Foundry VineyardsMokuhanga Project Space InvitationalMay 5 – July 30, 2023Walla Walla, Washington ABOUT THE SHOW This show brings together ten international artists selected by the Mokuhanga Project Space. The featured artists are veterans in the medium of mokuhanga. Mokuhanga is a traditional form of Japanese printmaking. ‘Moku’ translates to wood, and ‘hanga’ means printed. The […]
February 26 – August 7, 2022 Paul Ross GalleryScott and Carol Ritchie Gallery About This Exhibition The International Block Print Renaissance began in the last decades of the 19th century in Europe, as artists and collectors rediscovered the block print medium. Wichita played a major role in expanding this renaissance throughout America. In 1922, the […]
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, ColoradoPatton-Malott GalleryMay 27 – Jun 24, 2022 Anderson Ranch Arts Center is pleased to present String Theory, an exhibition of Mike Lyon’s beautifully crafted stringed instruments alongside highly abstracted portraits of his wife, his parents, his lawn, and himself. “Mike Lyon has been called a father of post-digital printmaking because […]
Exhibition Covers INTRODUCTION Look Me in the Eye: Portraits of Kansas City (September 15 through November 29, 2019), a juried exhibition of portraits by artists who live or work within a 60-mile radius of Kansas City. This exhibition aims to acknowledge that the Kansas City area is a much more diverse community than many realize. […]
by Shoshi Rosen, April 18, 2019 Exhibition at Weinberger Fine Art Drawing Room Please join us in the Drawing Room on Friday, April 5th from 5 – 8pm for the public opening of Reinventing the Line: Post-Digital Drawing and Painting by Mike Lyon. This exhibition celebrates Kansas City artist Mike Lyon and his innovative use […]
Curated by Sandy Wimer and Sheri Lullo January 3 – March 13, 2018 Feigenbaum Center for Visual ArtsCrowell and West GalleriesUnion College Mokuhanga: Impressions Past and Present Mokuhanga refers to the traditional Japanese technique of hand-printing images from carved blocks of wood. Moku means “wood,” and hanga which is a combination of the words for […]
My presentation to the International Mokuhanga Association Conference at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu September 28, Thursday – October 1, Sunday, 2017. Keynote presentations by Mayumi Oda (artist), Seiichi Kondo (former ambassador), and Richard Notkin (artist) can be viewed at 2017.mokuhanga.org/keynotes/
242 S. Santa Fe Salina, KS, 67401 785.827.1431 firstname.lastname@example.org Salinaartcenter.org Exhibition walk-through The XYZs of Post-Digital Gesture: Drawings & Prints by Mike Lyon January 18 – April 16, 2017 Mike Lyon’s work is not digital art. Lyon is a pioneering figure in the emergent field of post-digital printmaking and graphics. [The first major study of […]
The question of how to organize the visual and conceptual data that accrete as a portrait of a person is fundamental to Lyon’s work. While he answers the query technologically, he also answers it psychically. Each portrait coalesces identity into an ambitious exchange between sitter, artist and viewer.
Kansas City printmaker Mike Lyon has established himself as a master of techniques by embracing technology to produce striking, larger-than-life portraits of people and nature.