I’m happy to report three of my works are in The Ontario Miniature Print Exhibition 2022 (TOMPE 22). Sponsored and organized by Print London, the exhibition is on view August 17 -27, 2022 at Satellite Project Space at Western University in London, Ontario.
The maximum print size for this miniature print show is 8 x 8 inches. Interestingly enough, the submission call also accepted 3D artworks, limited to 8 x 8 x 8 inches. I enjoyed the challenge of creating a print-based sculpture. thin places emerged from this suggested format.
A virtual opening is August 20, 2022 at 5 p.m. (EDT) Many thanks to the jurors (David Bobbier, Casandra Getty and Jenn Law) and Print London for this opportunity.
Absolutely fabulous! Keep up all the success
Thanks, Trish! It was fun to create a miniature 3D structure.
Congrats! That’s a beautiful piece. Is Print London in Ontario? I have to admit i
my mind jumped to England (reinforced by an event in Barbados in their calendar of events)
Yes – London, Ontario.
Truly beautiful. Congratulations Terry!
Thanks for reading, Allyson.
Congratulations, Terri. The work looks wonderful
Thanks, Karen! It’s lovely that you follow, and comment.
Strikingly conceived Terry. Bravo. Of course it was chosen. It is wonderful.
Thank you Holly. I enjoyed responding to the 3D suggestion.
Congratulations on this opportunity to share your creativity in Ontario. Well done !
Thanks Elaine! I am looking forward to the (virtual) opening today.
Your works are creatively expressed , I like the print detail ! Well done.
Delighted to see your lovely pieces. Congratulations on your success! I am reminded of Jane Austin who apparently wrote her novels on what she described as “my little bit of ivory.” I took this to mean that she had a small ivory framed notepad—whatever that was in 19th century Britain. And she always wrote in a quiet corner, not wanting to be noticed. Fortunately women are no longer so self-effacing.
Too true, Diane. Women artists, in particular, haven’t been very successful at garnering attention. But that’s a discussion for another day…or many days. I appreciate your thoughtful attention to The Art Caravan.