Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $40.00
Images | Minimum:Min. 2, Maximum:Max. 4
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 2, Maximum:Max. 4
Jury Dates: 6/2/23 - 7/28/23
Founded in 1960, The Brinton Museum is a fine arts institution devoted to preserving the art and history of the West. Located on the historic Quarter Circle Ă Ranch in the foothills of the majestic Bighorn Mountains, it features 19th, 20th and 21st century American and Indian Art in a historic Western setting. The museum continues to expand upon the work of Helen Brinton, who in 1960 established an institution named after her brother, Bradford, as well as the Helen Brinton Bird, Game and Fish Reserve. Helen’s intent was to preserve the Quarter Circle Ă Ranch and the Brinton’s collection of fine art, furnishings, and historic Native American artifacts and make them accessible to the public. It was her desire that the institution be a source of education and enjoyment to all visitors.
Exhibit “Printmaking in the Rockies and on the Great Plains”
2nd Juried Invitational
Exhibit Dates October 21 to December 23, 2023
Original work (no reproductions, no photomechanical prints). Emphasis will be placed on traditional hand-pulled printmaking techniques of relief, intaglio, lithography and serigraphy. Maximum dimensions of art cannot exceed 40”x40”. Open to all artists living in: Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.
Juror: Master Printmaker Jim Jereb from Laramie, Wyoming, has academic experience as a Professor of Art; Albany County School District and Sheridan Area School District Artist-in-Residence; and Visiting Instructor and Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Wyoming Art Department. In addition, Jim has been a Curator, Technical Consultant, Lecturer, and Visiting Instructor for numerous programs, several of which were presented at Central Wyoming College Art Department in Riverton; Albany County School District, Laramie, Wyoming; and The Brinton Museum in Big Horn, Wyoming. Jereb is an invaluable resource to The Brinton Museum as a technical consultant for the institution’s print collections, in particular, his expert knowledge in identifying intaglio works by celebrated Wyoming artist Hans Kleiber (1887-1967). Jim was the Master Printmaker of a superb limited edition, letterpress book, Linework to Linen: The Prints and Paintings of Joel Ostlind, for the exhibition of the same title. Jim was also the book binder for this project. He has also been a featured instructor at The Brinton Museum’s summer art camps for kids, teaching drypoint, lithography and bookmaking. He has held various print demonstrations and workshops at the museum and has also exhibited his own prints in a one-person show, Working the Process: A Sampling of Printmaking Techniques, on exhibit in 2019. Jim was the print instructor for a 2-day adult workshop held at the museum on line etching. This program was available for the Wyoming Department of Education Professional Teaching Standards Board for 1 credit. Jim does the edition printing of lithographs and etchings for artist Frank Stack from Columbia, Missouri, 1993 to present, and has done collaborative letterpress printing with Graphic Designer Matt Derezinski from Kirksville, Missouri, 2003 to present. From 2002 to 2016, Jereb was the printer and printroom consultant for the Deutschheim State Historic Site in Hermann, Missouri. He is acknowledged by his peers as outstanding in the print field. Jereb continues to create and produce printmaking artwork, exhibiting in numerous competitive and invitational shows.
Printmaking in the Rockies and on the Great Plains Show Awards
Ludmila Dranchak Best of Show $1,500
1st Place Show Award $1,000
2nd Place Show Award $500
3rd Place Show Award $250
Brinton Museum Purchase Awards $5,000 available for purchase awards
Entry Fee $40, up to four submissions
Application Deadline June 1, 2023
Jury Date July 28, 2023
Open to all artists living in: Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.