Flint Print Club

In 2007, the Flint Institute of Arts established the Flint Print Club. Its mission is to develop connoisseurship among its members and educate the general public about prints, printmaking, and print collecting through its semi-annual Print Fair annual print edition. The Club is limited to 100 members, so the edition is always limited to 100 signed and numbered impression. Over the past fourteen years, the FIA has been fortunate to work with internationally recognized artists: Janet Fish, Richard Bosman, Gladys Nilsson, Mary Lee Bendolph, Marylyn Dintenfass, Sidney Hurwitz, Hunt Slonem, April Gornik, Karsten Creightney, Stanley Casselman, Catherine Kernan, Jane Goldman, Joseph Drapell, and Chakaia Booker. 

Five of the past fourteen years saw all 100 memberships purchased, but the other nine years still have prints available. To distribute the outstanding inventory of past commissioned prints, remaining editions are available for $500, or $600 framed. There are a limited number of prints for each of these editions and these will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.

To inquire about available prints, please contact the FIA Museum Shop at 810.237.7390

Print Club Membership Form

Use this form to send in your membership by mail.

Available Prints

Richard Bosman, American, b. India, 1944. Faster Runner, 2008. Lithograph on paper, 24 x 18 inches. 
Richard Bosman  
American, b. India, 1944  
Faster Runner, 2008 
Lithograph on paper 
24 x 18 inches
Karsten Creightney, American, b. 1976. Halftone Flower, 2015. Lithograph on paper, 18 x 12 1/2 inches 
Karsten Creightney  
American, b. 1976 
Halftone Flower, 2015 
Lithograph on paper  
18 x 12 1/2 inches
April Gornik, American, b. 1953. Forest Light, 2014. Lithograph on paper, 20 x 27 inches 
April Gornik  
American, b. 1953 
Forest Light, 2014 
Lithograph on paper 
20 x 27 inches
Marylyn Dintenfass, American, b. 1943. Billy’s Best Sting Ray, 2011. Ultra violet etching on paper, 22 x 30 inches 
Marylyn Dintenfass  
American, b. 1943  
Billy’s Best Sting Ray, 2011 
Ultra violet etching on paper  
22 x 30 inches
Sidney Hurwitz, American, b. 1932. Gas Works, 2012. Aquatint on paper, 18 x 13 7/8 inches
Sidney Hurwitz 
American, b. 1932 
Gas Works, 2012   
Aquatint on paper 
18 x 13 7/8 inches
Gladys Nilsson, American, b. 1940. Ragatta, 2009. Lithograph on paper, 18 x 23 inches 
Gladys Nilsson  
American, b. 1940  
Ragatta, 2009  
Lithograph on paper  
18 x 23 inches
Catherine Kernan  American, born 1948   Tracking Changes, 2017  Woodcut on paper  16 x 10 inches
Catherine Kernan
American, born 1948 
Tracking Changes, 2017
Woodcut on paper
16 x 10 inches
Jane Goldman American, born 1951 Audubon 15, 2018 Archival pigment print on paper 15 x 20 inches 
Jane Goldman 
American, born 1951   
Audubon 15, 2018  
Archival pigment print on paper  
15 x 20 inches
Joseph Drapell Canadian, Born Czech Republic, 1940 Electrons, 2019  Digital Print 22 x 31 inches
Joseph Drapell
Canadian, born Czech Republic, 1940
Electrons, 2019 
Digital Print
22 x 31 inches

Past Prints

Janet Fish   Teapot, 2007  Screenprint on paper  31 x 24 1/16 inches  Edition of 135
Janet Fish 
Teapot, 2007
Screenprint on paper
31 x 24 1/16 inches
Edition of 135
Mary Lee Bendolph   Hope, 2010   Etching and aquatint on paper   15 1/2 x 14 inches   Edition of 100
Mary Lee Bendolph 
Hope, 2010 
Etching and aquatint on paper 
15 1/2 x 14 inches 
Edition of 100
Hunt Slonem  Lucky Charm 3, 2013  Screenprint on paper  26 x 18 inches  Edition of 100
Hunt Slonem 
Lucky Charm 3, 2013 
Screenprint on paper 
26 x 18 inches 
Edition of 100
Stanley Casselman  Luminor Moment, 2016  Silkscreen on paper  30 1/4 x 22 1/2 inches   Edition of 100
Stanley Casselman
Luminor Moment, 2016
Silkscreen on paper
30 1/4 x 22 1/2 inches 
Edition of 100

Chakaia Booker Untitled (CB.1.21), 2021

Lithograph with chine-collé on embossed paper 21 x 14 inches Edition of 100



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