Booth # 28
Elizabeth’s etched plate adds historical weight and mysterious compliments to the personal narratives, fantastical tales, and observations of the world around her. Her compositions are created using traditional, intaglio methods and materials.
Judith Ann Eldridge
Booth # 46
As a printmaker, Judith handprints limited edition intaglio prints using primarily line etching, aquatint, and drypoint. She then colors through the ink, by using multiple plates or occasionally, she touches up her work by hand.
Booth # 49
Donna’s work consists of magical abstracts and fresh landscapes using cold wax and oil paints layered on wood panels.
Booth # 40
Nina screen prints shapes on and within layers of epoxy resin on wood boards. She mixes her shape with freeing brush strokes, metal leaves, and occasionally rocks.
Booth # 83
By using a combination of black and white compressed charcoal and charcoal pencils, Siobhan achieves a detailed, realistic representation of a horse.
Booth # 131
Anne creates monotypes with oil-based etching inks, plants, and Rived BFK paper.
Booth # 76
Bernard makes etchings.
Booth # 95
Flo’s "painterly" soft ground etchings are made from zinc plates using nitric acid and utilizes oil inks. Each etchings is unique as she inks the plate with all the colors at the same time so, with only one pass through the press, a soft "painterly" image emerges.
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