Sarah Amos lives in East Fairfield, Vermont, and maintains an active exhibition schedule of her own work, despite her intense commitment to teaching other artists in her new Collaborative Studio. She shows at Reeves Contemporary in NYC, Koru Contemporary in Hong Kong, Heather Gaudio Fine Art in Connecticut, Lisa Brintz Gallery in Palm Beach, and Flinders Lane Gallery in Melbourne.
Susan Berry specializes in Collograph printing with the addition of chine cole and etching. She received an AS degree in Fine Arts at Dean College where she began her printmaking studies, a BS from Boston University and attended Massachusetts College of Art Short Courses while in High School. Berry is a published illustrator of nature and garden books, including Forever Green - The Dartmouth College Campus - An Arboretum of Northern Trees. Berry is a board member of Two Rivers Printmaking Studio. Her work has been shown at Red Roof Gallery in Enfield, VT, Two Rivers Printmaking Studio, Isalos Fine Art in Stonington, ME, Spheris Gallery in Hanover, NH and McGowan Fine Arts, Concord, NH. She taught printmaking at Great River Arts in Bellows Falls, VT and participated in the 2011, 2008, 2006 and 2004 TRPS Portfolio which are in the collections of Boston Public Library, University of Vermont Special Collections, Plymouth State College, Currier Museum, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Special Collections, and Southern New Hampshire University.
Amparo Carvajal-Hufschmid is known primarily for her painstakingly-built woodblock prints. The delicate patterning achieved by multi-layering create subtle color changes and are reminiscent of rich textile patterns. She has had recent exhibitions at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, as part of its Regional Selections series, and in New York City at Reeves Contemporary. She is represented by Spheris Gallery in Bellows Falls, VT, Reeves Contemporary in New York City and McGowan Fine Art in Concord, NH.
Brian D. Cohen is a printmaker and founder of Bridge Press, publisher of limited-edition artists books, in Westminster Station, VT. Brian has taught drawing, painting, printmaking and art history at The Putney School since 1985. Visual books and etchings by Brian D. Cohen are held by major public, university and private collections throughout the United States.
Farish received a diploma from the Montreal Museum School of Fine Arts and her BFA from Concordia University. She went on to study with a master printer in the French tradition of printmaking. She has spent the last twenty-five years experimenting and developing her own techniques. Catherine Farish has shown extensively in Europe, Canada, the United States, Mexico and Asia with over forty solo exhibitions and her work can be seen in many collections.
Awards include the Grand Prize for Printmaking in Québec, the Acquisition Award from the City of Montreal, the Material Award in the Boston Printmakers Exhibition and several grants, including a residency at the International Art Festival in Asilah Morocco. In 2008 she was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts. In 2010 she was awarded a grant from the Quebec Council of Arts and Letters as well as a residency fellowship at the Ballinglen Arts Foundation in Ireland. In 2013 Farish was selected for two public works projects under the Intergration of Art and Architecture Program for the Quebec Government.
Farish is a founding member of Atelier Circulaire, an artist-run printmaking facility. She presently lives and works just outside Montreal.
Betsey Garand received her MFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. She has been the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships including the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, MacDowell Colony and the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony. Garand's work has been exhibited nationally and is in numerous public and private collections including the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, The Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts / Hammer Museum and Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku in Japan. Garand is presently a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Fine Arts Department at Amherst College.
Dan Gottsegen has an MFA from California College of the Arts. He has shown nationally including recent one-person shows at the Feick Gallery at the Green Mountain College; the Karpeles Museum in Santa Barbara; the Prince Street Gallery In New York City; the Whistler House Museum in Lowell, MA. His work was also featured in "Thoreau Reconsidered" at Wave Hill In New York. Gottsegen has won many awards and fellowships including a Vermont Arts Council Individual Artist Creation Grant, the University Teaching Excellence Award at UMASS/Lowell, and a Ucross Foundation Residency.
Rachel Gross received an MFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art. She has taught printmaking and foundations at Savannah College of Art and Design, The Center for Cartoon Studies, and Amherst College. Her prints are included in several major collections including the Hood Museum, the Mead Art Museum, the Boston Public Library, and the Independent Print Center of NY. She has shown work at the AVA Gallery, the deCordova Sculpture Museum in Lincoln, Ma, Hooloon Gallery in Philadelphia and most recently a solo show at the Aidron Duckworth Museum. You can see her work at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheri Hancock-Tomek is a printmaker, painter and graphic designer. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, an Associate Degree in Graphic Design, and a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Canada, where she was awarded an Endowment Fund Scholarship, a Centennial Scholarship and an Elizabeth Greenshields Grant. After spending five years working for the Swiss visual communications firm, Gottschalk +Ash International in Montreal, Quebec, Sheri went on to complete her Master of Arts at the University of Iowa. She spent 2002 studying and monitoring at the Art Students League in New York City. Sheri is Board Chair at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio
"Janowitz excels at evoking places in immersive shimmers [and] captures, with his tones and smears and layering, the emotional sheen of memory."
- Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe
She is co-founder, and partner of Mixit Print Studio, a professional open rental printmaking studio in Davis Square, Somerville, Massachusetts.
“Working at the interface between printmaking and painting, I use large scale woodblocks in unorthodox ways as a transfer tool to build images layer by layer in a painterly process of controlled accident. No longer a purist, I exploit any available tool or means to transfer color and form to surface. Interruption and interference with the “perfect transfer” are integral to the process.”
Ilana Manolson is an nationally recognized artist in the art of monoprints. Her work can be found in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the DeCordova Museum, and the Boston Public Library, as well as in numerous private collections. Manolson is well known in the Boston area as an early innovator in the use of monoprints, one-of-a-kind prints that marry elements of printmaking and painting. She was one of four partners in the Cambridge print studio Artists Proof that has been recognized for its seminal role in the development of printmaking in Boston and featured in a show and book entitled, Proof in Print, published by the Boston Public Library. Her work can also be seen at www.manolson.com.
Elizabeth Mayor is a multimedia artist, working primarily in woodcut. She is a graduate of Smith College where she worked with Leonard Baskin, and in 1990 she received an MFA from Tufts-Boston Museum School. She has exhibited extensively throughout New England, and in New York she was included in the 1993 American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture. Several pieces of her work were recently acquired by the Hood Museum at Dartmouth, the Currier Museum in Manchester, NH and the collection of Wheaton College, Norton, MA.
Mary Mead works in sculpture, drawing and printmaking. She received her MFA from the Boston Museum School and Tufts University. Mead has exhibited her work in solo and group shows in the Northeast including the Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park and Barbara Krakow Gallery in MA. In 2005 she received a fellowship to attend Rutland Carving Center. In 2006 her work was accepted into the 25th National Print Exhibition at the Silvermine Guild Arts Center in New Canaan, CT. She has spent the last years as Assistant Professor in Printmaking at Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH.
Lynn Newcomb works as a printmaker and a blacksmith/sculptor. She has prints in several major collections, including the Fogg Museum, the Danforth Museum, the New York Public Library, and the Newark Public Library. She is a past recipient of a Pollack Krasner Foundation grant, and a New England Foundation for the Arts grant. She has just received a commission from the Vermont Arts Council for a sculpture at the Williston North Rest Area on I-89. In addition to sculpture, Lynn has completed several architectural commissions. She lives and works in Worcester, Vermont.
Pepe combines linocut, collagraph, and solarplate etching techniques. She studied printmaking at Union College in Schenectady with Sandra Wimer. Pepe has worked as a circus performer, aerial photographer and member of the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team. In addition to her art, she works for the Killington Mountain School in Vermont.
Robert Siegelman works in printmaking and photography and shows at Gallery NAGA. His work is in many collections including The Federal Reserve Bank, Fidelity Investments, The Boston Public Library, MIT, The Fogg Art Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. His work can be seen at:
Susan Smereka received her BFA in Painting and Drawing at Concordia University in Montreal. She is widely exhibited and has been the recipient of numerous grants and residencies, including one from the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos, New Mexico and another from the Vermont Studio Center. In 2002 she was awarded a grant from the Kittredge Foundation to work in printmaking at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio.
Rebekah Tolley is a printmaker and digital media artist. Her work uses traditional printmaking and digitally-generated imagery in animated sequences that are projected onto sculptural forms. She is represented in collections such as the Hood Museum, Library and Archives Canada, The National Library of Quebec, The Boston Public Library, the Amity Art Foundation and the Kohler Library as well as numerous other public and private collections. Her work has been exhibited in galleries in Canada, France, China, Japan and across the United States. She received her BFA from Concordia University in Montreal, and her MFA from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. She has taught at UNC-Chapel Hill, Colby-Sawyer College, Two Rivers Printmaking Studio in Vermont, The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Davidson College, and is currently Visiting Artist in Residence at Amherst College.
Sheryl Trainor attended Massachusetts College of Art and later received a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She is a signature member of the Vermont Watercolor Society and a board member of Two Rivers Printmaking Studio and AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon, NH. Her work has been shown at Pegasus Gallery in Quechee, VT; Southern Vermont Art Center and Gallery North Star in Manchester, VT; Woodstock Gallery in Woodstock, VT; AVA Gallery and the Underground Gallery at Artful Things in Lebanon, NH; Red Roof Gallery in Enfield, VT; and Two Rivers Printmaking Studio. She participated in the 2008 Portfolio which is in the collections of Boston Public Library, University of Vermont Special Collections, Plymouth State College, and Southern New Hampshire University.
Ellen Wineberg has had numerous solo and group shows throughout New England, most recently at Randall Beck Gallery and Simmons College. She is currently represented by the Clark Gallery in Lincoln, MA. In the fall of 2004 she working with Sarah Amos, master printer at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. She was a finalist in painting at the Massachusetts Cultural Council 2004 awards and had a print in the 2005 Boston Printmakers Show.
Dan Welden is a master printmaker, painter, educator and author. He has been making prints and works on paper for over 50 years. His work has been shown in over 80 international solo exhibitions in museums and galleries and over 700 group exhibitions in the U.S., Europe, China, Japan, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand and Peru. His work is in many public and private collections throughout the country including the Amity Art Foundation, Darien, CT; Baltimore Museum of Art, MD; Portland Museum of Art, OR; and Temple University, Philadelphia, PA among many others.
Dan is an innovator at the forefront of the alternative health and safety oriented movement of printmaking, and the originator of a technique called Solarplate. Dan is the Co-Author with Pauline Muir of ‘Printmaking in the Sun’ published by Watson Guptill in 2001, the comprehensive manual of Solarplate methods. Dan also produced an instructional film in 2005 by the same name.
As a teacher, Dan continues to inspire students around the world in workshops where he demonstrates how to make Solarplates and print both intaglio and relief plates. He ran month-long summer workshops for 10 years at Santa Reparata in Florence, Italy. He is a past president of the Society of American Graphic Artists. He has taught printmaking at several colleges in the New York area including Stony Brook University, Suffolk Community College, Long Island University Southampton, and also taught at Central Connecticut State University. His demonstrations at the New York State Art Teacher’s Association Conferences,Southern Graphics Council and Mid America Print Council Conferences inspire teachers, students and artists to make prints using the safer and greener methods of Solarplate etching without the use of acids or other dangerous chemicals.
As the Director of Hampton Editions, Ltd. in Sag Harbor, Long Island, he has collaborated with artists Robert Dash, Willem and Elaine de Kooning, Jimmy Ernst, James Brooks, Dan Flavin, Esteban Vicente, William King, Ibram Lassaw, Kurt Vonnegut, Alfonso Ossorio, Jane Freilicher, David Salle, Eric Fischl, Linda Benglis, Jack Youngerman and many others.w.
Stephanie Wolff is an artist, hand bookbinder, printer, and book conservator. She was the Fall 2015 Helen M. Salzberg Artist-in-Residence at the Jaffe Center for Book Arts and a Creative and Performing Artists and Writers Fellow at the American Antiquarian Society in 2013. Her current body of work focuses on themes of weather, history, and rural life. Her artist books are held in library and private collections and included in 500 Handmade Books, Volumes 1 & 2. In addition to working on her own creative projects, she teaches book arts to students of all ages.
Bert Yarborough has taught at many institutions including the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, Harvard University and Plymouth State College. He is currently Professor of Art at Colby-Sawyer College. His work is represented in public and private collections throughout the country including, the Hood Museum of Art, Currier Gallery of Art, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, and the University of Iowa Art Museum. He is represented by McGowan Fine Art in Concord, NH.