Robin Dintiman works in printmaking, sculpture and drawing. She has taught in colleges and print shops nationwide. She has received fellowships from the Yaddo Corporation, Dorland’s Mountain Colony, and Cooper Union. Her work has been exhibited in the U.S. and Europe, and is featured in the permanent collections of the Philadelphia Art Museum, the National Museum for Women in the Arts, the Chrysler Museum, and the Arkansas Center for Contemporary Art. robindintiman.com
Beth Ganz creates photo-based work incorporating, photogravure, digitally printed images, painting and drawing. Cynthia Reeves, New York and Gottheiner Contemporary, St. Louis, represent her work.
Frederick Mershimer’s prints are in the collections of the Whitney Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the Fogg Museum, the Corcoran Gallery, the Smithsonian Institution, and many others. A catalogue raisonné of his mezzotints, spanning the years 1984 through 2006 was published in 2007.
Joan Greenfield wears many hats.
Matthias Kern enjoys working in the older printmaking techniques as well as more modern techniques of intaglio, encompassing dry point, aquatint, mezzotint, line etching, silk screen, monotype and woodcut. His vision is to achieve with his art feelings that we all have experienced, and to allow his audience to personalize those emotions to mean something specific for them.
John Morning is a printmaker who lives and works in Manhattan. His work uses the silkscreen medium for its precision and richness. Its focus is on color in determined structures, much as notes in music. He has been a graphic designer, art director, and instructor at Pratt Institute from which he graduated. His earliest art instruction was at The Cleveland Museum of Art. A former member of the Junior Council at the Museum of Modern Art, he is a current appointee to the New York State Council on the Arts and a board member of the International Print Center New York. His prints are held by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, CUNY Graduate Center, New York University, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, as well as leading private collectors.
Sarah Plimpton is a printmaker, poet and painter interested in weather, maps, lines, and the color black. She is represented by the June Kelly Gallery, and the Ute Barth Gallery in Zurich.
Larry Schulte grew up on a farm in Nebraska, the rhythms and spirit of nature influence his work. He studied and taught mathematics, and the beauty and repetition found in mathematics is also an influence. His work is about color, pattern and repetition.
WILLIAM C. TUCKER
William C. Tucker has been an active member of MGC for 18 years, specializing in intaglio and monotype printmaking. He holds an M.F.A. in painting and has taught studio art at the college level, including Columbia University and Fashion Institute. His work is represented in a number of public collections. In his monotypes, he uses color and collage-like pictorial illusion to weave subtle and evocative abstract tapestries reminiscent of the Surrealist landscapes of Dali and de Chirico.
The images I create reflect my experiences as a child, daughter, sister, friend, lover, wife, mother, breadwinner, world citizen, and scribe.
All my works are haunted by the ghosts, demons, spirits, and goddesses that are fostered by worldly pressure, as well as personal and familial ones. The borders between reality and fantasy blur, recording my life through everything I have seen, been told, felt, or experienced as if in a fairy tale with strong mythological references. The themes are both personal yet universal. Intaglio and relief printing are suited to my voice supporting the multi-layers of the narrative.
MATTHEW FRANKLIN WILSON
MFW says: I want to exist in a world without intuition or assumption. I want to understand structures, not see discrete objects. My pictures are about making a thing out of many things, building a structure with an apparent nature, with a clear and readable history.
CEDRIC VAN EENOO
Cedric van Eenoo is an artist, musician, filmmaker, and professor. He is affiliated with SciArt Center of New York City, Brooklyn Arts Council, and is a member of the Artists Rights Society New York. His work is exhibited at a wide variety of US and international galleries. He is represented by Tokyo Art Gallery and World Fine Art Gallery in New York City.
MICHELE VAN DE ROER
Michele Van de Roer is a Fulbright scholar working at the La Ruche Seydoux Foundation in Paris. Her work is in numerous public and private collections including the Rodin Museum and the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France and in the Zimmerli Collection at Rutgers University.
PAST GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Ruth Moscovitch has been making prints since 1969 and has printed at MGC since 2005, using traditional etching techniques including intaglio, aquatint, chine-collé, soft and hard grounds. She has also experimented with collograph, transparent inks, overlays, and traditional linocut.
SELFIES: Beyond the Smartphone
A Rogues' Gallery of MGC Artists
EVIDENCE: Handle with Care
39 prints by 39 artists
A portfolio of work on a common theme. Spring 2017.
67 prints by 53 artists
A juried exhibition of prints by artists from Manhattan Graphics Center, New York, at the HOLLAR Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic.
Jane Kent, juror. Fall 2013.
59 prints by 59 artists
A portfolio of work on a common theme by MGC artists. Spring 2012.
La Huella Magistral:
Homage to Master Printers
A portfolio of portraits by 19 Contemporary Latino master printers in honor of those who came before them. The portfolio was published by Consejo Gráfico Nacional, which was established in 2000 to “advance the capacity and legacy of Latino printmakers in the United States."