(ezerd)- New York, USA
The themes and methods of my work vary based on where
my attention is focused at the moment. I tend to work
in two main strains - the science and psychology minded
line of work and the more pop surrealist end of the
spectrum. These two areas intertwine and diverge whenever
necessary. The scope of my work also varies from postcards
and miniature prints to full room installations.
- Prince Edward Island, Canada
I love any kind of printmaking that does not use solvents
or acids. Most of my art work is in intaglio type,copper
and aluminum etching,and collagraphy, but I play with
all mediums when I get a chance.
Perussi- São Paulo, Brasil
I am a printmaker. I am studying with the best in
Brazil, Evandra Carlos Jardim. I am developing techniques
with metal plates and burins to create my original
Prints: collagraphs from found objects. Ething, intaglio,
dry point, monoprint. Also, digital printmaking and
other art through links.
- Pennsylvania USA
We are an organization in Philadelphia focused on
the fine art printmaking. We publish the Philadelphia
Invitational Portfolio each year, host exhibitions,
coordinate public art projects and are planning an
international festival celebrating the printed image
- New York, USA
Toronto born, Brooklyn-based printmaker. Etching is
her specialty but she loves it all. Recent work revolves
around an interest in environmental issues such as
the promotion of sustainable energy sources. Her art
does not offer a clear-cut instance of environmentally
friendly education but instead resides in a realm
between being informative, humorous and vaguely absurd.
- Berlin, Germany
Woodblock prints, intaglios, Photographs.
One of my formal themes is light.
- Wisconsin, USA
My first love is for intaglio printmaking, but I also
work in lithography and relief printing.
- California USA
Multiple process prints (including lithography, silkscreen,
etching, and monotype), paintings, and mixed media
- United Kingdom
I make woodcut prints using an antique Columbian and Albion printing press,
using handmade acid free paper.