Metal, Acid, Line: Etchings from the Loeb | Vassar College | Art Galleries and Exhibits | Chronogram Magazine

Art Galleries and Exhibits

Metal, Acid, Line: Etchings from the Loeb

When: 16th of every month. Continues through April 12 2020

Spanning time and geography, this focused exhibition features more than a dozen prints from the permanent collection chosen for their common medium: etching. Etching, a printmaking process in which artists create images on metal plates with the aid of chemical action--traditionally, acid--began being used by artists around 1500 and continues in use today. This selection, co-curated with Christina Tenaglia, Art Department, Vassar College, was made in conjunction with Art 209, a studio course that teaches the fundamentals of intaglio printmaking including the techniques of etching and drypoint as well as aquatint, engraving, embossing, and stippling.

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