ACPS Members Exhibition 2022

The American Color Print Society's 82nd Fall Exhibition is at the Plastic Club in Philadelphia from November 6 to November 23, 2022. 

The American Color Print Society brings together printmakers from across America, as well as the local Philadelphia area. The show will feature original prints by some of the most creative printmakers in the local area and nationwide. The exhibition displays a full range of contemporary American printmaking by more than 40 artists creating original prints in mediums such as collagraph, stone lithography, dry point, etching, silkscreen, monotypes, mezzotint, digital, copperplate, woodcut, among others. Prizes will be awarded by Ron Rumford, director of Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia.

Meet the Artists Reception from 2 to 5 PM
Sunday, November 6
The Plastic Club, 247 South Camac Street

In addition to the main exhibit, the American Color Print Society will be remembering and honoring some of its legendary member artists who have passed away. The exhibition, Forever Remembered: A Retrospective will display works by the following artists who were well-known in the Philadelphia art community: 

John Taylor Arms, Mildred Dillon, Eugene Feldman, Jack Gerber,
James Dexter Havens, Dorothy Wackerman Hutton, Jerome Kaplan,
Michael Lasuchin, Victor Lasuchin, Anthony Lazorko, Samuel Maitin,
Richard Redd, Mickie Rosen, Waunita Smith, Merle Spandorfer,
Burton Wasserman, Mili Dunn Weiss and Idaherma Williams.

Gallery hours:

Sunday, November 13 and Sunday, November 20, from 1 to 4 PM both days.
3 color screenprint on Stonehenge paper. Seven dark lines move from left to right across a field of variegated yellow color.

Harmonic Flow, 2021, screenprint