Tag Archives: printmaking

Rose Emanuela Briccetti – Santa Barbara, California

Briefly describe the work you do. The existential plight of the modern worker, whether described by Marx or satirized in Dilbert, permeates the Western collective consciousness. My work aims to explore the alienation of the paper pusher, revealing the absurdity of this struggle … Continue reading

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Brett Suemnicht – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. My work becomes as static as my self-exploration into a queer identification. My work looks at mainstream notions that define desire, behavior and personal constitution. I look at google mainframes, hate speech, and other … Continue reading

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Jennifer Scheuer -Ithaca, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I often work in lithography, photogravure, papermaking and book arts; and as a printmaker really enjoy thinking about how to construct an image through technique and materials. I am specifically interested in art and … Continue reading

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Kate Castelli – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is an intersection of prints, books, and works on paper that explores poetic and formal juxtapositions in order to connect what cannot be connected. At the root of it all is the … Continue reading

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Clifton Riley – Houston, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do. I primarily work in printmaking and drawing however, lately, I have been building small structures that have been finding their way into or influencing my works on paper in various ways. My prints and … Continue reading

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Kristi Ryba – Charleston, South Carolina

Briefly describe the work you do. I use memory as a resource to explore and reveal my ideas about grief, longing, home, family, motherhood and gender roles. Inspired by vintage photographs from my birth family and vintage objects I collect, … Continue reading

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Ericka Walker – Halifax, NS, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do. !The majority of my visual artwork revolves around drawing and printmaking. I am especially interested in the vernacular history of printmaking and printed ephemera, and the sociopolitical uses of visual propaganda throughout modernity. I … Continue reading

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Connie Wolfe – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is an examination and exploration of various phenomena found in nature. I tend to get lost in and obsessed with the patterns and textures encountered in my travels. The work is translated … Continue reading

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Robin Koss – Summit, New Jersey

Briefly describe the work you do. I work with etching, aquatint, and collage to create images that are layered in both concept and process. The imagery is based on my experiences and observances of the world around me and is … Continue reading

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Jason Ruhl – Madison, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do: I work primarily in print-based media, often cutting and collaging my prints. Currently I am working on a project that started in April of 2012. Once a year I mail 13 individuals a letter … Continue reading

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