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Print Related

Two great things about art prints: 1) they’re one of the most affordable art mediums if you’re on a budget, and 2) printmaking techniques are incredibly diverse, and the methods that go into making a print stretch far beyond what many non-artists think defines the process. These statements are part of the mission of the latest gallery show coming to the walls of the Garland District’s Spokane Art School, in a group show curated by former Spokane artist Scott Kolbo. He writes in the exhibit statement: “The use of ‘print-related’ tools and states of mind are an integral part of so much work being made today.”

Dec. 4-Jan. 15; opening reception Fri, Dec. 4, from 5-8 pm • Free to view • Spokane Art School • 809 W. Garland • • 325-3001

— Chey Scott

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