Sonoma Community Center is proud to announce an in-house printmaking residency with visiting artist Heather Wilcoxon November 20-December 4, 2018.
Wilcoxon has B.A. and M.F.A. degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute; is represented by the Jack Fischer Gallery, San Francisco; is widely exhibited; and has works in the permanent collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Triton Museum of Art, Rene Di Rosa Preserve, and Maine College of Art, among others. She has taught mono printing, drawing, and painting at San Francisco Art Institute, UC Berkeley Extension, Kala Institute, College of Marin and CCA. Wilcoxon was awarded the Distinguished Women in the Arts Award by the Fresno Art Museum, which includes a six-month one person show in 2019.
During her time in the Center’s dedicated print studio, Wilcoxon will develop mono printing works. Join Heather for an Artist’s Talk and reveal of her newly made prints on Tuesday, December 4 at Noon!
Wilcoxon will also offer a workshop, Experimental Mono Printing and Image Transfer, on Saturday-Sunday, March 23-24 from 10am-4pm. To apply for a scholarship or register for the workshop, call Sonoma Community Center at (707) 938-4626 x1. For more information, visit sonomacommunitycenter.org.