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Denver Artists Blog - In the Studio

Curious about what's happening at the Artists on Santa Fe? Visit this page often to see what our artists are working on.

Friday
Aug022013

Monotype in process

Here's my monotype plate on the press just after printing. Unlike editioned prints like etchings, solar plates, or lithographs, each monotype is unique. That's why they're numbered 1/1. Editioned prints will be numbered according to how many prints are in the edition. The first number is the number of that print, the second number is the size of the edition, so a print numbered 2/5 would be the second print in an edition of five.

Monday
Jul222013

Deborah McAllister to Show in Breckenridge

I am proud to announce that I've made it my personal mission this year to paint a 30X40" landscape in oil every month. I will be showcasing my progress so far of these brand new pieces at the Mountain Art Festival in Breckenridge along with my latest plein air paintings from Crested Butte and other Colorado locations. July 26-28, 2013 Hours: 10-6 daily. Free Admission

Saturday
Jul202013

Another monotype from my Canada series

Here's another of the monotypes I did at the artist residency at Sparkbox Studio. The really exciting thing is that I've come home with a clear plan for the next series. I'll start posting those soon - I've been doing prep work since I got home and now I plan to start printing in the next few days.

Thursday
Jul182013

Monotypes at Sparkbox Studio in Ontario

I've just returned from a weeklong artist residency at Sparkbox Studio in Picton, Ontario. It was a fabulous time, but a week was way too short. My goal was to do one good print a day for a week and come home with seven finished pieces. Once I was there, I got on a roll and came home with 15 monotypes that I'm really happy with. Here's one....

Wednesday
Jul172013

Lamecia and her puppet!

Lamecia escapes the humdrum of daily routine by running off with a motorcyclist!  Vrooom!  Vrooom!  His bike is complete with ape hangers.  Go Lamecia, go!  (He's just a bit on the short side but oh well).