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2014


YAY BIG GALLERY DIRECTOR & FLOOR SWEEPER JOE MARSHALL ART AGITATOR KRRRL MAGICAL TANYA RIcH CHUCO CONNECTION FEDERIcO VILLALbA PHOTOS + CATALOG DESIGN DOMINIc AZ bONUccELLI

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

TANYA RIcH

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HENRY MORALES

cATALOG - 2ND EDIT

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MARTIN QUINTANILLA JOE MARSHALL

THE pRINT VERSIO N OF THIS cATALOG IS AVAILAbLE FOR pU RcHASE ON LULU.cO M

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

YOU AND YOUR bIG IDEAS GALLERY (YAYbIG) I started You And Your Big Ideas Gallery (YAYBIG) in December 2012 with the goal to allow Tucson artists a place to show off their visions. Since I am a woodblock printer, I bring my personal focus on printmaking to YAYBIG. I use YAYBIG as a platform to show, explore and get folks interested in printmaking, and making prints themselves. I consider YAYBIG a laboratory, for artists to experiment and question their Big Ideas.

<< Joe Marshall TUcSON 2014

www.YaybigArt.com

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TANYA RIcH MAKES A SILKSCREEN MONOPRINT AT THE SCULPTURE RESOURCE CENTER, TUCSON >>>

ROGO MAKES LASER CUT LINOLEUM PRINTS AT MAKETOPOLIS, TUCSON

GONZALO ESpINOSA MAKES A SILKSCREEN MONOPRINT AT THE SCULPTURE RESOURCE CENTER, TUCSON >>>

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JOSHUA wOODHALL MAKES A SILKSCREEN MONOPRINT AT SCULPTURE RESOURCE CENTER, TUCSON


JOE MARSHALL MAKES A WOODCUT PRINT AT THE YAYBIG GALLERY, TUCSON >>> DANNY MARTIN PREPARES A LARGE WHEAT PASTE IMAGE, TUCSON

TANYA RIcH MAKES RELIEF PRINTS AT XEROCRAFT, TUCSON

ROGO MAKES LASER CUT LINOLEUM PRINTS AT THE OPULARIUM, TUCSON >>>

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ANTHONY MAKES SILKSCREEN PRINTS AT THE GLOO FACTORY, TUCSON


YAYbIG GOES ON TOUR Prints travel easily.  We can load an entire collection in a Honda Fit, drive across the desert, and exhibit prints in a pop-up gallery that evening.  So far we have shown in El Paso, Albuquerque and HENRY MORALES

Phoenix, and would like to extend the reach to Las Cruces, Los Angeles and other Southwestern cities. Moreover, we always bring new prints home to excite the artists back in Tucson.  Thus the aim of Yay Big Southwest is to create a dialog between the neighboring artists, in this region that faces three art centers—Mexico, California and New York.  Hopefully our kindred artists will respond to each other's work, and renew their enthusiasm for creating more prints, paintings and sculptures.  

GONZALO ESpINOSA

HENRY MORALES

I began to wonder how those prints might reach a larger audience, and imagined the Yay Big Gallery as a staging area for bigger shows.  As this whim grew, I dreamed of exhibiting in far away cities.  That idea blossomed after I

While paintings would also spark dialog—fewer of them fit in the car, and we could not risk

remembered the prints I bought from the Maintain Creative Coalition, during the previous two Chalk the Block festivals

damaging one-of-a-kind masterpieces.  Obviously showing sculpture is also out of the question,

in El Paso.  So I called up Federico Villalba, and he helped us set up the first Yay Big Southwest pop-up gallery at El

even though Tanya Rich and I are very proud of the sculptors in Tucson, having each staged the

Paso’s 6th annual Chalk the Block festival (October 11 - 13, 2013). There Federico, Tanya Rich and I showed off prints

Tucson Sculpture Festival in the last two years.  However for nomadic showings, the print medium

from Tucson and El Paso, as well as a few from Albuquerque and Phoenix, at the elegant and historic  Camino Real

is the only convenient alternative.  Thinner, cheaper and not as precious (for the multiple copies),

Hotel, in the room adjacent to the Dome Bar (famous because it sits below a huge Tiffany glass dome). 

prints can be moved with less worry, and thus are perfect for cross pollinating art between the yuccas and saguaros.

Technically this was not my first traveling print show, as Gabriel Jaureguiberry let us show for a month in  Albuquerque at Ace Barbershop (July 2012). However the El Paso "pop-up" exhibition gave us ideas—and we followed-

This groundswell incubated in the Yay Big (You And Your Big ideas) Gallery, on the edge of

up with pop-up shows in Albuquerque at the New Grounds Print Workshop and Gallery (during the First Friday ARTScrawl,

downtown Tucson. That small gallery occupies a store front of the "Pleasure World—Artist Studios

March 7th, 2014); and another in Phoenix at 11th Monk3y (during the First Friday Art Walk, April 4th, 2014).  We are

and Galleries" building, next to the George Strasburger Studio.   Its director, Joe Marshall, favors

now thirsting to show prints at more pop-up galleries.

print shows, as he is a master relief printmaker himself.  I hide in my tiny studio in the back of the building, attending as many of Joe's First Saturday openings as I can.

My renewed print fever goes back a little further, to when Martin Quintanilla joined the Sculpture Resource Center in Tucson.  He brought all his relief prints to his new studio, which inspired Gonzalo Espinosa to start making silk screen monoprints once again.  That culminated in a print fair at the Sculpture Resource Center (June, 2012) ; and then Gonzalo, Joshua Woodhall and I started working together as the print collective "Taller Sin Miedo." Joe Marshall gave our collective a show in at the Yay Big Gallery (March 2013). Before then I had been shuttling between Southwestern cities, interacting with the local artists. I lived in Juarez and Midland for a bit, collaborated on frescoes in Lubbock, San Angelo, El Paso and Tucson, and frequented drawing groups in Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Phoenix and Austin.  Basically I've been dodging gentrification ever since I left Albuquerque on Cinco de Mayo, 2007.  Working out of my car, I treated the whole Southwest as my studio.  Thus it is only natural to go back and show prints, and buy a few also, in the cities where I know the artists.

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GONZALO ESpINOSA MURAL ON THE SIDE OF THE ARCHES BUILDING

JOE MARSHALL


This catalog documents those prints which I have collected since 2012. I favor prints that surface in public (having made it out of the print studio), and which lean towards the style of the Taller de Grafica Popular. However, I also admire Japanese printmakers, and appreciate contemporary styles as well. The prints in the catalog reflect only what I have seen in my travels, and what I could afford to buy. Thus the catalog may not represent the best work from each artist, nor is it inclusive, lacking many Tucson and other Southwestern printmakers.  Beyond just documenting my collection, I see this self-published catalog as a tool— to instigate more printmaking, and encourage admirers to collect prints.  The catalog even KRRRL

suggests that artists break into new territories, like "Augmented Reality" or "Columiere" MYKL wELLS

prints.  We are already using the laser cutter to make woodblock prints, and look forward to experimenting with "waterless lithography."   Furthermore, we even bought some prints

OCTOBER 11–13, 2013 PHOTOS BY FEDERICO VILLALBA

from Etsy for the collection . Why not push printmaking into the 21st century?   I was delighted to get prints for this catalog from Toru Sugita and Juan Fuentes, both of whom I met at the Mission cultural Center in San Francisco, back in the 90s.  We have been encouraged by Manuel Guerra, Lecturer at UTEP and printmaker.  We'd also like to thank Regina Held of New Grounds Print Workshop in Albuquerque, and Ruben Gonzales of 11th Monk3y in Phoenix, for allowing Yay Big Southwest to show our prints in their spaces. This catalog debuts in June, 2014 at the mothership—Yay Big Gallery in downtown Tucson (174 E. Toole Avenue)—for the month long Yay Big Southwest print show.  Now we have something to look at during the weekends, when we artists gather for "mental menudo" and talk about what we are going to print next. As a follow up, we are sponsoring a Yay Big Print Exchange of 8x10 inch prints, due September 15th, 2014.   More details can be found online at YayBigPrintExchange.blogspot.com Prints have to be seen!  In catalogs, museums, popup galleries, coffee houses, barbershops, print fairs, on the streets.  Let’s make some noise.

<< Krrrl MIcHAEL cONTRERAS

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AT EL pASO’S 6TH ANNUAL

cHALK THE bLOcK FESTIVAL


pAMELA wESOLEK DOES A pRINT DEMONSTRATION

NEw GROUNDS pRINT wORKSHOp AND GALLERY

DURING THE FIRST FRIDAY ARTScRAwL MARCH 7, 2014

11TH MONK3Y DURING THE FIRST FRIDAY ART wALK

APRIL 4, 2014


THE OpULARIUM

YAY bIG GALLERY OpENING NIGHT JUNE 7, 2014

PHOTO BY ENEIDA COLON

pLANET HAMSTER

THE AcADEMY OF wONDERMENT

PHOTO BY ENEIDA COLON

PHOTO BY ENEIDA COLON

PHOTO BY ENEIDA COLON

PHOTO BY ENEIDA COLON

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PHOTO BY ENEIDA COLON

PHOTO BY ENEIDA COLON

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SIZES LISTED DEScRIbE pRINTED AREA ONLY AND NOT pApER SIZE

adabel allen NESTING - cOOpERATION INTAGLIO 6.75 X 10.5” ALBUQUERQUE

brad albright TENTASKULL SILKSCREEN 5 X 14” DALLAS

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morgan anderson bAbY SHARK

southwest print collection JUNE 7-29, 2014

RELIEF PRINT 5 X 6.5” TUCSON

anastasia andersen 22

FISH FETISH

RELIEF PRINT

11.5 X 11.5”

ALBUQUERQUE


bicas bIKING bUDDIES SILKSCREEN 14 X 21.75” TUCSON

stu biscoe 24

U

SILKSCREEN

6 X 6”

PHOENIX


dominic arizona bonuccelli

ALIcE

SILKSCREEN

24.5 X 16.5”

TUCSON

thomas breeze TREE OF LIFE SILKSCREEN 8.75 X 12” PHOENIX

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southwest print collection JUNE 7-29, 2014

tenacity nicole chadbourne

cristina cardenas 28

xOLOTLZcUINTLI

SILKSCREEN MONOPRINT

12 X 12”

TUCSON

RELIEF PRINT

5 X 6”

PHOENIX


david a. clark ENCAUSTIC MONOPRINT 14 X 17” PALM SPRINGS

michael contreras

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HAND-COLORED ETCHING

23.5 X 8.5”

TUCSON


jordan crane ALL wOUND Up SILKSCREEN 11.5 X 18.25” LOS ANGELES

deborah cool-flowers SITE 30 cAVE KIVA MASK AQUATINT, ETCHING & CHINE-COLLÉ 12 X 12” EL PASO

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francisco delgado SIRENA FRONTERIZA

southwest print collection JUNE 7-29, 2014

RELIEF PRINT 5 X 7.25” EL PASO

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wesley fawcett creigh THE bREAKFAST cLUb INTAGLIO 8.5 X 6” TUCSON


daniel martin diaz ExORcISM SILKSCREEN 8 X 11” TUCSON

ernest de soto bARNEY’S GIRLS LITHOGRAPHY 16.75 X 22.5” TUCSON

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gonzalo espinosa AbORTO DE MIS IDEAS SILKSCREEN 15.75 X 19.5” TUCSON

do art UTEp department of art cHALK THE bLOcK SILKSCREEN 11 X 17” EL PASO

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rudy flores RELIEF PRINT 6.5 X 9.75” TUCSON

juan r. fuentes 40

LUIS DE LAS FLORES

RELIEF PRINT

18 X 12.5”

SAN FRANCISCO


greybeard

AcE bARbER SHOp

SILKSCREEN

18 X 18”

ALBUQUERQUE

manuel guerra ETCHING 4 X 5.75” EL PASO

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john paul gutierrez SILKSCREEN 16.5 X 20” ALBUQUERQUE

regina held bREASTpLATE FOR SHOwING bOLDLY ‘ULO’ LITHOGRAPHY 5 X 5” ALBUQUERQUE

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jennifer hill

SwIMMER

RELIEF PRINT

14 X 19”

TUCSON

eric hodgins

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DANcE TILL YOU DROp

INTAGLIO

11 X 6”

PHOENIX


susan kay johnson ETCHING 8.75 X 11.75” TUCSON

devon inglee REDUCTION RELIEF PRINT 12 X 24” TUCSON

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john king INTROSpEcTION WOODBLOCK REDUCTION PRINT 7 X 14” ALBUQUERQUE

molly kiely TEcOpA JANE LETTERPRESS HATCH PRINT 12.5 X 21.5” TUCSON

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krrrl TAN-DRIAN

southwest print collection JUNE 7-29, 2014

SILKSCREEN 15 X 21” ALBUQUERQUE

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tad lamb

bLAcK-cHINNED HUMMINGbIRD

ETCHING AND AQUATINT

8.5 X 5.75”

TUCSON


eli levin SANTA FE ART ScENE INTAGLIO 7 X 8.75” SANTA FE

maria lee INTAGLIO 3 X 5.5” TUCSON

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brian maclaskey LIcK YOUR wOUNDS

southwest print collection JUNE 7-29, 2014

SILKSCREEN 7.25 X 10.25” AUSTIN

maintain 56

MAINTAIN MObILE A STREET GALLERY

SILKSCREEN

10 X 10”

EL PASO


joe marshall GRODY ScOUT VERMILLION RELIEF REDUCTION PRINT 11.75 X 15” TUCSON

danny martin

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SpEEDwAY

RELIEF PRINT

16.75 X 14.25”

TUCSON


jerry mccarty RELIEF PRINT 15 X 9” TUCSON

jacob matteson

60

RISING TIERS

ETCHING

17.5 X 11.75”

ALBUQUERQUE


matt mccoy VELO TUcSON

southwest print collection JUNE 7-29, 2014

SILKSCREEN 13 X 20” TUCSON

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henry morales

FOOTHILL RIDE

WOODCUT PRINT

14 X 11”

ALBUQUERQUE


martin moreno

LIFE, DEATH, LOVE

RELIEF PRINT

19 X 19”

PHOENIX

ruben urrea moreno DOLORES LA cHINGONA SILKSCREEN 12.75 X 20” TUCSON

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victor muheddine STAMPS 22 X 29.5” EL PASO

zack osowski

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FOR wE KNOw NOT wHAT wE DO

SILKSCREEN

19 X 13.5”

PHOENIX


joe pagac HANGING ON ETCHING 4 X 6” TUCSON

zeque penya ORALE SILKSCREEN 15.5 X 21.5” EL PASO

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poe

SILKSCREEN

10 X 10.5”

EL PASO

martin quintanilla LOTERíA RELIEF PRINT 20 X 28” TUCSON

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kaitlin reese cOYOTE RELIEF PRINT 5.75 X 5.25” ALBUQUERQUE

alfred quiroz HOw bROwN AM I? SILKSCREEN MONOPRINT 16 X 22” (EACH PRINT) TUCSON

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tanya rich ARE YOU cO-OpTING MY ANGER? SILKSCREEN 16.5 X 17” TUCSON

colectivo rezizte REZIZTE SILKSCREEN 15.5 X 21.75” JUAREZ

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jenn rodriguez ROc RELIEF PRINT 4 X 6” SAN ANTONIO

rogo THIS TASTES AwFUL RELIEF PRINT 4.75 X 7” TUCSON

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saba SILKSCREEN 12 X 18” LAS CRUCES

andrew rush 78

cENTRAL pARK

ETCHING

6 X 5.75”

TUCSON


southwest print collection JUNE 7-29, 2014

rafael serrano

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christy schwathe URbANITE REDUCTION RELIEF PRINT 7.75 X 9.5” TAOS

cUSHO

INTAGLIO

9.25 X 7.5”

NOGALES, SONORA


edwin stewart

STENCIL

18 X 15”

EL PASO

toru sugita 82

A SHApE #2

ETCHING AND AQUATINT

18 X 11.75”

SAN FRANCISCO


mykl wells

wil taylor RIDE SILKSCREEN 6.75 X 9.5” TUCSON

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THE pASS

RELIEF PRINT

12 X 9”

TUCSON


donovan white SILKSCREEN 13.25 X 18” TUCSON

pamela wesolek LONG LEGS ETCHING 5 X 7” ALBUQUERQUE

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joshua woodhall

TROUbLED JESUS

SILKSCREEN

21.5 X 15”

TUCSON

howard yoffe SILKSCREEN 8.75 X 13.5” TUCSON

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nicole yvonne SAILOR RELIEF PRINT 2.5 X 3.5” TUCSON

yorch REZIZTE SILKSCREEN 11.5 X 20” JUAREZ

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DANNY MARTIN

REGINA HELD

ROGO

JOE MARSHALL

GONZALO ESpINOSA

ROGO TANYA RIcH ROGO TORU SUGITA

MYKL wELLS JOE MARSHALL

ROGO

JOE MARSHALL HENRY MORALES

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KRRRL

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

DANNY MARTIN

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

RUDY FLORES


MYKL wELLS

RUDY FLORES

RUDY FLORES

TANYA RIcH ROGO JOE MARSHALL

HENRY MORALES

RUDY FLORES

wIL TAYLOR JOE MARSHALL RUDY FLORES

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

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wIL TAYLOR

MYKL wELLS

HENRY MORALES

ROGO

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

pAMELA wESOLEK

MARTIN QUINTANILLA


TANYA RIcH

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

HENRY MORALES

TANYA RIcH

MIcHAEL cONTRERAS

TORU SUGITA NIcOLE YVONNE

MANUEL GUERRA

MYKL wELLS

NIcOLE YVONNE ZEQUE pENYA

TANYA RIcH

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KRRRL

HENRY MORALES

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

ROGO

HENRY MORALES


GONZALO ESpINOSA MAKES A SILKSCREEN MONOPRINT AT THE SCULPTURE RESOURCE CENTER, TUCSON >>>

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

JOE MARSHALL

MARTIN QUINTANILLA

pLANET RAbbIT

ROGO ROGO

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TANYA RIcH

DANNY MARTIN


Michael Contreras's print was selected for the 2011 All Souls Procession poster. The next year, Martin Quintanilla, a prolific printmaker himself, and Jorge Gonzales recreated that print as a float for the 2012 All Souls Procession (AllSoulsProcession.org). We also recreated the Mayan painting by Martin Quintanilla and Joshua Woodhall.

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“TAcO!” bY DAVID FIGUEROA

DIREcTIONS Download the smartphone apps with the QR codes below left, then load the app & point your phone at the art below & on the facing page....

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IpHONE App

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In the future, fine art prints will also be enhanced with augmented reality. The Augment El Paso team is: David Figueroa, Claudia Ley, Carlos Luevano, Ruth Zhetner, Robert Castaneda, Jessica Hudson, Jacob Gray, Chelsea Kubesh and Romi Adams.

FRANcELLA SELGADO “DASH7” bY RUTH ZEHNTNER

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ANDROID App

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NExT Up: pARTIcIpATE IN THE YAY bIG pRINT ExcHANGE 8 x 10” (pApER SIZE) pRINTS. AN EDITION OF 15. DUE SEpTEMbER 15TH, 2014. MORE INFORMATION AT:

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THE pRINT VERSION OF THIS cATALOG IS AVAILAbLE FOR pURcHASE ON LULU.cOM HENRY MORALES

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“Lumiere” means “light” in French, “Coleur” means “color.” The prefix “Co-” indicates “along with.” The word, COLUMIERE, coined by the artist, is the interaction of color in art when colored LED light is shined on it. Reid Silvern and Ruy Ley are developing "Columiere" images, where different colored lights can actually change the image. This color approach could also be used for future prints as well.


pRINT wORKSHOp JUNE 12, 2014

pRINT FAIR JUNE 14, 2014

pRINT FAIR JUNE 14, 2014

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