Printmaking

Hiroshi Ariyama

Chicago, IL
ariyamastudio.com

Original hand printed multi-colored screen prints of Chicago and its neighborhoods. Acrylic ink on acid free fine art paper.

Hiroshi Ariyama 2017-07-28T00:40:09+00:00

Charlie Barton

Baltimore, MD
artbybarton.com

Hand pulled silk screen prints of architectural subjects. Acrylic inks on masonite. Signed and numbered in limited editions. framed in hand welded steel picture frames made by the artist.

Charlie Barton 2017-07-28T00:45:44+00:00

Charles Celander

Celander Studio, LLC
Homewood, IL

Limited edition hand pulled serigraphs created from original photographic images.

Charles Celander 2017-07-28T00:49:26+00:00

Mel Fleck

Fleck Studios
Taylorsville, KY

Images are hand-pulled, painted, and embossed intaglio acid etchings. They are all original compositions; the result of over twenty-five years of travel and research.

Mel Fleck 2017-07-28T00:43:03+00:00

Inkling

Chicago, IL
theinklingshop.com

Each handmade art print is made using the block printing method. Several layers are hand-carved out of linoleum and each layer is inked separately, laid down and repeated.

Inkling 2017-08-15T22:36:38+00:00

Richard James Nelson

St. Paul, MN
richardjamesnelson.com

I create limited edition woodcut prints using the Japanese method of Moku Hanga. Each color is laid down with a separate hand carved block of poplar.

Richard James Nelson 2017-07-28T00:50:41+00:00

Sevim Surucu

Marbling Studio
Elk Grove Village, IL
sevimsurucu.com

Ebru is a traditional Turkish paper marbling art of creating patterns by sprinkling color pigments on water, designing flower patterns over this background and then transforming this design to paper.

Sevim Surucu 2017-07-28T00:41:46+00:00

Ken Swanson

Racine, WI
kenswansonprintmaker.com

Linoleum block prints: I carve my original design into a block of linoleum, print the carving on white archival paper using black oil ink, then hand-paint the result with transparent acrylic inks.

Ken Swanson 2017-07-28T00:38:25+00:00

Judy Zeddies

Chicago, IL
judyzeddies.com

Techniques include monotypes, collagraphs & screen prints, many in combination. I think of my work as an uncommon look at everyday objects. All work printed by the artist; editions of 25 or fewer.

Judy Zeddies 2017-07-28T00:44:10+00:00