Etchings / Artist Prints

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Bob Filbey, Barbara Jones, Amy Arledge, Annie Kolaczkowski, Emma Saul, Frederick Jones, Zoja Trofimiuk, Bert Menco, Aekkachai Ninlapat, Martha Hayden, Juergen W.d. Stieler, Gonzalo Di Paolo, Agnieszka Sukiennik, Tina Browder, David Larson Evans offering original Etchings artworks.


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Barbara Jones: 'Microscope Particle 3', 2009 Etching, Abstract.  An original print based on an electron microscope image of
Abstract - Etching
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Barbara Jones: 'Microparticle 1', 2009 Etching, Abstract.  An original print based on an electron microscope image of
Abstract - Etching
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Amy Arledge: 'Wool', 2008 Etching, Animals.  Copper plate etching. Approximately 4
, 2008
Animals - Etching
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Amy Arledge: 'Venus', 2008 Etching, Abstract.  Copper plate etching. Approximately 4
, 2008
Abstract - Etching
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Amy Arledge: 'Eating Crow', 2008 Etching, Birds.  Copper plate etching. Approximately 4 x 6. Hand printed with a manual press on white Rives BFK archival paper with black ink. Matted with off- white archival mat. 1 of only 10 copies. ...
Birds - Etching
6 x 4 inches (15.2 x 10.2 cm)
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Annie Kolaczkowski: 'Moon Cradle', 2008 Etching, Undecided.
Undecided - Etching
6 x 8 inches (15.2 x 20.3 cm)
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Emma Saul: 'Exploring', 2008 Etching, Animals.
, 2008
Animals - Etching
5 x 5 cm (2.0 x 2.0 inches)
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Emma Saul: 'Wee Dog', 2008 Etching, Animals.
, 2008
Animals - Etching
5 x 5 cm (2.0 x 2.0 inches)
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Frederick Jones: 'vertical nude', 2008 Etching, Figurative.  figure with legwarmer ...
Figurative - Etching
10 x 15 cm (3.9 x 5.9 inches)
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Frederick Jones: 'waterlooplein', 2007 Etching, Figurative.  figure crossing field of vision by canal ...
Figurative - Etching
20 x 25 cm (7.9 x 9.8 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk: 'YOUNG SOCIALIST', 1996 Etching, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Etching
30 x 15 cm (11.8 x 5.9 inches)
Zoja Trofimiuk: 'PAPARATZZO', 2008 Etching, Undecided.
, 2008
Undecided - Etching
30 x 20 cm (11.8 x 7.9 inches)
Bert Menco: 'Deluge', 2004 Etching, Fantasy.
, 2004
Fantasy - Etching
5 x 12 inches (12.7 x 30.5 cm)
Bert Menco: 'Flying Dutchman', 1996 Etching, Fantasy. Title self- explicatory...
Fantasy - Etching
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Bert Menco: 'Centiment', 2008 Etching, Undecided.
, 2008
Undecided - Etching
3 x 14 inches (7.6 x 35.6 cm)
Bert Menco: 'Golem', 1988 Etching, Fantasy.
, 1988
Fantasy - Etching
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
Bert Menco: 'Behind Walls', 1977 Etching, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Etching
10 x 11 inches (25.4 x 27.9 cm)
Aekkachai Ninlapat: 'wansook', 2005 Etching, Undecided.
, 2005
Undecided - Etching
45 x 68 cm (17.7 x 26.8 inches)
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Aekkachai Ninlapat: 'o', 2005 Etching, Undecided.
, 2005
Undecided - Etching
67 x 42 cm (26.4 x 16.5 inches)
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Frederick Jones: 'doorway', 2008 Etching, Urban.  doorway and steps, Helsinki ...
, 2008
Urban - Etching
10 x 12 cm (3.9 x 4.7 inches)
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Martha Hayden: 'The Gurzon Valley', 2008 Etching, Abstract Landscape.  color acquatint of Rochefort- en- terre, Breton ...
Abstract Landscape - Etching
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
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Juergen W.d. Stieler: 'Traces of Buncefield 2005', 2006 Etching, undecided.  Inspired by the blast of the Buncefield oil depot ( Hemel Hempstead, England) desaster in 2005, I let firefighters collect traces and scratch CDs I sent them ON THE SCENE. the CDs were incorporated as additional printing plates into the copper etching plate. The black ink on the CDs is homebrew...
undecided - Etching
60 x 50 cm (23.6 x 19.7 inches)
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Gonzalo Di Paolo: 'Illay in the forrest', 1999 Etching, Romance. This etching has multiple layers of complexity and shades.Looks beautiful once framed. It could be yours!...
Romance - Etching
10 x 15 inches (25.4 x 38.1 cm)
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Frederick Jones: 'green', 2005 Etching, Abstract.  various intensities and striations of green; aquatint ...
, 2005
Abstract - Etching
5 x 8 inches (12.7 x 20.3 cm)
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Frederick Jones: 'bowl', 2007 Etching, Still Life.  bowl in morning light, cabin in Swedish archipelago; burnished aquatint and spit- bite and sugar lift etching ...
, 2007
Still Life - Etching
3 x 3 inches (7.6 x 7.6 cm)
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Agnieszka Sukiennik: 'my space', 2007 Etching, Other.
, 2007
Other - Etching
210 x 100 cm (82.7 x 39.4 inches)
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Agnieszka Sukiennik: 'my place', 2007 Etching, Other.
, 2007
Other - Etching
210 x 100 cm (82.7 x 39.4 inches)
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Tina Browder: 'Looking Glass', 2007 Etching, Figurative.
Figurative - Etching
6 x 8 inches (15.2 x 20.3 cm)
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David Larson Evans: 'ertica', 2007 Etching, Abstract Figurative.  limited edtion . . hand pulled by the artist ...
, 2007
Abstract Figurative - Etching
24 x 25 inches (61.0 x 63.5 cm)
David Larson Evans: 'mr suthers', 2007 Etching, Landscape.  limited edtion etching. . . hand pulled by artist ...
, 2007
Landscape - Etching
12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm)
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    Amy Arledge - I am interested in all areas of printmaking, and my specific emphasis is on copper plate etching. I find the precision and multi-step process required of etching to be very alluring. Most of my prints are subjects from nature; I enjoy the challenge that birds, animals and insects present when trying to convey a detailed sense of feathers, fur and exoskeletons. My focus is strictly on the subjects, so often they are presented in solitude to emphasize their individual character and essence. Additional exploration in abstraction allows me to experiment with new techniques and expand my range of expression. ...

    Emma Saul - I am inspired by the land and sea, and both real and imagined landscapes are the subject of much of my work. I love to capture light from stormy or threatening skies, but I also love the feel of the light after the storm has passed. My work is often about layers, both in technique and in subject matter. I like to see my paintings evolve as I work on them, as do the landscapes they represent. Although I work mainly in oils and acrylic, I love textures and use a variety of materials to achieve paintings that in some cases are almost sculptural. I work straight on the canvas and try not to plan a painting in too much detail. This gives my work an impulsive quality, and it is this spontaneous aspect that attracted me to print. I produce small edition or unique original prints. I love the fact that however much you prepare a print, the result is always something unplanned and better than imagined. My monoprints are all, by their nature, unique. My etchings tend to have aspects that make each print, in what I always keep as small editions, different from the one before. Please ...

    Frederick Jones - On the surface my etchings are representational. The content is chiefly urban and/or figurative, and they aim to catch the texture of the everyday world - places, times, effects of light and weather. I am very concerned with the abstract geometries which remain visible within, or arise from, the world of appearances. Most of my prints are monochrome, although red makes an occasional appearance. The main influences on my etching have been the etchings of Rembrandt, and modern Dutch etchers - Aat Veldhoen, Charles Donker, Willem den Ouden ... ...

    Zoja Trofimiuk - Artisti?1/2s Statement My Art is my Statement. Volume and Space are concepts that have influenced my art. I am particularly fascinated by their appearance in the human body. I am interested in exploring dialogue both internal dialogue, which exists within oneself, and external connection that moves between two people or objects. My art explores i?1/2contradictionsi?1/2 which are attracted to each other and create a new whole. The human figure appeals to me as an adequate form for expressing these ideas. Working with glass has given me the opportunity to stretch the boundaries of these concepts to new limits, as well as offering me the joyful experience of playing with colour. I would like to concentrate my attention on capturing absence, an impression, commemorate memory, fleeing presence, give physical form to a spiritual value. The absence transferred into visual terms, long after it ceased to exist. In both instances, when working with bronze or glass, I apply a casting technique called i?1/2Lost Waxi?1/2. ...

    Bert Menco - Though they may seem simple, especially my drawings and intaglio prints but also my paintings are actually quite elaborate; half a year's work on an image is no exception for me. I draw directly or use small sketches, even doodles, as image-generating nuclei, often combining two or three that appear to complement each other. I rarely use concrete references, but rather work from inner visions. I tend to be narrative in my own art, perhaps poetic narrative. I don't see my images as telling a story but rather as reflections of inner feelings, similar to some poetry, and would like observers to read them as such. I like to believe that my work carries a certain mystery. My images are very much "inside out.aEUR? I have usually some idea of what I want to obtain, but much of the image is generated while I draw or paint. The end product always surprises me; I am often amazed that there even is an end product. Analyzing my own art is difficult but I think that the dreamlike images tend to deal with confined spaces which contain certain characters that reach out to one another but do not quite ...

    Martha Hayden - My painting is both realistic and abstract, it is on that elusive edge between there and not there. On first look everything is in place, then all dissolves. I want realism and abstraction to take turns. I want a painting sometimes very evocative of time and place, sometimes overwhelming in abstract, structural logic. I look for a surprise, a drama, a different way of seeing. I try not to see anything for itself alone, but as a part of the whole. In this context, my subjects take on meanings other than the accustomed ones. They are more than still life and landscape; they are comments on thinking and seeing. ...

    Juergen W.d. Stieler - Born 1955 in the town of the pied piper in Lower Saxony, Germany. I left my home town when I was 21 and live in Flensburg, the most northern German city, next to the Danish border. Drawing, painting and printmaking are the techniques I work in. Recently I experimented upon "collecting traces" and converted them in prints to achieve authentic references of everyday occurrences or remarkable events, e.g. the Buncefield oil depot desaster in England Nov 2005....

    David Larson Evans - Without question drawing is the heart and soul of art.Becoming a trained draftsman helps to make us capable of mastering any medium.Studying Art for a lifetime ,from New York to Europe. I have many people to thank for helping make it a lifelong quest.In these etchings I am in search of something simple yet hopefully vital, even perhaps elemental(everyone can respond to something elemental). Clarity is important but by adding a hint of mystery i find it makes a more compelling and pleasing work of art. As a Printmaker it is often most difficult to force a piece of flat metal into a negative of an image that matches the original idea (whats in the had). It is a challenge to say the least. My etchings are always limited to 5o prints or less at which time the plates are defaced(keeping the low edtion size). One excitement of being an artist comes with the start of a new piece. Artist can often find inspiration in the other arts. Lately the opera has peaked some interest along with portrait painting in oils.It is wonderful when we find things that move us. The heart controls many ...