Things Made by Hand, in a Basement, without Instruction: Lithographs and Collages: WAYNE KIMBALL

Artist Reception: October 26, 7:30-9pm
Exhibit: October 27-December 14, 2017

   A master printer, Wayne Kimball is one of the most brilliant lithographers in the world today.  He has taught art for over 38 years at various universities, and retired in 2009 after 25 years in the Department of Visual Arts at BYU. Kimball's signature pieces typically contain exquisitely rendered, unusual subject matter, with uniquely witty and unexpected titles; frequently, viewers observing his work must locate hand-written titles somewhere in the piece. Wayne Kimball has given over 500 solo and invitational exhibits as an artist, and has won over 100 awards from juried competitions.  His artwork is collected by more than 86 International and National museums and many institutions, including The National Gallery of Fine Art, The Library of Congress, The Brooklyn Museum, New York University, and The Bibliothèque Nationale de France.  

In this new exhibit, over 60 lithographs and collages will be featured. 

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