I am one of the featured artists in a recent issue of “monoprint-monotype”, an ezine which has focus on monoprints and monotypes in printmaking. You can see the issue at https://issuu.com/dskolberg/docs/monofall2016
I’ve been very busy creating new work here in California. We moved out here a few years ago, and I’ve re-established myself in my home studio. I am preparing for a show that I do each fall at the LA Printers Fair, along with publishing postcards of my work which seem to sell at this venue.
The photo above shows the type of press that I used at West Cove Studio to create monotypes. Since I knew that I could not bring a giant Brand Intaglio press into my condo, I recently bought myself a new baby press which is wonderful. It is a Blick press which so far seems to work just fine.
It might not look nearly as impressive as the one above. But it’s going to make things easier in a number of ways.
From 2004 to 2013, I was a founding member of West Cove Studio & Gallery, a cooperative, artist run gallery; consisting of 2,400 sq. ft. studio in a renovated factory building that dates back to the 1860’s, located in West Haven, CT. It was a great space, really fun to work in, and I miss everyone there a great deal. For now, I am leaving the photo of the large press up on the page, I miss the place too much.