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All unattributed articles by the editor, Dr. Carol Pulin. Plus, in every issue, reviews of exhibitions, portfolios, books and catalogues.

An original print is commissioned as a gift for subscribers each year.

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1993 Alliance Print: Jessie Nebraska Gifford, Lie Still. Xerograph in black, image 8 3/8 x 6 1/4" on Mohawk super-fine cream 9 1/8 x 7".

Spring 1993, vol. 1 #1

  • Woodcut & the Contemporary Artist, by Karen Kunc
  • Post-Print: Staking Claim to the Territory, by Hugh Merrill
  • Critical Theory and the Print, by Ruth Weisburg
  • Prints & Politics (campaign fundraising)
  • A, B, C's - Art, Business, Cash, Dealers, by Harold Horowitz
  • J. Nebraska Gifford, Interview by Mel Shestack
  • The Lang Collection and the GraphicStudio Archives
  • L'estampe en art actuel, reported by Karen Trask
  • The Gilkey Center for Graphic Arts, by Carol Pulin

Fall 1993, vol. 1 # 2

  • The Why behind the Why, by Karen Trask
  • Innovations in Monotype and Paper Art, by Joseph Zirker
  • The Net of Irrationality: The Variant Matrix & the Tyranny of the Edition, by Charles Cohan
  • Warrington Colescott & Fran Myers, Interview
  • Prints & Politics (censorship)
  • The Rutgers Archives for Printmaking Studios, by Trudy V. Hansen

1994 Alliance Print: Barry Smylie, Communiqué. Offset lithograph in blue and black, image 5 1/8 x 7" on Simpson evergreen birch 8 x 9".

Spring 1994, vol. 2 #1

  • Ticket to Paradise, by Ann Chernow
  • Barry Smylie, by Joan Murray
  • The Status of Artists, by Harold Horowitz
  • Randy Bolton, Interview by Carol Larsen
  • Postmodern Printmaking: A Key, by Carol Pulin
  • Prints & Politics: Persuasion, by Douglas Dowd
  • Buzz Spector, Interview by Neva Lindburg Munoz
  • Luminous Volumes, by Johanna Drucker
  • Workshops that Work:
    • Women's Studio Workshop, by Tatana Kellner
    • Papeterie Saint-Gilles, by Sébastien Servant

Fall 1994, vol. 2 #2

  • Skin Deep: Leon Golub & Nancy Spero, by Lynne Allen
  • Please Copy and Circulate, by Kirby Gookin
  • Computers, Pyramids & Hearts, by Isaac Victor Kerlow
  • Treading the Maze, by Susan King
  • Prints & Politics (Hollis Sigler)
  • John Himmelfarb, Interview by Susan Stewart
  • States of Contrast: Contemporary Printmaking in South Africa, by Charles Cohan
  • El Taller 99, Santiago de Chile, by Evelyn Klein

1995 Alliance Print: Barbara Yoshida, Project to $ave the Dollar (and the arts). Offset lithograph in black and hand-printed stamps in green and red, image 6 1/4 x 7 3/4" on Crane "Old Money" (recycled U.S. currency) 8 x 9".  

Spring 1995, vol. 3 #1

  • June Wayne's Future Shock, by Louise Lewis
  • Meditations on the C-word, by Douglas Dowd
  • Michael Ray Charles, Discussion with Katherine Brimberry, Ken Hale and Jack Hanley
  • Identities, by Judy Youngblood and Eduardo Garcia
  • Prints & Politics: Funny Money, with Barbara Yoshida
  • Remote Simulations, by Carmon Colangelo
  • The Andy Warhol Museum

Fall 1995, vol. 3 #2

  • Printmaking as a Medium of Exchange, by Stephen Petersen
  • Give It Away, by Fred Hagstrom
  • David Adamson, Interview by Sam Peters
  • Prints & Politics (definitions; advocacy)
  • Name-Calling: Labels and Roles, by Charles R. Jansen
  • The Evolving Definition of the Artist's Book, by Thomas A. Vogler
  • The Passion of Maria Bonomi, by Carol Pulin

1996 Alliance Print: Douglas B. Dowd, The Naturalist. Wood engraving in black, image 6 x 8" on Fox River arctic white cover 8 1/4 x 9 1/4".

Spring 1996, vol. 4 #1

  • Douglas Dowd, by Norma S. Steinberg
  • Pam Longobardi, Interview by Roberta Frew and Jacque McLaughlin
  • The Strength of Charles Hewitt, by Genetta McLean
  • Innovation and the Meaning of the Artifact, by Charles Heasley
  • Prints & Politics: Breath of Fresh Air, by Helga Thomson
  • Collecting Prints at 3M, by Charles Helsell
  • Edges & Interfaces, by Carol Pulin
  • Biennial (Geo)Graphics:
    • Prints in Minnesota, by Elizabeth Armstrong
    • Prints, Hawaii & the Pacific Rim, by Wayne Miyamoto

Fall 1996, vol. 4 #2

  • Earthmakers (Joan Smith and Barbara Zeigler), by Patrick Mahon
  • The Object and the Encyclopedic Image, by Beauvais Lyons
  • Pat Nick, Interview by Randy Hemminghaus
  • Prints & Politics: From Comic Books to Commentary, by William Fick
  • Infinite Image, by Hugh Merrill
  • Diverse Narratives: The Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, by Lynne Allen

1997 Alliance Print: Kenneth A. Kerslake, Lengthening Shadows. Relief printed etching in black, image 7 x 4 1/2" on Fox River confetti kaleidoscope 9 1/4 x 6 1/2".  

Spring 1997, vol. 5 #1

  • Kenneth Kerslake, by Larry David Perkins
  • The Digital Print, by Norma S. Steinberg
  • Patrick Mahon's House of Flowers, by Carol Podedworny, Barbara Zeigler and Patrick Mahon
  • Richard Basil Mock, Interview by J. Nebraska Gifford
  • Prints & Politics: Rubber Stamps, by Vulcan Heizer (ps.)
  • Working Proof: Shark's Inc., by Susan Krane, George Woodman and Bud Shark
  • Situating the Print in Time & Space, by Françoise Lavoie

Fall 1997, vol. 5 #2

  • Sid Block & Bob Hiebert, Interview by Barbara Stevko
  • Prints & Politics: South Africa's Bill of Rights, by Dominic Thorburn
  • The Exchange Portfolio: More Than the Sum of its Parts, by Leslie Koptcho
  • Corporate Art Collecting, Not Just for the Big Guys, by Harriet Berkman Hunt
  • Sol LeWitt: Puzzles & Prints, by Sylvia Solochek Walters
  • Shifting Grounds: The Boston Print Symposium, by Heather Burness and Barbara McConchie

1998 Alliance Print: Dorothy Simpson Krause, Stars of Hope. Computer-generated inkjet print in full color, image 8 7/8 x 7 7/8" on Arches hot press watercolor white 9 1/2 x 8 1/2".

Spring 1998, vol. 6 #1

  • Dorothy Simpson Krause & Stars of Hope, by Norma S. Steinberg
  • Pattern / Purpose, by Bill N. Thompson
  • Prints & Politics: Sue Coe, by Beauvais Lyons
  • D.B. Dowd, Interview by Thomas Andrew Huck
  • Industry and Idolness: A Relief Print Book, by Judy Stone Nunneley
  • Turning Over a New Leaf: Bookarts, by Maureen Cummins
  • The Workshop as Center: EES Arts, by Deborah Cornell
  • Sightlines: Printmaking and Image Culture, by Fred Hagstrom

Fall 1998, vol. 6 #2

  • Diamond Head, by Laura Ruby
  • A Self-Portrait "Inside Out," by Bert Menco
  • Stealth, Montage and the Modern Allegorical Play, by S.L. Dickey
  • Robert Mueller, Interview by Kenneth A. Kerslake
  • Prints & Politics: Colorprint USA, by Leslie Koptcho
  • Collaborative Printmaking at Littleton Studios, by Judith O'Rourke

1999 Alliance Print: Kathryn Maxwell, Genetic Parry. Color screenprint in four colors water-based ink, image 6 x 6" on Fabriano uno cream 9.5 x 7.5". Printed by Jim Kraft at Unified Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Spring 1999, vol. 7 #1

  • The Delicate Balance of Kathryn Maxwell, by Betsy Fahlman
  • Clownz, by Lynwood Kreneck
  • Art, Apples and Artifacts, by Barbara Elam
  • Phyllis McGibbon, Interview by Anita Jung
  • Prints & Politics: Litografiska, by Lynne Allen
  • Art Making Book Making Art, by Charles Hobson
  • Common Ground, by Carol Pulin
Fall 1999, vol. 7 #2
  • Chaos, Order and Computers, by Karen Guzak
  • Prints & Politics: In the South Pacific, by Fred Hagstrom
  • The Anatomy of a Corpse: Dissection of a Collaboration, by Robert Erikson and Gail Panske
  • Cacophony & Conundrim in Mixed Media Printmaking, by Julia Kjelgaard
  • Prints, Papers, Books, Cultures, by Shireen Holman
  • Scrolling the Page, by Carol Pulin


2000 Alliance Print: Walter Askin, The Dingbat Lecture. Letterpress print in black, image 8 7/8 x 6 1/4" on Albrecht Dürer Paper 9 3/8 x 6 7/8". Printed by Darrell Hyder at the Sun Hill Press, North Brookfield, Massachusetts.

Spring 2000, vol. 8 #1

  • Printmaking as Syntax of Contemporary Art, by Sam Walker
  • Lynne Allen, interview by Judith K. Brodsky
  • Violence, by Janice Hartwell
  • Prints & Politics: A Manifesto, Imagination and Art, by Walter Askin
  • Variation and Continuity: The Workshop Portfolios, by K.E. Duffin
  • Big Impressions, by Judith Tolnic
  • Away Again, by Karen Kunc

Fall 2000, vol. 8 #2

  • William Walmsley as Ding Dong Daddy, by Bradford R. Collins
  • Prints & Politics: Printed Matter(s), by Kathryn J. Reeves
  • Balancing Act: Man and Technology in the Digital Age, by Brad Shanks
  • The New A, B, C: Algorithm, Body, Computer, by Jennifer Mahlman
  • In a Snowglobe, by William Harroff
  • The Janet Turner Print Collection, by Catherine Sullivan
  • Taller Canet, Cuba , by Bob Freimark

2001 Alliance Print: April Katz, The Broken Dream. Color photoetching from hand-drawn and computer-generated film, image 7 x 5" on BFK Rives - Cream 8 1/2 x 6". Printed by Ken Shoals at Capital City Engravers, Kensington, Maryland.

Spring 2001, vol. 9 #1

  • April Katz, Interview by Carol Pulin
  • Corporate Art Collecting (and Giving) [South Africa and U.S.A.], by Lynne Allen
  • Contemporary Printmaking in Korea, by Peter MacWhirter
  • Paperskins, by Kay Stanfield
  • Prints and Politics: Boundaries or Connections?, by Hugh Merrill
  • On/Off/Over the Edge [Alliance travelling exhibition]
  • Journey: Where Narrative Meets Metaphor, by Ryan Burkhart

Fall 2001, vol. 9 #2

  • Ann Chernow: Originals in the Age of Post-Modern Appropriation, by Carol Pulin
  • Drawing & the Prints of Keith Rasmussen, by Tom Dewey II
  • Printmaking in Southern Louisiana, by Brian Kelly and Karl F. Vollmar
  • Hugh Merrill, Interview by Cynthia Miller
  • Prints and Politics: Memorials, by Carol Pulin
  • Prints in Boston, 2001, by Norma S. Steinberg
2002 Alliance Print: Frances Myers and Warrington Colescott, Bombers over Tuscany. Letterpress from two photo-engraved plates with hand-drawn, collage and soft-ground etching images, 5 3/4 x  7 3/4" on BFK Rives - White 7 1/2 x 9 1/2". Printed by Darrell Hyder at Sun Hill Press, North Brookfield, Massachusetts.

Spring 2002, vol. 10 #1

  • Demo'Graphics Report, by Michael Krueger and Stephen Goddard
  • Frances Myers & Warrington Colescott, Interview
  • Digital Evolution, by John Antoine Labadie
  • Prints & Politics: Everything Counts, by Charles Massey, Jr.
  • Bridge to Uzbekistan, by Jenny Freestone and Helga Thomson
  • The Seríe Print Project, by Dana McBride

Fall 2002, vol. 10 #2

  • Conversing and Reversing, by Randy Garber
  • Prints & Politics: Southern Comfort in the Integration of Art and Life, by Lea Barton
  • Mariana Depetris, Interview by Carol Pulin
  • Organizing Art Work Now, by D. B. Dowd
  • Making Marks Beyond the Print Studion, by Patricia Olynyk
  • Revolution and Representation, by Deborah Cornel
2003 Alliance Print: Zdzislaw Sikora, It's Hard to Face up to Kings and Queens. Color inkjet and etching, 7 x 5" on Arches Infinity 9 1/4 x 8". Printed by the artist with students and staff of the College for Creative Studies, Detroit, Michigan.

2003 do-it-yourself print: Michael Krueger and Jasper Krueger with Steve Goddard, WUV (War Utility Vehicle). Stencil, 4 3/8 x 6" die-cut image in various colors of index cardstock, 8 x 8 1/2".

Spring 2003, vol. 11 #1

  • Exploring Time and Space, by Bonny Lhotka
  • Prints & Politics: Aerosol Activism, by Stephen Goddard and Michael Krueger
  • Printmaking as Alchemy, by April Vollmer
  • A is for Art & Art is for Everyone, by Richard Kennedy
  • John Hitchcock, Interview by Carol Pulin
  • Honolulu Printmakers: Celebrating a Tradition, by Marcia Morse and Max Aronov
  • Learning, by Debrah Santini and Stephanie Smith 

Fall 2003, vol. 11 #2

  • Printing Memories, by Pauline Jakobsberg
  • Zdzislaw Sikora, Interview by Beverly Hall Smith
  • A (Virtual Reality), by Deborah Cornell
  • A Graphic Tale, by D.B. Dowd
  • Bridge from Uzbekistan: Ipak Yoli, by Jenny Freestone and Helga Thomson

2004 Alliance Print: Andrew Decaen, Expectant Addition. Color offset lithograph from wash drawing and digital files, 5 7/8 x 5 7/8" on Domtar Solutions 9 x 8". Printed by Karl Ambrose at Ambrose the Printer, Orlando, Florida.

Spring 2004, vol. 12 #1

  • Prints & Politics: Homespun Truths, by Janet Ballweg
  • Peter MacWhirter, Interview by Mark Butler
  • Subtle Structure, by Jessica Curtaz
  • Lin Carte, Interview by Carol Pulin
  • Small Scale to Epic Proportions, by Félix Ángel
  • Infinite Proof: An East West Artists Collective, by Karen Cornelius
  • Theater of the Mind, by John A. Stewart

Fall 2004, vol. 12 #2

  • Andrew Decaen, Interview by Julie Decaen
  • Rudolf Bikkers and Phil Secord, Interviews by Peter MacWhirter
  • Prints &Politics: Printmaking in a Time of War, by DeWitt Cheng
  • The Evolution of a Printmaker, by Caroline Thorington
  • Technology versus Concept, by Ruth Pelzer-Montada
  • The Tallinn Print Triennial: in Exile, by Ursula Zeller and Sirje Helme

2005 Alliance Print: Tim High, Vanity Fair Series No. 30, After Ensor— tug of war. Four-color process photo-screenprint, 7.3 x 8.3" on Lenox 100 cotton paper 8.3 x 9.3". Printed by the artist at Terra Rosa Studio, Austin, Texas.

Spring 2005, vol. 13 #1

  • Unfolding Nature, by Mona Waterhouse
  • Prints & Politics: Plowshares, Paper & Ink, by John L. Risseeuw
  • Appropriation as Expression in the Era of Open Content, by Kim W. Fink
  • Hockney and Werger: Pools and Light, by Tom Dewey II
  • Lesley Ann Price, Interview by Carol Pulin
  • Printmaking at Penland School of Crafts, by Robin Dreyer
  • Intersections of East and West: Contemporary Printmaking in Japan, by April Vollmer

Fall 2005, vol. 13 #2

  • Charles Cohan: Configurations, by Marcia Morse
  • David Mohallatee, Interview by Brandon Horton
  • Image and Process, Woven into Reality, by Diane M. Lara
  • Prints & Politics: Print Politics, by Joseph Pentheroudakis and Josh MacPhee
  • A Frogman's Experience, by Brad Widness
  • Lessons in History, by Tim High
  • 90 Years: Nurturing the New, by Jacqueline van Rhyn
  • Bedrock: The New York Society of Etchers, by Stephen Fredericks

2006 Alliance Print: Marsha Sweet, Madonna. Wood engraving in black, 4 x 4"” on Arches 88 white paper 8.38 x 7.25". Printed at The Lantern Printery, Cleveland, Ohio.

Spring 2006, vol. 14 #1

  • Tolerable Diversity: Exploring Cultural Dissonance, by Juanita Tumelaire
  • Experiprints & Printstallations, by April Flanders
  • Synchronism in Bonnie Baxter's Prints, by Christine Unger
  • Tales of Mud and Ink: The Prints of Brian Kelly, by Steven Breaux
  • Nancy Campbell and the Mount Holyoke College Printmaking Workshop,   Interview by Mary Elizabeth Strunk
  • Work from the Digital Art Studio

Fall 2006, vol. 14 #2

  • Prints & Politics: The Art of Persuasion, by Stephen A. Fredericks
  • Semographics: Diversity and Collaboration, by Tim High
  • Erena Rae — Feminist, Activist, Artist, A Life in Words and Prints
  • With and Against the Grain, by Marsha Sweet
  • Cultural Collage to Collagraph, by Vinita Voogd
  • Passion and Process, by Brian Jones
  • A Printmaker in the Old World, by Susan Litsios

2007 Alliance Print: Sarah Whorf, Trash Vortex. Color offset lithograph from transparencies printed by waterless lithography from separate color hand-drawn plates, 7.25 x 4.5" on Mohawk Options 8.5 x 5.5". Printed at Printing Images, Rockville, Maryland.

Spring 2007, vol. 15 #1

  • Layer It On, by Lise Drost
  • Kore Loy Wildrekind-McWhirter, Interview by Katey Schultz
  • Prints & Politics: War in Iraq
    • War Games, by Art Hazelwood
    • Postcards with a Message, by Scott Stout
    • War and Global Warming, by Nancy R. Davison
  • Melanie Yazzie, Native Identity & Place, by John-Michael H. Warner
  • Hydrus: Nine Heads Are Better Than One, by Sheri Fleck Roth
  • Normal Editions Workshop, by Richard Finch and Veda Rives

Fall 2007, vol. 15 #2

  • Inspiration and Tradition, by Art Hazelwood
  • Will Barnet, Interview by Stephen A. Fredericks
  • Process and Choice, by Sarah Whorf
  • Collaborating on Global Fusion, by Lyn Bishop
  • The Oaxaca - Humboldt Print Exchange, by Humboldt State University interns
  • Drive-By Press: Have Press, Will Travel, by Gregory Nanney and Joseph Velasquez

2008 Alliance Print: Yuji Hiratsuka, Suite Sixteen. Suite of sixteen prints, four-color etching and chine collé, each 5.875 x 4.312" on Owara mulberry paper on Rising Stonehenge 9.5 x 7.5". Printed by the artist; signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil.

2008 fold-in extra: Art Hazelwood, Veteran. Screenprint, 9.25 x 8" on Fox River Coronado 9.5 x 8.37". Printed by the artist on an automatic screen print press at Mission Grafica in San Francisco, California.


Spring - Summer 2008, vol. 16 #1

  • Prints & Politics: Gum Arabic, by Bob Tomollilo
  • Prints & Politics: Homless Rights Activists, by Art Hazelwood
  • Contemporary Chinese Printmaking, by Peter MacWhirter
  • Printmakers Master Time, by Carol Pulin
  • Visual Storytelling, by Bill Hosterman
  • Printmaking Artists and Master Printers, by Hugh Merrill
  • Printing the Edges: Defining Print within Contemporary Installation, by Althea Murphy-Price

Fall - Winter 2008, vol. 16 #2

  • Material Girl, by Kelly M. Nelson
  • Prints & Politics: Global Warming Portfolio, by Clay McGlamory
  • Photo (un)Finish, by Ellen Jantzen
  • Yuji Hiratsuka, Interview by Carol Pulin
  • End of a Chapter: Photo-Offset Artists' Books, by Tony White
  • Prints & Politics: Democracy
    • Art of Democracy Censored, by Art Hazelwood and Jos Sances
    • Soap Box Prints 2, by Carol Pulin
  • Bookmarks: Infiltrating Europe and the U.S., by Sarah Bodman

2009 Alliance Print: Karin Schminke, Trio. Color pigment inkjet print from hand drawn and painted elements, 7 x 5.6" on Moenkopi Unryu 8 x 6.37". Printed by the artist. Signed and numbered in pencil.

2009 to-be-assembled extra: Laura Berman, Printhesizer. Two color and blind embossed letterpress, 7.63 x 9.25". Printed by Bob Atkins at Skylab Letterpress, North Kansas City, Missouri.


Spring - Summer 2009, vol. 17 #1

  • The Martha Stewart Affectation: Printspaces Redefined, by Laura Berman and Rachel Melis
  • New Direction: Print Landcape, by Brian H. Jones
  • Size & Scale in the Field of Contemporary Print, by Catherine Kernan
  • Prints & Pinwheels: Envisioning a Sustainable Future, by Kelly M. Nelson and Carol Pulin
  • Bridges, New York to Belgrade and Beyond, by April Vollmer

Fall - Winter 2009, vol. 17 #2

  • Karin Schminke, Interview by Eileen Fritsch
  • Ekphrasis & Roberta Delaney's Bookwork, by Norma S. Steinberg
  • Evolution & Change: Natural Selection in Printmaking, by Patrick Merrill
  • Natural Order Observed, by Raymond DeCicco
  • Prints & Politics: One World, by Carol Pulin
  • Global Fusion International Exchange Portfolio, by Maritza Davila

2010 Alliance Print: Ibrahim Miranda, Habanero. Suite of three prints, linocut, each 6 x 8" or 8 x 6" on Stonehenge Polar White paper 7 x 9" or 9 x 7". Printed by Kathy Garrou at Atlanta Printmakers Studio, Atlanta, Georgia.


Summer 2010, vol. 18 #1

  • Connections with Cuban Printmakers: Part 1, History and Teaching, by Marjorie Javan and Candy Nartonis
  • Pinecones Along My Path, by Andrea Emmons
  • Amos Paul Kennedy Jr., Interview by Laura Zinger
  • Vicarious Expression: Collage and Disaster, by Erik Waterkotte
  • My Work Is My Diary, by Tetsuya Noda

Winter 2010, vol. 18 #2

  • Connections with Cuban Printmakers: Part 2, Experience and Excitement, by Marjorie Javan and Candy Nartonis
  • The Ibsen Portfolio, A Printmaker's Journey, by Pieter S. Myers
  • Digital Printmaking: Place, Time, Vision, by Carol Pulin
  • Hugh Merrill & Audubon's Birds of America
    • Divergent Consistencies, by Adelia Ganson
    • Birds of the Gulf, by Hugh Merrill
  • Indrani Nayar-Gall, Interview by Carol Pulin
  • New York Society of Etchers: Ten Years, by Stephen A. Fredericks

2011 Alliance Print: Valerie Dibble, I Wonder. Color offset lithograph in black and gray-blue from hand-drawn and digital files with hand-printed color stamps, 5.5 x 5" on Exact Index white 9 x 7.5". Printed at Printing Images, Rockville, Maryland. Signed and titled in pencil.


Summer 2011, vol. 19 #1

  • Beauty By Mistake, by Curtis Bartone
  • Jiachun Zhao & Guanlan Original Printmaking Base, Interview by Peter MacWhirter
  • More Collaboration: Semographics 2, by tim High
  • Sweeping Gestures, Moments in Ink, by Candy Nartonis
  • Prints & Politics: Drawing Inspriation on Stone, by Robert Tomolillo
  • Expanding the Biennale at Trois Riviere, by Jo Ann Lanneville
  • A Printing Tour de France, by Lead Graffiti (Jill Cyber & Ray Nochols)

Winter 2011, vol. 19 #2

  • History of My Use of the Trope, by Robert Brown
  • Multiple Roles Engender Self-Portraits, by Valerie Dibble
  • Bittersweet: Looking Back, Looking Forward, Collapsing Time, by Beth Grabowski
  • Erika Adams, Interview by Mariana Depetris
  • American Grain: 50 Years of Printing Woodcuts, by Tony Lazorko

2012 Alliance Print: Hugh Merrill, Impression Reflection. Offset lithograph from hand-drawn and digital files, 9 x 8" on Arches hot press white 9 x 8". Printed at Mpress, Kansas City, Missouri. Signed with ink stamp on the back.


Summer 2012, vol. 20 #1

  • Twenty Years & Counting: The Digital Revolution in Life & Printmaking, by Kathryn Maxwell
  • Prints & Politics: Artist as Environmentalist, by Raymond DeCicco
  • Patrick Merrill and the Clouds of War, by Debra Winters, Joanna Roche, patrick Merrill and Suvan Geer, edited by Carol Pulin
  • Process Stirs the Imagination, by Terri Dilling
  • Art & Theme in the Prints of Rene Arceo, by Julio Rangel
  • A Press for International Print Portfolios, by Rene Arceo

Winter 2012, vol. 20 #2

  • Hugh Merrill
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