The epic tale of the University of Wisconsin LaCrosse Printmaking Program. The Printmaking program is directed by Joel Elgin and features the odd collection of the many PrintFools who enroll, print and exist from semester to semester in the Shop of Tears.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

DAVID LYNCH







 Flying Woman
http://www.artspace.com/davidlynch/flying-woman 



"...David Lynch described how he felt about the process of printmaking: "It has the same sort of excitement as when you go to the photo shop to get your pictures back. Even though you took them, they never come out exactly the way you see them through the camera. There is always some sort of surprise, and that's the way it is with printmaking. With action and reaction exciting things begin to happen."..."

DAVID LYNCH at ARTspace

 http://www.artspace.com/davidlynch

DAVID LYNCH at Tandem

http://www.tandempress.wisc.edu/artists/lynch/list.html 

IDEM PARIS by DAVID LYNCH 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_VKCjeMzhg

DAVID LYNCH at PAFA

http://www.pafa.org/davidlynch/

DAVID LYNCH at Kayne Griffin

http://www.kaynegriffincorcoran.com/exhibition/view/58/naming/

3 comments:

Amy Mathy said...

David Lynch's prints are truly remarkable. The texture and contrast he uses, makes the prints he pulled in the YouTube video look like photographs.

Andrea Anderson said...

Love David Lynch. Its crazy how much some of these prints reminds me of scenes from his films. They are all so dark and rich and dream-like.

On another note, Lynch is now also a creator of coffee, and you can get your own--damn-fine--cup of it.

http://www.javadistribution.com/coffee/david-lynch-signature-cup-organic-coffee/

Britt Vogt said...

Interesting quote from lynch comparing printmaking to photography-I know a lot of printmakers in the shop right now got their start in photography. Also the wonderment and surprise that happens as you pull a print from the press. Unexpected magic.