Art: Verge: Printing from the Periphery

There are plenty of great museums in Chicago, but if Jake Arrieta has some spare time between starts this weekend he might check out Verge: Printing from the Periphery, a survey of the best examples of

Apr 21, 2015 at 3:21 pm
click to enlarge Verge: Printing from the Periphery
Verge: Printing from the Periphery

There are plenty of great museums in Chicago, but if Jake Arrieta has some spare time between starts this weekend he might check out Verge: Printing from the Periphery, a survey of the best examples of contemporary Cincinnati fine-art printmaking, which opens Friday at Venue 222 in Over-the-Rhine. Tiger Lily Press, the venerable printmaking studio located in the Dunham Recreation Center on the city’s West Side, is organizing the show, which Amy Doran is curating, and has invited Clay Street Press, DIY Printing, Visionaries + Voices, and other printmakers to participate. Those exhibiting include Paula Baumann, Louann Elliot, Rick Finn, Jonpaul Smith and Carole Winters. Opening reception: 6-10 p.m. Friday. Through July 24; hours by appointment. Free. Venue 222, 222 E. 14th St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-684-9283, tigerlilypress.blogspot.com.