DAN RIZZIE

University of Texas Press, 2015 by Claiborne Smith Artist Dan Rizzie has lived longer in Sag Harbor than he ever did in Texas, but he still, at the age of 63, after countless exhibitions and having his work in many prominent places (including the Museum of Modern Art), can’t shake the rap that he’s a … Continue reading DAN RIZZIE

PRINT AUSTIN

Will PrintAustin grow bigger, smarter and outside the box? by Veronica Ceci To the public at large, as well as for many of those in the arts, printmaking can be at best confusing and at worst impenetrable. Under the umbrella of printmaking exist many methods of execution, each with its own lexicon, tools and equipment. … Continue reading PRINT AUSTIN

International Printmakers

Crossing Boundaries and Making Connections by Erin Keever Printmakers are a notoriously collaborative bunch, but when they live thousands of miles away from one another, their interactions lie less in the studio or printshops, and more in a collective mindset. That’s not to say their relationships are strictly virtual, rather these artists, their works, and … Continue reading International Printmakers