By suggestion of art history teacher Heidrun Hultgren, with special permission from Catherine Baker, Director of Enrollment Management and Student Services at Kent State University's Geauga Campus in Burton, Ohio, Baren's 6th Print Exchange is being featured in a Showcase Exhibit in the main lobby of the campus for the month of November.

Since the prints were small, it was decided that hanging them on thick linen thread lines with tiny clothespins would be an interesting way to show them. At the fore of each line is a list of the prints for that line, and includes each artist's name, location, print title, and any other information about the print that the artist provided.

Here are some photos of the exhibit (click any photo to see a pop-up enlargement).

Below the prints are two displays of the materials used in moku hanga and western style woodcuts and engravings, along with an explanation of the differences between each. Small labels identify each tool or art material.