University gallery opens year with ‘Pushed, Pulled, Pressed’ exhibition

September 14, 2015

Artist Shepard Fairey's "Obey"
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The first exhibition of the academic year is now open at Clarion University’s art gallery. “Pushed, Pulled, Pressed: Works for the Artists Image Resource Archives: 1996-2015” will remain open through Nov. 14.

"Pushed, Pulled, Pressed" is a selection of works representing 20 years of creative production from Artists Image Resource, an artist-run, nonprofit printmaking studio in Pittsburgh that integrates the creation of fine art print work with innovative educational programs that explore the role of the artist in contemporary culture.

Artists include: Patricia Bellan-Gillian, Micheal Budai, Nick Bubash, Kim Beck, James Duesing, Edward Eberle, Shepard Fairey, Bill Fick, Mike Hegedus, Joseph Lupo, Mary Martin, Clayton Merrell, Hiroki Otsuka, Jefferson Pinder, John Ritter, Jennifer Rockage-McGhee ('06), Christopher Sperandio and Tresa Varner. Robert Beckman is executive/artistic director of AIR.

The gallery is in the lower level of Carlson Library. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free. Groups interested in a tour of exhibition or access outside of regularly scheduled hours can contact Mark Franchino at mfranchino@clarion.edu.

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