- PA, USA
My serigrahps are planned and color separations are
drawn (could be as many as 20 separate drawings);
each print is hand printed by me - one color, one
sheet at a time. Each print is unique - the result
of slow, careful process.
- Colin Bailey
- East Sussex, U. K.
Limited edition etchings, paintings and giclee prints
of Rye, Hastings and the East Sussex coast
- Welcome to the Baren Forum and the world of woodblock
- Cork, Ireland
Currently working with photo etchings and screenprinting.
Working towards an exhibition of Photo Etchings from
Pinhole negatives taken in Cuba.
- Texas, USA
I work in relief printing and montage. My subject
matter is fundamentally the contemplative metaphor
and meditative moments in time.
- California, USA
Monoprints,silkscreen,sculpture....I'm working on
combining printmaking and sculpture.
- Wales, U.K.
David Beattie is a working printmaker of over twenty-five
years experience. His works have been exhibited in
the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions and published
in Christies Contemporary Art catalogues. Working
from his studio/gallery in the rural Welsh village
of Llandygwydd. David produces a range of finely detailed
rural landscape, livestock and market character studies
capturing the everyday sights and scenes that make
this part of Wales unique. He is fond of Hares.
- Abu Dhabi, UAE
In addition to the traditional printmaking methods
of etching, aquatint and mezzotint, Tania incorporates
cut-card and inscribed metal into the plates - and
chine colle 'graffiti' papers into the prints.
- Buckinghamshire, UK
Rachel Beckett works in the unusual technique of multicolour
wood engraving: a range of colours are built up by
overlaying impressions from three separate engraved
blocks. She also uses the traditional black-and-white.
Her subjects are mainly taken from poetry, though
recently a flight across Siberia prompted a series
of twenty-one prints. Her interests are in book illustration,
and in promoting the under-rated qualities of rationalism
and beauty within the practice of visual art.
- Norwich, UK
Analysing the beauty and complexity of nature and
examining the many life cycles found in the natural
world has always been the main objective in my work.
The study of insects, predominantly bees, has been
a major influence on my prints, analysing their language,
habitat and behaviour from a scientific perspective
before producing the artwork.
- Massachusetts, USA
A veteran illustrator whose woodblock printmaking
focuses on moku hanga, the traditional Japanese method.
- Iowa, USA
Original Linocuts. Beauty, Mystery and Spirit are
the main themes of my linocut prints. symbolic images
such as birds, keys, and doors are added and encourage
personal interpretations and self-reflection.
- Indiana, USA
Visual artist working in a range of mediums, including,
but not limited to printmedia. I boycott censorship
and hold an interest in blurring the semblance of
high and low art.
- Michigan, USA
Uses the traditional Japanese methods in her woodblock
printmaking. Her subject is most often the Great Lakes.
"I am compelled to use my native waters as a
vehicle of expression in my art. I also love to swim
in them." - Mary
Brodholt- Kent, U.K.
A printer and oil painter living in South East London.
- Ontario, Canada
I explore personal experiences as well as my own religious
discord through a variety of printmaking techniques
including: Lithography, Collographs, Monotypes, Monoprints,
and a variety of Etchings.
- Kentucky USA
Wood block prints, etchings, artist books .
- Victoria, Australia
I make Japanese style woodblock prints using non-toxic
watercolour inks and beautiful Japanese paper such
as kozo. The prints are hand-printed using a traditional
Bullen- London, England
Stuart is an experienced artist printmaker. His images
are colourful and combine a variety of elements. He
uses various techniques including linocut, lithography
and monoprinting. Much of his work is created on his
own hand-made paper made from recycled materials and
Butler- Dublin, Ireland
Produces drawings, etchings, screenprints, woodcuts,
linocuts and artist's books as well as teaching at
Manchester Metropolitan University