IN WHAT WE SEE: A Printmaker’s Response February 25 – December 10, 2022

A Group Exhibition, Curated by HARRIS WILTSHER


This exhibition seeks to highlight the dynamism of print media through the eyes of African , and African-American printmakers.

Robin Holder They Damaged Us More Than Katrina 30” x 22”

Printmaking, an ever-evolving media, has a long tradition of printmakers of color like Bob Blackburn, John Muafangejo, Elizabeth Catlett, Leon Hicks, Howard Smith, Dox Thrash and others.

In this quest, this exhibition seeks to uncover the artist’s perspective of the world around them through technique and context.  These artists are unique in their approach of printmaking, which lends to opening the “eyes” of the viewer and their soul.

Jamaal Barber We Can Make It All Alright 30” x 22” Linocut



Eyes are said to be the “windows of the soul” thereby these same eyes of an art maker capture the essence of what surrounds them daily.

Harris Wiltsher. It’s You! 30” x 22” Serigraph


Kenneth Falana The Last Phase 27” x 33” Serigraph.


Chloe Alexander Double Dutch (multicolored) 22” x 27.75” Serigraph




Norfolk State University – James Wise Gallery

February 25 – April 22, 2022

700 Park Avenue

Norfolk, VA 23504

Ellington-White Contemporary Gallery

May 19 – July 2, 2022

113 Gillespie Street

Fayetteville, NC 28301

Florida A&M University, Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Gallery

September 12, 2022 – October 29, 2022

1601 S. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,

Tallahassee, FL  32307

Akwaaba Gallery

November 5, 2022 – December 10, 2022

509 South Orange Avenue

Newark, NJ 07103


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