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Women's Studio Workshop: Visiting Artists Presentations



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WOMEN'S STUDIO WORKSHOP
GUEST ARTIST PRESENTATIONS
SPRING 2002

WSW welcomes artists from around the world to work at our studios for two
weeks to two months. The public is invited to visit WSW for slide talks by
the artists during their residencies. In many cases, presentations are
planned months before the artists arrive. If you are planning to attend,
please confirm the program is taking place as scheduled by calling
845-658-9133. Thank you. We look forward to having you with us.

January 23rd, Wednesday, 4 PM
Tori Ellison, Painter, Printmaker from Seattle, WA and Deborah Artman,
Writer from Woodstock, NY
Tori is developing new work in WSW's intaglio studio and doing experimental
collaborative printmaking with Deborah. Tori will present slides and
Deborah will read selections from her work.

March 4th, Monday, 5 PM
Marisol Limon Martinez, Painter from New York City
Marisol will create an artist's book at WSW and work with students in WSW's
art-in-education program as part of a  residency supported by the National
Endowment for the Arts. Her book project involves material about her
combined Mexican, German and Lebanese heritage. Susan Amons, Printmaker
from Kennebunk, ME. Susan returns to WSW to work for a month in the etching
studio where she will continue developing large-scale monoprints using
stencil, ghost and other print techniques.

March 18th, Monday, 5 PM
Karen Capobianco, Sculptor from New Paltz, NY
Karen plans to complete a series of sculptural pieces using light and
natural materials. She will work in WSW's papermaking studio for three
weeks investigating paper on loofah, straw, basket weaving, and computer
generated projections. Susan Webster, Printmaker from Deer Isle, ME Susan
is returning to do more concentrated work in WSW's silkscreen studio where
she is developing work using the gelatin print process.

April 29th, Monday, 5 PM
Linda Leslie Brown, Printmaker, media artist from Boston, MA
Linda will be working on a cycle of work in the printmaking studio
combining digital prints with monotype and collage. Anna McAllister,
Papermaker from Hailey, ID Anna will be using WSW's papermaking studio,
darkroom and letterpress to develop an artist's book aimed at a pre-teenage
audience.

May 13th, Monday, 5 PM
Laurie Riccadonna, Painter, Printmaker from Jersey City, NJ
Laurie will work in WSW's clay studio, carrying out what has so far been a
painter's interest in Spanish and Islamic ornamentation, tile and
architectural design into a ceramic format. Tracey Bey, printmaking from
Montclair, NJ Tracey intends to create a series of works that critique
African American stereotypes in the form of a playful guide. These two
artists are in residence at WSW with support from The Geraldine R. Dodge
Foundation.

May 20th, Monday, 5 PM
Simeen Ishaque, Printmaker from McKinney, TX
Simeen is going to develop a body of work using WSW's darkroom, silkscreen
and clay studios based on her experiences after relocating to the United
States from her native Pakistan. Leslie Concannon, printmaker from Long
Island City, NY Leslie will make a series of monotypes using inscribed
plexiglass plates based on recent black and white drawings.

June 3rd, Monday, 5 PM
D'Ann de Simone, Painter, Printmaker from East Lansing, MI
D'Ann will use WSW's etching and silkscreen studios to create a new body of
work reflecting the underlying order and drama of the natural world.
Sarojini Jha Johnson, David Johnson, Printmakers from Muncie, IN Sarojini
and David will be in residence at WSW for one week to complete the
letterpress and binding of an artist's book through a Summer Creative Arts
Grant from Ball State University.

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