Tag Archives: printmaking

Offshore Eden

In 2011, printmaker Keith Howard completed an audacious project entitled Eve’s Garden: the Lost Creation. The scope of this project was vast, including 150 works over five years. Howard’s stated objective was to “create a universal twenty-first century concept of Eden and the realization of humanity’s presence to the possible loss and destruction to our earth.” […]

Reading art

A Sense of Place/El Sentido del Lugar is a collaborative show uniting two printmaking workshops 3800 miles apart: Circling the Square Fine Art Press in Gardiner, ME and La Fundación Estampería Quiteña in Quito, Equador. The project revolves around the themes of biodiversity, local and global connections, and rainforests. The more compelling part of it is […]