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Quick Print

After months of telling my friend Laura that I would show her linocut printmaking, we finally had a chance to get together. Her dog Tundra was sleeping on the kitchen floor, and proved to be the perfect muse. It felt good to create a small (~4″x4″) artwork in a couple of hours.

SuzannaWrightTundraPrint

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Dance Lessons

For my first experiment with polymer plate printmaking, I created a silly 32-page mini book.



No, no, I don’t really suppose to teach anyone anything about dancing.

The book was printed using two 8.5×11 polymer plates. The prints are double-sided and cut down to size.

Here is what one of the pages looks like:

Dance Lessons was printed in an edition of 8 of which a few copies remain. Leave me a comment or e-mail me at wrightsuzanna [a t] gmail [d o t] com if you are interested in collecting your very own!

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Abstract Planimetrics

An early attempt at woodcut printmaking using a piece of burnt and discarded plywood.

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