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Save the Date! Wildwood Press returns to the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair. Join us at the beautiful River Pavilion at Javits Center. Walk the High Line in the crisp fall air of New York City's spectacular new Hudson Yards, visit the nearby Chelsea Arts District and the Whitney Museum of American Art, or simply catch the sunset above the Hudson River each evening from inside the Print Fair. See you in October!
We will miss you all in 2018. We have stored the bubble wrap and have a year of printing ahead of us. Wildwood Press will return to the art fair circuit in 2019. See you then!
Join Wildwood Press at the Print Fair International Art Fair for Prints and Editions in New York this Fall. The fair is in a new location at the River Pavillion, Javitis Center, October 26 - 29, 2017. Contact us for tickets.
In 2014, Wildwood Press became a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association. We are so proud to be a part of this distinguished organization.
Nancy Kranzberg interviewed Maryanne Ellison Simmons on KDHX radio about how Wildwood Press works.
Wildwood Press enters its second decade as an active exhibitor in Art Fairs across the country—Art Chicago; FLOW, Aqua, and INK Miami Art Fair during Art Basel Week in Miami; the Editions/Artist Book show during Print Week in New York City; the Seattle Art Fair among them. In 2017, we will exhibit at the IFPDA Print Fair in New York.
Wildwood Press celebrated its first ten years with the exhibits Wildwood Press: Ten Years at the Usdan Gallery at Bennington College in Vermont in 2007 and Works in Progress: Prints from Wildwood Press at Faulconer Gallery at Grinnell College in Iowa in 2008. A Printer’s Spotlight, 15 Years of Wildwood Press at Gallery 210 followed at the University of Missouri St Louis in 2011, and Mark Making/Prints from Wildwood Press opened in 2012 at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art. In 2016, Wildwood Press celebrated its 20th year with Printmaking – A Fine Art: 20 Years of Wildwood Press, St. Louis at the Mitchell Museum, Cedarhurst Center for the Arts.