Tag: printmaking

Professor Brings Cuban Art to Alabama

Aliosky García Sosa's woodcut print "Tu Propio Cielo" (Your Own Sky).

From the May 2016 Desktop News |When art and art history assistant professor and printmaker Sarah Marshall went to Cuba for the first time, she was there to make books. But when she saw the talent of the traditional printmakers there, she wanted to bring that influence back to the states—helping the Cuban printmakers build a name for themselves internationally while exposing the UA community to new artists and styles. The result of her efforts was the first-ever exhibit of […]

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Halls Donate $1.5 Million Art Collection

From the April 2015 Desktop News | A selection of contemporary fine art prints from the William and Sara Hall Collection will be on display at The University of Alabama Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center April 10-June 10. The Halls donated the $1.5 million collection to UA’s Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, which is part of the College of Arts and Sciences, in 2014. The collection includes more than 475 signed, limited-edition artists’ prints that the Halls […]

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