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Re: [BKARTS] EMILY MARTIN EXHIBIT "CLUES BUT NO ANSWERS" AT BRIGHT HILL'S WORD & IMAGE GALLERY



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Subject: Re: EMILY MARTIN EXHIBIT "CLUES BUT NO ANSWERS" AT BRIGHT HILL'S
WORD & IMAGE GALLERY

IOWA CITY BOOK ARTIST  /PRINTMAKER EMILY MARTIN TO SHOW 
"CLUES BUT NO ANSWERS" AT BRIGHT HILL'S WORD & IMAGE 
GALLERY - OPENING SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 3-5 PM.


Treadwell,NY -- Bright Hill Literary Center's Word & Image Gallery will
feature,
in its fifth exhibit of the 2008, nationally-known book artist and
printmaker Emily Martin
of Iowa City, Iowa. The exhibit, which will run from August 3 - 22, will
open
with a reception and artist's gallery talk on Sunday, August 3, from 3- 5
pm. The gallery will 
be open Mondays through Friday, 10 am - 4 pm, and by appointment.
           Emily Martin started as a painter-sculptor working with personal
or anecdotal imagery. 
She has found that prints and books, particularly sculptural book forms,
provide her with the 
proper arena for her intentions. The complexity in working with books or
series of prints 
allows her to have the materials, the forms, and the content all working
together. She has 
been a working artist since the late 70s, earning an MFA in painting from
the University of 
Iowa in 1979. In 1996 Emily Martin began the Naughty Dog Press. Her work is
in public and 
private collections throughout the US and internationally, including the
Metropolitan Museum 
of Art, NYC; The Victoria and Albert Museum, London; The Museum of
Contemporary Art, 
Chicago; The Marvin and Ruth Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry,
Miami Beach, 
FL; and others. Martin teaches at the University of Iowa Center for the Book
and in 
workshops around the country. She lives and works in Iowa City. The Naughty
Dog Press is 
named after her first dog and studio companion, Gomez, who died in 2006.
            Bright Hill Center's 2008 programs are made possible, in part,
by the York
State Council on the Arts, the A. Lindsay and Olive B.O'Connor Foundation,
the Otis A. Thompson Foundation, the Dewar Foundation, the A. C. Molinari
Foundation, the Delaware National Bank of Delhi, Stewart's Shops, area
businesses, and its members and friends. Bright Hill's Community
Library & Internet Wing, which features a large collection of art and
art-related volumes, is free and open to the public, is open Monday-
Tuesday, 10 am - 4 pm Wednesday, 9 am - noon, and by appointment. For
further information and for information about Bright Hill Pressand its
programs, contact Bright Hill Center at 607-829-5055 or email the Center at
wordthur@xxxxxxxxxxxx



Word Thursdays/Bright Hill Press
Where Literature Lives!
94 Church Street, POB 193
Treadwell, NY 13846-0193
web site: http://www.brighthillpress.org ;
e-mail: wordthur@xxxxxxxxxxxx
And don't forget to visit http://www.nyslittree.org,
The Gateway to the Literary New York !




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