Mary Brodbeck

2017-10-25T15:15:45+00:00October 25th, 2017|Prints|

"Woodblock prints are impressions on paper made from carved and inked woodblocks. Multi-color prints require separate woodblocks for all the different colors. My prints are made the traditional Japanese way, using water-color pigments and pressing by hand. I learned the traditional methods of Japanese woodblock [...]

William Hays

2017-06-14T11:51:23+00:00June 14th, 2017|Prints|

Vermont artist William Hays had his first solo show in Anchorage, Alaska in 1980. Originally a watercolor and oil painter from the age of 15, Hays began exploring lino cuts in 2007. By 2012 he had devoted his time entirely to them. He has been [...]

Emily Gray Koehler

2016-09-13T16:12:48+00:00September 13th, 2016|Prints|

In Emily’s work, you can experience the places she calls home: City and Country, Prairie and North Woods, Minnesota and Michigan. Emily’s early work reflects her strong ties to her ancestral farm in Michigan’s lower peninsula and her love for the natural world. In them, [...]

Anna Marie Pavlik

2011-03-01T23:21:13+00:00March 1st, 2011|Prints|

Native Minnesotan Anna Marie Pavlik earned degrees in both studio art and mechanical engineering during the 1970’s before making her way to Austin, TX and Frankfort, KY, where she established a studio in 2010. The artist creates intricate, thought-provoking prints using a variety of methods, [...]

Charles Beck

2011-03-01T22:57:07+00:00March 1st, 2011|Prints|

Printmaker Charles Beck was born and raised in Fergus Falls, MN and he returned there to establish himself as an artist after completing military service and graduate school in the 1950s. As the predominant theme of his work is landscape, the artist has expressed that [...]

Richard Stephens

2011-03-01T22:54:12+00:00March 1st, 2011|Prints|

Minneapolis printmaker and instructor Richard Stephens explores regional landmarks in his work. The artist addresses both natural wonders, as in his Up North series depicting waterfalls in Northern Minnesota, and man-made intrusions upon the landscape, as evidenced by an edition of images depicting utility poles. [...]

Jim Meyer

2011-03-01T22:53:39+00:00March 1st, 2011|Prints|

Jim Meyer began making woodcuts in the early 1990s, while employed as a commercial artist. Interested in pursuing work purely of his own direction, he soon made the transition to independent printmaker, focusing on intimate, painterly studies of the American landscape. Much of his subject [...]

Nick Wroblewski

2011-03-01T22:52:45+00:00March 1st, 2011|Prints|

Nick Wroblewski, a former Twin Cities artist now based in Viroqua, WI, specializes in hand-cut wood block prints. Nick studied art at Bennington College (VT) and later taught himself relief printmaking. Majoring in painting and sculpture, he combined elements of the two and [...]

Betsy Bowen

2011-03-01T22:52:07+00:00March 1st, 2011|Prints|

Betsy Bowen is an illustrator of both the wildlife and domestic life that takes place around her longtime home near Grand Marais on Minnesota’s North Shore. The immediate lure of color and line in Betsy’s woodcuts invites viewers to discover the good-humored stories she tells [...]