Printmaking Today - Spring 2015 - Issue 93

Year 2015
Volume 24
Issue 93

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 24 Spring 2015 Issue 93

Rainmaker's Diary
American artist Lynne Avadenka responds to the landscapes of Israel

Ceramic Bodies
Both patterns and politics drive the work of Charlotte Hodes, as Rosie Howell discovers when she talks to the artist about her collaboration with Spode

Imminent Victorians
Nan Mulder explores the uncanny representation of childhood in the mezzotints of Marc Frising, an artist whose technique allows him to get the soul of his subject

Time and Tide
Neil Bousfield's beautiful engravings tell stories about the vulnerable and ever-changing coastal landscape of Norfolk, writes Alice Clayton

Cultural Counterpoint
Claire Cuccio consider the retrospective impressions Chinese woodblock printmaker Huang Kai

Artist's Eye
Milos Dordevic was the winner of the Printmaking Today award by public vote at the International Print Biennial 2014. He explains the ideas behind his Cascades series to Nancy Campbell

A Phoenix from the Ashes
Sean Rorke reports on efforts to restore the influential Swedish workshop Grafikens Hus to its former glory following a devastating fire

Artist's Books
Island Life
An unusual island landscape that captivated Otto is represented in a new artist's book with poems by Chris Sulley, writes Sarah Bodman

Cuttings - News,Previews and Exhibitions


Desert Colours
Jacqueline F Gribbin and Sean Smith spent a week teaching Japanese woodblock printing to artists of the Wirrimanu Community at Warlayirti Art Centre in Western Australia

Impressions of Amsterdam
American artists Scott Ludwig describes his use of a combination of techniques to create prints inspired by 'photo quests' during his residency at Amsterdam Grafisch Atelier

Permanent Print
Tracy Hill reports on a recent symposium at which artists from many disciplines collaborated to revitalize the relationship between print and creamics

Pocket-Plate Printing
Techincal Helen Lavery's narrative-fuelled, often figurative works emerge from the flux of accident and design, as a recent project combining mosaic etching and digital print technology demonstrates

Artists Helping Artists
John Graham describes an idyllic residency in a Scandinavian studio set in a picturesque quarter of Odense's old town, which is at the heart of contemporary art activity

London Original Print Fair celebrates 30 years this spring, making it the longest-running specialist print fair in the world Printmaking Today asked some of the regular exhibitors to share their impressions of the event

Mad March Multiples
Auction Preview Romina Provenzi introduces her pick of the prints going under the hammer at the international spring sales

Book Reviews