Author Archives: Barbara Milman

California Society of Printmakers Show

This is always a very interesting show of contemporary prints by members of the CSP. My image is the red, black & white one in the middle of the card.

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Art Opportunities Monthly

My print, Oil Spill 21, is on the cover of the May 2016 issue of Art Opportunities Monthly.  

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Sanders Fundraiser

On May 6 I will be participating in a fundraiser/ show in San Francisco for Bernie Sanders. I hope lots of supporters of Bernie will show up – and also anyone else who is interested.  Everyone is welcome – you … Continue reading

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Firehouse Arts Center

I will have a solo show in the Hallway Gallery at theFirehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton, CA from May 3 to June 2. Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave, Pleasanton, CA, Firehouse Arts Center.org    

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The Postdigital Printmaker

The Postdigital Printmaker is a very interesting blog that shares the work of printmakers who have taken up the challenge of incorporating emerging technologies into their artistic practices.  I was honored to have my work included on this blog.  Phyllis Merriam, … Continue reading

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Morris Graves Museum

My solo show at the Morris Graves Museum in Eureka, CA in August, 2016 was a big success.  There is a large and enthusiastic art community in Eureka, and hundreds of people showed up for the opening night for my … Continue reading

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International Print Center New York

I was thrilled to have one of my most recent artist’s books in “Commedia: New Prints 2015/Autumn” show at the International Print Center in New York City.

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Interview by Kim Vanderheiden

  (This interview was about the two-person show, “Observation Points,” that I had with Kim  at the Subterranean Arthouse in 2014.) KV: Describe your studio to us. What kind of place is it? BAM: My studio is in what was a … Continue reading

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