Printmaking Today - Winter 2008 - Issue 68

Year 2008
Volume 17
Issue 68

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 17 Winter 2008 Issue 68

Publisher Pratt Contemporary is one of the UK's leading studios and publishers

Artist Colin See-Paynton RE's new wood engravings published by Gregynog Press are a triumphant joint venture, say Robert Meyrick Hon RE

Theme The Art of Democracy project aimed to stir up interest in America's recent Presidential election via art. Anne Desmet surveys the results

Artists Derek Michael Besason has international reputation for projects of subtle intelligence and epic scale. Liz Wylie reports on his Fifteen Restless Nights

Artists' Books Sarah Bodman on the active artist' bookmaking scene in Poland

Artist's Eye Janet Curley Cannon's haunting tower block on the verge of destruction was captured on film on the day of London's 7/7 bombings

Museum The Berliner Kuperstichkabinett, Berlin, is Germany's leading museum of prints and drawings. Alexander Adams takes a look

Residency Sue Corr describes her artist's residency in Quebec and the inspiration supplied by the deep, deep snow

Workshop Anna Alcock on setting up a new open-access print workshop

Solarplate Shelia de Rosa test out the power of the sun

Gum Arabic Transfer Sue Brown describes her direct method of making richly textured printing plates from photocopies

Printmakers' Diary
Books Reviews