The Big Question Print Series is a project that begins in January 2012.
The Project Room asked printmaker Charles Spitzack to create new works on paper in response to the current theme, Why Do We Make Things?” Charles is creating a limited edition series of twelve woodblock prints and documenting the progress online and during open studio hours. The work will be displayed in The Project Room as it is completed.
Charles will work from The Project Room Saturdays from 1-4pm. To see more happenings, visit the Calendar.
About the Artist:
Charles Spitzack is a Midwest artist and entrepreneur based out of Seattle WA. Taking a multifaceted approach to survival, Spitzack is the founder of The New Number Two, a small business operating in the Capitol Hill neighborhood offering a wide range of hands-on services. Though he graduated from Cornish College of Art in 2010 with a focus in Print Arts & Drawing, Spitzack prefers to be known as a self-realized individual.
The majority of Spitzack’s work resolves itself in the form of a print. Dedicated to dissolving barriers in commitment to the communal whole, Spitzack has found printmaking to be an excellent way to express these ideas in both subject matter and process. Having dedicated himself to a life of mystery at the age of nine, he wonders how long he will be able to hold on before becoming a Jehovah’s Witness.
Charles works in association with Davidson Galleries
A limited number of prints will be for sale, either individually or in the complete set. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Above image: ‘Introduction’: Response #1 from The Big Question Print Series (detail) by Charles Spitzack, 2011. Woodblock print.