November 7 - January 10, 2015
Briggs draws upon her experiences in Juárez, Mexico, where she spends much of her time. Traveling as often as possible to an asylum built by a visionary referred to as “El Pastor” and sited on the desert fringe of Juárez; she helps and she works with the residents on art projects. The show includes selections from The Room, a suite of twelve woodcut prints, each corresponding to a line of Mark Strand’s poem of the same title.
October 6 - February 10, 2015
Flatbed's most recent editions and monotypes. Exhibiting artists: Ricky Armendariz, Alice Leora Briggs, Ann Conner, Suzi Davidoff, Annalise Gratovich, John Greer, Jules Buck Jones, Sharon Kopriva, Michael McWillie, Vanessa Paschakarnis, Larry Scholder, Frank X. Tolbert 2, and Tina Weitz.
During the summer of 2013, Flatbed sponsored a workshop in Umbria, Italy at La Romita School of Art. The workshop was taught by Katherine Brimberry […]
Youngblood’s work explores the tensions between the daily repetition and sudden changes of human life
Fidler, who works primarily with the printmaking method of intaglio, or etching, to build complicated, rich works has been a featured artist with Flatbed since […]
Gus and Sharon Kopriva, owners of Redbud Gallery have loaned a portion of their collection of prints from The German Expressionist period for this exhibition.
Two suites of woodcut prints by Connor will be on view.
Hear Me With Your Eyes, an exhibition of photopolymer gravures by Josephine Sacabo, consists of excerpts from two recent portfolios, both inspired by poetry – […]
Archive is the retrospective work of Dallas printer Larry Scholder. Scholder’s work is created using relief or intaglio printmaking techniques. His images seem inspired by […]
Sculptural works and prints in light natural woods, translucent cast resin, and handmade paper are influenced by contemporary Japanese architecture, especially spaces emphasizing light and […]
Ceci creates images from observation of real people interacting with personal, portable machines such as tablet computers, smart phones and cameras.
Master printer Katherine Brimberry led a group of artists to Italy to work at the La Romita School of Art in the hills above Terni, […]
Flatbed has had one of its busiest years. Dozens of artists have created new, limited editions of etchings and woodcuts in Flatbed’s studios, and their […]
When Julie Speed was a child, she wanted to be a pirate. Seven original prints feature more of Speed’s collage-derived images, many with hand coloring. […]
Tag: We’re It is an exploration of the relationship between data, memory & aesthetics. Participants are encouraged to bring their own smart phones; a limited […]
In Kennedy’s Gallinas series, shot around Gallinas, New Mexico, everything is in motion. Water is liquid light; a river stone is a monument; a rivulet […]
Stop in at Flatbed Saturday afternoon for a little Italian wine and “merenda.” Katherine Brimberry, founder of Flatbed Press, will be there to plug her […]
Bob Schneider, an Austin singer-songwriter and performer, has also made copperplate etchings at the esteemed Flatbed Press for about twenty years. As in his musical […]
The Texas Art Collectors of Austin and San Antonio present the first Texas Art Collectors: Show and Sell in the side gallery of Flatbed Press. […]
The Curious Room Summer Show is an opportunity to meet the artists involved with curiousroom.com, an ever-changing online art gallery of objects for your home […]
The Gelatin Silver Show presents works from Burton Pritzker’s Texas State University classes and is selected by co-curators Burton Prizker and Flatbed’s own Mark L. […]
Sculptor James Surls presents his new edition of original woodcuts at Flatbed Press! Surls will be present at this one night event to sign and […]
El Paso-based artist Susan Davidoff is well known for her drawings and original prints that feature botanical subjects. Working directly from plant forms that she […]
Off the Edge consists of sixty original etchings, photogravures, woodcuts, serigraphs, and monotypes created by the early Texas modernist Cynthia Brants (1924-2006) during her sixty-plus […]
Flatbed presents new etchings by Bob Schneider. Known mostly for his music, Schneider has been a visual artist for some time. Check it out!
Austin Green Art (AGA), a non-profit arts organization dedicated to raising awareness of sustainability issues through art, is hosting Annette Lawrence‘s Free Paper exhibition, which […]
Flatbed presents a politically-charged show of work by the late UT prof Robert Levers (shown) and former Austin artist Chris Reno.
Curated by Katherine Brimberry, Co-Director and Founder of Flatbed gives her take on printmaking today. Come see what you think!
Every year Flatbed printmaking studios asks artists to make prints. This summer check out what they have been up to this last year with a […]