Jill Pucciarelli in “Print Settings” at the Visual Arts Gallery

Posted by on Feb 5, 2012 in Events, Exhibitions, Images, VCS Students | No Comments

Starting this Wednesday, VCS student Jill Pucciarelli will have works on display in “Print Settings,” a new exhibition of student art at SVA’s Visual Arts Gallery. Here is a description from the gallery’s exhibition announcement:

School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents “Print Settings,” an exhibition of printmaking from students in the BFA Fine Arts Department. The exhibition was curated by faculty member Gunars Prande and features current students Theodore Boyer, M. Benjamin Herndon, Dominic Musa and Jill Pucciarelli.

Prande says, “‘Print Settings’ is an exhibition of work where repetition and variation are intrinsic to the process of printmaking. Employing the printed image as a starting point, something to react to and create, each artist adjusts the variations of printing by the augmentation of painting, experimental patinas and collage techniques.”

“Print Settings” will be on display through Saturday, February 18th, with an opening reception this Thursday, February 9th from 6 to 8 p.m.

The Visual Arts Gallery is located on the 15th floor at 601 West 26 Street in New York City. It is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and closed on Sundays and federal holidays. For more information, please call 212-592-2145.

To see some of Jill’s recent works, check out her site CRAFTVIRUS. (A few of her prints are featured on this page). You can also see Jill’s contributions to the recent VCS exhibition “It’s All in Your Head” in this photoset on the VCS flickr page.

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