West Valley Art Museum presents a Potpourri of Prints

Posted 6/21/21

The West Valley Art Museum has unveiled a Potpourri of Prints, which is a new summer exhibit displaying notable national and international artists whose work includes a variety of printmaking …

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West Valley Art Museum presents a Potpourri of Prints

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The West Valley Art Museum has unveiled a Potpourri of Prints, which is a new summer exhibit displaying notable national and international artists whose work includes a variety of printmaking techniques including lithographs, serigraphs, etchings, intaglio, and the complex mezzotint process in fine art prints.

Artists Alexander Calder, Armado Pena, Jr., Bertha Horta, Susan Rios, Elaine Rothwell, and Carol Jablonsky have work on display.

In addition, this exhibit features a series of Street Art works, and a unique mixed-media series by artist Viggo Vake.

The museum is located in Peoria City Hall, located at 8401 W. Monroe Street, and is open, free to the public, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Thursdays from noon – 6 p.m.

For additional information call 623-972-0635 or visit www.wvam.org.

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