Posts Tagged ‘printmaking’
Mary Burger is a poet and environmental designer as well as a visual artist. Drawing on these practices, she is interested in perceptions of space, light, and time in the natural environment, and relationships between natural and cultural adaptations. In her Optical Occlusions series, Mary starts with the simple concept of the horizon,…Read More Post a comment (0)
Norton Factory resident artist Karla Wilhelm’s work draws influence from a lifelong habit of tireless curating of ideas and objects everywhere she goes. Conception of a piece may be impacted by such disparate reference as a patterned vintage bowl, the color of a rustic wall, the design of an old sign or…Read More Post a comment (0)
Lisa Pfeiffer’s paintings and mixed media works are inspired by the temporality of life. A flower’s beauty is temporary, colors will fade and change inevitably comes. The eye sees forward, the eye feels the past.
View Lisa’s work on her blog, lisajpfeiffer.blogspot.com, and in her Oakland studio at Norton Factory during East Bay…Read More Post a comment (0)
Lisa Pfeiffer, a Norton Factory resident artist, will open her studio ONLY Sunday the 8th and will be selling signed original prints and t-shirts for $20.
Come and get a glimpse of the first stages of work in her new series debuting this spring!
And check out her blog for updates fresh from…Read More Post a comment (0)
Norton Factory Resident Artist Lisa Pfeiffer’s paintings walk the line between whimsy and something darker. Dealing with issues of childhood, friendship, and growing up, her beautiful pieces are executed using a variety of techniques and materials including silk screening, acrylic painting, lacquer, fabric, and sanding.
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We are absolutely thrilled to have printmaker Eric Rewitzer join us for Open Studios! Eric specializes in linocut printmaking, a variant of relief printmaking. In linocut printmaking, the artist cuts into the flat surface of linoleum with sharp hand tools, removing the non-printing parts of the design, so that the desired image…Read More Post a comment (0)
Born in New Zealand, Linda Yao is a long-time Bay Area resident, painter and printmaker inspired by California’s cultural and geographical diversity. The San Francisco Bay is her favorite subject: she sketches the daily ship traffic, bridges,cranes,freeways, sunrises, sunsets, fogs, moon rises, tides, seagulls–and an occasional cruise ship and America’s…Read More Post a comment (0)