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1. Congratulations to Mark Woods on Wood s Lot's 10th anniversary of blogging marvelous excerpts and links to interesting and eclectic writings and art. I also enjoy his lovely photographs of areas in eastern Canada that have been gracing... [Continue Reading...]

art & garden busy-ness

I wish you could smell the heavenly scent of these first lily-of-the-valley flowers from my garden. The next virtual sense to come one day via the web? I'm still busy in the printmaking studio finishing up work, then about... [Continue Reading...]

Marja-Leena | 18/04/2010 | 16 comments
themes: Art Exhibitions, Being an Artist, Print Triennials, Printmaking


Edmonton Print International 2008

The Society of Northern Alberta Print-Artists (SNAP) is presenting an open juried print competition, the Edmonton Print International - EPI 2008, to be exhibited September 26th to October 17th, 2008 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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Marja-Leena | 05/03/2008 | be the first to comment
themes: Print Triennials, Printmaking


Miniprint Finland 2007

Another print triennial is coming up, this time in Finland: "The Graphic Artist Association of Lahti and the Lahti Art Museum are pleased to invite the artists to participate in the 6th International Miniprint Finland 2007 miniature graphics triennial."

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Marja-Leena | 16/04/2007 | 2 comments
themes: Finland, Estonia & Finno-Ugric, Print Triennials


Tallinn's Print Triennial & Conference

Many printmakers may be aware that there is a call for entries to The 14th Tallinn Print Triennial in Estonia. The exhibition will be held 17 October - 27 November 2007. The deadline for the first stage of jurying... [Continue Reading...]

Marja-Leena | 02/03/2007 | 2 comments
themes: Other artists, Print Triennials, Printmaking


Bharat Bhavan Biennial

Detail from Silent Messengers: Hoodoos I Yesterday, while my thoughts were still freshly on international print shows after writing the post about the Krakow Print Triennial, I heard the thud of letters and magazines dropping in through the mail... [Continue Reading...]

Krakow Print Triennial 2006

International Print Triennial Krakow Poland is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of its founding this year. I've mentioned this international print triennial several times before as one of the top ones in the world. It is notable for the numerous... [Continue Reading...]

Marja-Leena | 21/02/2006 | be the first to comment
themes: Art Exhibitions, Print Triennials, Printmaking


Graphica Creativa

Graphica Creativa is the second oldest international printmaking exhibition in the Nordic countries. It is arranged in Jyväskylä, Finland every third year. Thanks to Graphica Creativa, Jyväskylä has become a centre of printmaking. A few days ago its 30 Years... [Continue Reading...]

exhibiting in Hungary

Many printmakers around the world have developed a strong sense of community that is enhanced in part by their participation in some of the many international juried print biennials and triennials. One of the best and largest is the... [Continue Reading...]

Krakow Triennial winners

Speaking of award-winning printmakers, here are some more that I'd like to tell you about. As I have written before, the Krakow Print Triennial in Poland is one of the world's largest and most prestigious international print competitions. They publish... [Continue Reading...]

Marja-Leena | 04/05/2004 | be the first to comment
themes: Other artists, Print Triennials, Printmaking


Krakow Triennial exhibition in Oldenburg, Germany

I have just received word from Krakow, Poland that some of my prints* will be in an exhibition at the Horst Janssen Museum in Oldenburg, Germany, opening March 14, 2004 until June 13, 2004. Apart from its main programme,... [Continue Reading...]

International print competitions

The wonderful thing about prints on paper is how easy it is to roll them up into a mailing tube and send them off to various international print competitions around the world. The Krakow Print Triennial is an excellent... [Continue Reading...]

Marja-Leena | 05/01/2004 | be the first to comment
themes: Print Triennials, Printmaking