Printmaking Today - Summer 2004 - Issue 50

Year 2004
Volume 13
Issue 50

(£6.50 inc. vat)

3 Editorial Guest opinion by David Lee
4 Lettters News and views from readers
5 Printmakers' diary Summer print news

6 Artist Eileen Cooper RA gets bask to basics with her latest woodcuts. Richard Clarke reports
8 Artist Fred Williams' Australian Vision at the British Museum reviewed by Simon Brett RE
10 Artist Marilene Oliver's print-based sculptures probe morality. Mike Sims investigates

12 Microscopy Judith Palmer explores the extraordinary art of magnifying the microscopic

15 News The Fitzwillaim's makeover, new art on the London Underground and the Big Art Issue
18 Listings Print exhibitions and opportunities in the UK and from around the world

22 Etching Friedhard Kiekeben on the science of non-toxic intaglio and his own discoveries
24 Woodcut Denie Walker revives the 16th century art of chiaroscuro woodcut

26 Education Rebecaa Salter on reviving traditional woodblock techniques in today's Japan
28 Debate Alexander Adams on the undermining of printmaking as an artists' medium
29 Workshop Peter Belyi on setting up a brand new studio in St Petersberg

30 Book reviews Chinese Printmaking Today, Plate Litho handbook, plus Mastering Digital Printing
31 Artists's books Emma Hilll on digital/photo Czech autobiography by Yvonne Kyriakides
32 Resources Workshops, studios, services, contacts
34 Subject Matters Vicki Aimers on her use of print and needlework to explore her changing identity