Flash Collective for Bone Black Gallery
Flash Collective founder Veronica Ceci volunteered her time for the nonprofit organization Women Printmakers of Austin by handling all aspects of programming for their Bone Black Gallery in 2016. The season included nine on-site and two off-site exhibitions along with several other events. The organization was founded over 20 years ago when female printmakers pooled their funds to rent press access and create their own work. To honor that spirit Ceci scheduled self-identified women artists who worked on paper or cloth for the entirety of the season. Below you will find images and links to the websites of the six artists who had solo exhibitions at the gallery.
Adorjan created a wall collage In Situ for her exhibition Unpacked.
Affourtit created a two sided 5'x14' long print which interacted with the gallery's Wexel Display wall specifically for her exhibition, Into The Fold.
Gerken's exhibition Submergence featured all new work including a 7'x4' tall drawing on cloth
Bone Black exhibited the entirety of Kristina Hagman's suite 36 Views of Mt Rainier, a riff on Hokusai, and also had a reading and signing event for her new book The Eternal Party in partnership with Malvern Books
Heraa Khan traveled to Austin from Lahore, Pakistan to share her miniature mughal paintings on handmade paper. The opportunity with our gallery lead to her receiving a residency at The Art Student's League in NYC
Scott-Felder displayed digital pigment prints as well as original monotypes
Bone Black Solo Exhibition Artists
Eranah Adorjan, Cleveland, OH
Francine Affourtit, Philadelphia, PA
Skylar Gerken, Brooklyn, NY
Kristina Hagman, Santa Monica, CA
Heraa Khan, Lahore, Pakistan
Jessica Scott-Felder, Atlanta, GA