Maaike Bouhuyzen-Wenger has been making prints since 2001. With wide-ranging interests, her first #printlove was relief, but she practices screen printing and lithography as well. She has a particular interest in illustrative and sequential works. Maaike has worked in various capacities with organizations such as Grimsby Public Art Gallery and Muskoka Arts and Crafts, and has been an inPrint member since its founding in 2008. Follow Maaike's Instagram at micamicare. Get in touch with Maaike at email@example.com
Maureen Da Silva, is the Studio Manager of the inPrint Collective where she has been sharing her love of lithography and other print media since its inception. A 2008 graduate of York University’s B.F.A program, Maureen has also completed her Masters of Arts at the University of Toronto (2009). Her research in her Women and Gender Studies Master’s program focused on inclusive politics within feminist art collectives. She has since also obtained a Certificate in Museum Studies from the Ontario Museum Association (2013). Maureen follows her passion with feminism and art by participating in the committee for the Feminist Art Collective (Toronto) and as a Speedball Demo Artist. She has received two OAC Exhibition Assistance Grants in 2015 and 2018. Her own practice in feminism and printmaking, as well as the artistic wealth of her print community has inspired Maureen to (hopefully) a lifetime of creativity. Get in touch with Maureen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shannon Moynagh is an artist and art educator who lives in Brampton, Ont. Graduating with her B.F.A from York University in 2009, she has since been involved with both the InPrint Collective and Beaux-Arts Brampton (BAB), creating art and teaching youth and adults. She has also taught painting and printmaking at Art City St. James Town, an organization that offers arts programming to at-risk youth in Toronto, and at various private schools across the G.T.A. Shannon has exhibited her work in Brampton, Toronto, Mississauga, and Montreal, and received an Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance grant in 2013. Her paintings and prints are inspired by nature, both thematically and technically; she is currently exploring the process of death, decay and trace. Get in touch with Shannon at email@example.com
Amye St. John is a printmaker and mother of two girls. She graduated from OCADU in 2015 with a BFA in Printmaking. Her practice has recently been mixed media and relief, but she also works in lithography, screenprint, and intaglio. Her work focuses on the everyday and plays with narratives. Amye has shown her work across the GTA, and has previously participated in inPrint events before becoming a member. She was born and continues to live in Brampton. Get in touch with Amye at firstname.lastname@example.org
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