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Located at Clay St. The Press door opens into a small gallery with a press room located behind it. Owner and director Mark Patsfall originally had a shop in St.
Patsfall purchased the building for a modest amount. He specializes in creating a small edition of hand-pulled prints in a number of print mediums including lithography, etching, woodcut, and silk screen.
Sincehe has offered a variety of prints for sale featuring artists of all styles. To augment his press business, he opened a gallery in The gallery exhibited prints by Andrew Au, associate professor of printmaking at Miami University, from March 11 until April 22, Patsfall received a grant from Miami University to create a suite of prints for this exhibition.
Art Children in 3-D is an exhibit which ran from April 28 to May 20, The exhibition offered present and future currents of sculpture, mixing the realms of 2-D and 3-D, moving image and static form, sound and the ocular, and interactive and intangible.
The real work of the Clay St. Press is done in the back room. There are two etching presses and a lithopress.
Patsfall concentrates on original prints, even though it is a small market. Most of his customers are local artists. Patsfall has acted as publisher, co-publisher and contract publisher.
Early in his career, Patsfall worked on international and national projects with such people as Cincinnati gallery owner Carl Solway.
Over twenty years ago, a Text and Signifier exhibition explored the uses of texts and signs. Phone number is The Cincinnati Recreation Commission supports the Press by renting the space at below market rate and paying for utilities. For a modest annual fee, members can use the work space, take advantage of exhibition opportunities, attend classes at a reduced fee and enjoy the camaraderie of area printmakers.
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Classes include etching, calligraphy, printmaking, polyester plate lithography, monoprint, letterpress, relief, silk screening, papermaking and printing.
Teachers are artists with expertise in one or more of the printmaking processes. Carole Winters, a member of the Board of Directors and media contact, said membership is a bargain for local printmakers.
Approximately 40 people have joined TLP. All members have to volunteer four hours annually at the studio. The Press also provides members opportunities to exhibit their work with shows and a print sale as well as to appear in a calendar designed to raise funds. TLP offers an open studio on Tuesday nights, Friday afternoons, Saturday afternoons and second Sunday afternoons for members to work.
A studio monitor joins the group for technical assistance. Friends of Tiger Lily Press can join at substantially reduced rates. Their benefits include everything but working in the studio. Board president and studio manager Susan Naylor manages the overall organization with the assistance of a working board of directors and volunteers who have years of experience in printmaking.
Nine members, who are all professional artists and printmakers, serve on the board. This enabled the Press to apply for government and foundation grants which will further its mission to produce, preserve and promote the art of printmaking. She said there is a move afoot to create an arts program in this area.Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
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Recent prints by Richard Hellman LAUREL, MD (November 22, ) – “The Inner Circle: Screenprints and Etchings,” by printmaker Richard Hellman, opens Wednesday, December 7, in the Himmelfarb Gallery at Tai Sophia Institute.