Curator Renee Maurer gives a three minute sneak peek tour of the exhibition Jasper Johns: Variations on a Theme, from his first published print to his most recent work.
Meyers again employs thin, tremulous lines in her creation for the glass-walled conference rooms that line the main-floor lobby of Arlington’s Courthouse Plaza. The installation serves as both an artistic and economic solution to the distracting “fishbowl effect” of meeting rooms. The work, Untitled, marks Meyers’s first permanent public art installation and was officially unveiled and dedicated Tuesday morning.
The video above shows a visual montage of the creation, design, fabrication, and installation of the work.
A special edition print related to her Intersections project, screened on handmade paper and signed and numbered by Linn Meyers, is available in the Phillips’s museum shop.
Master printer Scip Barnhart will give an interactive demonstration of basic printmaking methods in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition, Jasper Johns: Variations on a Theme. Recently, a group of educators and curators visited his studio at Georgetown University to get a sense of the techniques and the magic of the printmaking process!