Barrable Segal, Jocelyn: Stone Lithographs (21 artworks)
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Jocelyn Barrable Segal MFA has been devoted to the art of printmaking since the late 1970's, focused on the formal aspects of developing the medium of lithography. She obtained a BFA from University of Manitoba (with honours in Printmaking) in 1983 and an MFA from Louisiana State University in 1986. Jocelyn has taught a variety of printmaking classes and has received many awards and honors. Having exhibited internationally, her works are in private and public collections in Canada, U.S.A, Europe, Bermuda, New Zealand and Asia.
To create a lithograph a piece of paper is pressed against the stone which is placed on the bed of a printing press. As the bed rolls, the ink on the greasy part of the stone is transferred to the paper. To create a multi-colour lithograph each colour must be drawn separately on the prepared stone, then printed, thus overlapping the colours.
The artists' love of drawing and pure colour is seen in the floral portraits. The flowers seem to confront the viewer with a direct "here I am attitude".
Exhibitions 1990-Present: Malaspina Printmakers Show, The Pedulum Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Murphy House & Island Inks in Federation Gallery in Vancouver; Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby; DSI Permanent Exhibition, Montreal; Fran Willis Gallery, Victoria; The Print Consortium, St. Joseph; Eastern Edge Gallery, St. Johns; Alberta Printmaking Society, Edomonton; Le Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain, St.Boniface; L'Alliance Francaise Du Manitoba Winnepeg & Janet Ian Cameron Gallery in Winnepeg MB. Rental Sales Program 1990-Present: Montreal Musee de Beaux Arts; Burnaby Art Gallery; Winnipeg Art Gallery; Edmonton Art Gallery.
Awards & Honors: Canada Council Project Grant, Manitoba Arts counicl, The Banff Centre Scholarship; Best in Awards Art Show Air Canada; Vancouver International Playhouse Wine Festival image design award.
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