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2008 June Professional Critique with Jill Bedgood

The natural world is my muse. The complex process of printmaking – from the selection of plate surface to the choice of inks – is inspired by the subject matter. The concerns of our environment, man’s impact on his surroundings, and the future of the planet influence my subject choices.  There is beauty in small moments; my goal is to capture the essence of those moments.

I print at Slugfest in East Austin. You can see more of my work by visiting www.tbondartist.com

       Lately when I create art it is about getting out of my own head. Letting go of control over the world and planning every minute. It is a kind of meditation that allows my emotions to spill onto the page without being filtered, judged, and edited. I try to let my subconscious direct the process. I like to use organic materials I collect from my yard and on walks. I also use cut paper and found objects in my work. I love that what is essentially a weed can turn into something beautiful on the page and it has given me a new way of looking at the world around me. I have found that art helps me to be more intuitive, creative, and relaxed in all aspects of my life.


Anna Marie Pavlik                                                                                417 Wapping St. Frankfort, Kentucky  40601

ampavlik11@gmail.com    512-517-5233                                                                                               resume page 1 of 2

 

AWARDS

KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, First Prize Printmaking (2017)

KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, First Prize Printmaking (2016)

KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, Best of Show Fine Arts & Craft, Purchase Award (2015)

KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, First Prize Printmaking (2014)

KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, First Prize Printmaking (2013)

FLORAL FUSSION, Best Two Dimensional Art Award (2012)

KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, Best in Show Fine Arts & Craft, Purchase Award (2011)

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2018 KENTUCKY WILDLANDS, Revelry Boutique Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky (KNLT group)

2018 RANDOM OBJECTS, Dougherty Art Center, Austin Texas (group)

2017 ETCHED THOUGHTS, Evansville Museum, Evansville, Indian (solo)

2017 225: ARTISTS CELEBRATE KENTUCKY’S HISTORY, Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea

2017 PORCELAIN, GLASS, & ETCHING, River Gallery, Chattanooga, Tennessee (3 person)

2016 WANDERLUST, Craft(s) Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky (solo)

2016 AT THE RIVER’S BEND, Evansville Museum, Evansville, Indiana (juried) 

2016 WATER: WE ALL LIVE DOWNSTREAM, Ripple River Gallery, Aiken, Minnesota (Invitational)

2016 GREAT IMPRESSIONS: PRINTS BY KENTUCKY ARTISANS, Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea

2015 FLORAL FUSION, Scott County Cultural Center, Georgetown, Kentucky

2015 POINT OF VIEW, River Gallery, Chattanooga, Tennessee (Two person)

2014 SECRETS OF PRINTMAKING, Northern Prints Gallery, Duluth, Minnesota (invitational)

2014 ART FOR EARTH DAY, NEW HORIZONS, Waters of Superior, Duluth, Minnesota (group)

2014 HOT, BRIGHT, & BOLD, Completely Kentucky, Frankfort, Kentucky (solo)

2013 SELECTIONS, Gallery Hop featured Artist, Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft, Louisville, Kentucky

2013 ETCHINGS, Ripple River Gallery, Aitken, Minnesota (solo)

2012 FULL SPECTRUM, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (curated)

2012 EARTHDAY, Northern Prints Gallery, Duluth, Minnesota (invitational)

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS                                                   GALLERY AFFILIATIONS

Amity Art Foundation, Inc, Woodbridge, CT                                    Bluff Country Artist Gallery, Spring Grove, MN

Bickerstaff, Heath, Smiley, et al, Austin, TX                                    Cedar Rapids Museum of Art- shop, Iowa

Brown Manufacturing Company, Austin, TX                       Completely Kentucky, Frankfort, KY

Dain Bosworth, Minneapolis, Minnesota                              Craft(s), Louisville, KY                       

Hallmark Corporation, Kansas City, Missouri                      Iowa Artisans Gallery, Iowa City, IA 

Kentucky State Fair, Kentucky Artist Collection                  Grand Hand Gallery, St. Paul, MN 

Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas                                     Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, Berea, KY

Minnesota, Mining & Manufacturing, St Paul, MN             Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA                    Northern Prints Gallery, Duluth, MN

Post Properties Collection, Dallas, Texas                             Ripple River Gallery, Aitkin, MN

Regents Hospital, Wayzata, Minnesota                                 River Gallery, Chattanooga, TN                  

Sower Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri                            Waters of Superior, Duluth, MN

Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, Missouri              

Sprint Corporation, Overland Park, Kansas                         

Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota                          

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN                        

University of South Dakota, Vermilion, SD                         

 

Anna Marie Pavlik                                                                                417 Wapping St. Frankfort, Kentucky  40601

ampavlik11@gmail.net     512 517-5233                                                                                             resume page 2 of 2

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

Growing concern for the survival of natural areas and the need I perceive in people to understand their relationship to the environment have encouraged me to work with nature related themes.  My images are focused on revealing and presenting how nature has functioned.  I extract the concepts which I visually explore, from my observations of natural sites, science publications, and maps.  By creating these works I hope to direct the viewer’s attention to the irreplaceable value, sublime beauty, and mystery found within our natural environment. 

 

LECTURES/RELATED ACTIVIES

2017 Soft Foam Printing Workshop, Evansville Museum, Evansville, Indiana

2016 Energy Choices & Printing, Josephine Sculpture Garden Arts Festival, Frank fort, Kentucky 

2014 Soft Foam Printing Workshop, Porcupine Mountain State Park, Michigan 

2014 Soft Foam Printing, Quetico Provincial Park, Dawson Campground, Ontario, Canada   

2013 Soft Foam Printing & Mural Project, Josephine Sculpture Garden Arts Festival, Frank fort, Kentucky 

2013 Pasta Machine Printing, Ripple River Gallery, Aitkin, MN

2012 Artist in Residence, Petrified Forest National Park, Relief Printing Workshop, Arizona

2012 Art in the Garden, Etching presentation, Liberty Hall Frankfort, Kentucky

2011 Soft Foam Printing Workshop, Josephine Sculpture Garden Arts Festival, Frank fort, Kentucky 

2011 Artist in Residence, Catoctin Mountain Park, Presentation and Workshop, Maryland

 

PUBLICATIONS (contributing artist)

2014 Historic House and Tree Tour, Tree Coalition Publication

2013 Tree Tour, Tree Coalition Publication

2008 Trail Guide to the Northland Experience in Prints and Poetry, Calyx Press

2006 Response, Calyx Press, Lake Superior Writers & Northern Printmakers Alliance

2005 Dust & Fire, Bemidji State University Publications, Maureen Gibbon

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts, Studio Art 1974; University of Minnesota, Duluth

Drafting Certificate 1976, St Paul Vocational School, St Paul, Minnesota 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 1978; ICS Pennsylvania

 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

I was born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania and after moving multiple times my parents chose Minnesota where I lived until relocating to Austin, Texas.  I now reside in Frankfort, Kentucky.  My college years were concentrated in Duluth attending St. Scholastica, the University of Minnesota, and the University of Wisconsin, Superior.  This was followed by a Drafting Certificate from St. Paul Vocational School leading to a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering during employment with Minnesota, Mining & Manufacturing.  My work at 3M was focused on Product Development.  I hold one patent for a wire holding devise.  The need for a greater involvement with art resulted in a membership at Flatbed Press, a print publishing studio in Austin, Texas.  Participation in the Serie Project at Coronado Studio and work at Slugfest Printmaking Workshop evolved into setting up my own studio.  Focus on the intaglio process and stratograph, a monoprint technique have resulted in several bodies of work.  "Personal Poems” is a series of small biographical etchings dealing with issues of adulthood.  "Ideal Mechanical Advantage” presents the transition from the factual world of engineering to sensory perception.  "Global Fables” is a collection of pieces that study of the tradition of a short story with a moral from diverse cultures.  I am now focused on work which involves the perilous future of the natural world.  The common factor in each of these series is the narrative thread which each piece presents.  

WPA Event Details
WHEN:
6/5/2008
WHERE:
School for the Blind
CONTACTS:
Chair: Angela Hayes
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Event Deadline
The deadline for this event (6/3/2008) has passed.