Graphic artist Earl Newman began his career at the age of 12 as an apprentice in Malden, Massachusetts, and worked in Venice, California through the 1960s. Since 1972, he's designed and produced prints from his home studio in Summit, Oregon. His serigraphs include nature images, original sketches, and posters for a variety of events and venues including the Oregon State University Theatre, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Abbot Kinney Street Fair, and the Monterey Jazz Festival. The complete series of his Monterey Jazz Festival posters was recently acquired by the Smithsonian Institute's Division of Musical History for its permanent collection in the archives of the National Museum of American History.
Prints from throughout Newman’s career will be on view at the Autzen House from January 13 through March 20. Join us for a reception during the Corvallis Arts Walk on March 19 from 4–6pm. Email us at [email protected] for more information or to request a visit outside of gallery hours. All prints on display are available for purchase, and you can see more of Newman’s eclectic work online at earlnewmanprints.com.
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