1990s

1990 ~ Jerome Witkin “Mr.Ribb”

21″ x 14″ image. Lithograph on 25″ x 19″ paper.
Edition size: 146  Available: 24

Jerome Witkin (1939 – ) was born in Brooklyn, NY. He earned his BA from Cooper Union School of Art, NY and his MFA from Pennsylvania, PA. Well-known for his contemporary figurative paintings and prints, Witkin has taught at Syracuse University for many years. His works can be found in prominent museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY and the Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy.”


1991 ~ Anthony Gorny “Exit”

16.5″ x 12″ Black and White Lithograph on Shikitsu paper, with Chine Colle and watermark with several blind embossings.
Edition size: 150  Available: 20

Anthony Gorny (1950 – ), a printmaker, painter and teacher, received his BFA from SUNY College Buffalo and his MFA from Yale University School of Art. Gorney has taught at many different art schools, including Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Pratt Institute of Art and the San Francisco Art Institute. His artwork is included in over 100 public and private collections.


1992 ~ Michael McCurdy “Milkweed and Moon”

5.5 ” x 4.75″ image. Wood Engraving printed on 14.5″ x 11.5″ printed on Rising Photolene paper.
Edition size: 100  Available: 15

Michael McCurdy (1942 – ), American artist, illustrator, educator, author and publisher, was born in New York City. He attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts and earned his BFA and MFA from Tufts University. Michael has been a wood engraver since 1962. He has illustrated over 200 books using his black and white etchings. McCurdy has taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Concord Academy, Concord, MA and Wellesley College.”


1993 ~ Ronald Netsky “Rock Garden at Sonnenberg”

11.25″ x 15.5″ image printed on 15″ x 20.75″ Rives BFK paper. Litho pencil etching.
Netsky writes: “I am interested in the ways in which human beings signify space by creating monuments or reordering the landscape.”
Edition size: 110  Available: 24

Ron Netsky ( 1952 – ) studied at the Philadelphia College of Art, where he received his BFA. He completed his MFA at the Washington University, St. Louis. Ron currently serves as Chair of the Art Department at Nazareth College, Rochester, NY where he has taught printmaking since 1975. He also teaches printmaking at the Woodstock School of Art. Netsky works primarily in his cardigraph technique but also works in lithography and etching.


1994 ~ Joseph Scheer

14.75″ x 9″ image. Woodcut printed in three colors on 16.75″ x 11″ Hosho paper. This work was printed at Alfred University using a color reductive process.
Edition size: 110  Available: 17

Joseph Scheer ( 1958 – ) received his BFA at the School of Art and Design, NYSCC at Alfred University and his MFA from the University of New Mexico. Scheer is currently Professor of Print Media and Co-director/founder of the Institute for Electronic Arts at Alfred University. His work re-examines nature. It has been written about by many publications including National Geographic and the New Times. Scheer has also published 2 books about his work.


Joseph Scheer website


1995 ~ Konstantin Chmutin, “Shells #5”

3.125″ x 5.75″ image. Mezzotint on 8.5″ x 10.5″ Hahnmule paper.
This is the first mezzotint commissioned by the Print Club.
Edition size: 112  Available: 23

Konstantin Chmutin (1953 – ) a Russian artist, was born and studied in Leningrad. Training initially to become an architect, he did not begin printmaking until the early 1980’s. By the end of the decade, his meticulous mezzotints were featured in exhibitions around the world. Chmutin has won numerous international awards and his prints are in many collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the New York Public Library.



Konstantin Chmutin website


1996 ~ Clare Romano “Half Shuttered, Venice”

16″ x 11.5″ image. Three Color Wood Block on 21.5″ x 15″ Rives BFK paper.
The print depicts the intense heat of a brilliant Venetian day. A gothic Window from the Palazzo Fortuny.
Edition size: 120  Available: 20

Clare Romano (1922 – ) an American painter, printmaker, educator and author. Born in Palisade, NJ, she received her education at Cooper Union. A Fulbright Scholarship allowed her to continue her studies in Fointainbleau, France and Florence, Italy. Returning to the US, Clare taught printmaking at the Art Center of Northern NJ, New School University, NYC and the Pratt Institute. She co-authored, with John Ross, “”The Complete Printmaker”” and “”The Complete Collagraph””. Known mostly for her collagraphs and woodcuts, Romano has received numerous awards, exhibited internationally and has been collected by many major museums.”


1997 ~ Nona Hershey “Leaning Towards Blue”

10.75″ x 8″ image. Sugar Lift, Spit Bite, Aquatint and Etching, Printed on 22″ x 15.5″ Hahnemuhle Paper with Chine Colle.
Edition size: 120  Available: 20

Nona Hershey ( 1946 – ) was born and raised in New York City and earned her Bachelor and Master of Fine Art degrees from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and Rome, Italy. She continued to live in Italy for twenty years where she taught printmaking. Currently Hershey is a professor at Massachusetts College of Art. Her work is in museum collections and has been included in over 100 International print exhibitions.”


1998 ~ Rudy Pozzatti “Enigma”

19.5″ x 2″”image. Color Relief, Etching and Engraving, 10 color print on 24.5″ x 29″ German Etching paper.
Edition size: 125  Available: 21 .

Rudy Pozzatti ( 1925 – ), an American artist, born in Telluride, Colorado. A painter and printmaker, he attended the University of Colorado where he studied under Max Beckman. After acquiring his BFA and MFA, Pozzatti went on to teach at Indiana University from 1956 – 1991. He was considered one of the country’s prominent printmakers. He has exhibited widely and received numerous awards, including a Fulbright Scholarship and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Modern Art, NY have collected his work.”


1999 ~ Paul Resika “Boathouse with Mast”

8″ x 9 3/4″ image on 15″ x 18.25″” BFK Rives paper. Etching and aquatint printed in collaboration with Marjorie Van Dyke. This print was part of a series started at Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop. The subject is one that has occupied Paul Resika for many years – the landscape of Cape Cod, specifically around Provincetown.
Edition size: 120  Available: 8

Paul Resika (1928 – ) is an American painter, born and raised in New York City. He began studying art at the age of 9, studied with Hans Hoffman while in his late teens and had his first solo exhibit at the George Dix Gallery, Madison Ave, NYC by age 19. Resika served as chairperson for the Parson School of Design MFA program from 1978 – 1990. He has exhibited extensively, received numerous prestigious awards and has been widely collected by major museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art.”


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