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typechoc wine series

Work selected for Photowork ’14

My fine art photo based mainly from a photo of the Bittenbender building in Scranton, PA, is being exhibited at the national juried show, Photowork ’14, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepskie, NY. Distinguished juror for Photowork ‘14, Karen Haas, Lane Curator of Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, selected 80 works from 46 artists from the more than 600 entries.

Show details:

The Photowork ’14 exhibition is scheduled for Saturday, June 14, 2014 through Saturday, July 12, 2014 in the historic Barrett Art Gallery 1850’s townhouse, located at 55 Noxon Street, Poughkeepsie, New York.  An opening reception will be held on June 14 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.



The Workshop brings a trendy art business to downtown Scranton


Thanks Autumn for the great article on my letterpress studio!

Originally posted on NEPAnomics:

BY Autumn Granza, junior communication arts major

The smell of machinery and ink filled the small work space on Adams Ave. in Scranton.

Paper lay strewn across the counter and a closer look showed letters perfectly matched and strategically placed on a frame. Traces of ink covered each letter, and a pattern shown in each letter from the paper’s texture. Fresh ink, recently mixed, lay ready for another go.

Christine Medley smiled as she hung the construction paper on the line to dry. She took a step back, admired her work and wiped her hands in her apron.

“My grandfather had a typesetting shop back in the 40s, 50s, and 60s,” said Medley. “There has always been some kind of family connection there.”

Medley opened The Workshop last May and has been printmaking for around 25 years. Medley is also an assistant professor of graphic design at Marywood University. Opening the shop was…

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Dreadful Illustration Makes The New Yorker

My illustration was selected from a group of 1000 submissions and published in the May 12th issue of the New Yorker. The drawing is part of the Brooklyn Library Sketchbook Project and serves for a promo for a new Showtime series, Penny Dreadful.

Dreadful Project

Bird nest necklace workshop-one time only

Happy Hour Jewelry Making

May 9, 6-8 p.m. at The Workshop, 334 Adams.

Make it for yourself or for Mother’s Day. $10 covers supplies (wire, beads, one chain). Make as many pendants as you like. Email me to sign up


Sketchbook Project-Brooklyn Library

Sketchbook cat paintings

My book is digitized so you can check out my crazy cat lady drawings. You can also catch it on tour if you live in any of these cities:

Check it out!

Johnson College and Maker Faire Video

I worked with Johnson College to make a letterpress coaster for a feature article to help with the announcement of the Scranton Maker Faire. Check it out!

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