Recent Tom Killion Prints on display in Group Show:
Mendocino College Art Gallery, 1000 Hensley Creek Rd., Ukiah CA.
Opening Reception: Jan. 31, 4-6 PM (Killion will attend)
(707) 468-3087 https://www.mendocino.edu/the-arts/art/art-gallery
Killion’s Open Studio will take place at his Inverness Park Studio (51 Laurel St., Point Reyes Station) Friday, Saturday & Sunday after Thanksgiving, open 11-5 daily. Here you’ll find a complete selection of all Tom’s available prints, framed and unframed, plus some rare, out-of-print and unusual proofs only available at Open Studio events, and a selection of his books, posters and notecards. Visitors will be able to see wood blocks and materials from Killion’s latest prints and they can pull their own keepsake print from one of Tom’s ‘retired’ blocks on his hand printing press. Children welcome.
for more information and an interactive map: pointreyesart.com
Gary Snyder will be reading his poetry at the Ninth Annual Morton Marcus Poetry Reading, at the UC Santa Cruz Music Recital Hall in Santa Cruz, Thursday Nov. 15, doors open at 5:30, Free to Public. Tom is helping host the event and will be there with some prints and books to sign.
Lee Vining Community Center
Poetry Reading & Book Talk: Gary Snyder, Tom Killion, Kim Stanley Robinson
and many others
Celebrating their 'Naming Mt. Thoreau' Project & Book
Sponsored by the Mono Lake Committee
"Journey to Hokusai" by Chikara Motomura follows Tom Killion as he travels to Japan to study traditional hand-printing techniques in Kyoto, and visits places that inspired his artist-spirit mentor Hokusai. Chikara has launched a fundraising campaign to make the film. To learn more about this project and see the trailer visit: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/journey-to-hokusai#/
Only 2 more weeks left to support the film project!
Tom Killion's "California's Wild Edge" Exhibition: Prints and Poetry of the California Coast with special Santa Cruz County additions and major dispaly of wood blocks and proofs illustrating Killion's printmaking technique.
Artist's talk: Friday 6-7PM March 2
Free to the Public; for complete info on Museum hours and events visit: