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Group exhibition at Alfstad& Contemporary features limited edition print works of eight artists
Michael Wyshock, Today, 2015. Serigraph on Digital Print, 17 x 22. Edition of 7.

SARASOTA.- The final show of Alfstad& Contemporary’s third season, /& Editions, is a group exhibition celebrating the limited-edition prints done in collaboration with artists. The artists include Betsy Cameron, Alain J.L. Huin, Andrea Dasha Reich, Marsha Kazarinov-Owett, Mike Solomon, Bruna Stude, Michael Taylor and Michael Wyshock. The Opening Night Reception is June 3rd and the exhibit runs through July 15th.

The exhibition showcases serigraphs, archival prints and mixed media created by artists working in the gallery’s studios. All of the artists exhibited work at Alfstad& Contemporary during the past three seasons 2014 - 2016.

“Many of the artists hadn’t worked in digital and traditional print techniques and collaborating gave them the opportunity to expand their artistic vision,” says Chris Schumaker, studio manager. “It’s thrilling to work side-by-side with them as they discover new dimensions of their work.”

“I’d never done screen prints before working with Alfstad&,” says Michael Wyshock. “It’s a unique resource for artists.”

“There is a definite upside for buyers, too,” says Anastasia Maracle, gallery manager. “Beautiful limited-edition art – at lower price points.”

“There are very few galleries anywhere in the country that provide these benefits to both artists and art lovers,” says Sam Alfstad.

Alain J.L. Huin, Andrea Dasha Reich, Mike Solomon and Michael Wyshock are Sarasota residents who exhibit their work here and around the world. Bruna Stude resides in Hawaii. Marsha Kazarinov-Owett and Betsy Cameron are from the New York City area and Michael Taylor resides in Rochester, NY.

The public is invited to the Opening Night Reception on Friday, June 3, 5:30 – 8 pm at Alfstad& Contemporary, 1419 5th Street in the Design District, Sarasota. /& Editions will run June 3rd – July 15th, Tuesday-Saturday, 11-5 pm.

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