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Art Exhibit – “Tradition and Contemporaneity: Prints and Drawings from Krakow”

March 31 - May 20, 2016

“Tradition and Contemporaneity: Prints and Drawings from Krakow.”

Tomasz Daniec — printmaking, painting and drawing; winner of the Silver Medal at the International Biennial Prints and Drawing Exhibition in Taichung, Taiwan, the International Print Prize at the Guanlan International Print Biennial in Shenzhen, China and the Grand Prix at the of Polish Print Triennial in Katowice.
Mateusz Otręba — printmaking and drawing.
Joanna Kaiser — drawing, painting and printmaking; her work is in the Krakow City Historical Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art in Radom, Kate Kollwitz Museum in Berlin and the William Benton Museum in Storrs.
Darek Vasina — drawing, painting, printmaking and illustration; he is co-founder of Nieistniejąca Grupa Trzy Oczy and Gili-Gili.
Henryk Ożóg — printmaking and painting; his works are executed using classical printing techniques: initially etching and, more recently, dry point, mezzotint and techniques using corundum.
Marcin Surzycki – printmaking and drawing; he is the winner of the Sakaide Art Grand Prix at the International Art Exhibition in Sakaide, Japan, the Grand Prix at the Polish Print Triennial in Katowice, the Best Print of the Month award in a competition organized by the Union of Polish Visual Artists in Krako and the Grand Prix at the “Towards the Values” Polish Print Biennial in Katowice. He is a member of the Board of the Association of the International Print Triennial.
Krzysztof Tomalski — intaglio printing, experimenting with his original technique of alintaglio; he has been honored with the Bronze Medal at the International Print Exhibition in Yunnan, China and the Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts Rector’s Award at the Polish Print Triennial in Katowice. His work is in the National Museum in Krakow, the Leon Wyczółkowski Museum in Bydgoszcz, the Polish Museum of America in Chicago, the Yunnan Museum in Kunming City, Yunnan, China, and the Museum of Paper in Kanagawa, Japan.
Bogdan Miga’s – printmaking; he is a multiple winner of the Best Print of the Month competition organized by the Union of Polish Visual Artists in Krakow and a recipient of the Special Award of the International Graphic Biennial in Split, as well as an honorary mention at the Polish Woodcut Quadriennal in Olsztyn.
Piotr Panasiewicz’s — printmaking, painting and graphic design; he is the holder of grants from Leipziger Lithographie Werkstatt and Leipziger Lichtdruck Werkstatt as well as the “Cyma” Artists’ Association and Galerie Chabin, both in Paris

This exhibition was made possible by a grant through a Project Stream Award by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA), through the PennsylvaniaPartners in the Arts (PPA) regional partnership with Berks Arts Council.

Exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through May 20.


This event will take place in Hess Gallery located in Zug Recital Hall on the Elizabethtown College campus. Tickets are free. Please contact 717-361-1212 or reynoldsa@etown.edu.


March 31, 2016
May 20, 2016
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