News From Schminke Art Studio
Above: Inflorescence 2D, 12 x 24 inches, UV-cured ink on Baltic Birch
Karin’s art has been selected by Seattle Art Museum Gallery’s director Jody Bento to be included in the Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) exhibit “Creativity Persists”. This juried member exhibition will be held at CoCA’s Pioneer Square Gallery at 114 Third Ave. S. in Seattle, WA from April 26 through May 26. This will be the first Seattle showing of Karin’s prints made with UV-cured inks (see story below).
In September, Karin will be a featured artist in an exhibit at Walker Fine Art in Denver.
Printing with UV-cured Inks
Karin was invited to Irvine, California in order to explore state of the art printers at Roland DGA. In this workshop with several other artists, she was able to explore printing with white ink and varnish using the Roland FEF-300 printer. These experiments led to the creation of of a series of work called Inflorescence.Images left to right:
Left: Prints on 12″ square laser cut baltic birch set on the floor to photograph. Bottom left square shows laser cut wood before printing.
Center: Closeup of white ink
Right: Side view showing spot gloss varnish on printed surface.
Read the complete story here.
Exhibits and Installations
To view images of Karin’s exhibit at Walker Fine Art in 2016 featuring an installation of cut wood and metal screens, follow this link.
Photos of Karin’s LED lit installation in the exhibit “Tectonic SHIFT • Dynamics of Change” in Denver in 2016 can be viewed here.