Memory of the Earth Soul
Etching,photo etching, chine colle 1992
sheet: 80 x 120 cm; image: 66.5 x 100 cm
Flame of a Channel
Etching; photoetching; drypoint; aquatint; chine collé 2007
sheet: 96.2 cm x 74.9 cm; image: 68.6 cm x 55.1 cm
I saw this print on a visit to the University of Alberta’s Print Study Centre, it’s part of the University of Alberta Museums and Collection. A great resource here on campus and for printmaking grad students like myself.
These are beautiful prints from Ryoji Ikeda from Japan. I do not have a great deal of information about him. I’ve heard stories of his visits here back in the day and know he is a highly respected artist in Japan.
The photo never does an artwork justice, and so much detail is missing. The bottom half of the first print has a deep black aquatint with a small grid pattern etched in to it. In person it’s delicious. The second is so evocative.
The Print Centre has a large collection of his work, I am tempted in the future to have them all pulled so I can nerd out to them all.
printing on a Saturday afternoon… #printmaking #woodcut
Jan/Feb 2014 saw the return of George Shaw to Hole Editions. During the visit we made & proofed two pairs of lithographs. These are ‘tree portraits’ according to George. Hopefully they will be editioned & completed by the end of March.
Photoset with 3 notes
Uclan Ma Interim show, private view 6th March 5 till 8. Come on down!
From the Teaching Archives: Anastassia Fulmer (BFA 2012)
Anastassia Fulmer was one of the most prolific and versatile printmaking students I have taught at Stamps School. Reverently prolific, she produced great many prints, artists books and print installations and, following her graduation, has been working as my studio assistant in my print studio. Here is her clever little artist “woodbook” printed, in the final image, as a woodblock print on Rives BFK, as well onto thinner veneer 1/4” plywood before being cut into 12 smaller blocks to make an artist “woodbook.” Awesome work Anastassia! -Endi
Luigi Lucioni（Italian/American, 1900-1988）
Hilltop Elms 1954
Lake Pastures 1934
Vermont Landscape 1931
Hilltop Elms 1954
First proof of new woodcut + ghost print detail.
Frederick H Evans, In Redlands Woods, undated.
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