Much of What is Seen is Not: Frank Boyden as Printmaker

February 23 - June 8, 2014

Well-known for his work in ceramics, Frank Boyden has long been versed in print-making.  Comprised of recent gifts to RAM’s collection, this exhibition emphasizes Boyden’s narrative investigations in print media.

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Exhibition Notes
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EXHIBITION EVENTS

Frank Boyden
Birth of Fossils, 1984-85
Color lithography, edition 22/40
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Karen Johnson Boyd
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine
Frank Boyden
Owl and the Moon, 1998
Cliché Verre, edition 7/15
Racine Art Museum, Gift of the Artist
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine
Frank Boyden
Salmon Vase, 1986
Glazed stoneware
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Karen Johnson Boyd
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine
 
This exhibition is made possible in part by: Presenting Sponsors - Karen Johnson Boyd and William B. Boyd; SC Johnson; Windgate Charitable Foundation; Gold Sponsors - Herzfeld Foundation; Johnson Bank; Sam and Gene Johnson Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; Racine United Arts Fund; Silver Sponsors - Cotsen Foundation for Academic Research; Elwood Corporation; Osborne and Scekic Family Foundation; W.T. Walker Group, Inc.; Wisconsin Arts Board; Bronze Sponsors - 88NINE Radio Milwaukee; CNH America LLC; Corner House; Craft in America PBS Series; E.C. Styberg Foundation, Inc.; Educators Credit Union; In Sink Erator; Miracle on Canal Street; The Norbell Foundation; Perimeter Gallery, Chicago; Real Racine; Robert W. Baird Foundation; Ruud Family Foundation; Carol C. Saunders