Posts tagged Printmaking

Keneilwe Mokoena | Making Monoty...

Keneilwe Mokoena | Making Monotypes

We are excited to have Keneilwe Mokoena in the workshop this week working on a new series of watercolour monotypes. The medium suits her patient and particular approach to her work involving the combination of chance and intention in how the water and pigment of the paint pools and moves on the surface. Her fascination […]

Painterly Printmaking using Spit...

American Master Printer Phil Sanders visited the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in March 2017 to work with Master Printer Jillian Ross and her team, in collaboration with with Deborah Bell, on a new series of intaglio prints. This collaboration saw Bell exploring the spitbite technique further. “Spitbite aquatint involves painting strong acid directly onto the aquatint ground of […]

Stephen Hobbs | New works in Let...

Letterpress is a form of relief printing where blocks of movable type are composed and locked into the “bed” or “chase” of a press. The raised surfaces may then be inked up and printed repeatedly onto substrates. Looking at previous work, Hobbs worked with Master Printer Jillian Ross, as well as printmaker Talya Lubinsky and […]

READY!!!!! Jacob van Schalkwyk’s...

READY!!!!! Jacob van Schalkwyk’s etchings: “Waltz” and “W”

For many years, Van Schalkwyk has used Josef Albers’ colour system COLOR-AID to arrive at considered and very specific colour combinations for his artworks. Using lithography ink to make these drawings, he also carefully considers each sheet of paper he uses to produce such drawings. Waltz is a multi-plate deeply bitten, sugarlift aquatint etching printed onto a […]

Deborah Bell at DKW with Phil Sa...

There has been a flurry of activity at DKW over the past two weeks. The American Master Printer Phil Sanders, visited the workshop to work with Jillian Ross and her team in collaboration with Deborah Bell on a new series of intaglio prints. Deborah and Phil’s last visit to the studio was in 2014 where […]

Robyn Penn: The Map is Not the T...

Blogger: Rachel van Blydenstein Printer Kim-Lee Loggenberg is immersed in the completion of Robyn Penn’s latest edition, The Map is Not the Territory I and II. These prints are part of a suite of three clouds that make up Penn’s most recent collaboration with DKW, ‘The Cloud of Unknowing‘. Penn, who recently opened an exhibition at […]

Olivié Keck Visits David Krut Pr...

We had such a lovely visit to our Montebello gallery from the up-and-coming artist Olivié Keck. Keck introduced us to her bright and beautiful watercolour monotypes, which we will be showing later this year at our Cape Town gallery. The works were produced while at the International Art Residency (AIR) at the Kala Institute in […]

Printmaking in the “armpit of Am...

Blogger: Jessie Cohen 2015-11 On returning to Johannesburg after an intensive three-week lecture and printmaking tour of the US, Stephen Hobbs is buzzing with enthusiasm and filled with inspiration. He spoke with our blogger, Jessie Cohen, to give a sense of what it was like to visit and make art in the so-called “armpit of America” (Detroit, Cleveland, […]

Edition; Flatten; Crop; Bop: A m...

This week at the DKP workshop, the printers are in the final stages of editioning works by Mischa Fritsch, Mongezi Ncaphayi and Oliver Mayhew. Monday mornings mean seventies disco beats. While Diana Ross belts “Upside Down”, printers Kim-Lee Loggenberg, Sbongiseni Khulu and intern Martin Motha resume their collaborative dance to complete various projects at once. Contrary to the fast-paced […]

Endale Desalegn on his unconvent...

04.11.15 Blogger: Jessie Cohen As Endale’s two-month residency draws to a close, Jessie Cohen (our new blogger) speaks with him about his unconventional approach to printmaking and learns some in-depth meanings behind the monotypes from the artist himself. When asked why he has taken to printmaking during his time at DKP, Endale gives a characteristically whimsical and simply […]

New York Studio Visit | CHUCK WE...

February 7, 2015 – Last weekend, Miranda and Meghan of David Krut Projects-NY visited Chuck Webster’s Brooklyn-based studio in preparation for his upcoming show at David Krut Projects – taking place November / December 2015. Webster walked us through his newest drawings, paintings, and prints — a sampling of those works can be found in […]

Upcoming Exhibition at David Kru...

CARVED RELIEF PRINT GROUP EXHIBITION 5 February to 6 March 2015 | Opening at 18:00 on Thursday 5 February David Krut Projects 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood David Krut Projects Johannesburg (DKP) is pleased to announce Carved, a group exhibition of woodcut and linocut relief prints made in the David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) at […]

Phil Sanders and Deborah Bell at...

The past week American Master Printer and Director of Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, Phil Sanders and his wife, Sarah (also an artist) visited DKW (Arts on Main). The DKW (Arts on Main)-team has been working on a number of plates of Deborah Bell – but most notable is the printing of new editions & multiples […]

Jill Ross and Stephen Hobbs visi...

Jill Ross, master printer at DKW (Arts on Main) and artist, Stephen Hobbs visited the DKW (Parkwood) today. This morning Ross came in from DKW Arts on Main to share her expertise on the technicalities of the printing processes with Stephan Hobbs, Daniel Hewson and Sipho Dwala. Later in the day Hobbs continued work on a new […]

Deborah Bell and Phil Sanders at...

Deborah Bell and Phil Sanders at DKW Arts on Main

Master Printer Phil Sanders is working at David Krut Print Workshop with Deborah Bell on a series of new etchings and drypoints. Sanders first worked at DKW in 2008 and continued to collaborate with David Krut Projects through the New York gallery space, including the curating of group shows, collaborating with South African artists visiting […]

Mischa Fritsch at Pangolin Press

Mischa Fritsch at Pangolin Press

Mischa Fritsch has been working at Pangolin Press in Newlands, Cape Town, on a drypoint with engraving. To achieve the range of marks and tones Fritsch has used etching tools alongside jewellers tools and a rubber wheel tool to manipulate the surface of the plate. Below are some images from the studio.

Brian Shure

Brian Shure

Mechanic’s Gate Suite, Hardground etching, 5 ½” x 7” image on 15” x 11 ¼” Arches 88 paper, 2010, edition of 20 Brian Shure is a painter and printmaker working with representations of the city as an actor in the human dramas of everyday life. He received a BA from Antioch College, apprenticed with Ernest DeSoto […]

Friedrich Danielis’ Book A...

Book artist, Friedrich Danielis will have a work on display alongside book art by Kiki Smith, Robert Motherwell, Roy Lichtenstein at the Herzog-August Bibliothek in Wolfenbuettel. Danielis created an artist book titled, Working at Krut at David Krut Print Workshop in Johannesburg in 2008 – available at David Krut Projects, New York. Click here to […]