I’ve got a few images in the GRAPHIC; Drawings & Prints show at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC. Here’s an example of one of the screenprint and ink images that I’ve been making – 3 of them are in the show. Exhibit runs from May 6 – July 5.
“This video, created by Harrison Moenich, shows the process of making REFLECTIONS, an original 2,500 square foot screen printed collage created by a team of printmakers/volunteers over the course of five months in 2013. Inspired by our 50th anniversary and led by artist Bill Fick, this group of artists created a screen printed collage for the True F. Luck Gallery that celebrates the many people, places, materials, and milestones that have shaped our community art center over the past 50 years.”
Big Thanks to Caroline Wright!
I’ve recently installed a mural at Greenhill Gallery in Greensboro, NC. Its part of the ANIMATED! exhibit that will be up from September 6 – November 9. Here’s a stop-motion video of the work in progress.
Here’s some good press about Fick and Supergraphic in The Durham News. Thanks to Deborah Meyer for the article and Harry Lynch for the photos.
Read the article HERE
6 Pigbat prints were recently on view at the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC. as part of the biennial Art on Paper show. Very cool to see them side by side and stacked up to about 10 feet tall. These hand-colored screen prints were made at Artists Image Resource (AIR) in Pittsburgh in 2010.
Earlier this month I was in the Charm City (Baltimore) working at Brian Garner’s Lithoshop. Brian and crew did a fantastic job printing up all the new editions and posters. Check out Brian’s Tumblr to see more pics. Our good buddy Calvin Custin put together this sweet little video of the opening party.
Here’s a short documentary by Ayanna Seals and Frith Gowan about my interest in making monster images. The piece was made during a summer workshop taught by Jim Haverkamp at The Center for Documentary Studies in Durham, NC.
Here’s an image I made for a portfolio organized by Joe Lupo at West Virginia University. The portfolio, NOT Approved By The Comics Code Authority, included work by 9 artists who are influenced by comics.