Nontraditional Printmaking Exhibit

September 7 – September 29, 2018









September 7 – September 29, 2018

Friday, September, 3-7pm
Barbara Conrad Gallery

Exhibiting Printmakers will include:

Allison Anderson

Sandra Butler

Emma French

Leesa Zarinelli Gawlik

Jan Goldman

Britt Gordon

Louise Grunewald

Judy Hayes

Petra Hinke

Tony Holmquist

Kate Loague

Shawn Lotze

Andrea Martens

Maureen May

Nataly Rader

MariKay Shellman

Junkyard Steamroller will be a gallery filled with a variety of non-traditional printmaking styles and live oversized printing using a steamroller as a press! The show will explore the variety and impact of DAC’s program in partnership with Judy Hayes, Playing with the Press.  For years Hayes has been sharing her large Griffin etching press with local artists and creating mixed media prints using a multitude of methods such as; inking found objects, collage, pushing texture and more.  In addition to the framed work in the gallery, an entire will be saved for huge prints! The processes developed in the Playing with the Press workshop will be expanded into a steamroller scale! Objects collected from junk yards and backyards too large for the press will be used to create massive prints!

Junkyard & Steamroller Workshop

Taught By Judy Hayes and Allison Anderson

August 4 & 5, 2018


  • 2 days in length, 3 day event to include the actual steamroller event. $200 member $225 non member PLUS materials fee of $20.  Includes a frame, a mat and printing materials for workshop and steamroller event.
  • Participants must be experienced artists and preferably have printmaking experience.


– Day 1:  printmaking on the press – standard workshop. August 4th.  9am to 4pm

  • Print a couple pieces
  • Enter one piece into show
  • Includes frame & Mat 18 x 24 pre-ordered
  • Bring a bag lunch

– Day 2: Printmaking with the steam roller August 5th 9am to 12pm

  • Videos/slide show of sample works. Past steamroller events.
  • Creative discussion about Steam Roller Day and how we will work together on Sept 7th
  • Discussion about materials – throw away culture, repurposing, Etc.


Barbara Conrad Gallery Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday
10am – 5pm

Entry to Durango Arts Center galleries is always free.  The galleries are closed to the public on Sundays and Mondays.