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40th Anniversary Celebrations

St. Michael’s Printshop is an artist-run print studio which provides professional fine art printmaking facilities for established and emerging artists. A lure for printmakers who crave a space in which to create art surrounded by the extraordinary natural landscape of the North Atlantic, the Printshop also attracts visuals artists who wish to explore printmaking as a new medium for the first time through workshops with local and visiting printmakers.

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Want more details? Check out the Facebook event!

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CHRISTINE KOCH 40th Anniversary Print

As a part of our 40th anniversary celebrations, the third in our series of commemorative prints was unveiled at Christina Parker Gallery on June 19th!

 

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 On the Glacier (Torngats), 2014 Mixed-media varied-edition linocut print image size 12″ x 32″ (19”x40” paper size)

This is an edition of just 30, and these individual, original pieces are selling fast. Come down to the Printshop to pick out yours, or give us a call to reserve on today! To learn more about the artist, click here and explore, and to find out more about our up and coming 40th anniversary commissions and events, check out the full Calendar of events on our special Anniversary website!

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We also have some of our first two commissioned prints left for sale!

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Scott Goudie, The Islands of St. Michael’s [2013] 30″ by 22″, Mezzotint

John Hartman, Fog Lifting At Harbour Mille [2013] colour drypoint on Somerset wove paper 12.75 x 15.75 inches, image size 22×24 inches, sheet size

    Email info@stmichaelsprintshop.com or call 754 2931 to reserve yours. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

AROUND THE SHOP

There have been many new initiatives around SMP the past few months, including making the Studio a safer, less toxic place to work. Along with our big clean up this past year, we are cleaning up our act and are gradually eliminating some of our more toxic solvents. Estisol, a coconut based product, is going to replace many solvents used in the clean-up and lithography processes. Studio Manager, Mike Connolly is going to be offering seminars on how to use this product throughout the year, so keep checking back to see when the next one will take place.   Thanks to:

 

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