Opening Reception :Saturday, October 7 from 5pm-7pm

JWG is pleased to present its first showing of Craig Stover’s printmaking work. The gallery will be wallpapered with over 150 unique artist proof prints from Craig Stover’s studio.  This is the first time that Jed Williams Gallery presents an exhibit devoted exclusively to printmaking.



“I knew that I wanted to become an artist at the age of 16. My work has taken many twists and turns over the years but through it all, I’ve held on to my love of making pictures. I enjoy the process of creating images that emerge from my imagination while keeping an eye on art history and current art theory. Preferring to work in series, I have enjoyed making images based on themes like The Three Graces, Adam and Eve, Odalisques, Saturn and various other mythologies. After 2001, two new themes that came from my imagination that proved pivotal in my work emerged: Imaginary Botanicals and Phantom Animals. Through all of this, I feel that my work remains both autobiographical and socially introspective.

I have also had the pleasure of working with many arts organizations in Philadelphia such as Creative Artists Network (now the Center for Emerging Visual Artists), The Philadelphia Art Alliance, The Avenue of the Arts, the Snyderman-Works Galleries, Woodmere Museum of Art, Cheltenham Center for the Arts, the Academy of Natural Sciences, The Fairmount Art Center, Manayunk Arts Center, and The Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia. I currently hold the position of Executive Director of Allens Lane Art Center and teach printmaking at Haverford College.”

–quoted from Craig Stover’s website: picturemaker.com