In November 2017, Marcavage will have a solo exhibition of prints at Augen Gallery
in Portland, OR.
Marcavage's work was included in Breaking New Ground
, an exhibition of prints by international artists using Baldwin Intaglio Ground, curated by Andrew Baldwin. The exhibition has traveled from the School of Art Gallery at Aberystwyth University to the Swansea Print Workshop in Wales and also made its way to Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH, US.
Marcavage's work was recently included in Play Matters, a national print portfolio exhibition curated by Johanna Paas in the Baber Exhibition Room, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI. The portfolio was originally presented at the Mid America Print Council Conference in 2016.
Marcavage was awarded a 2015-2016 Tacoma Artists Initiative Project award from the Tacoma Arts Commission. Lines
, an exhibition of her new etchings and screenprints occurred at the Main Branch of the Tacoma Public Library in late 2016.
Here are reviews of the exhibition:Weekly VolcanoTacoma Weekly
Marcavage's work was included in Printmakers Hand III
at Northwind Arts Center
in Port Townsend, WA from September 5 through September 27, 2015.
Marcavage's work was exhibited in GALLERY ARTISTS' PRINTS
at Augen Gallery
in Portland, OR from June 24, 2015 June 27, 2015 in Portland, OR.
***Warp and Weft
, a solo exhibition of prints by Janet Marcavage, was held at Augen Gallery
in Portland, OR from
March 5, 2015 to March 28, 2015.
Marcavage's work was included in Pigment+Paper
, a 2015 Seattle Print Arts
Exhibition at Bellevue College Gallery in Bellevue, WA
Marcavage's work was included in Ink This! Contemporary Prints in the Northwest
, curated by Margaret Bullock, at the Tacoma Art Museum.
Articles about INK THIS!:Tacoma News TribuneWeekly VolcanoTacoma Weekly
Multnomah County and the City of Portland, OR purchased two of Marcavage's prints for the RACC Portable Works Collection.
The Washington State Arts Commission purchased two prints by Marcavage which are installed in Maier Hall at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, WA.
and Untitled (Orange/Magenta)
, screenprints by Marcavage, were purchased by the King County Public Art Collection. These portable works are rotated throughout the public spaces of County-owned facilities.