Sarofim School of Fine Arts

Midwest Matrix: Texas

January 30 - February 25

Sarofim School of Fine Arts: Art Gallery
  • Karen Kunc, Glacial Moment, woodcut, 2012, 14” x 10”
    Karen Kunc, Glacial Moment, woodcut, 2012, 14” x 10”

The Sarofim School of Fine Arts’ Art and Art History Department is pleased to present an exhibit as part of Print Austin. The reception will be Saturday, January 30 from 5-7pm.

Normal Gallery Hours: Monday - Sunday, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The gallery is closed on all school holidays.

This exhibition of contemporary prints by over 20 artists celebrates the individual artist-professors who contributed significantly to the now-celebrated post-WWII printmaking revival in America, and their students who have spread the rigorous Midwest print traditions throughout the United States. The exhibition also includes the work of Texas artist/professors who studied in the major Midwest graduate programs and are developing print programs in universities and colleges throughout Texas. 


Participating Artists: 
James Bailey (Missoula, MT)
Kate Borcherding (Huntsville, TX)
Wendy Calman (Bloomington, IN)
Lee Chesney III (Austin, TX)
Clarke Curtis (Austin, TX)
Stacy Elko (Lubbock, TX)
Oscar Gillespie (Peoria, IL)
Susan Goldman (Fairfax, VA)
Dusty Herbig (Syracuse, NY)
Timothy High (Austin, TX)
John Hitchcock (Madison, WI)
Ellie Honl (Bloomington, IN)
Anita Jung (Iowa City, IA)
Berry Klingman (Waco, TX)
Michael Krueger (Lawrence, KS)
Karen Kunc (Avoca, NE)
Joseph Lupo (Morgantown, WV)
Kristen Martincic (Roswell, NM)
Rudy Pozzatti (Bloomington, IN)
Roxanne Sexauer (Long Beach, CA)
Tracy Templeton (Bloomington, IN)
Jason Urban (Austin, TX)
Victoria Star Varner (Georgetown, TX)
Sang-Mi Yoo (Lubbock, TX)


As part of the exhibition reception, Southwestern will screen Midwest Matrix®, a film documentary by Susan Goldman, which explores the rich tradition of fine art printmaking in the American Midwest.  The screening will be from 6 – 7 p.m., January 30 (during the exhibition reception) at the Sarofim School of Fine Arts, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas.


Susan Goldman, Flower Power III, monotype with woodcut, 2014, 42" x 30"


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