PRINTMAKING AS AN ARTFORM | A Historical Look at Printmaking with Ron Abram
Wednesday, February 22, 12–1 pm, at the ZMA in the Linn Auditorium.
No registration required, free and open to the public.
Join Ron Abram as he takes us back in time to see the evolution of this fascinating art-making technique.
Ron Abram is an associate professor at Denison University, with an MFA from Tyler School of Art of Temple University and a BFA from the University of Central Florida. Abram's recent work demonstrates a mastery of printmaking processes and the ability to combine them with other traditional art mediums to create his own style of this timeless art form.
The Zanesville Museum of Art, with the generous support of the Ohio Arts Council, is pleased to present a series of engaging lectures.
Generously sponsored by the Taylor-McHenry Memorial Fund and the Ohio Arts Council