Pushing Process at Reagan National Airport

Overland Trail, 12-color reduction woodcut by Max-Karl Winkler

WPG is excited to announce that our artists will be included in a second exhibition at Reagan, entitled “Pushing Process.”  We will be exhibiting alongside DC GlassWorks November 1-April 2012.

“Pushing Process” contains prints that stretch the normal limits of printmaking in different ways.  For example, Max’s Overland Trail Museum is an 11-color reduction woodcut, far more colors than the average reduction or regular woodcut.  Anne McLaughlin’s embellished monotypes combine collaged and sewn material on the little-used technique of clay monoprints.  Mike Hagan’s screenprints are printed on the unusual surface of Vivia, a Tyvek-like product (yes, like the Tyvek that is used to wrap houses) that makes them almost indestructible.

If you saw our first show at the Reagan Airport, we encourage you to come back for this second exhibition, made all the more exciting by the inclusion of DC GlassWorks!  Check back in November for more images and installation shots!


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