2010 ~ Dan Welden “Connection”
9.75″ x 7.75″ image.
Dan Welden ( – ) an American artist, received his B.A. and M.A in Art Education from Adelphi University, N.Y. After studying printmaking in Munich, he returned to the U.S and taught at several colleges and universities in the New York area, including State University at Stony Brook and Long Island University. Throughout his career as a master printmaker, painter, educator and author, Welden exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. Concerned with health and safety in the printmaking environment, Mr. Welden developed the Solarplate process in 1971 and is co-author of “Printmaking in the Sun”. He has served as president of Society of American Graphic Artist and is director of Hampton Editions, Ltds, in Sag Harbor, Long Island. His work is in many public and private collections including the Baltimore Museum of Art, Portland Museum of Art, OR and Temple University, Philadelphia PA among others.
Dan Welden website
2011 ~ Beauvais Lyons “Lepus pteryporcus of Antediluvian Central New York”
2011 – Beauvais Lyons “Lepus pteryporcus of Antediluvian Central New York” 8.25″ x 11.5″ image.
Beauvais Lyons ( 1958- ), an American printmaker has taught printmaking at the University of Tennessee since 1985. He received his B.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his M.F.A. from Arizona State University. His work has been collected by numerous museums including the Whitney Museum, the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He is a recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship and has served as President of the Southern Graphics Council.
Beauvais Lyons website
2012 ~ Karen Kunc “Glacial Moment”
2012 – Karen Kunc “Glacial Moment” 13.75″ x 10″ image. Color Woodblock.
Edition size: 100 Available: 52
Kunc (1951 – ), an American printmaker, was born in Omaha, Nebraska. She received her BFA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and MFA from Ohio State University. Karen has been a Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for many years, as well as a visiting Professor/ Artist at many colleges in the U.S., Japan, and Iceland. She has received many prestigious awards and is in the collections of many museums and institutions, such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian, and the J. Paul Getty Museum.
Karen Kunc website
2013 ~ Tom Huck “Bait”
13″ x 16.75″ image.
Tom Huck ( 1971 – ) is an American printmaker, born in Farmington, Missouri. He completed his B.F.A in drawing from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and his M.F.A. from Washington University. He served as instructor at Washington University from 2000 – 2010. Huck is known for creating large-scale woodcuts with themes of satirical narratives and social criticism. He currently runs his own press, Evil Prints. Private and public institutions, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Art and the New York Public Library, have collected Huck’s work.
Tom Huck website
2014 ~ Jaune Quick-To-See Smith “Down the Rabbit Hole”
2014 ~ Jaune Quick-To-See Smith “Down the Rabbit Hole” 15″ x 11″ image.
Woodcut, template and monotype with ecologically safe Akua ink. Legion’s Folio Antique White, 100% Cotton, Neutral pH, Vellum finish, made in USA All Technique Printmaking, Environmentally friendly, ecologically safe (no chlorine)
Four color runs with five colors:
1. carbon black
2. thalo blue over the woodcut
3. thalo blue for the sky
4. pyrrole orangelhansa yellow for the fire
5. carbon blacklthalo blue for the door
Juane Quick to See Smith ( 1940 – ) is a Native American painter, printmaker and artist from the Flathead Reservation, Montana. She received her B.A. in Art Education from Framingham State College, Massachusetts and her M.A. in Art from the University of New Mexico. Juane works in a wide variety of media but is mostly known for her abstract paints and lithographs. Private and public institutions, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Mankind, Austria, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Museum of Modern Art, NY, have collected her work.
Jaune Quick-To-See Smith website
2015 ~ Kevin Frances “Under the Bed”
2015 – Kevin Frances “Under the Bed” 15″ x 7.25″ image. Five-block, color, Japanese technique, woodblock print.
Under the Bed is part of a larger body of work titled Lucas that includes ceramic, sculpture, painting and prints.
Kevin Frances ( 1989 – ) is an American artist who lives and works in Boston, Massachusetts. He received in B.A. in Art Studio from the University of California, Davis and his M.F.A. in Printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2013.
Kevin Frances website
2016 ~ Grace Bentley-Scheck “Chelsea Rising-10th Ave Curve”
Grace Bentley-Scheck “Chelsea Rising-10th Ave Curve” 14″ x 15″ image. Collagraph with silk aquatint.
Grace Bentley-Scheck was born in Troy, New York and now lives in Narragansett, Rhode Island where she maintains her studio, Sassafras Press. She holds BFA and MFA degrees from the State University of New York at Alfred University. Her work has been exhibited in the United State, Poland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Ireland and Australia and has been included in many private and public collections including The Portland Art Museum, Oregon, the Knoxville Museum of Art, Tennessee, and the Newport Art Museum, Rhode Island. She has been a full-time printmaker since 1972.
Grace Bentley-Scheck website
2017 ~ Jeffrey Dell “They Shall Have Stars”
Jeffrey Dell “They Shall Have Stars” 23″ x 34″ image. 14 layer Serigraph on Yupo.
Jeffrey Dell's work explores visual and conceptual representations of space using colorful, geometric shapes.
Jeffrey Dell website