Location: Eric Carle Museum
Date: Thursday April 11th, 2013
Sergei Isupov is an international artist known for figural ceramic sculpture, currently lives and works in Cummington, MA at Project Art in a former mill building on the Westfield River. Often called an erotic Surrealist, Isupov uses the format of three dimensional ceramic sculpture combined with surfaces completely covered with exquisite drawings and painted images of intimate human relationships and sexuality.
Annie Bissett is a mostly self-taught artist who works primarily with Japanese-style woodblock prints (moku hanga). Her work has been shown in a number of printmaking venues including Boston Printmakers Biennial, Los Angeles Printmaking Society Exhibition, the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, the Print Center in Philadelphia, IPCNY in New York, and the International Mokuhanga Conference in Kyoto Japan.
Barry M oser is an illustrator, printer, painter, printmaker, designer, author, essayist, and teacher. The books Moser has illustrated or designed forms a list of over three hundred titles. That list includes the Arion Press Moby-Dick and the University of California Press The Divine Comedy of Dante. He is currently on the faculty of Smith College where he is Professor in Residence in the Department of Art and serves as Printer to the College.
Guy Pettit is the founder of the nonprofit art and publishing organization Flying Object in Hadley. With a mission to provide a range of resources, opportunities and education to writers, artists, musicians, and publishers both locally and nationwide—Flying Object serves as a space where we host readings, lectures, performances, workshops, and artists’ exhibitions, all of which are open to the public and the vast majority of which are free.