2000 ~ Gillian Pederson-Krag “Landscape”
10.25″ x 9.35″” etching aquatint on 14.5″ x 14″ BFK Rives paper.
Gillian write7…””This etching had sixteen states before it was finished, the final edition was printed at Hobart William & Smith College on their etching press. I used BFK Rives paper and added Charbonnel Black ink with some Prussian blue, and Indian red oil paint. I added the paint to the ink to assist the middle tones, and broaden the range of greys in the image.””â€¦GPK
Edition size: 120 Available: 13
Gillian Pederson-Krag (1938 – ) is a graduate of R.I.S.D.( BFA) and Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (MFA). She has been a professor of art at many prestigious colleges/universities including Dartmouth College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges and Cornell University. A painter and printmaker, Gillian has exhibited throughout the US and her work has been collected by many museums including the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, H. de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA, and the Library of Congress Print Collection.”
2001 ~ Catherine Kernan “Sea Cleft #2”
8.5″”” x 11.75″ image. Intaglio on 15.5″ x 18″ Rives BFK paper.
Edition size: 120 Available: 17
Kernan writes: “” The print is an intaglio from four copper plates. The plate making techniques I used were spit bite aquatint and sugar lift aquatint. The image for Sea Cleft #2 came from a field sketch done along the rocky coast in the west of Ireland. It is a leap of imagination set off by close examination of the seaweed and cracks in the rocks.””
Catherine Kernan ( 1949 – ) is a painter and printmaker. After receiving her BFA at Cooper Union, New York and her MFA at University of Wisconsin, she cofounded the Mixit Print Studios, in Somerville, Massachusetts. She is also the Director of Maud Morgan Arts, an art center in Cambridge. Since 1987, Kernan has taught at a variety of colleges and has offered many workshops in printmaking both nationally and internationally. Her work has been widely exhibited and collected.”
2002 ~ David Row “Push Comes to Shove”
8″ x 18″ image. Etching on 19.5″ x 29″ Rives BFK paper. Printed on a Takach press.
Edition size: 120 Available: 14
With this new work of art, the Print Club of Rochester has taken a new path: that of printer and publisher. David Row created the drawings, which provide the basis for this print. These drawings were then transferred to copper plates using the latest technology in intaglio printmaking. Six plates were inked and printed for each individual print. Alan Singer managed the printing of this edition, with help from printers: Bernice Cross, Elizabeth Durand and Chas Davis.
David Row (1949 – ), born in Portland, Maine, received his BA and MFA from Yale University, CT. He has exhibited his work in numerous solo and group shows both nationally and internationally. Row is currently a Professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He has lectured at numerous institutions including the Cooper Union, Kent State University Tyler School of Art and Yale School of Art. His work has been collected by numerous museums, institutions and private collectors.”
2003 ~ Gregory Amenoff “Arcadia”
23.5″ x 24″” on 33.5″ x 29.5″ Rives BFK paper and printing was done on a Takach Press. The Print Club of Rochester published this edition with printers Bernice Cross, Erin Holscher, Elizabeth Durand and Alan Singer. Mohammad O. Khalil worked with Amenoff to produce the B.A.T.
Edition size: 121 Â Available: 10
Gregory Amenoff ( 1948 – ), born in St. Charles, Illinois, is a painter and printmaker. He currently lives and works in New York City. Amenoff has been a professor of Art at Columbia University, New York City since 1994. He has also taught at The School of Visual Arts in New York, and the Rhode Island School of Design, Yale School of Art and others.
Amenoff is represented by the Salander O’Reilly Gallery, New York City, the Nielsen Gallery, Boston, The Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe and the Vidal St. Phalle Galerie, Paris.”
2004 ~ Charles Hewitt “The Grass Harp” (Blue)
11″ x 14″ image on hand torn 15″ x 18″ Arches cover paper. Color woodcut and linocut. Printed from an oak veneer plywood block in blue and a linoleum block in red and black. The image was hand cut by the artist. Printed by John C. Erickson at d’Press, NYC.
Edition size: 110 Available: 35
Charles Hewitt (1946 – ) a painter, printmaker and sculptor, is a native of Maine but currently lives in New York City. He received his art education at the Concord College in Athens, West Virginia and the New York Studio School. Hewitt â€˜s work is in numerous public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, New York Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, Whitney Museum, Fogg Art Museum and the Portland Museum of Art, among others.”
2005 ~ Chunwoo Nam “Individual Memory”
8.5″ x 20.125″ image on 11.5″ x 22.25″ Pescia Cream artists’ paper. Black and white stone lithograph.
Edition size: 120 Available: 39
Nam’s triptych print is a study of identity. The left panel is a representation the artist’s shadow; the central panel represents the isolation felt by the artist in the communities he inhabits and the final panel is an indistinct self-portrait.
Chunwoo Nam (1965 – ) was born in Seoul, Korea. He is an artist, master printer and educator. Nam currently teaches at the Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University. He received a MFA from the State University of Buffalo, New York, a BFA from the University of Hong-Ik in Korea and studied Lithography at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has been collected by numerous museums including the Kennedy Museum of Art, OH, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan.”
2006 ~ Raymond Arnold “Somme Haystack”
13.25″ x 19″ image on 19.75″ x 25.75″ paper. Color etching.
Edition size: 110 Available: 40
Raymond Arnold (1950 – ), is an Australian born painter and printmaker. He received his art education and teaching degree from Melbourne State College and Art and Design Chisholm Institute, Melbourne. Arnold has exhibited nationally and internationally. His work focuses on landscape.
Raymond Arnold website“
2007 ~ Gordon Mortensen “O’Keeffe Country”
10″ x 8″ image on 13″ x 11″ paper. Color Reduction Woodcut.
Edition size: 100 Available: 24
Gordon Mortensen (1938 – ), born in North Dakota, is a specialist in reduction woodcut prints. and his art has been collected by museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Mortensen has also been featured in American Artist and Horizons Magazines. “Art,” he declares, “is my addition, my drug, my life. I am compelled to do it”.
Gordon Mortensen website“
2008 ~ Carol Wax “Windbreak”
6.75″ x 5.25″ Image. Mezzotint, Engraving and drypoint on 11.25″ x 9.5″ German Etching paper.
“The image – is inspired by my continued fascination with old electric fans, the ability of convey a sensation of movement through repetitive patterns, and a personal vision that perceives and anima in inanimate objects – Carol Wax.
Edition size: 100 Available: 27
Carol Wax (1953 – ) was born in New York City. She graduated from Manhattan School of Music in 1975 with a degree in Music, Flute Performance. After studying Flute in France, she became enticed by printmaking. Her book, “The Mezzotint History and Technique” established her as one of the foremost Mezzotint artists of our time. Carol’s work has received numerous honors and is presently in many museum collections.
Carol Wax website
2009 ~ Ronold Pokrasso “Grows With New Colors”
10″ x 8″ image
Ronold Pokrasso website