PORTLAND FINE PRINT FAIR 2018

January 26th–28th at the Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon The Northwest's ONLY Fine Print Fair!

It is with great pleasure that we announce the 5th Portland Fine Print Fair to be hosted by the Portland Art Museum in the historic Fields Ballroom at 1119 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR. Now in its fifth year, the fair boasts 18 of the premier print dealers and galleries from North America and Ireland. These highly knowledgeable dealers will bring important works from virtually all periods and methods of printmaking and a wide variety of countries of origin. This Fair will be a rare opportunity for the Pacific Northwest public to have access to such a diverse range of fine original prints and expert dealers.

Whether you are a first-time collector or a seasoned connoisseur, these knowledgeable art dealers welcome your questions and offer a wonderful chance to peruse and purchase museum-quality prints for your collection.

It is appropriate that the Portland Art Museum hosts this Fine Print Fair as it is the home of the Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Center for the Graphic Arts, the premier museum print collection in the Pacific Northwest.


FREE ADMISSION DAYS

SATURDAY, January 27, 10am-6pm

SUNDAY, January 28, 11am-5pm

PORTLAND ART MUSEUM

1219 SW Park, Portland, OR, 97205

BENEFIT PREVIEW

FRIDAY, January 26, 6-9pm

ADVANCE TICKET INFO
$30 Museum Members
$40 General Public

NIGHT OF THE EVENT - $50 General Public


Santa Rosa, CA

Established in 1971, the Annex Galleries inventory includes works from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries with a focus on American printmaking from 1900 to 1975. Our specialties include color woodcut, modernist prints, abstract expressionist prints of the 1940s and 1950s, WPA, and works created at Atelier 17 in New York and Paris. Through numerous catalogues on California prints created between 1900 and 1950, we have illustrated California’s important niche and artistic contributions to the history of American printmaking. Our broad interests have created our inventory which consists of over 8,000 works on paper, half of which are on our website. Other areas of interest include European, Japanese, and Hispanic prints as well as photography.

Portland, OR

Established in 1979, Augen Gallery has specialized in Modern & Contemporary prints from the 20th & 21st Centuries, with a particular focus on works by American artists produced after 1945.

Seattle, WA

A leading representative of modern Japanese print artists, Azuma Gallery also showcases contemporary Japanese art—screens, paintings, ceramics, and baskets. Bringing together Japanese and American artists working in both traditional and contemporary mediums, Azuma offers a unique mix of talents, mediums, and styles rarely found in the U.S. For over 34 years, Azuma has been featuring a distinctive collection of Japanese art influenced by folk art, representational landscape/ genre themes, and abstract expressionism for broad and discriminating audiences.


Pendleton, OR

Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is a registered non-profit, located on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation outside of Pendleton, Oregon. Our mission is to provide a creative conduit for educational, social, and economic opportunities for Native Americans through artistic development. We publish primarily lithographic limited editions through our artist-in-residence program, in collaboration with our Tamarind Master Printer, Frank Janzen. We work with established and emerging contemporary Native and non-native artists from across the United States, with a focus on the Pacific Northwest.

Seattle, WA

Davidson Galleries, located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square, maintains the largest inventory of fine, original prints in the Northwest. In addition to our holding of nearly 20,000 prints and works on paper ranging from the 15th to the 21st century, new exhibitions are mounted every month for the First Thursday Gallery Walk. We are a proud member of the Seattle Art Dealer’s Association (SADA) and a charter member of The International Fine Print Dealers Association, a professional organization dedicated to maintaining high ethical standards for dealing in fine prints.

Brunswick, ME

Ed Pollack has been a dealer in Rare Books, Fine Prints and Drawings, and occasional Objects d'Art for over thirty years. I show and sell work at Book Fairs, Print Fairs, Antique shows and on the Internet at this Website, www.edpollackfinearts.com. I am a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association of America (IFPDA), the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB). I presently have an inventory of more than 1500 etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, drawings and other print media, as well as an occasional photograph or painting. My stock of books consists of over 3000 used, rare and collectible books, with an emphasis on books about Art and Artists, Photography, and Architecture and Design, as well as children's books, other fine illustrated books and first editions of older and modern literature. Objects in inventory include sculpture, pottery and glass, tribal art, and a variety of miscellaneous artifacts.


Burbank, CA

Egenolf Gallery specializes in fine Japanese woodblock prints and drawings, including works by the earliest 17th century pioneers of ukiyo-e to the shin hanga masters of the 20th century. We are pleased to offer interesting designs in exceptional condition over a broad range of prices. Clients include museums, private collectors and dealers in the US, Europe, and Japan. First-time buyers as well as established collectors are able to buy from us with confidence, knowing that all prints and drawings are guaranteed authentic and as described.

Stanford, CA

Joel R. Bergquist Fine Arts deals in prints and drawings of the 16th through early 20th centuries, with an emphasis on impressionist prints, early lithography, caricature, and rarities.

Palm Springs, CA

Warnock Fine Arts specializes in contemporary printmakers from Europe and the United States. Through travels in Europe , we continue to discover and bring back works by award-winning printmakers seldom seen in the United States. We also have an emphasis on Chicano and Hispanic printmakers from the United States and Mexico.


Kansas City, MO

The Lawrence Lithography Workshop (TLLW) is dedicated to continuing the over 200 year old tradition of collaboration with artists to make original, hand pulled lithographs. Over time, the workshop expanded beyond contract printing to publishing regional and national artists. The shop has collaborated with many national and regional artists such as Roger Shimomura, Akio Takamori, Robert Stackhouse, Luis Jimenez, Alden Mason, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Ron Adams, Ed Paschke, Andrzej Zielinski, Susan Davidoff and many others.

San Jose, CA

M. Lee Stone Fine Prints has been an art dealer for over 40 years. We specialize in American works of art on paper. Our expertise covers the 20th and 21st centuries. Our focus is primarily representational art of important artists from the WPA, Depression Era, social commentary, industrial and cityscapes as well as men and women working. We also carry numerous other subjects in our general inventory and have an interest in African American artists.

San Rafael, CA

Jan Lewis Slavid has ben a print dealer for 44 years, first as assistant to her father, R. E. Lewis, and then carrying on the business after he retired at the end of 1999. We have always specialized in Old Master to Modern prints and Indian miniature paintings. Our inventory currently includes many fine prints from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries, with special examples of prints by Rembrandt, Durer, Tiepolo, Piranesi, Delacroix, Bonnard, Vuillard, Whistler, Villon and Kandinsky, among others. We are also very interested in German Expressionism.


Berkeley, CA

Scriptum was established in 1999 and deals in Japanese prints, particularly prints of the late 19th and 20th centuries - Shin Hanga and Sosaku Hanga - and in contemporary Japanese print artists. As dealers in Japanese prints, Scriptum collects and sells fine, limited edition prints by many of the well known artists, many of whom are listed on the Scriptum website.

Otis, OR

Founded in 1970, the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology fosters creativity, intellectual inquiry and education. By helping others discover more about their core creative selves and their connections to nature, the Sitka Center works to fulfill its mission of expanding the relationships between art, nature and humanity. The Sitka Center offers workshops, residencies and community events, while maintaining a facility appropriate to its needs in harmony with its inspirational coastal environment near Cascade Head and the Salmon River estuary.

Phoenix, AZ

Steve Stoops with Stevens Fine Art has been dealing in fine art for almost 30 years. We handle mostly American art created 1850-1950. The gallery’s holdings include a wide selection of fine prints, paintings & watercolors by an eclectic group of listed artists. We have interest in depression era art; urban and city subjects, Regionalism, as well as California Impressionists, and early abstraction. We sell by private appointment and through our web site. We also exhibit at several Fine Art and Fine Prints shows around the country. Please check the events page on our web site to see where we will be exhibiting next.


Dublin, Ireland

Stoney Road Press is a fine art publishing house which since 2001 has been collaborating with Ireland’s leading contemporary artists to produce limited edition hand-made prints, books, sculptures and tapestries. Based in Dublin, Stoney Road Press is the only independent commercially run fine art print studio in Ireland.

Chesterfield, MI

Dedicated to experimentation and the unexpected, the prints from Wildwood Press strive to redefine what a print can be. Each year I invite a small number of artists to work with me in St. Louis. Wildwood Press is known for both its custom papermaking and as a destination for artists who may choose to meet the challenge of an etching press that is capable of printing five-foot by ten-foot images. The role of the contemporary artist is to show us something that we don’t know or to show us something that we do know in a way that we’ve never seen. The role of the printer/publisher of contemporary prints is to facilitate the possible. When the collaborative process is working at its best, both the artist and the printer teach each other something new with every project—a principle embraced at Wildwood Press. - Maryanne Ellison Simmons

Durham, NC

2017 represents 40 years in the business of buying and selling fine prints. We specialize in the period 1850 to the present with an emphasis on color woodcuts, American prints, Dutch, Belgian, and other fine European printmakers. Museums here in the U.S. and abroad are a significant part of our client base.