LOWELL -- Lowell Telecommunications Corporation -- LTC -- hosts a reception Saturday, Oct. 26, from 2-4 p.m. for Digital Art: Printmaking 2013 at LTC headquarters at 246 Market St.
The exhibit, part of Lowell Celebrates Printmaking, a city-wide exposition in conjunction with the Boston Printmakers Biennial, features work created in a number of digital platforms, blending art made using photographs, programs such as illustrator stills from video animation and more.
"The result is an array of art that takes everyday images and turns them on their heads," said LTC executive director Jessica Wilson.
LTC's goal in putting the show together was to showcase new techniques in the traditional craft of printmaking.
Jim Jeffers, an intermedia artist and designer working with computer mediation, web-art performance, photography and video in conjunction with conventional media, juried the show.
Featured artists include Stephen Clements, Eileen Ryan, Dan Rocha, Mari Weinberg and Noredin Morgan of Massachusetts; Petronio Bendito of Indiana; Robert Spahr of Illinois; Cyane Tornatzky of Colorado; Patty Harris of New York and Daehwan Cho of Idaho.
This is the only show in Lowell Celebrates Printmaking to feature digital art.
Other participating venues include 119 Gallery, ALL Arts Gallery at Gates Block, American Textile History Museum, Ayer Lofts Gallery, Brush Gallery and Artists Studios, Whistler House Museum of Art and Zeitgeist Gallery.