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“Printmakers: intaglio, monotype, silkscreen, woodcut”

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Friday, 2 February 2024 to Saturday, 23 March 2024
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Friday, 2 February 2024 - 5:00pm

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SLA Art Space is delighted to present  “Printmakers: intaglio, monotype, silkscreen, woodcut” a group exhibition showcasing artwork ranging from traditional print processes and more expansive, interdisciplinary approaches.

Printmakers: intaglio, monotype, silkscreen, woodcut” a group exhibition showcasing the unique art of printmaking and its capabilities as an art medium. Ranging from traditional print processes and more expansive, interdisciplinary approaches the exhibition will feature artwork of four artists-printmakers varied in subject matter, with each artist bringing their own unique practice and creative approach.

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Elena Brady was introduced to printmaking at Manhattanville College where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Elena continued printmaking at The New School where she studied with Roberto De Lamonica and Mohammad Khalil. Her prints are mainly etchings and watercolor monotypes. Elena Brady have participated in many group shows and have prints in collections at The University of Nebraska, The University of Texas, San Antonio and in The Museo de Arte de Medellin, Medellin, Colombia.

Anita Gelman completed a BFA from the University of Michigan majoring in printmaking, continued to do etching at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris and then was granted the London Exchange Scholarship in etching to the Slade School of Art in London. She currently do etching at the School of Visual Arts and work at the NY Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. 

Else M Heinsen had a successful career in Package Design and Design Consulting. A few of her works are in MOMA’s Industrial Design Collection.Twelve years ago, Else returned to fine art. Her style in printmaking is experimental, with an affinity for textures. Her expertise is in viscosity printing. She also does silkscreening and etching.Else is a versatile artist committed to teaching and inspiring everyone she works with at the SVA studios.

 Sigita R Praneviciene with Pharmaceutical major from the Kaunas Medical Academy, Lithuania, 1993; BFA from The Fashion Institute of Technology, NY, 2022; ongoing continuing ed in printmaking with SVA. Groups show with NAWA, The Contemporary Printmaking Center in CT, SLA, and Contemporary Art Gallery Chelsea.

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6463054600
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307 W 30th St, New York, NY 10001

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