Intaglio Prints (190)

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Ralph Slatton, Sandra Ramos, Rachel E Heberling, Falk Geissler offering original Intaglio Prints artworks.


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Ralph Slatton: 'Lesser of the Two Evils', 1996 Intaglio, Animals. Artist Description:  Two dogs pulling cart with square wheels.  Dogs were antler disguises, using branches.  The harder they pull the tighter become the ropes that draw the cart. ...
Animals - Intaglio
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Ralph Slatton: 'Best Friend', 1992 Intaglio, Animals. Artist Description:  A primative representation of dog grins with serrated teeth. ...
Animals - Intaglio
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Ralph Slatton: 'And the Slithy Toves', 2004 Intaglio, Animals. Artist Description:  Piggybacked toads balance themselves on a tight rope.  ...
Animals - Intaglio
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Sandra Ramos: 'The wheel of the history', 2009 Intaglio, Undecided.
Undecided - Intaglio
50 x 90 cm (19.7 x 35.4 inches)
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Sandra Ramos: 'In paciencia', 2009 Intaglio, Undecided.
Undecided - Intaglio
50 x 90 cm (19.7 x 35.4 inches)
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Sandra Ramos: 'Scape', 2009 Intaglio, Undecided.
, 2009
Undecided - Intaglio
50 x 90 cm (19.7 x 35.4 inches)
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Sandra Ramos: 'Huracan', 2009 Intaglio, Undecided.
, 2009
Undecided - Intaglio
50 x 90 cm (19.7 x 35.4 inches)
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Rachel E Heberling: 'Auto Graph', 2009 Intaglio, Urban. Artist Description:  Miner in middle of street wearing respiration gear. Location is small coal town in Pennsylvania with coal region maps layered underneath. ...
, 2009
Urban - Intaglio
23.8 x 17.5 inches (60.5 x 44.5 cm)
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Falk Geissler: 'Unbegreifbar II', 2006 Intaglio, Undecided. Artist Description:  Unbegreifbar II ( Unfathomable/ Untouchable)technique: copperplate engravingyear: 2006size of plate: 120mm x 120mmsize of paper: 270mm x 260mm ...
Undecided - Intaglio
120 x 120 mm ( x )
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Falk Geissler: 'New Years Greeting Card 2007', 2006 Intaglio, Figurative. Artist Description:  technique: copperplate engravingyear: 2006size of plate: 120mm x 83mm  ...
Figurative - Intaglio
83 x 120 mm ( x )
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Ralph Slatton - I enjoy working with animal imagery. My animals love to wear disguises as they romp throught the mazes and ropes that bind them. They are sometimes unaware of their plight, happily frolicking along in a surreal world of dangers. Each movement implies tighter binds. My animals embrase the attributes given to humans. In fact, they are a kind of stand-in for people and life's events. In one of my intaglios entitled, "Friends," I explore the idea of mobile entrapment, where our prisons move with us. Sometimes my creatures lose limbs, yet compensate with new growth. All the while, my intention is not for sadistism or torture to dominate the concept. Rather, I use these as tools to motivate and narrate the human condition. I explore those cages we create for ourselves and do this in a safe way, by disguising these issues as the icons of the animal world. ...

Sandra Ramos - For me, making art is a way of communication with all human being and with the future. Through my work I try to express my relation with the political and social contemporary context worldwide. My work is also a reflection about the specific reality of my country. One of the main subjects on my work is the relationship between personal freedom and political power. Thus trough my work I try to make a daily recovery of and individual and social memory tied to everyday overcoming of economical and social uncertainties. My work is highly relating whit the lost utopian feelings and frustration of the socialism-emancipating ideal, which are states of minds very characteristics of the actual Cuban society. I use diversity medias, according to the variety of significance of each work. I have made a lot of etchings prints, using my self-portrait and a XIX century print trying to create a character similar to Alice in Wonderland. This girl has the function of commenting the resent history of my country through popular stories pointed out by texts. In this series I also incorporate classical characters taken from the popular political Cuban caricature, which are symbols of Cuban people ...

Rachel E Heberling - I walked up the dirt road before leaving the mountains. Fall was creeping in. I thought a car had driven by, but there remained a strange banging and rattling noise. I turned around and listened, yet nobody was there. I looked again; it was just a 25 mile-an-hour sign caught up in a tree. With the winds kicking up, I ran back down the hill. There were always strange machines in the basement. A Victrola, oil lamps, and car transmissions sat in the dark, collecting dust by the coal furnace. I grew up in a log home on a mountainside in Pennsylvania's coal regions, where black slag piles were poised to swallow one-street towns: a landmark of the Industrial Revolution's demise. When I would pass just over the ridge and wander through abandoned factories, I could feel the heavy air inside: damp and laden with an eerie silence. My childhood existed at the tail end of an era of typewriters and rotary phones: forms of communication that demand a physical connection. These fragmented memories still exist in the tactility of ink embedded into a surface, whether rolled through a press or fed through a typewriter. ...