Gage Salzano

“I’m a graphic & web designer, or whatever you want to call it. I help people create or update their branding, visualize their message, design their website or app and illustrate things. My goal is to provide the best quality work I can for a fair price.

I have been lucky enough to have worked at some cool agencies and studios through the years. I’ve had the opportunity to work with a lot of different types of companies and learned a ton about what it takes to get projects done.

I got obsessed with this stuff when I was in grade school, but didn’t realize there was an occupation called “Graphic Design” until I went to college.

I could make a living doing this stuff?
Not in my wildest dream.”

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration

Website:

www.gagesalzano.com/

Jake Saunders

Jake Saunders is a Chicago artist working in printmaking as well as drawing and painting. Hailing from Muncie, Indiana, Jake grew up with a love for a variety of narrative based art forms, which became his focus in his art practice. After becoming fascinated with the unique aesthetics of woodcuts and etchings and their aptitude for seriality and multiplicity, Jake earned a BFA and MA in printmaking from Ball State University and went on to earn his MFA at the University of Connecticut. He has since gone on to show nationally and internationally. Today, Jake’s work amalgamates narratives to explore the concept of tragedy in forms both grand and mundane.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

jakesaunders.net/

Residency Period:

Sep 2016–Dec 2016

Project Statement:

Through the use of pre­-established and widely known narratives, my works use symbols, references and visual tropes as a foil for personal and often common experiences. My use of these stories provides a ready-­made visual language of symbolic and allegorical tools in which I utilize to my own ends. An array of artists have frequently used self images as acts of strategic and symbolic significance. Caravaggio frequently portrayed himself as the dismembered head of Goliath, Medusa or Saint John the Baptist while leading an extremely self destructive and violent life. In the same fashion I utilize my self image and the images of friends and loved ones strategically. This way my works tell a story within the confines of another story. Using a well known narrative to express things outside its traditional confines, I inevitably comment upon the narrative itself, its subject or its origin. I often use a story against itself to criticize, subvert or bring to light problematic areas of a culturally relevant anecdote. Print media is philosophically in line with the storyteller. The print’s high aptitude for multiplicity and seriality go hand in hand with storytelling and its need for proliferation. However, more than anything, I view print media like intaglio and relief as a way of extending the act of drawing. As a natural draftsman, I often engage printmaking as a means of refinement.

Classes by this Artist:

Relief Printmaking
Etching & Intaglio Printmaking (May 2017)
Relief Tester & Refresher (Sept 2017)
Relief Printmaking (Sept 2017)
Etching Tester & Refresher (Oct 2017)
Etching & Intaglio Printmaking (Oct 2017)
Relief Printmaking
Etching 201: Color
Etching Tester & Refresher

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Angela Scalisi

Angela earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and her Master of Arts in Art Therapy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Much of her artwork is influenced by her medical condition, diabetes, and by her work in the health care industry as a care partner for people with Alzheier’s, dementia, cancer, and other illnesses. She co-founded Eidolon Art Studio in 2005, an artist collective in Rogers Park that provided workspace for six local artists, as well as a community darkroom, potter’s wheel, kiln firing services, and a variety of classes taught by resident artists. In 2009, Angela joined the board of directors of Mookie Jam Foundation, a Chicago-based non-profit that offers assistance to artists with multiple sclerosis. She organized with Pilsen Open Studios from 2008 until 2012. Angela’s artwork has been exhibited in Boston, Chicago and New York.

Website:

www.angelascalisi.com/

Araña Schulke

Over the past few years I’ve pushed pixels for big companies, freelanced for startups, designed for contemporary art museums, and herded sheep in Iceland. 

My name is Araña Schulke and I’m a designer from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Designing print and digital content is my strong suit but I also love public speaking, writing, social media, and creating things with my hands the old-fashioned way. Thanks for checking out my work!

If you feel inclined, please reach out:

LinkedIn

Email

Instagram

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design

Website:

spiderinspanish.com/

Carla Fisher Schwartz

 

Carla Fisher Schwartz is a visual artist and educator based in Chicago, IL. Her studio practice investigates the relationship between the mapped image and contemporary notions of exploration, virtuality, and the simulated environment through print media, sculpture and video installation. Her art has been exhibited across the United States, including the Chicago Artists Coalition (Chicago, IL), the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum (St. Louis, MO), the Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago, IL), the McKendree University Art Gallery (Lebanon, IL), and the Kala Art Institute (Berkeley, CA). Recent residencies include HATCH Projects (Chicago, IL) and The Hyde Park Art Center Program (Chicago, IL), and a studio fellowship with Spudnik Press Cooperative. Schwartz received her MFA in Visual Arts from Washington University in St. Louis, where she was awarded the Bell Cramer Award in Printmaking, and her BA in Studio Art with a minor in the History of Art and Visual Culture from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is currently a lecturer in the Department of Art and Architecture at Harold Washington College.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities

Website:

carlafisherschwartz.com

Classes by this Artist:

Pronto Plate Lithography
The Great Pronto Plate: Polymer Plate Lithography

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Stan Shellabarger

Stan Shellabarger’s performance and book work addresses issues relating to the body. He often takes mundane, everyday activities like breathing, walking and writing to extreme measures in endurance-based performance work: walking from sunrise to sunset on solstices and equinoxes, counting every breath he takes in an 8 hour time span, filling notebook after notebook with his signature.

Shellabarger’s work amplifies the traces humans leave on the earth, as in his walking performances, or on objects, as in his Lightswitch and Mousepad books. The repetitive nature and long durations of Shellabarger’s performances lead to massive accumulations of marks and residues that record discrete units of time and space, elegant testimonies to the ephemeral and transient nature of life. The repetition of activity is necessary so that the extremely subtle marks left by these activities emerge as clearly visible artistic interventions. Despite their laborious process of transcription, the marks left by his performances are, like the body itself, ephemeral and transient in nature.

Residency Period:

Sep 2008–Nov 2008

Project Statement:

Dutes Miller and Stan Shellabarger’s first collaborative show occurred at Western Exhibitions in the Spring of 2007 and was reviewed in TimeOut Chicago and the Chicago Sun-Times. The Chicago-based couple has been creating collaborative works since they starting dating years ago, this work creates a distinct body of work separate from their individual studio practices. Miller’s personal work is often paintings or collages with themes of hardcore gay, hyper masculine, body-centric images, rather than focusing on partnerships and domestic. In his solo career, Shellabarger is best known for his performance work, which reflects on the universal actions of man, such as breathing and movement repeated to test the limits of his endurance.

April Sheridan

April Sheridan is a letterpress printer who is particularly interested in the artistic and experimental possibilities of the broadside and its historic place in American culture. For ten years she ran the letterpress printing, papermaking, and bookbinding studios at the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago. As an advocate for book arts education she has spoken at Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum Wayzgoose/Educators ConferenceLetterpress: Forward Thinking Conference at St. Bride Library in London, and at the &Now Conference at CalArts. She currently serves on the boards of the American Printing History Association, Inland Chapter and the WasteShed and was previously assistant director of the Chicago Printers Guild.

Website:

www.instagram.com/april.sheridan/

Classes by this Artist:

Letterpress I: Wood and Metal Type (Sep 2016)
Letterpress I: Wood and Metal Type (March 2017)
Printing for Poets: Chapbooks & Movable Type (October 2017)
Working with Woodtype
Vandercook SP-25 Authorization Workshop
Vandercook SP-25 Authorization Workshop (June 5)
Vandercook SP-25 Authorization Workshop (June 20)
Letterpress I: Wood and Metal Type (Sept 2017)
Letterpress I: Wood and Metal Type (Oct 2017)
Letterpress Refresher (Nov 2017)
The Artist Book: Design & Construction
Letterpress Authorization Workshop

Emily Shopp

Fellow

Emily Shopp grew up in Dallas, Texas. In 2013, she received her BFA in Printmaking at Stephen F. Austin State University, where she was the 2012 recipient of the Cole Dean’s Award in Art. Shopp has been included in various juried exhibitions including the ​Printmaking National Exhibition​ at Mark Arts in Wichita, Kansas and ​23rd Arts in Harmony 2018 Annual International Show ​in Hopkins, MN.​ ​She currently lives and works in Chicago, IL.

 

Website:

www.emilyshopp.com

Project Statement:

Over the past year as a keyholder at Spudnik, I have nurtured an interest in incorporating collage into my intaglio print practice. I am drawn to the dynamic interactions of displaced imagery and lines as well as the low-relief physical interaction of paper edges. I experiment with paper transparency, image layering and plate shaping. By cutting etched images out of copper plates, I turn plates into modular elements and repeatable motifs to create “print collages.” I also print single plates and cut out parts of these images to recombine them into a more traditional cut-and-paste collage. I have found that destroying a piece that I created using a labor-intensive print process has challenged my attachment to my work and redefined my understanding of object value.

Much of my recent work has been ironing out all of the technical aspects of this practice. As a studio fellow I would use these techniques to develop a new, cohesive series of variable prints and collages. I plan to focus on process, composition and emotional resonance by reconfiguring representational imagery into more abstract content. I would continue to work predominantly with intaglio with chine-colle, but am also interested in the variation of texture that could come from including other print processes, such as relief and screen printing. My goal at the end of the fellowship is to create a unified body of work that blurs the boundaries between printmaking and collaging.

Veronica Siehl

Veronica Siehl is an artist and printmaker based in Chicago. Siehl received her MFA in printmaking from the University of Tennessee (2010) and her BA in Studio Art from Beloit College (2006). Siehl’s work has been shown in various cities including Chicago (IL), New Orleans (LA), Poznan (Poland), Olympia (WA), and Knoxville (TN). Her multidisciplinary studio practice includes printmaking, alternative photo processes, drawing, writing and installation.

Services Offered:

  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

www.veronicasiehl.com

Residency Period:

Jun 2013–Aug 2013

Classes by this Artist:

Bookbinding
Cyanotypes
Printmaking Survey: Monoprinting, Etching, Letterpress (Fall 2014)
Cyanotypes (SU2015)
Bookbinding (Fall 2015)
Bookbinding (May 2016)
DIY Greeting Cards: Letterpress Printing (Nov 2016)
DIY Greeting Cards: Letterpress Printing (Dec 2016)
DIY Greeting Cards: Letterpress Printing
DIY Greeting Cards: Letterpress Printing
DIY Greeting Cards: Letterpress Printing
The Botany of Blue: Cyanotypes after Anna Atkins
DIY Greeting Cards: Letterpress Printing (Dec 2017)
Letterpress Print Your Own Cards (Jan 2018)
Botany of Blue: Cyanotypes after Anna Atkins

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Bobby Sims

Culdesac Press

Culdesac Press is a small studio based in Chicago, IL started by Bobby Sims to produce silk screen and risograph comics, posters and prints for friends, family and the masses of the midwest.

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design
  • Printmaking Commissions
  • Illustration

Website:

culdesac-press.com

Derek Smith

From the tangled web of Chicago open mics and showcases to middle-of-the country comedy clubs and dive bars emerges Derek Smith.

Derek Smith was a different kind of little kid. While everyone else was playing Power Rangers in the street, he was in his room letting Bill Cosby LPs flow into his ear to stew is in brain. A couple of decades later he’s probably more Bill Hicks than Cosby. And when all the comparisons inevitably fail to describe what he’s become, he stands as a different kind of animal entirely: one to be dissected, studied and thoroughly enjoyed.

Despite being a bag of vices and complaints, he remains likable and lovable, like a smart, irritated Teddy Bear who makes poor life decisions. He’s been described as disgusting and smart. He could probably write this generation’s definitive dick joke in his sleep. He probably will, but only in between being a hundred kinds of funny, intelligent, and captivating.

Services Offered:

  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

bit.ly/DerekSmithComedy

Katherine Smith

As a Graphic Designer and painter, Katherine creates easel-size paintings of stylized landscapes that include references to microscopic biological forms and macroscopic extraterrestrial masses. She uses organic shapes, thick layers and bright colors that suggest planets and cellular structures to evoke the processes of many natural systems moving from their creation to decay. These pieces are juxtaposed to Letterpress prints that are personal statements that represent changing thoughts and emotions. Oil paints on canvas and oil based ink on paper show a variety of texture that symbolizes inconsistency, abnormal ideas and anxiety. This series is a timeline showing her discomfort within her environment over the period of one year.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Graphic Design

Website:

www.katherinensmith.com/

Jolanta Soares

Jolanta Soares, grew up in Communist Poland, coming of age during the Solidarity Movement, before emigrating to the United States. This background intermingles with her experiences as a mother, her love of sailing and working as an IT professional, to inspire her many different series of works. “Stories” describes her life’s journey, “Into the Cloud” conveys a rebellion against the digitization and vulnerability of our identities, “Poppies Fields” embodies the beauty and pathos inherent in poppies, and “Don’t Think” being the Joie de vivre. Reminiscent of De Kooning, Joan Mitchell and other Abstract Expressionist artists, Jolanta uses an Oil & Wax  and Encaustic techniques to create paintings.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities

Website:

jolantasoares.com/

Junli Song

Fellow

As an aspiring artist and storyteller, I enjoy thinking about how to communicate with the page, both in terms of content and white space. I’m obsessed with screen printing, colour palettes, and beautiful paper, and I am most drawn to artwork that evokes emotion and feeling, with characters that have a strong sense of personality. As a lifelong bibliophile, I dream of creating beautiful books and telling stories through both words and images.

Website:

www.artsofsong.com

Project Statement:

Over the course of this fellowship, I would like to illustrate a myth I have written, which explains why we have night and day through a love story between the earth, sun, and moon. I have chosen this project because it is deeply connected with my artistic development. Over the course of my master’s, I have attempted to illustrate this twice: when I first began learning sequential image, and again when I started to learn screen printing. However, despite having worked extensively with it in the past, I have not yet succeeded in bringing it to life in the way that I envision. I want to revisit this body of work, and completely re-imagine it through screen print and/or lithography.

Furthermore, through screen printing I have developed a visual language with which to express myself, and I now feel ready to tell my own stories. Specifically, I want to continue exploring the page as a medium, playing with white space in composition and design, as well as working more with text as a visual object, both in terms of its shape on the page and by experimenting with letterpress and its graphic qualities.

David Soukup

David Soukup [born 1985] is known for his stunning hand-cut stencil paintings of the urban environment which lie at the boundary between photo-realism and graphic design.  Soukup catalogs city life, specifically the life in his hometown of Chicago, and the decaying and now forgotten alleys and fire escapes of a previous life.  His paintings reflect accumulated memories and experiences, with rich texture, abstract, and intentional elements and techniques.

Website:

soukupvisual.com/

Dylan Sowle

I’m just a teenage dirtbag, baby.

Dylan Sowle is now located in the beautiful city of Chicago. Send me an email for job inquiries and freelance opportunities. I’ll design your logo, draw you a monster, or come to your pizza party.

Website:

www.dylansowle.com/

Raychel Steinbach

Current Location Press

Raychel Steinbach is a letterpress printer working as Current Location Letterpress & Curiosities. Travel, nature, and maps are key elements in her work is influenced by the place she lives — she is new to Chicago, IL; having previously lived in Bangkok, Thailand; Minneapolis, MN; Ballyvaughan, Ireland; Hong Kong, PRC; and Appleton, WI. She received her BFA in Printmaking, Papermaking, & Book Arts from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design.

Website:

www.CurrentLocationPress.com

Project Statement:

As the Printing Apprentice at Spudnik, Raychel will help with the publishing side of Spudnik while also pursuing her own personal printing project spanning over the course of 10 months. Her project will focus on refining the brand of Current Location & creating a line of printed products including greeting cards, posters, & ephemera.

Randi Stella

As a photographer and printmaker, Randi is dedicated to exploring the perception of light in transitional spaces. Randi is known for creating complex line imagery to understand the places she is frequently lost in while in transit. Randi received her MFA in Photography from University of Illinois in 2015 and a BFA in Photography and Printmaking from Northern Illinois University in 2011.

 

Website:

cargocollective.com/randistella

Betsy Stout

Betsy Stout is a perfectly efficient donut-consuming machine from rural Indiana who inevitably gravitated to the nearest confection hub: Chicago. When not working as a freelance graphic designer to generate the resources required to slake her pastry lust, she cooks up prints, drawings, sculptures, and cakes. Stout works primarily in silkscreen and frosting, employing pastel colors and hyper-effeminate imagery to challenge the status of ‘girly’ aesthetics. She claims to leave a trail of fluff and crumbs to lure viewers into addressing meatier concepts, but really just forgot a napkin.

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design
  • Printmaking Commissions
  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Illustration

Website:

www.betsystout.com/

Project Statement:

I'd like to continue a project that has been in progress since late 2014, a series of large scale combination drawing/silkscreen works featuring self-identified effeminate males in the American Midwest. This project was launched with help from the Southern Graphics Council Undergraduate Fellowship in 2014, and so far I have been able to create and exhibit 4 portraits. Two more are in progress since the exhibition in April 2016. The current portraits and those in progress are slated to be exhibited at Butler University in the Spring 2017 semester. The current works incorporate screen print, drawing, and sculptural acrylic ‘frosting’ to explore the physicality, fashion, sexualities, and performative expressions of these individuals who have found a way to express their alternative gender identities with pride in the fairly restrictive social environment of the midwest. This project currently focuses on individuals who identify as masculine-of-center, but who feel some pull towards femininity. So far this has included cissexual men, transmasculine and nonbinary individuals, and women who have identified primarily with a masculine presence. I work with pastel colors and hyper-effeminate imagery to challenge the status of ‘girly’ aesthetics in the hierarchy of taste, using languages of fluff and delicacy to address more complex meanings. The portraits celebrate bravery in identity but also frivolity, hinting at a post-queer world where gender identity is an aesthetic choice and no longer a political action.

Patti Swanson

Patti Swanson is a historian, educator, and artist living in Chicago, Illinois. Raised near Austin, Texas, Patti came to Chicago in 2011 to pursue a degree in art history at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and stayed for the city’s rich history, friendly people, and balmy winters.

Patti is the creator, chief guide, and organizer of Chicago for Chicagoansas well as a Senior Field Agent for Atlas Obscura. In addition to giving architectural and history tours, Patti is a multidisciplinary artist interested in the overlap between the city & the book arts. Her artwork focuses on community activism, memory, place, genealogy, and the accessibility of the arts.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities

Website:

www.pattijeanswanson.com/

Shae Synnestvedt

Shae Synnestvedt (pronounced SIN-EST-VET) is an illustrator living and working in Evanston, IL. Can be found mostly emailing and grocery shopping, aside from coloring and making friendship bracelets.

Services Offered:

  • Illustration

Website:

www.shaesart.com/

Ali Tomek

Intern

Ali is a 24-year-old graphic designer pursuing her MFA at School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She graduated from Northwestern University in 2016 with a degree in History and Integrated Marketing. Her work focuses on the interplay between text and image on the printed page. She writes, illustrates, and designs content, then prints and binds it into unique book forms.

Contact her at atomek1@saic.edu

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design

Website:

alitomek.com/

Cristina Umaña

Fellow

Cristina Umaña is a Colombian artist who recently finished her BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work is characterized by drawings done with a funky, loose line that reanimates deformed bodies and quotidian moments. Her drawings, which intertwine language and form, create a mood that is both ironic and intimate. She currently lives and works in Chicago.

Website:

www.cristina-umana.com

Project Statement:

During the course of this Fellowship I would like to revisit a previous body of work with the intent of pushing it in new directions. The body of work is a series of screenprinted stencils for which I have been developing new ideas. The stencils conceptually revolve around my drawings of body parts which are often deformed, fluid, humorous, and personified. More specifically I have been focused on hands and feet and would be interested in printing them not only on paper, but also incorporating a variety of textures including fabric, mesh, ribbon, and found objects.

Aaron Walker

I am an artist, self-publisher, and organizer whose projects often germinate from an active interest in localized, independent artist-run communities and the systems of support formed within.

I co-author projects that involve and highlight individuals whose work is often taken for granted, done behind the scenes, or in support of others. This has included collaborations with social service providers, session musicians, street paper vendors and line cooks.

Website:

www.smallcraftadvisories.org/

Caroline Walp

Caroline Walp is a printmaker who works primarily in silkscreen and letterpress, although she also enjoys making books and knows a thing or two about papermaking. After receiving her BFA in Printmaking from Ohio University, Caroline spent six glorious months as a studio intern at the Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, New York where she learned how to screen print and assisted in the creation of several artists books. Her work focuses on embellishing and exaggerating every day, mundane occurrences while attempting to make you laugh. Caroline recently became a resident of Chicago and worked for Spudnik Press as an administrative intern for the 2014 Printers Ball.

Website:

www.carolinewalp.com

Classes by this Artist:

Papermaking

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Jordan Wesolek

“Our wonderful city of Chicago offers it’s own beauty aside from the great outdoors. I strive to bring nature to the city and to my fellow Chicagoans. By venturing to some of the most extreme outdoor destinations I am able to find the inspiration for my work, which manifests in the form of high contrast pieces composed of simple lines and dots framed in basic geometric shapes. Because of travel, my appreciation of the city  has grown exponentially and it helps me look at Chicago in a different light. I enjoy correlating the massive towers of Torres Del Paine to our city skyline, the winding hiking trails of El Chalten to the busy bike paths of Lakeshore Drive, and the lava flows of Iceland to the brake lights down Milwaukee Ave. I like to think my work inspires people to get out and to educate themselves of the beauty of our planet which, in turn, will allow them to develop their own correlations between the manmade world and the natural world.” – Jordan W

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration

Website:

thejordanw.com

Don Widmer

Don Widmer is a book and paper artist who uses hand papermaking, relief printing, and bookbinding (separately or in combination) to create unique works of art. After graduating from Columbia College Chicago’s Interdisciplinary Arts program, Don launched his paper arts business, Lion of Bali, which exhibits at numerous arts and craft fairs throughout the Midwest. Much of his work is inspired by travel and his background in ethnomusicology. Don primarily uses a technique called pulp painting to create his handmade paper artworks, particularly his images of urban architecture. He has had several residencies at Morgan Conservatory of Papermaking in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. Don has recently set up his papermaking studio in Skokie, Illinois.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

dwidmer.com

Classes by this Artist:

Papermaking

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Traci Wile

Traci Wile is a badass feminist activist architect (BAFFA) who works to empower ordinary people to become activists and change-makers in their community. She is currently the Director of Community Engagement at OFA (Organizing for Action), in Chicago, IL. She received her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston in 1997 and her Master of Architecture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011. In her former life she was an artist, restaurant snob, Apple Mac Genius and movie extra. Her claim to fame: she worked on  the West Wing, the Italian Job and Pirates of the Caribbean.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Graphic Design
  • Printmaking Commissions

Tara Zanzig

Administrative & Marketing Assistant

Tara Zanzig is a multi-disciplinary BFA graduate of The School Of The Art Institute of Chicago, 2001. With 11 years in the commercial textile screen printing industry, Tara shifted her focus to fine art in 2013.

Tara’s work is an exploration of existence. A way to process, an effort to understand, a search for meaning in this life. Aesthetically the work evidences roots in DIY punk specifically photocopying, band flyers, anarchist propaganda and zines. The work is influenced by pop art/culture, psychology and screen printing. Re-occurring themes are inner/outer, parts of a whole, experience, perception, emotion, and communication.
Follow her on Instagram @tararchy.

Email: info@spudnikpress.org or tzanzig@gmail.com

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

www.tararchy.com/

Classes by this Artist:

Screenprinting on Paper (SP2015)
Recharge Your Art Practice: Screenprinting Bootcamp
Screenprinting on Paper
Screenprint Your Own Swag: Stickers, Magnets & Patches
Wearable Prints: Screenprint Your Own… (Oct 2015)
Wearable Prints: Screenprint Your Own… (Nov 2015)
Screenprinting Explorations (Winter 2016)
Screenprint Your Own Swag: Stickers, Magnets, and Patches
Screenprinting 201: T-Shirts & Textiles
Screenprinting Explorations (March 2016)
Screenprinting 201: CMYK & Photographic Prints
Screenprinting Explorations (May 2016)
Screenprinting Explorations (July 2016)
DIY Screenprinted Swag: Stickers, Chapbooks, Bandanas (May 2016)
Photoshop for Printmakers
Screenprinting Explorations (Sep 2016)
Screenprinting Camp: Apparel Production
Photoshop for Printmakers
Screenprinting Explorations (Jan 2017)
Screenprinting Explorations (March 2017)
Screenprinting Explorations (July 2017)
Screenprinting Camp: Apparel Production
Screenprinting Explorations (Oct 2017)
T-Shirts & Totebags Screenprinting Workshop
Screenprinting Explorations
Screenprinting on Textiles
Screenprint Explorations (May 2018)
Screenprinting Explorations (July)