EBSQ Spotlight on Hand-pulled Traditional Printmaking: Larry Joe Miller

This month’s featured gallery is Hand-pulled Traditional Printmaking. No two prints are ever the same, even if pulled from the same plate. Each print, regardless of technique, is an entirely individual piece of art. It is this aspect combined with the variety of print-making techniques that have made printmaking a versatile and popular art process for thousands of years. Whether dry point, block print, collagraph or lithograph, creating hand pulled prints is often a labor intensive but unique and interesting way of creating art. Throughout August, we are going to take a few moments to catch up with some of our artists that work to create hand-pulled prints.

Larry Joe Miller

Chinese Garden Portland Oregon - Larry Joe Miller
Chinese Garden Portland Oregon - Larry Joe Miller

I am currently blending Chinese Ink painting, Japanese woodblock cutting into my style and new prints.  I love impressionistic art and hope to take the subtle shading of Chinese ink to multi-block printing.  I have started doing lino along with woodblock on the same print and have accomplished blending the two very successfully.  Mainly I want to grow with my techniques and develop new styles that will be cutting edge (no pun intended) in the print world. – Larry Joe Miller

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