Plains Art Museum is proud to present Carrying Things from Home–a series of seven woodcuts with hand dyed chine collé by printmaker Annalise Gratovich. The prints reveal captivating stories combining historical, cultural, home, and familial ties. The totemic beings encompass the identity of individual icon opening us up the merging of aesthetic portals. Throughout this exhibition we will see signs and symbols that tell us about Gratovich’s life and her family’s displacement during World War II. This collection invites us to decipher the language of patterns, heirlooms, decoding personal stories and motifs that connect human experience that resonates across time and cultures.
Artist in Residence
Hannaher’s, Inc. Print Studio October 23-27
Check social media for daily descriptions of when and where the artist will be to stop in and see her process.
Tuesday, October 24, 6-8 PM • $5 per person
Spend an evening with the artist Annalise Gratovich learning about her process in printmaking but also what inspires her.
Thursday, October 26, 6-7:30 PM • Free
Join us for a conversation with printmaker Annalise Gratovich.
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Tania Blanich is the Arts Partnership’s Director of Operations