|Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth Garden (Color Woodcut)|
Now, this was a show that left me wanting more! It is a really fine selection of makers and techniques, with local and national representation. Printmakers exhibited works created with techniques in wood block, lithography, screen printing and more.
For all of you new collectors out there that want a new piece, prints are a great way to expand your collection without breaking the bank. Seriously good work and excellent technique for extremely reasonable prices from artists that really know what they're doing. Not just in technique, although there is plenty of that.
I am leaving a couple images up; these are indicative of what appealed to me. There are additional works that were bolder and more graphic that are just as good.
Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth (Tugboat Printshop) make some beautiful woodcuts, don't they? The color and detail are amazing, as are the intricate backgrounds and detailed figures. There is something very whimsical without being sappy about their works.
There are a couple of small lithographs from Scott Frish that tugged at me, too. I get a sense of powerful control and deliberation from this very small sampling of his work.
|Valerie Lueth Livingroom (Color Woodcut), Scott Frish Untitled (Lithograph)|
Most Wanted Fine Art
Fit to Print: a group show of Master Printers
March 1 - 23, 2013
MOST WANTED FINE ART
5015 PENN AVE, PGH PA 15224