Mays Mayhew

Mays Mayhew
Collaborator: Mays Camarata
Associates: Mike Camarata, Scarlet Camarata, Gray Camarata
Aurora, IL
maysmayhew.com

I use graphite on paper to create highly realistic figurative art. Occasionally, I add watercolor, colored pencil, or gesso to heighten details.

Mays Mayhew2022-08-16T21:44:28+00:00

Chris Charles

Chris Charles
Rochester, NY
moonrabbitpress.com

Limited edition letterpress prints from carved linoleum & wood blocks, hand-set type, and experimental techniques. I like to push the limits of my presses & play with new methods of typesetting.

Chris Charles2022-08-16T16:48:41+00:00

Hiroshi Ariyama

Hiroshi Ariyama
Ariyama Studio
Chicago, IL
ariyamastudio.com

Hand printed multi-colored limited edition screen printing of Chicago and its neighborhood scenes. Water base ink and acid free paper used.

Hiroshi Ariyama2022-08-16T19:26:57+00:00

Stephanie Keller

Stephanie Keller
Inkling
Chicago, IL
theinklingshop.com

Inkling has thoughtfully curated a selection of printmakers that use handmade techniques. These include linoleum carving, silk screen and wood block printing.

Stephanie Keller2022-08-16T23:31:27+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 Zeddies2022-08-16T19:54:24+00:00

Lee Galusha

Lee Galusha
Chicago, IL
origamionly.com

Folded paper gives life and movement to my butterflies, dragonflies, peacocks, etc. A colorful 3D visual experience, which changes from different angles and lighting it gives an uplifting sensation.

Lee Galusha2022-08-16T21:17:34+00:00

Adam Hoffman

Adam Hoffman
Salt Lake City, UT
ahfractals.com

I use math equations to create fractal geometry which I layer and color to create complex organic feeling scenes. My work is created from scratch, it is not photomanipulation of any kind.

Adam Hoffman2022-08-16T15:23:01+00:00

Ken Swanson

Ken Swanson
Racine, WI
Etsy Store

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

Ken Swanson2022-08-16T20:10:12+00:00

Jim Brown

Jim Brown
Vancouver, Canada

I photograph lonely trees along my journeys- after modifying the images I hand print them to plaster- the imagined forests are individual images collaged together to represent a journal of my travels.

Jim Brown2022-07-08T20:04:19+00:00
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