Sports Show at the Old Print Shop Gallery

My work is in a sports show that is up right now at the Old Printshop Gallery on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.  This is in conjunction with the Rio Summer Olympic games that are currently going on.  The show will be up for the rest of the month of August. Shown is one of my boxer pieces hanging next to two George Bellows prints. — Wow!

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Monotype/Monoprint Demo at MoMA was an Honor

These photos were taken during the MoMA workshop.  In the first shot, I am showing one of my monoprints with the help of Justin Sanz, the Master Printer and Director of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, who assisted me in running the workshop. Standing to my left in the fourth picture, is Michael Ginsberg, the President and Founder of Legion Paper. Next to him is Stephen Fredericks, original President and Founder of the New York Society of Etchers, both of whom attended the workshop. It was such an honor to have these guys there with me.  And thanks soooo much to all of my friends, and students, and former students who attended this seminar.  Its really so touching for me.

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My Monotype Demo at MoMA

Bruce Waldman to do back to back monotype workshops at MoMA in conjunction with the Degas monotype exhibition that is currently showing.

I have been invited back to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on June 14th 
to conduct two, back-to-back Monoprint/Monotype demonstrations and workshops, in conjunction with the Degas Monoprint/Monotype exhibition that is on display at MoMA right now.  At the demo/workshop, I will be showing my work, teaching, and demonstrating how Degas monotype pieces were technically created.

I was initially invited to a closed-door meeting with the curators and staff of the
Museum of Modern Art before the show opened, to show my work and to do a monoprint/monotype demonstration. They wanted to be prepared to answer
technical questions from the public when the Degas Monotype exhibition opened
at MoMA. This event accompanies Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty.

The schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, June 14, 12:00 – ­1:15 p.m.
Floor 2, MoMA Books. Free with Museum admission
Tuesday, June 14,  1:45 – ­3:00 p.m.
Floor 2, MoMA Books. Free with Museum admission.
Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign-up begins half an hour prior to each workshop (at
 11:30 a.m. and 1:15 p.m.).

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Mooney Center Gallery Exhibition

Mooney Center Gallery Exhibition at the College of New Rochelle.

The two pieces on the right are my etchings at Mooney Center Gallery Exhibition at the College of New Rochelle.

Two of my pieces are up right now in the Mooney Center Gallery and Cultural Center at the College of New Rochelle in an exhibition on expressions of the human condition.

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Demo at MoMA, NYC

I  have been invited back to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, on June 14th to conduct two, back-to-back Monoprint/Monotype demonstrations and workshops, in conjunction with the Degas Monoprint/Monotype exhibition that is up at MoMA right now.  At the demo/workshop, I will be showing my work, teaching, and demonstrating how Degas’ monotype pieces were technically created.
Wow! What an honor!

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SGCI Portland, OR

My prints were exhibited simultaneously in two different exhibitions at The Southern Graphic Conference in Portland, Oregon which was last week.  Five of my etchings were up on the walls in the Carrier Pigeon exhibition, and my piece the “Stalker” (pictured here),  was also up in an exhibition called Men in Aprons, in which a handful of old, seasoned printmakers participated.

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Monotype Demo at MoMA

I was invited (along with Justin Sanz, Director of the Robert Blackburn
Printmaking Workshop) to a closed-door meeting with the curators and staff
of the Museum of Modern Art to show my work and to do a monoprint/monotype
workshop and demonstration. What an honor!  They wanted me to prepare them
to answer questions from the public when the Degas Monotype exhibition opens
next month at MOMA.

This workshop was very stressful for me as I felt under so much pressure to perform perfectly in front of this prestigious audience. It worked out well, fortunately, since they were pleased with my demo and were impressed with my work. Because of this, they invited me to come back two more times to demonstrate and teach for the public while the show is happening next month.  I never even dreamed anything like this was possible!  I am a very lucky guy. I feel like I’m am going to have to pinch myself!

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My work at the Society of Illustrators Museum

Bruce Waldman in front of his monotype at the Society of Illustrators Show.

Bruce Waldman in front of his monotype at the Society of Illustrators Show.

My monotype piece is currently up at the Society of Illustrators Museum of American Illustration in their annual exhibition which will be printed in next year’s annual book.

It’s an honor to be in this show, as it’s really kind of like the academy awards for illustrators.  They also included my drawing book in the show where the piece was initially printed.  The book was displayed in a glass cabinet and it was a delightful surprise to see the book prominently placed along with the original artwork.

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Illustration Show at the Mehu Gallery

My work is in another show called  “Storytellers,”  an exhibition at the Mehu Gallery, showing now through February 21st.  The opening was last night, and it was packed. This show is a little different than other Mehu shows since it has only six artists, all who have illustrated professionally published books.  The original artwork that were published in books are up on the walls, and the books themselves are also on display in the gallery. I think that it is an interesting and unusual kind of exhibition, and the artwork is terrific.  If you are interested in illustrated books, I think you will find this show very interesting.

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Opening and Release Party Pix

These pictures, from last Saturday night, are of the opening and release party for Carrier Pigeon magazine.  The opening was an exhibition of artwork done for Carrier Pigeon magazine, Issue 15.

In the first photo, I am pictured with Russ Spitkovsky, founder of Carrier Pigeon magazine. The second photo is of me with Kirsten Flaherty, the curator of the New York Society of Etchers exhibition at IPCNY  that I participated in last month. One of my recent monotypes, printed in this current issue, is pictured on the wall in the last photo. The opening was a lot of fun and the work displayed there was really beautiful.

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