ORE. (November 16, 2012) – Eleven-Artist Exhibit Debuts At Portland
International Airport showcases the works of 11 regional artists, featured in
its printmaking exhibit, ‘Cut & Print’, now on display on Concourse
A. The exhibit offers travelers a portal into Portland’s famous art culture and
Northwest expression, including many recognizable Portland landmarks.
|"Squawkin" is one of six woodcut portraits created by Marc Girouard, an employee at Flying Elephants Delicatessen at PDX, now on display through February 20 along Concourse A.
large and small printmaking types in a variety of styles, this exhibit includes
block prints, copper plate acid-etchings, screen prints, digital prints, and
more. It relates to the history of Portland, as travelers are invited to
discover how significant landmarks, such as bridges, monuments, neighborhoods
and districts help shape the way of life and culture in Portland.
for this exhibit was created by rising-local artists, including; April Black,
Matt Carlson, Gene Flores, Marc Girouard, Beth Kerschen, Tara Murino-Brault,
Roger Peet, Catherine Rondthaler, Whit Russell, Doug Shafer, and Steve and
these artists are not pursuing their passion in the studio, they support their
communities in a variety of roles including graphic designers and illustrators,
local musicians, college and high school art instructors and even baristas
located at PDX.
exhibit is on display through February 20. More information about PDX is
available at www.pdx.com.