Paradox Ink Screenprinting + Murals
1001 Main Street, 2nd floor
You may have seen the public art of Paradox Ink on the streets of Bridgeport, on painted utility boxes, the Train Station mural downtown and her latest community art accomplishment, the Painted Stairway connecting Elm Street to Golden Hill Street. Now you can visit the studio of the artist behind these works. Paradox Ink, screenprinting + murals, is run by Liz Squillace out of her studio storefront in the renovated historic Arcade Mall. Along with public art and murals, Paradox Ink specializes in screenprinting on t-shirts, woven textiles, and more. At Paradox Ink you can see and purchase paintings in oil & acrylic, screenprints on fabric & paper, and new embroidered work.
2019 Bridgeport Art Trail Programming:
Studio: Paradox Ink Screenprinting + Murals
Arcade Mall, 1001 Main Street, Suite 19, Bridgeport, CT 06604
203.521.8681 / paradoxink.com
Paradox Ink is the screenprinting and painting studio of Bridgeport Artist, Liz Squillace. Liz is known for the Painted Stairway of the Broad Street Steps, the Bridgeport train station mural, ‘Tessellating Arrows and the Passage of Time’, and many painted utility boxes in the neighborhood. Her company, Paradox Ink, screenprints live at events including the Bridgeport Art Trail where she will be printing in her studio at the Arcade Mall. Also on view will be works-in-progress including paintings and screenprints not yet seen. Liz Squillace is a Rhode Island School of Design graduate and resident of Read’s Artspace live/work studios.
Event: Arcade Art Show, Mezzanine
Friday, November 8; 12 pm to 5 pm
Saturday, November 9; 12 pm to 5 pm
Paradox Ink presents the Arcade Art Show with works by Ruben Marroquin & Liz Squillace on the walls of the 2nd floor mezzanine of the Arcade Mall. See paintings, prints and textile sculptures. Also, Paradox Ink invites you to visit the Painted Stairway of the Broad Street Steps which has recently been renovated and completed this fall.
The Painted Stairway, Broad Street Steps
Have you seen the cRR-razy Broad Street steps near the Downtown Cabaret Theatre and City Lights? Maybe you’ve taken a selfie there. The BAT thanks artist Liz Squillace and Bridgeport Generation Now for this invigorating splash of color and design, refreshing a public space traversed by many who visit, work, and live in Bridgeport.