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From left, artist Erin Kennedy shows Retha Evans Diener and Dr. Douglas Diener her reductive woodcut “Il Ballo Della Citta D’Acqua” which was awarded ...
A couple looks at a display on the printmaking process at the Fallbrook Art Center.
A couple looks at a display on the printmaking process at the Fallbrook Art Center.
“Who’s Pulling My Chain,” intaglio, collage on paper, is the work of Ron Pokrasso, juror for the Transferring Ink 3 art show.

Art Center’s Transferring Ink 3 show features printmaking

Thursday, July 10th, 2014
Issue 28, Volume 18.

FALLBROOK – A wonderful, new art exhibition opened on June 28 at the Fallbrook Art Center with over 200 people attending from across the region. Transferring Ink 3 is an international juried show of fine art prints created and submitted by 53 outstanding printmakers from New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, Colorado, Texas, Georgia, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Montana, California, and the Bahamas.

Fallbrook’s Blue Heron Gallery has loaned some historic pieces for the exhibition including works by Edouard Manet and Grant Wood.

The show juror is the renowned printmaker and instructor Ron Pokrasso, who currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pokrasso has an MFA from Pratt, with over 40 solo shows and participation in over 150 group shows. He has a show within a show at the exhibition with 15 works that use various forms of printmaking as tools rather than as ends in themselves. Often his prints are the basis for works that continue as paintings, collages, and assemblages.

The show submission prospectus allowed for many different media techniques but Advertisement
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printmaking had to be the major element in each piece of art. The 88 works Pokrasso selected for this exhibition were chosen to show both technical expertise and an emphasis on the continuation of printmaking as a vital tool for art making on all levels. Works in the show consist of a wide variety of printmaking techniques: woodcut, linocut, chine collé, etching, relief, stencil, lithography, serigraphy, monotype and intaglio among others.

To see a show of merit, with an extremely high caliber of submissions, visit Transferring Ink 3. To see all the works in the show, visit the online catalog at

The show is being held in The Janice Griffiths Gallery at the Fallbrook Art Center, open daily through Aug. 10; Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sundays noon to 3 p.m. Free to members, under 18, and active military, admission for others is $6.

Fallbrook Art Center is located at 103 S. Main Avenue in Fallbrook. For more information, call (760) 728-1414 or visit



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