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LEONARD EDMONDSON and WERNER DREWES:
Intaglio vs. Relief

July 10 - September 4, 2004

Opening Reception: Saturday July 10, 2 to 5pm


WERNER DREWES Manhattan LEONARD EDMONDSON Made in the USA

LEONARD EDMONDSON and WERNER DREWES: Intaglio vs. Relief will focus upon works by these artists.  Influenced by Stanley William Hayter’s technique of viscosity etching, LEONARD EDMONDSON’s etchings have a wonderful sense of texture and space, employing both bold colors and a full tonal range of black and white.  WERNER DREWES’s Bauhaus roots evolved through expressionism into bold black and white and color woodcuts.  Although we focus upon these two masters of their techniques, we will also show works by other artists: intaglios by LEE CHESNEY, YNEZ JOHNSTON and JOHN PAUL JONES; relief prints by JOHN BERNHARDT, STEPHEN de HOSPODAR and PAUL LANDACRE.
 
 

LEONARD EDMONDSON Reconstruction of Experience LEONARD EDMONDSON Sphere of Hostility
LEONARD EDMONDSON Labryinth WERNER DREWES Ancient Warrior
WERNER DREWES Indian Motif WERNER DREWES Steamboats on the East River
MARK LEITHOUSER Birches JOHN BERNHARDT The Demagogue and the Preacher

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Also showing: The Tamarind Lithography Workshop

Thursday Evening Discussion Series

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