Fall 2010, Edition 2
September- December 2010
Corner of Howell St & Clarence st
Out with the old amazingness of Alyssa Schulte & In with the new awesomeness of Kimberly Weiss. Last week over at the shop the boys took down Alyssa's mural & installed our new Fall 2010 Temporary Mural created by Milwaukee artist Kimberly Weiss.
The new mural is composed of linoleum block prints on rice paper that have been individually cut-out and pasted on the wood surface.
In case you were curious, there are a total of 72 hands.
About our new Temporary Mural artist:Kim Weiss came to Milwaukee from Kansas City in 2000 to earn a BFA in printmaking from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, graduating in 2004. She currently co-manages the community printshop at RedLine Milwaukee- instructing printmaking classes and workshops and coordinating the open studio program. Kim has shown work locally and nationally and works as a display artist for the women's retailer Anthropologie. Kim's primary focus is on using relief printmaking and screen printing to explore obsessive process, repetition, and create vibrant, and often overwhelming images of subjects from the natural world.
---> Full photo set here
---> Read about our past temporary mural with Alyssa Schulte here
---> UPCOMING: Winter 2011 Temporary Mural by Colin Matthes