel Basye, Theresa Haberkorn, Mark Lunning and Elizabeth Rouland. “Intentions” runs January 4 – February 2, 2013 at 915 Santa Fe Drive. The public is invited to visit the show during regular business hours, Wednesday-Saturday1-5 pm and during the following special events.
 
First Fridays - January 4 & February 1, 5-8 pm
Artist Reception - Third Friday January 18, 5-8 pm
Artist Demo & Discussion - Saturday February 2, 2-4 pm
 
The artist demonstration and discussion will allow visitors to learn about the different print techniques used by the accomplished artists exhibiting in the gallery. They will talk about methods such as intaglio, woodcuts, chine colle and others.
 
Rachel Basye primarily creates intaglio prints, using both photographs and drawings for her images. She works with light sensitive polymer plates which allows her to create plates with extremely fine details. She incorporates paper and other elements into her pieces through a process called chine colle, which allows her to add textures beyond what ink alone can do. She is currently the Executive Director of the Art Students League of Denver.
 
Theresa Haberkorn has exhibited her woodcut prints in national and regional galleries and exhibitions including most recently the Wood Engravers’ Network Relief Engraving Exhibit 2012 and Creative Capitol at the Colorado State Capitol Building in Denver. Her work can be found in numerous private and corporate collections Ms. Haberkorn also teaches the art of woodcut printmaking at the Art Students League of Denver.
 
Master printmaker Mark Lunning owns and operates Open Press Ltd. which is dedicated to the creation and exhibition of hand-crafted fine art prints. For over 15 years he has been making his prints and assisting hundreds of artist printmakers from across the country.
 
Elizabeth Rouland works primarily with oil paint and printmaking processes including polymer plate etching, monotype, drypoint, and lithography. She is especially drawn to printmaking for a love of the tactile materials and processing, the opportunity for working collaboratively, and the flexibility with creating works on paper.

First Friday Information

First Fridays - January 4 & February 1, 5-8 pm

Third Friday Collector's Preview Information

Artist Reception - Third Friday January 18, 5-8 pm

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