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Susan Groce, Invasive Species (16 segment detail of 216 segment installation), 2008


SEM images created through the Herbarium at the Edinburgh Royal Botanical Gardens. All positives, plates and prints produced at the Department of Art, University of Maine. Invasive Species brings together environmentally safer methods of production with content based on environmental issues. Living so close to the limits of our visual perception, change - even great change, becomes invisible in the here and now. It is often only by reaching beyond what is immediately appreciable to the eye that the effects of change come into focus. This installation of Intaglio Type etchings, based on macroscopic views from above (hurricanes and military airfields) juxtaposed with electron microscope images (leaf surfaces and seedpods), the view from within, explores how natural and human worlds intersect through the simultaneous constructive and destructive forces of nature and human endeavor. SG


LINK: PRINTMAKING RESOURCES (Printmakers and Artists)
LINK: INTAGLIO TYPE
LINK: HARD AND SOFT GROUND




Keith Howard                       www.KeithHoward.org

Elizabeth Dove                    www.elizabethdove.com

Susan Groce                       www.umaine.edu/art/exhibitions/intaglio.htm
                                                                            






Henrik Boegh                     www.grafiskeksperimentarium.dk/en/index.html   www.artbag.dk

Hugh Bryden
                      www.hughbryden.com


Robert Maclaurin               www.robertmaclaurin.com

Eunice Kim                         www.eunicekim.net 

Liz Chalfin                           www.lizchalfin.com










                       

                        Liz Chalfin, magic, photopolymer intaglio, ink drawing and watercolor, 2008








  Mark Zunino                       inkteraction.ning.com/profile/markzunino

  Scott Prior                           scottpriorart.com/prints.php

  Lillianna Pereira
               
www.lilliannapereira.com
  

  Claudia Sperry                   www.claudiasperry.com/

  Joan Hausrath
                   
www.joanhausrath.com


  Terence Hannum
               www.terencehannum.com

  Jason Terry
                       
www.ncfaculty.net/jterry/


  Hester Stinnett                   www.hesterstinnett.com/


  Ross Alexander                  www.rossaalexander.com

  Eva Figueras Ferrer           www.ub.edu/gravat

  Beverley Garrett                 www.beverleygarrett.com

  Justin Staller                       www.justinstaller.com

  Kathleen Judge                   www.judgeworks.com

  Alyson Beaton                     www.growbook.org




Jason Terry, Intuition Series No 40 

 






Matt Forrest                  www.mattforrest.net

Endi Poskovic              www.endiposkovic.com

Jennifer Lynch              www.lynchpinpressinc.com

Marnix Everaert           www.marnix-everaert.com

 

 





                                                




    Lillianna Pereira
    The Far Side of Paradise
    photopolymer intaglio print
    artist's website
 
    LINK: THE GREEN PRINT STUDIO
    LINK: ZEA MAYS PRINTMAKING











































Chloe Randall
paper assemblage
made using ferric based dye


LINK: ETCH COPPER AND BRASS




































Tom Drew
direct marks etched into aluminum
using the Saline Sulfate Etch
at the University of Chester
2005

LINK: ETCH ZINC, STEEL, ALUMINUM
LINK: ART MEETS SCIENCE
























Indrani Gall, Eclipse II, color Intaglio Type print

LINK: PERFECT REGISTRATION
LINK: INTAGLIO TYPE
LINK: BEGINNERS COMPENDIUM















Jennifer Page [Cape Fear Press],
Transmutation 9
series of 9 photo etchings on copper


These original etchings are photo etched in copper. The tower image is etched in one plate that is inked and printed. The geometric patterns are deep etched on separate plates and printed second without ink, embossing the patterns in the paper. The embossing does not go behind the towers. Each tower has its own pattern.





















LINK: ETCH COPPER AND BRASS
LINK:
PRINTMAKING RESOURCES (Suppliers)











Elizabeth Dove
hybrid print
artist's website

LINK: AQUATINT SCREEN































































Liz Chalfin
, what's next?, photopolymer intaglio and ink drawing, 2008
artist's website

LINK: THE GREEN PRINT STUDIO
LINK: ZEA MAYS PRINTMAKING

LINK: PRINTMAKING RESOURCES (Studios, Printmakers and Artists)













Matt Forrest

artist's website

LINK: PHOTOCOPY ETCH











  Eunice Kim
  Five Elements (Metal), collagraph
  artist's website

  

  LINK: COLLAGRAPH



























Endi Poskovic  The Night Studio in Gray with Red  Color woodblock print from 5 blocks on Kozo Okawar washi
artist's website
  

LINK: WOODCUT










Joe Lindsey, silkscreen and digital print, 2007, Columbia College Chicago Academic Print Studio

LINK: SCREENPRINTING BASICS










Keith Howard
Munch's Scream Missing
Four-color Intaglio Type
(hand printed with 8 plates)
2006

LINK: INTAGLIO TYPE

































Victoria Delaney, Pier, photopolymer print on primed canvas, University of Chester degree show, 2005


LINK: INTAGLIO TYPE











Liam Murtaugh
assemblage of color
Intaglio Type prints
2007

LINK: INTAGLIO TYPE







































Mark Zunino
Two Boxes
etching
artist's website









































Terence Hannum
monoprint

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Leonor Quezada
Jesus
Intaglio Type print made using a high resolution halftone
2007


LINK: INTAGLIO TYPE








































Joan Wiener, Poppies 5, photopolymer intaglio and Chine Colle

LINK: THE GREEN PRINT STUDIO
LINK: ZEA MAYS PRINTMAKING












Nancy Van Deren, monotype

LINK: THE GREEN PRINT STUDIO
LINK: ZEA MAYS PRINTMAKING











Mark Graver, Nympheas I, metal salt etching printed with Akua Inks, 2009



LINK: PRINTMAKING RESOURCES WHAREPUKE PRINT STUDIO New Zealand

 

 

 



Beverley Garrett, Petrach's Pool, etching and aquatint, artist's website

LINK: AQUATINT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 












 

Jason Terry
Intuition Series No 40
photopolymer intaglio with chine colle

LINK: PRINTMAKING RESOURCES (Printmakers and Artists)










































Joan Dix Blair

LINK: THE GREEN PRINT STUDIO

LINK: ZEA MAYS PRINTMAKING











































Dan Welden
Solarplate print

LINK: SOLARPLATE
































Eric Coleman, Americana I, 4-color etched photopolymer print



Xerox transparencies were made from CMYK Photoshop separations. The four color layers were then etched into thin offset aluminum plates, and printed
upside down using Akua intaglio inks.

LINK: ETCH ZINC, STEEL, ALUMINUM
LINK: PERFECT REGISTRATION (4-color)
























Lindsay Strawn

Barbie
two plate Intaglio Type
Columbia College Chicago
2007


LINK: INTAGLIO TYPE
























David Bunn
multi-color screenprint
University of Chester Innovative Intaglio Print Studio

2004


LINK: SCREENPRINTING BASICS










































Henrik Boegh, Angkhor Temple Cambodia, photogravure from copper plate, 2003




LINK: A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
LINK: PRINTMAKING RESOURCES (Publications)










Claudia Sperry, drypoint  
artist's website

LINK: THE GREEN PRINT STUDIO





















Melanie Boyna, 'Don't cry for me'