Printmaking Today - Spring 2010 - Issue 73

Year 2010
Volume 19
Issue 73

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Volume 19 Spring 2010 Issue 73


Artists Tim and Alice Mara, father and daughter printmakers, shared an interest in the human condition, writes Mark Hampson as a new show opens in London

Artist's Eye Julia Midgley's Masque etching takes a sidewipe at Fragonard

Artist Lino Mannocci aims to embed his monotypes with aesthetic or spiritual value, writes Curator Craig Hartley of the artist's exhibition at the Fitzwilliam

Artist Julian Trevelyan RA was truly a print pioneer. As a major retrospective opens at Pallant House, Katherine Jones talks to his widow, Mary Fedden RA

Artist's Eye Anne Forte reflects on how our memories can play tricks on us

Artist Davida Kidd's cinematically staged prints highlight the fragility and ferocity of human emotion. Derek Besant looks at this Canadian artist's distribing work



Mike Goldmark of Goldmark Gallery talks with Angela Harding about his eclectic tastes and an entrepreneurial approach to the buying and selling of art 

Digital Transfer Prints Shelley James on the latest products for printing glass

Workshop Paul Croft ARE and Lee Turner on the renowned Tamarind Institute in New Mexico, and Turner's print publishing business, Hole Editions in Newcastle

Residency Jason Oliver on being artist-in-residence at Nagasawa Art Park

Printmakers' Diary A week in the studio by Sally Gimson of Artizan Editions
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