- Maine, USA
Gatto has been making woodcuts for over thirty years
on a small woods homestead in downeast coastal Maine.Birds,
animals, women and people working are her major subjects.
Gillyin teaches and offers workshops at her studio/gallery
in the warm seasons.
- New York, USA
Woodcuts, Linoleum block prints, Monotypes, Silkscreens
- São Paulo, Brazil
"I'm a visual artist working in engraving. For
me the art is always amusement and it is part of the
human knowledge. It is one of the humanities, if it
is that the art is science, because so many times
it is so chaotic and vibrant, that edges the animal.
I like these oscillations. Nothing is eternal or absolute
in the art. It only exists emotion, pleasure and some
truth. The amount that is bearable. That is a replete
revelations game. For who is willing to play, it is
clear. - Alexandre
Glenn (Pale Boy)
I'm pretty focused on relief printing. My style is
usually a single color lino or wood cut. I grew up
drawing with pencils and charcoal. So when I made
the transition into printmaking, single color (black
mostly) prints came natural to me and allowed me to
develop my style. I really appreciate the relief printing
process because, to me, it's a combination of drawing
- Northland New Zealand
Specialise in arylic resist etching, collagraph, carborundum.
Courses and workshops in non toxic techniques
- Melbourne, Australia
Visual artist working primarily with printmedia including
digital, intaglio, monotype, relief and screenprint.
Russian printmaker of more than 40 years experience.
His favorite printmaking technique is classical etching
and color etching. The main theme of all his works
- is a landscape, based on nature pencil drawing sketches,
which he makes during his constant trips in Russia,
Europe and USA.
- Michoacan, Mexico
"As a printmaker, I like to work in many media,
from etchings to woodcuts, linocuts and, what I most
enjoy, my "monoprints" where I can experiment
and research in many different ways." -Juan