- "Landscape with Storm Sky" print is 8 x 10: $25
- All other prints are 11 x 14: $45
On October 1st, 2016, Ruminate hosted an art reception and artists' talk exploring the theme of Nowhere Near—featuring the artwork of Richard Terrell and Sandra J. Hopkins and celebrating Ruminate’s Issue 40: Nowhere Near. The exhibit was on view in Fort Collins, Colorado, Sept. 26-Oct. 1 and culminated in this special reception and artists’ talk on the evening of Oct. 1.
These limited edition giclee prints are each hand-signed and numbered by the artist and include a certificate of authenticity. The materials used are waterproof, archival inks and acid-free archival 100% cotton rag paper.
Richard Terrell is an emeritus professor of fine arts and humanities at Doane College, Crete, Nebraska. He is a painter, author, and theater performer and maintains a studio in the Burkholder Project in Lincoln's Haymarket district. His work is in the collections of the Sheldon Museum of Art, Museum of Nebraska Art, Nebraska Center for Great Plains Studies, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Hastings College, Doane College and various private collections in Nebraska and other parts of the U.S.
Sandra Hopkins is a fiber artist living in Northern Colorado. Ten years ago she began processing and ultimately healing from personal trauma. During this time she put up her paintbrushes and pulled down her grandmother's sewing machine. As she sewed, she was unable to throw out scraps and remnants of fabric, hoping to find a way to not waste anything. Those remnants held histories and symbolized people in their perceived raggedness. In her Quilts, Sandra reclaims scraps and quilts them together restoring and witnessing to wholeness, or holiness, revealed in disconnected, ordinary histories.