Craig Mindell

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Craig  Mindell

Craig Mindell

Craig Mindell Description

Craig Mindell

Craig Mindell's is a contemporary printmaker living near Austin, Texas. His prints are vivid depictions of street scenes, houses, portraits and still lifes.  The works are large (24 by 36), and dramatic, using striking black and white or full color.  He was introduced to the print medium while at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Architecture. Currently, Mindell lives in Wells Branch outside of Austin, where he has installed a flatbed press.


Selected Exhibitions and Awards:

Participant—Fall Show, Austin Visual Arts Association, Austin Art Space, Austin, TX  2014

Solo Exhibition—O2 Gallery Flatbed Press Building, Austin, TX  2013

Participant—Art on Paper, Juried Exhibition Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, MD  2013

Participant—Second Kansas Triennial, Juried Traveling Exhibition across Kansas, 2000-2002

American Artist Magazine Award—Fine Arts Institute30th Annual Open, San Bernadino County, Redlands, CA  1995

Solo Exhibition—Queensborough Community College Art Gallery, Bayside, NY 1994

First Place—Priva B. Gross International Works on-of Paper, Juried Exhibition Queensboroug Community College Art Gallery, Bayside, NY 1994 

Producer/Participant—Two-Artist Exhibition, Lawrence Art Center, Lawrence, KS  1994

Participant—Central States Exhibition '94, Juried Exhibition, Pratt Community College, Pratt, KS  1994

Juror's Award—18th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Dodge City Area Arts Council, Dodge City, KS  1993

Participant—8th Annual International Klamath Juried Open, Klamath Falls, OR  1993

Participant—7th Annual International Klamath Juried Open, Klamath Falls, OR  1992

Honorable Mention—Spirit Echoes First National Exhibition and Juried Show, Austin, TX 1992

Participant—Southern Vermont Art Center's National Fall Juried Exhibition, Manchester, VT 1992

Juror's Choice Award—Art in the Woods-A Gallery Exhibition, Overland Park, KS 1992

Best of Show, Central States Exhibition, Pratt Community College, Pratt, KS  1992

Participant—Priva B. Gross International Works on-of Paper, Juried Exhibition Queensborough Community College Art Gallery, Bayside, NY 1992

Participant—Exhibition 51! Juried Show Cedar City Annual Art Exhibition, Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, Southern Utah State College, Cedar City, UT  1992

Best of Show—Central States Exhibition, Pratt Community College, Cedar City, UT  1992

Director Purchase Awards, Westomoreland Arts and Heritage Festival, Greensburg, PA  1992

Stuart Aubrey Award of Merit and Third Place Overall, Kansas State Fair Professional Art Exhibit, Hutchinson, KS 1991

Honorable Mention—Images, Highland Community College, Highland, KS 1991

Best of Show—Topeka Art Guild Summer Exhibition, Topeka KS 1990

Participant—Topeka Art Guild Summer Exhibition, Topeka, KS 1989

Solo Exhibition—Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library Gallery, Topeka, KS 1989

Solo Exhibition—Little Theatre, Washburn University, Topeka, KS  1988

Participant—Kaw River Valley Festival Juried Exhibition, Topeka, KS 1987

Participant—Go Fourth Celebration Juried Exhibition, Topeka, KS 1987

Participant—The Known and the New, Kansas Gallery of Fine Arts, Topeka, KS  1985


Selected Public Collections

Artist Printmaker Research Collection, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

QCC Art Gallery of the City University of New York, Bayside, NY

Mulvane Art Gallery, Washburn University, Topeka, KS

Topeka Public Library, Topeka, KS

Craig Mindell Statement

Artist Statement


In three layers, my work is all about impression.

 A successful work hits you all at once–its color, its energy, its beauty. It creates an impression. You are impressed.

I start out impressed by a visual event: a pattern of illumination and shadows across a face, the forms and hollows in a group of houses, the reflections of skyscrapers in the glass surfaces of other skyscrapers. Something impacts me with a sense of wonder, and gives me the impetus to process, interpret and reflect back that image.

And woodcuts are made by impression. Ink rolled onto a carved board (adhering to the surface that was not carved, and missing the part of the surface that was carved away) is pressed against paper, transferring the ink.

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