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Print Closeup: Terrell James, Untitled IV and VII

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Terrell James’ etchings read like a catalog of  her techniques, each a unique excavation of her metal plates. Blasted landscapes, errant ravines, acne craters, surround plateaus and pockmarked surfaces, wiped clean during the intaglio printing process. The accumulation of processes–line … Continue reading

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New Additions to the AP/RC: Spencer Fidler

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Spencer Fidler creates his large scale intaglio prints using multiple plates and, in the case of Day Voyage, multiple panels or sheets of paper. In these four prints, produced at by the artist in his studio, Fidler shrouds his figures … Continue reading

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Brian Paulsen: In Detail

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Drypoint, directly drawing an image with a sharp needle on a matrix, lends itself to expressive mark making of quickly rendered, sometimes sketchy, often emotive images that produce silky black lines. Typically drypoints are drawn on copper or zinc plates … Continue reading

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