Monday, June 11, 2007

Atlantic Crossing.

First of all, you get points if you just got that Rod Stewart reference. Or maybe I lose points for it.

I didn't make it to much of the Atlantic Avenue Art Walk this weekend. In fact, I didn't even know that it was happening until, on my way to the subway Saturday, I passed Cannonball Press's excellent installation of prints between Henry and Court. Cannonball Press are the same folks who brought us last year's lively Prints Gone Wild Fair. I'm realizing that they kind of rule.







4 comments:

Mark said...

so amazing, lithos? etchings? wood? all the above?

Heart As Arena said...

Hey, Mark. Most of what you see here is Mike Houston, so I'm pretty sure that they're woodcuts. There were a lot of other artists in the show and I didn't get any pics of the opposite wall. It was a blast. Now I REALLY can't wait for the 2007 version of the Prints Gone Wild show at the beginningg of November.

roberta said...

Cannonball Press came to Space 1026 last summer and it was an awesome show--then they printed t-shirts -- for free -- you bring the shirt and they provide the image and arm and ink power. Wonderful stuff and nice people!

Heart As Arena said...

That's RIGHT. I remember when you and Libby posted about that.