Sure you can afford it
What’s your pleasure, what’s your fun—in art prints, that is? Landscapes, cityscapes, nudes and abstracts—there’s a pretty good chance you’ll find what you’re looking for in the second annual Nothing Over $200 print show at the Asylum Gallery, 1719 25th Street, through December 23. In an art world that’s overrun with digital and giclee prints, it’s satisfying to see a show full of the old-fashioned kind, like monoprints and etchings. Linda Katzdorn’s highly textural etching, drypoint and chasing on copper, “The Way,” makes use of positive and negative space to guide your eye. A quick first glance at Lorenzo Kristov’s “D.C. to Denver 4248” digital photograph fools you with what looks like fields of puffy white wool—but the pink haze and the curve at the horizon line give away the view from the sky. Pastels electrically charge Kathleen C. Plummer’s abstract etching, “Dawn.” For more information call (530) 295-1067.