Feel free to contact me with questions, comments, etc.
Feel free to contact me with questions, comments, etc.
I will be teaching a three-day workshop this coming weekend at the CCP titled "Planographic Printing: A Crash Course on Aluminum Plate Lithography". I am hoping it goes well.
Been awhile since I updated. Tim's works have been printed and signed, we had another visiting artist in the interim, Amy Park. I am currently in the process of editioning the several large intaglio plates from this project.
Artist Tim Clifford is now in residence. We have been working on Tim's first lithographs. While we are still in the experimental stage, Tim has adjusted to the medium well and is quickly learning that sometimes lithography happens. It could happen to you.
Thanks to the assistance of Nomi Silverman, Gladys and I were able to get the plates to an acceptable state. There are now signed B.A.T. prints at the CCP and we have agreed on paper and now all I have to do is put ink on paper. Working with Gladys was a privilege and a pleasure and I look forward to seeing her works in the future.
I have returned to the North-Eastern portion of the country. Currently I am waiting for furniture and other possessions to arrive via truck.
Additionally, I have the privilege of working with artist Gladys Triana at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT. We have a series of intaglio plates to make and edition as well as some mono-print/collage projects on the side.
If anyone has not procured their purchases, the Islander will be open tomorrow as we finish the uninstallation of Ross Turner's show, which was phenomenal.
Hope to see everyone tonight at the Islander Art Gallery. Additionally, I will have prints in the cultural exchange exhibition 'Works on Paper', featuring contemporary American and Romanian printmakers. The show will be on display in Pearl River, NY at the Blue Hill Art & Cultural Center, May 11th through November 4th 2017 and at the Muzeul National al Hartilor si Carti Vechi in Bucharest, Romania, July 27th through September 3rd 2017. If you happen to be in either area, please take a look!
Thesis exhibition, 'The Cabinet of Renwick Ambrose Matheton: An Exhibition of Artifacts' is now open to the public! Images coming soon.
Upcoming thesis show: 'The Cabinet of Renwick Ambrose Matheton: An Exhibition of Artifacts'
The exhibition will be held in Gallery 3 at the Islander Art Gallery from April 22nd through April 28th. Closing reception will be April 28th, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Some images added to the portfolio. Once I get some better photos of my 3-d works I will update those
as well. The ones that are up now are essentially functioning as place-holders.
New stuff coming out of the soda-kiln today. The largest 'pile' yet is in there and it should be interesting.
My fellow MFA candidate Dan Heskamp has his thesis exhibition on Thursday evening at the Weil Gallery at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi. Additionally, the annual Ink Slinger's Ball is coming up this Friday at the House of Rock downtown. Big finish to a long semester!
My fellow MFA candidate, Paul Seeman, is having a reception tonight for his thesis exhibition at the
Weil Gallery in Corpus Christi, TX. If you are in the area, you should attend.
The Oso Bay Biennial is coming up next week. One of the many events is a show juried by James Victore,
in which three of my prints will be present. The opening reception will be Friday at 5:00pm at the Weil Gallery on campus at TAMUCC. That same Friday is also Art Walk in downtown Corpus Christi, where a bunch of us printmakers will be selling t-shirts which will be printed live in from of the K-Space art gallery. If you happen to be in the area, here is the link to the events schedule for the 2016 Oso Bay Biennial.
Today is the last day before Spring "break" which will be more like hardcore-work-week. I have a pile
of copper to finish and print and a few stones as well. Not to mention rabbits to hide...
The Oso Bay Biennial is fast approaching, I have piles on piles of works in progress, and various other
complicated goings-on. I am also continuing to hide small, soda-fired porcelain rabbits with disheartening
scrolls in their mouths. You may view the process via Instagram, the name being jackoptimus
The semester quickly draws to a close. Almost three weeks before the standard end of a semester
Not a great schedule change for us studio artists being forced to write papers as well as finish
large-scale projects earlier than expected. Images of this business to follow.
Some captions updated on images. I have more things to photograph and even more things
I've uploaded some new images. I will be teaching "Intermediate Prinkmaking: Intro. to Lithography"
in the Fall 2015 semester. Until then, the summer keeps getting hotter.
Ink Slingers has come and gone. Great turnout from all over the print community and more. Got to
see some great prints and meet with some great people. Ink Slinger's 5.5 will likely be taking place
this coming fall semester.
The semester draws towards closing. This coming week we at the TAMUCC printshop will be printing
for artists Aaron Coleman and Harmen Liemburg. The 5th annual Ink Slinger's Ball is Friday, May 5th.
Big weekend comin'!
New prints and other works to be posted soon as well as the works of some of my intaglio students.
Currently at SGCI in Knoxville, TN. Open portfolio in the morning, and then the nightmare drive back to
Corpus Christi begins!
Upcoming MFA show at the Islander Gallery, opens on March 13th. The closing reception will be April 10th.
First day teaching Intro. to Intaglio. Went well, until TAMUCC's power went out in the middle of looking at prints.
Didn't matter though. I demoed plate-prep, drypoint, and proofing in the dark. Because analog is awesome.
Have at you, 2015.
Weekend in Austin: completed. The semester begins on Wednesday, class-teaching starts Thursday.
Print Austin is coming up on Friday (1/16/2015).
Upcoming show of graduate works here in Corpus Christi. Also, later this month, the TAMUCC
printmakers will have a show in Austin.
Uploaded a bunch of images. Pictures from my review, prints, sculpture, and books. Enjoy.
First-year review occurred today. I now have even more things over which to ruminate.
Juried show for the Presidents Council at the Art Museum of South Texas tonight.
Semester is wrapping up, end of year review is approaching shortly there-after. Upcoming/ongoing
projects to be posted.
Dia de los Muertos was intense. Around twelve hours of inking blocks for shirts. Fundraising = successful.
Big city-wide events are looming. Dia de los Muertos (November 1st) will have on-site iron pouring,
live wood-block t-shirt printing, and much much more. If you are in the south-Texas area, it's worth
Some new images posted. More to come soon, pending borrowed camera.
Classes begin again on Wednesday. S.A.A. show opens on Friday at the Islander Gallery
Added two etchings to the image gallery. More images soon.
Added the images from the series "Screen Shots", printed at Milestone Graphics
Show for visiting artist, Kathryn Polk, is largely finished being hung. If you happen to be in the
Corpus Christi area, you should come to the opening Thursday evening.
I now reside in Corpus Christi, TX. Also, I need cheap frames. Anyone know a good place in town?
En-route to Texas.
Packing up my life. Movers come on the 8th and then the journey to Texas begins. Will be taking
pictures of some recent prints before stuffing them in a drawer.
Uploaded some recent/semi-recent etchings.
One of my pieces will be in an upcoming exhibition in January 2014;
'In Relief: A Small History of the Woodcut', curated by James Reed, from his collection.
One of my prints is now a part of the permanent print collection at the Slater Memorial museum in Norwich, CT
New image of recent self-portrait added. Moving a fridge today. More images to come - have multiple etchings
in the works and around four more drawings planned for stones
This week will have more images. Visit to TX was good. The print-shop and facilities at Corpus Christi
are fantastic. Living situation is TBA, but that is no surprise.
Heading down to TX to scope things out this week
Updating images sometime this week
Have been busy in the past few weeks; several etching plates in the works as well as some wood
and litho, three small editions printed, one is the start of another series of lithographs
I will have a piece hanging in an upcoming group show in Brooklyn, NY.
Recent print posted, will likely be a part of a series of lithographs
I have just been accepted to the MFA Printmaking program at Texas A&M at Corpus Christi
New works to be posted soon. Maybe even some color, depending.
Do-over reception went well. Low turn out, and mostly people I know, but still a pleasant evening.
Thank you to everyone who attended.
The show is up until March 24th and gallery hours are Saturday 10am-4pm.
Reception has been postponed due to weather and staircases. It shall be held one week hence, on
Thursday, March 14th, 6-8pm at West Cove Studios and Gallery
Sorry for any inconvenience
The show is hung, and it looks good! Hope to see you at the reception Thursday.
Just a reminder, to anyone who happens to care:
Show's going up Saturday and the reception is next Thursday
Postcards for the show have been snail-mailed. If you do not receive one, chances are
I don't have your address.
-3/3/2013 - Prints <cont.>: An exhibition of recent works from Andrew Murdoch
West Cove Studios
30 Elm Street, West Haven, CT
Exhibition will run from March 3rd to March 31st
Reception for the artist: Thursday, March 7th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Gallery hours - Weekends 10:00am - 4:00pm
The show looks fantastic. Also, one of my prints is currently on the wall right
beside a one of Picasso's. By the associative property, I am famous.
-1/31/2013 - The Gazers: Selections From the Collection of James Reed
Opening Reception: January 31st, 6-8pm
Seton Art Gallery, Dodds Hall, University of New Haven
300 Boston Post Road, West Haven, CT 06516