“Arkansas Society of Printmakers: New Kids on the Print Block” on View Now

Ready to get out and see some great art? Come visit us in the CALS Roberts Library to see the exhibition of the Arkansas Society of Printmakers: New Kids on the Print Block. It is on view in the Underground Gallery of the Galleries & Bookstore at Library Square through Friday, August 27.

The Arkansas Society of Printmakers (ASP) is a community of artists, art collectors, and supporters of the art of printmaking dedicated to the mission of generating greater excitement and appreciation for printmaking as a unique art form in Arkansas. 


Moore, Searching

One of the featured pieces is Little Rock artist Michelle Gunter Moore’s Searching (Bayfront Series), Monotype Chine Colle, $495.

Moore is the co-owner of a small research-based bio-statistical consulting group. She has been creating art since 1998.

She says, “This Bayfront Series of monotypes is from several days of people watching, photographing, and drawing in the South Bay area of San Francisco, capturing raw human nature that is mimicked everywhere, even here at home. This is what I try to capture in my work, the emotion, the capacity of perception, that moment in time that sits quietly in the back of our memories longing to emerge.”



Below are some other works featured in the exhibition:



The Underground Gallery is located in the Galleries & Bookstore at Library Square in the CALS Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas History & Art.

Check the CALS Roberts Library website for gallery hours and visiting procedures. Click here for more information on the exhibition.




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