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Bill Fick is a printmaker residing as well as doing work in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He received his B.A. from Duke University and his M.F.A. from University of North Carolina-Greensboro. At present, Fick is the director of Cockeyed Press, which specializes in the production of satirical linocut prints.

 

Fick's work has been exhibited in several solo as well as group displays nationally and internationally including the Czech Republic, New Zealand, as well as Finland. Additionally, in the course of his career, Fick has served as a visiting artist, artisan in residence, as well as professor to many art schools across the country.

 

Fick's work could be seen in the series of the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts; The New York Public Library, New York, New York; as well as the Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University. In 1993, Fick was honored a National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artist Fellowship and in 1995 a North Carolina Arts Council Artist Fellowship.

 

Jacques Hnizdovsky was a Ukrainian-American painter, printmaker, sculptor, ex libris designer, as well as book illustrator. Jacques Hnizdovsky came to be in Ukraine in the Borshchivskyi Raion of Ternopil Oblast to direct descendants of a noble family bearing the Korab coat of arms. He undertook studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Zagreb, and made hundreds of paintings, as well as around three hundred prints (woodcuts, etchings and linocuts) after his move to the United States in 1949. He was influenced by woodblock printing in Japan in addition to the woodcuts of Albrecht Dürer. These influences on his early works could be viewed on his website. The majority of his woodcuts, (apart from exhibition posters, that he also printed himself directly from the woodblock) have been printed on washi, which in English is inaccurately translated into "rice paper.

 

Henri Matisse was a French artist, known for his use of color as well as his fluid and unique draughtsmanship. He was a draughtsman, printmaker, as well as sculptor, but is known mainly as a painter. Matisse is often regarded, along with Picasso and Marcel Duchamp, as among the three artists who helped to establish the groundbreaking improvements in the plastic arts in the opening decades of the twentieth century, responsible for major developments in painting as well as sculpture. His mastery of the expressive language of color as well as drawing, viewed in a body of work spanning more than a half-century, earned him recognition as a major figure in contemporary fine art.

 

Everett Ruess was an artist as well as writer who explored nature including the High Sierras, California Coast and the deserts of the United States southwest, invariably all alone. His destiny while on a journey though a remote area of Utah has become a Western mystery for quite some time. Ruess was known for cutting linoleum prints of nature as well as associated with Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange. His prints show scenes from the Monterey Bay coastline, the northern California coast in close proximity to Tomales Bay, the Sierra Nevada, Utah, as well as Arizona.

 

Hannah Tompkins was an American artist primarily known for her significant body of artwork primarily based on the writings of William Shakespeare. A catalog listing of her Shakespeare themed oil works of art appears in Shakespeare in American Painting: A Catalogue from the late eighteenth century to the present by Richard Studing. She began painting in earnest in the mid-1960s while teaching art at Ramapo Community College, Rockland County, New York. In 1979, she opened the Shambles Gallery in Santa Cruz, California as well as in 1984 opened the Shakespeare Art Museum located in Ashland, Oregon.

 

Printmaking is certainly a broad medium in art and could be learned nearly anywhere, in art classes or from printmakers. Once you know basic principles, you will find there are numerous methods to create a really good print.

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