William T. Wiley's 60 Works for 60 Years
May 5 - June 24, 2006
Celebrating the wonderful career of William T. Wiley, 60 Works for 60 Years explored 60 of his prints created throughout his career. As an artist who is synonymous with the San Francisco area’s Funk style, Wiley has been actively creating prints in all media since the 1960’s. This exhibition highlighted not only Wiley’s efforts in lithography, silkscreen, woodcut, and etching, but also showed his work with some of the best printers in the United States. Included in the exhibition were examples of prints from the Landfall Press, Crown Point Press, Lawrence Lithography, Teaberry Press, Shark’s and the Experimental Workshop among others.