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New Additions to the AP/RC: Craig Mindell matrices

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Craig Mindell recently donated over 120 woodcut matrices. Mindell usually prints his images using three color separations, one wood matrix per color. These matrices span some 30 years and, as a result, one can follow the arc of Mindell’s skill … Continue reading

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New Additions to the AP/RC: James T. Dormer

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Dormer continues his ventures in serial imagery. Sixteen recent additions of lithographs to Dormer’s collection at the AP/RC provide insights into the ideas, tactics, sensitivities, and choices of his variations. In this latest body of work from 2016 and 2017, … Continue reading

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Print Closeup: Rudy Pozzatti’s “Mr President”

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Thirty-two portraits of U.S. Presidents ring the perimeter of Rudy Pozzatti’s print, Mr. President. These border images surround a select group of controversial and tragic presidents: Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Warren G. Harding, and Lyndon B. Johnson. At … Continue reading

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New Additions to the AP/RC: Cerese Vaden

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Vaden’s recently donated prints include many references to flight, birds, stairwells and ladders, and running water. The artist recently noted that the ladders and stairs act as “verbs” in her images, suggesting incomplete actions. The ladders have only three rungs, making it impossible … Continue reading

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Print Closeup: Seong Moy’s “Lovers in Flight”

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Seong Moy (1921-2013) immigrated from China to the United States when he was ten years old. He worked for the Federal Arts Project of the Depression era Works Project Administration and served in the Army during WWII as an aerial photographer. … Continue reading

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Across the Spectrum: Selections from ColorPrint USA

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Color clamors for attention, draws us in or repels us. Each color is a reflection of a place on the visible light spectrum. In printmaking, the tradition of black and white dominated for centuries. On occasion color (often watercolor) was … Continue reading

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New Additions to the AP/RC: Kathryn Polk

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Kathryn Polk’s donations of lithographs to the AP/RC continue to explore the range of her narrative powers and preserve many of her iconic sigils, symbols and personalities. In a video interview conducted while Polk was visiting Anchor Graphics in Chicago, she talked … Continue reading

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