The Roswell Museum and Arts Center will feature the works of Garo Antreasian, a pioneer of New Mexican lithographic printmaking, June 11, in the exhibition Garo Antreasian: Lyrical Geometries.
Antreasian, perhaps New Mexicoâ€™s most renowned printmaker, started his work in the state at University of New Mexico in 1970 by founding UNMâ€™s Tamarind Institute. The 89-year-old Antreasian can still recall the story of his introduction to lithography printmaking as a teenager in Indianapolis.
â€œI was a high school student and my art teacher gave individual assignments to the students in her class. Login to read more