Winter Colour at the Minneapolis Institute of Art
Winter Colour was a mid-winter presentation of fine art prints from the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s collection that took place in the Print Study Room. Drawing from the museum’s collection of 40,000 prints, the subjects selected were bold, colorful expressions of the brighter side of the human experience. This was one in a series of ongoing presentations at the Print Study Room designed to engage the creative spirit of members of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Minnesota Chapter.
The afternoon presentation consisted of the display of 22 prints from Mia's collection and a short lecture on the lives, techniques and times of a few of the artists. The graphic above was used to identify the event and publicize it on the AIGA website.
Bookmarks: 2.75" x 8.5", ink jet printing
Bookmarks envelope: 2.875" x 7.5", Japanese Chiyogami Paper
Presentation consisted of the selection of 22 pieces and a short lecture on the lives and art of a few of the artists.