Below the Surface

Intaglio Prints

August 4 – September 15,  2017

Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation

Cleveland, Ohio

Featuring art by Keegan Adams, Joey Behrens, Christi Birchfield, Donald Black Jr., Jazmine Catasus, Liz Chalfin, Jen Craun, Madeline Daversa, Nancy Diessner, Aurora De Armendi, Michael Goro, Karla Hackenmiller, Yuji Hiratsuka, Cary Hulbert, Maria Kaiser, Morteza Khakshoor, Louise Kohrman, Andrew Kosten, Carrie Lingscheit, Michaelle Marschall, Ali Norman, Jane Petschek, Dominique Saks, Lisa Schonberg, Barbara Stanford, Anna Wagner, Rebekah Wilhelm, Kochi Yamamoto.

Intaglio is an Italian word that describes any printing process in which the ink is held in furrows below the surface of a metal plate and is transferred to paper through the application of pressure, usually from a printing press. Artwork included in this exhibition incorporates a variety of intaglio processes.