Printmaking

Bradley Hall

Bradley D. Hall Gallery

Granite Falls, MN

https://www.bradleyhallgallery.com/

2018 booth #85 

Hand watercolored & hand printed, linoleum block prints.

For creating the linoleum block prints the process consists of transferring a sketch onto a linoleum block from a reference photo or sketch. The artist then hand carves the linoleum block. The artist prints the block with watercolor paper, on a tabletop pilot press. The prints are each hand painted, signed and numbered.

The prints are framed in barn wood, by the artist, from material collected from old farm buildings.

 

© Bradley Hall

© Bradley Hall

Holly Foss

Minneapolis, MN
hollysuefossart.weebly.com
2018 booth #26 

I enjoy the technical process of silkscreening. I begin with a drawing, clean it up and choose my colors. I then cut a green film to make stencils for each color. I adhered one stencil at a time into the screen. I hand print using a squeegee to push the ink through the screen onto my registered paper underneath. When I finish a color, I clean the stencil out of the screen and set up the next color. My work is signed and numbered limited editions.

© Holly Foss

© Holly Foss

© Holly Foss

© Holly Foss

© Holly Foss

© Holly Foss