Jane Goldman 


Each year, the Flint Print Club commissions an artist to produce a print to augment both the FIA’s collection and the pursuit of personal collecting. The club is limited to 100 members in good standing at the Family level or above. Flint Print Club dues are $250.00 annually, which provides each participating member with a selected print and related programming.

Jane Goldman

The FIA is very excited to announce that Jane Goldman is the artist chosen for the 2018 commissioned print. A nationally recognized painter and printmaker, she has taught at Massachusetts College of Art, the University of California at Los Angeles, Rice University, and Hartford Art School. She has exhibited widely in the United States and abroad since 1975, and has works in over 70 collections including the Bibliotheque Nationale (Paris), Brooklyn Museum, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Flint Institute of Arts, Fogg Art Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Library of Congress.

Goldman’s media include watercolor, oil, intaglio, lithography, relief, screenprint, and terrazzo. “Lyrical realism,” based on a combination of free association and direct observation, best describes her style. In 2003, she started on a series called Audubon, which has 14 prints to date. Inspired by naturalist and painter John James Audubon’s work, and referenced in a new contemporary setting, Goldman includes a stylized page from Audubon’s seminal text, The Birds of America (1827–1839), which is considered one of the finest ornithological works ever completed. The Flint Print Club’s commissioned print will add the 15th edition to this series.

Jane Goldman received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Smith College and Master of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin. She is the co-owner/director of Mixit Print Studio in Somerville, Massachusetts. 

You can learn more about the artist and her work on her website at janegoldmanart.com.

For more information about joining the Flint Print Club, please contact Valarie Bailie at 810.234.1695 or via email at vbailie@flintarts.org.

Jane Goldman, American, born 1951. Audubon 15, 2018. Archival pigment print on paper. 15 x 20 inches


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 and annual print edition. The Club is limited to 100 members, so the edition is always limited to 100 signed and numbered impressions. Over the past decade, the FIA has been fortunate to work with a slate of internationally recognized artists: Janet Fish, Richard Bosman, Gladys Nilsson, Mary Lee Bendolph, Marylyn Dintenfass, Sidney Hurwitz, Hunt Slonem, April Gornik, and Karsten Creightney.

 Three of the past nine years saw all 100 memberships purchased, but the other six years still have prints available. To distribute the outstanding inventory of past commissioned prints, remaining editions are available for purchase at $500 for current Print Club members and $600 for non-members. 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 Cory Potter of the FIA Museum Shop at 810.237.7329.

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

Past Prints

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
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
Catherine Kernan
American, b. 1948
Tracking Changes, 2017
Woodcut on paper
16 x 10 inches


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