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Posted in Caton Merchant Family Gallery, Visual Arts, on 7 July 2017, by , 0 Comments

Upcoming Exhibit:
Once More, with Feeling: Woodcuts and Related Works by Max-Karl Winkler

Exhibit on Display: July 26 – September 6
Meet the Artist Reception: Saturday, July 29, 6-8 pm.
Woodcut Carving & Print Demonstration: Friday, August 4, 6 pm. Max-Karl Winkler will be demonstrating the process of woodcut carving and how to transfer a woodcut into a print. 

Max-Karl Winkler
His work is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian, the National Museum of American History, and the Library of Congress, among others. Max-Karl Winkler expresses profound mystery and grace embodied in landscape and the human figure. His art is informed by his fascination with myth, history, and language and influenced by Maya and Aztec sculpture. His recent work has been executed in pen and ink, woodcut, wood engraving, watercolor, and oil painting, with additional interest in more complex techniques and formats such as: the multiblock color woodcut, the reduction woodcut, and the whiteline woodcut.

The title of Max-Karl’s exhibit is not coincidental; the artist will be presenting various versions of the same image in different media to illustrate his artistic choices and processes. Accompanied by minimal text, Max-Karl Winkler’s works are meant to be interpreted by the viewer based on their individual perception and not intended to be interrupted as they make their own personal connections to the art. 

For more information on the artist, critic, and educator, visit http://www.max-karl.com/

 

Max-Karl Winkler, First Snow, Gull Lake, 11-color reduction woodcut, 2008

Max-Karl Winkler, The Cliffs at Sleeping Lion, oil pastel, 2007

 


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