Printmaking Today - Winter 2007 - Issue 64

Year 2007
Volume 16
Issue 64

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 16 Winter 2007 Issue 64

Artist Louise Cattrell in conversation with Northern Print Director Anna Wilkinson during Catterell's latest exhibition in Newcastle

Artist Georgina Russell dissects and reconstructs printed matter to create elaborate sculptural pieces. Nancy Campbell talks to her in her Paris Studio

Theme Small is beautiful - at least when it comes to miniature prints - opines Anne Desmet, as major mini-print exhibitions open in Wales and Finland

Artists' Books Emma Hill looks at a psychic thriller and the sun's passage through the sky amongst the pick of Camberwell Book Arts MA Graduates

Artist's Eye Peter Lawrence ARE SWE, Printmaking Today prizewinner, adopts a jazz-like improvisation and structure in his lyrical approach to woodengraving

China Weimin He, Christensen Fellow of Chinese Painting at the Ashmolean, describes his journey to collect new Chinese prints for the Museum's collection

Laser cutting Jenny Smith on precision laser cutting and its relevance to print
Digital Artist Gerry Baptist argues the strengths and increasing potential of computer -generated imagery with 'traditional' painter- etcher Tony Dyson VPRE

Professional Practice Anita Klein PPRE's top tips on good business practice from editioning etiquette to record-keeping, from photography to framing

Printer Tania Beaumont on how in Tangier she came to print some of Wenceslaus Hollar's formerly lost 300-year-old copper plates

Printmakers' Diary
Book Reviews