The processes and techniques of printmaking are vast and can be highly technical, making this medium both fascinating and mystifying for many. During Print Room Talks, we examine examples of printmaking techniques up-close and learn about artists from the permanent collection and their processes.
Print Room Talks are on the third Wednesday of every other month at 2pm. Print Room Talks are led by Sachi Yanari-Rizzo, Curator of Prints and Drawings. These events will be socially distanced with limited seating, but they will be made available online afterward.
Thomas Moran is best known landscape paintings of the American West, but he and wife Mary enjoyed experimenting in printmaking. They were important advocates of etching during the late 19th century in the U.S.