"Mo'PRINT 2016: A Century of Printmaking in Colorado

Curated by Leon Loughridge
March 2016 to July 2016
Jeppesen Terminal
Level 5, southeast, Near Baggage Carousel 9

"Mo’PRINT 2016: A Century of Printmaking in Colorado," illustrates the contributions made by various Colorado printmaking institutions and individual artists over the last 100 years.

"Mo’PRINT," or “Month of Printmaking,” is a biannual Colorado Front Range celebration designed to inspire, educate and promote awareness about the art of making original prints. A variety of public events will be held throughout March in galleries, museums and other venues. The exhibit was curated by Leon Loughridge, a woodblock printmaker, avid print collector and historian. The show features prints, many from Loughbridge’s own collection, by renowned artists such as Vance Kirkland, Red Grooms, and Melanie Yazzie.

Additional information about Mo’PRINT can be found at http://moprint.org/.

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About the Artist

"Mo’PRINT" was curated by Leon Loughridge and includes 27 artists and printmakers who resided or worked in Colorado from the late 1870’s to present day.