Tom Killion's "California's Wild Edge" print show, featuring over fifty of his best original woodcut prints of the California coast, together with panels of poetry from his Gold Medal-winning 2015 book California's Wild Edge, will be on display for three months at the lovely Grace Hudson Museum, 431 South Main St., Ukiah, CA. On Saturday, August 12, 2-4 PM, Tom will present a slide lecture with a booksigning afterwards. For complete info call 707-467-5752 or visit: http://www.gracehudsonmuseum.org
Tom Killion's High Sierra: An exhibition of all Killion's current High Sierra prints, framed and unframed (all for sale). The show includes his rare "Isosceles Peak" framed (1500.00), and will feature Tom's newest multicolor vertical print of a huge Western White Pine overlooking the Palisades Creek and Middle Palisade Peak area of the John Muir Trail. Artist's Reception: Saturday afternoon Sept. 9, 3-5 PM. visit: http://anseladams.com/ansel-adams-gallery-in-yosemite/exhibits/
Tom Killion will be showing a large collection of his available multi-color prints framed and for sale at Toby's Feed Barn Gallery, on Hwy. 1 in downtown Pt. Reyes Station throughout the month of July. Landscape Photographs by Marin's Loren Soderberg will also be exhibited. Hours: 9AM-5PM (10AM Sunday). For more info call 415-663-1223 or visit tobysfeedbarn.com
Tom Killion's Memorial Day Weekend Open Studio event runs Sat.-Monday, 11am-5pm daily. Killion's studio is located at 51 Laurel St., "Inverness Park" (in Point Reyes Station 94956). Visitors can view and purchase all Killion's currently available work, framed and unframed, including rare and out-of-print pieces unavailable elsewhere; Killion's books, posters and notecards are also available. Visitor's can see the steps in Killion's printmaking process including original woodblocks and progressive proofs, and pull their own keepsake print on Killion's hand-cranked printing press. Children welcome. For complete information on the Point Reyes Open Studios art tour and interactive map please visit: pointreyesart.com
Tom Killion's "California's Wild Edge" show of his finest original prints of the California coast, complemented by panels of coastal poetry from his award-winning book of the same title, is once again available for viewing in the Bay Area. The current show is hosted by Pleasanton's Museum on Main, located at 603 Main St. in downtown Pleasanton.
Hours: 10am-4pm Tues.-Sat., Sun.: 1-4. (925) 462-2766. Admission Free.
RECEPTION/SLIDE LECTURE: Sat. June 3, 4-6pm: Tom will present a short slide talk about his coastal work and introduce some of his new projects. Original blocks and proofs will be on view and Killion will be happy to discuss his printmaking techniques as well.
For complete information please visit: http://www.museumonmain.org
Tom will be teaching a one-day workshop on his Japanese-style woodcut printmaking technique at the Palo Alto Art League in downtown Palo Alto on Saturday, March 18, 2017. The class will include instruction in block carving and the production of a proof-ready single color block print by each student. Limited to 20 students, register early. To register call 650-321-3891 or visit: http://pacificartleague.org
Tom will present a slide lecture on his latest book "California's Wild Edge" and his art of the California Coast at the Live Oak (Green) Grange Hall, 1900 17th Ave. (up a few blocks from Capitola Road). 6:30 PM. Hosted by the Ventana Chapter of the Sierra Club.
A show of Killion's best Marin County images and other works will be on view at the Bartolini Gallery in the Marin Center Exhibit Hall, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael (Civic Center Theater area, where County Fair is held). Open 10-5 weekdays or by appointment call: Libby Garrison 415-473-6014.
Davis Arts Center, 1919 F St., Davis CA:
February 1-11: Tom will be showing his woodcut prints of the High Sierra at the Tsao Gallery.
February 11, 7-9PM: Tom, Gary Snyder, Kim Stanley Robinson and other writers will discuss their "Naming Mt. Thoreau" project in the High Sierra, with poetry and prose readings.
for more info: www.davisartscenter.org
Tom Killion & Gary Snyder will be discussing their collaborative work and the value of Wilderness in their artistic imaginations as the featured speakers at the 15th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City & Grass Valley. Tom will also have a special Wilderness Art Show at the Alexander Gallery in Nevada City during the entire festival, from Friday afternoon thru Sunday Jan. 13-15.
Friday Jan. 13, 4-6:30 PM: Tom Killion Print Show: "Art Walk" Reception, Alexander Gallery (225 Broad St., Nevada City) Free to Public
Saturday Jan. 14, 6-9 PM: Tom Killion & Gary Snyder Discuss "California's Wild Edges: Wilderness and the Artistic Imagination" Del Oro Theatre, Grass Valley Tickets Required
Sunday Jan. 15, 11-1 PM: Tom Killion & Gary Snyder: Book Signing and Artist's Informal Talk: Alexander Gallery, Nevada City Free to Public
for complete info & tickets: WildandScenicFilmFestival.org
Killion's Thanksgiving Open Studio event will be held Friday thru Sunday, 11-5 daily at 51 Laurel St. in Inverness Park (94956 zipcode). Visit http://pointreyesart.com/map for a map and complete info on the event. Tom will be showing/selling all his available woodcut prints, framed and unframed, along with rare and out-of-print images and special working proofs, large-format edition prints, books, notecards (NEW this year) and posters. Visitors can see Killion's original wood blocks and sketches, progressive proofs showing his intricate printmaking PROCESS, and try their hand at printing their own KEEPSAKE PRINT on Killion's hand-press. Children welcome.
Belvedere-Tiburon Library, 7-9PM: Tom Killion will be presenting a slide lecture about his award-winning book on the California Coast: "California's Wild Edge: The Coast in Prints, Poetry and History", along with a book signing and sale of unframed original woodcut prints. Visit the Library's website for complete info: https://www.beltiblibrary.org
Tom Killion will present a slide lecture on his "California's Wild Edge" print series which is being shown in the Reese Bullen Gallery at Humboldt State University, Arcata, from Sept. 1-Oct. 8. Humboldt County poets Jerry Martien and Jim Dodge will read poems of the northern coast. The slide lecturre and reading will be at HSU Library 2nd Floor Authors' Hall. A reception will follow in the Reese Bullen Gallery. For complete info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-826-5818
Located in the creekside redwood groves of Mill Valley's historic Old Mill Park, the Festival is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year with a poster featuring Tom's new woodcut print of "Mill Valley Lumber". The Festival takes place Sat.-Sun. Sept. 17-18, 10-5 daily. Visit Tom's Booth #62, in the center of the Festival near the Old Mill, where Tom will be showing a great selection of original woodcut prints, framed and unframed, including original prints of the Festival's poster image. Music, children's entertainment, food, drink and friends liven up this community event where Killion got his start as a teenage artist in the 1960s. The Festival is also celebrating its 60th Anniversary with a GALA party at 142 Throckmorton Theatre on Saturday evening, Sept. 10, featuring a party band of luminary MV musicians like Bill Champlin.
For complete info visit: mvfaf.org
Santa Cruz Printers Chapel: Group Retrospective (includes 4 Killion pieces): Dependable Letterpress: Negative Space Gallery 1192 Illinois St. San Francisco thru Oct. 21. visit dependableletterpress.com
Killion Framed Print Show: 142 Throckmorton, Mill Valley thru Sept. (celebrating Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival with Marin County scenes). visit: throckmortontheatre.org
See Tom's latest original prints, large-format prints and a complete selection of available work at California's premier outdoor art show. Located at Sausalito's Marinship Park off Bridgeway Ave., the Festival runs thru Labor Day Weekend, Sat.-Mon., 9-5 daily, with a GALA fundraiser Friday evening. Tom will be at Booth #333, in the 'middle tennis courts' area. Live music, children's entertainment and great food and drink make this fun show, especially if you take the Ferry from the City or East Bay.
For complete info and tickets Visit: http://sausalitoartfestival.org/#intro
See Tom Killion's original woodcut prints of the California coast, along with excerpts of poetry from his gold medal-winning book "California's Wild Edge" at the Reese Bullen Gallery of the HSU Art Dept. in Arcata, from September 1 through October 8, 2016. A Public Lecture by Killion along with local poets Jerry Martien & Jim Dodge will be held Sept. 22 (see below). The Gallery is open Mon.-Fri. 12-5 (7pm on Th.), Sat. 10-2. Located in HSU Art Dept., at B & Laurel. Contact: email@example.com or 707-826-5814
Visit Tom's Booth #448 (on University Ave. between Bryant & Florence) in downtown Palo Alto on the weekend of August 27-28, 10AM-6PM daily. Tom will be there with his original wood and lino-cut prints, framed and unframed, as well as a selection of his award-winning books and notecard sets. Visit: mlaproductions.com
Killion's Marin Landscape Prints will be on display at this annual show benefiting Buckelew Programs mental health services for the Northbay. Killion will give apublic lecture on his printmaking process on Saturday June 25th at 11am; the show will be open to the public Sat. & Sun. from 12-5PM. Escalles is at 771 Magnolia Ave., with beautiful grounds rarely seen by the public. visit: buckelew.org/marinscapes for details.
Killion will discuss and demonstrate his printmaking techniques and landscape art philosophy at the Craft in America Study Center at 8415 Third St. in LA on Sat. June 4 at 4PM; afterwards we'll move next door to Freehand Gallery where a large selection of Killion's original prints are for sale. For more info visit: http://www.craftinamerica.org/center/ and http://www.freehand.com