Leonard Lehrer

Artist- Educator- Advocate by Erin Keever Leonard Lehrer likes to talk. He readily admits his gift of gab, and those interested in the visual arts would be advised to listen. As an orator, educator, advocate and artist, Lehrer expresses a deeply felt and infectious passion for printmaking and indeed, an overall enthusiasm for life. Lehrer … Continue reading Leonard Lehrer

Ellen Heck

Printing Character by Catherine Zinser Ellen Heck does not make prints; she is a printmaker. What’s the difference? A printmaker bows to the age-old processes mastered hundreds of years ago yet has an expert understanding of the medium in order to manipulate it at will. Artists who merely make prints seem to be interested only … Continue reading Ellen Heck

Lori Kantor

And If A Voice Was Heard by Amanda Gorence Loli Kantor reminds us of the power of the photograph; the life it breathes, the destruction it stills. Her body of work, And If A Voice Was Heard, is a collection of black and white photographs anchored in history, loss and survival. Balanced with a personal … Continue reading Lori Kantor

Fatima Ronquillo

Devotion by Rachel Haggerty Immediately engaging, the work of Fatima Ronquillo reminds us of another time, one that may or may not exist. Painted in a similar manner to that of the European masters and using much of the same language as Early American Colonial art and Latin American art, each piece feels like a … Continue reading Fatima Ronquillo