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I attended the Frogman’s Print Workshop for the first time this summer in Vermillion, South Dakota. It was a fabulous experience and I look forward to attending again next summer. I was enrolled in Ryan O’Malley’s session on Mezzotint printing. Other instructor’s at the workshop for Session One included: Melissa Harshman, Dennis McNett, Andrew Kosten, Mary Jones, Beauvais Lyons, Lenore Thomas, and Jason Ruhl.
During Frogman’s Print Workshop 2012 Dennis McNett’s class created The Unibeagloyote of Vermillion.
“The Wolfbat tribe continues to grow and migrate across the continents. Their last stop was in Vermillion,SD where the tribe met with the Eagle, Bear, Coyote, and Unicorn clans of the Wolfbat. These clans with their combined essences…. bear (strength), Coyote (camaraderie), Eagle (freedom), and Unicorn (creativity) … conjured the great Unibeagloyote to disperse these essences to the Wolfbat tribe. This was a collaborative project for the Frogman’s printmaking workshop in Vermillion, SD July 2012”
The beast was filled with fireworks and ignited for a spectacular performance at The River. Monica Marie Garcia sung at the bonfire. It was a resonating experience!
Erin Cross and I visited New York City this summer. We took the Sprinter Bus and stayed at the Roosevelt Hotel. While we were there we visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Folk Art Museum, Museum of Modern Art, and Kathy Caraccio’s Printing Studio. We ate breakfast at the Tick Tock Diner everyday that we were there.
Visit Art Whino for more information about the G40 Mural Project in Richmond, VA.
“Art Whino returns in 2012 for the Third edition of G40. Following the mission of G40s past, we will once again bring exposure to low brow’s many faces and, as always, present what new facets emerge within this ever growing movement. This year G40 focuses on the “Art of the Mural”. In the last 5 years, there have been great bursts of street artists transforming the city’s urban fabric with large scale mural artwork. With their powerful and awe evoking size, these murals transform the landscape of the passerby and create a unique experience to each wall that was once blank and artless.
This year’s G40 will travel to Richmond, VA. and will become the inaugural opening event of the city’s soon to be announced official art district. By inviting 12 of the top mural artists from around the globe to unleash their creativity to 20 large scale walls throughout Richmond, this project is sure to put the city on the map as a street art destination. In addition to the large scale murals, we will also present an exhibit in pop up galleries along the main street of the district. With canvas work and installations by each mural artist, these shows will offer the opportunity to experience a more personal scale and a closer look at the execution and detailing of the mural artists’ work.”