participating included Christine (Chris) Style, Victoria (Tori) Tasch, Laurie Talbot and Doug Haynes

Really Big Prints 3

After the success of Really BIG PRINTS in 2014 and 2016, the City of Manitowoc again graciously donated use of their steamroller for a 4-day printmaking event July 11-14, 2018 at UW Manitowoc, and agreed to mount an exhibit of the prints at the city’s Rahr West Museum of Art. Artists brought large-scale relief matrixes to the event, and using the steamroller, printed an edition of large-scale relief prints. An exhibition of the prints is at the Rahr-West Museum now until September 16. The works will then be at the Hamilton Wood Type Printing Museum through the beginning of November and then move on to other venues. Details about the exhibition dates can be found online at: manitowoc.uwc.edu/ arts/gallery/special-exhibit or on the facebook page for Really BIG PRINTS. WVA members participating included Christine (Chris) Style, Victoria (Tori) Tasch, Laurie Talbot and Doug Haynes.

Jonah by Doug E. L.Haynes Style’s work and a group of artists and helpers/partners. Tori Tasch (left) and her print Laurie Hall and Mike Soens work on her piece, “Athena Counsels Pan”
Floral work by attending artists Artist Chris Style & Rebecca Meacham, the author who’s work inspired Style’s "Cases”
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