Marjorie Greene Graff: 21 Years in Printmaking

October 7, 2018 – December 30, 2018 • Center Gallery

SPC Visual Arts faculty member, Marjorie Greene Graff, reflects on her tenure as a professor of art and printmaker. A selection of Graff’s colorful relief block prints shows the scope of work done throughout her twenty-one-year career. Focusing on ambiguous landscapes, Graff filters her experiences and travels through a personal lens and reveals the essence of a place through her prints. Also included in the exhibition are sketchbooks, printmaking tools, and print proofs and plates showing the artist’s process in reduction wood block printing.

Graff has helped develop SPC’s printmaking program into a thriving department by teaching a range of printmaking techniques, bringing in guest artists, and utilizing LRMA’s galleries and Resource Center as a learning lab to enrich the student experience. Graff will be retiring from SPC in October 2018.

Please join us on December 13th for a special talk and demonstration with the artist.

Marjorie Greene Graff, Sipping, 2012, Relief woodblock print, 18 x 24 in.