Faith Ringgold         Coming to Jones Road     Serigraph, 2004

Opening March 10, 2016

Changing the Subject: The Women Artists of the Experimental Printmaking Institute

March 10th - April 2nd, 2016

The exhibition features work by EPI visiting artists, and offers a broad range of technique, media and style produced as original prints by renowned women artists.

 Opening Reception:   Sunday, March 13, 2-6 PM



Featured Artists

                    Emma Amos, Holly Brigham, Nanette Carter,

                     Elizabeth Catlett, Veronica Ceci, Cheryl Edwards,

                     Audrey Flack, Jana Van Hasselt, Grace Hartigan, 

                     Robin Holder, Kumi Korf, Lyn Lindemier,

                     Maryann Miller, Karima Muyeas, Faith Ringgold,

                      Priscilla Romero, Alison Saar, MichelleTalibah, 

                     Kay WalkingStick,  Joyce Wellman

About the Experimental Printmaking Institute

At the forefront of the future of printmaking, the not-for-profit EPI supports the work of renowned and novice artists, while also offering art students the chance to work with visiting artists. EPI is unique as a platform for a mentor-student relationship between the artist and student.  The Institute provides the access to the print studio, and housing for the artist’s stay.  In its mission to raise awareness about printmaking, EPI organizes and sponsors national and international exhibitions. These exhibitions and residences have inspired print editions, artist books, and experimental works.

Visit  for more information.                                                                     INDEX and PRICES

 About New Door Creative Gallery

New Door Creative is a gallery for fine art and fine art services located in the Station North Arts District of Baltimore, Maryland.  Since 2014, the gallery has exhibited the work of prominent and emerging visual artists; promoting an aesthetic informed by the wealth of perception, culture and tradition.

Gallery hours for the exhibition are:

Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Noon to 5PM, and by appointment

1601 Saint Paul Street,  Baltimore, Maryland

Please visit for more information.