15 October 2008

Accepted in Boston Printmakers 2009 Biennial


I'm happy to say that my woodblock print Borders #1 - U.S./Mexico (pictured here) has been chosen for inclusion in the Boston Printmakers 2009 North American Biennial. The show will be held Feb. 15 - Mar. 30, 2009, at 808 Gallery at Boston University. I'm excited that I'll be able to go to the opening, since I live just a couple of hours away from Boston.

10 comments:

mondotrasho said...

Congrat's!!
~m

Cin said...

yes, big congrats Annie!

eliom said...

Good news,Annie!

Diane Cutter said...

That's wonderful news, Annie!!! I'm not at all surprised as your work is always well crafted and very thoughtful!

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Fantastic! Though I am not surprised.

Annie B said...

Thanks! I was pretty surprised, since I usually get rejection letters from these big juried events.

Sharri said...

Congratulations, Annie, you've earned it. Your work is lovely, well researched and meaningful as well as being just wonderful to look at. (I think I covered everything a couple of times)!

Leslie Moore said...

Congratulations on the Biennial and your solo show in Seattle, Annie. It's wonderful to see your work recognized and rewarded. I've been reading far too many political blogs lately. It soothes my spirit to get back to the artists on my list. Thank you for your extraordinary blog!

Crafty Green Poet said...

congrats - its a fascinating striking piece

Mundie-Art said...

Congrats, Annie. I've got a woodcut in there, as well: "P1535 (Two-headed Boy of Bengal)". Woodcut printmakers unite!