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

Saturday, 07/29/2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Opening Exhibit July 26-September 6, 2017 at the Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas/Prince William County Caton Merchant Family Gallery center-for-the-arts.org 9419 Battle Street Manassas VA 20110 703.330.2787 Contact: Jordan Exum, 703.330.2787 jexum@center-for-the-arts.org Once More, with Feeling: Woodcuts and Related Works by Max-Karl Winkler July 26 – September 6 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. Meet the Artist Reception: Saturday, July 29, 6-8 pm. Attachments

Woodcut and Print Demonstration instructed by Max-Karl Winkler

Friday, 08/04/2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

We have a woodcut and print demonstration instructed by Max-Karl Winkler, August 4, 6-8 pm in the Caton Merchant Family Gallery (9419 Battle St. Manassas VA 20110). Join us Saturday, August 4 at 6 pm in the Caton Merchant Family Gallery (Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas/PW County) for a woodcut and print demonstration by artist and previous Smithsonian educator, Max-Karl Winkler. The demonstration will be followed by a Q & A. Max-Karl Winkler has been an artist and teacher in the Washington metropolitan area since 1984; his work is in the collections of the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Museum of American Art, the Georgetown University Library, and many private collections. 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. Attachments


 

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