Young New Film Maker

Harry Waldman has his own unique style and vision that is worthy of note. His films, Bay for Blood and Enter the Room, are visceral, intense, human condition tragedies that are powerful and explosive. I was delighted when he asked me to help him work up some rough sketches for the poster designs of both these films. I highly recommend these short, fast paced, gut wrenching films. Take a look at the trailers for Bay for Blood and Enter the Room.

P.S. I like his name also!

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Show at Columbia University

I am in a landscape exhibition up at Columbia University right now.
The opening is tonight, Friday, November 9 from 5–9 pm. The show includes about 25 of my prints, large and small, etchings and monotypes. Please come if you can.

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Art Show in Philly

I am currently in a landscape show, Amused by Nature, at the PII Gallery in Philadelphia. These are some photos of the exhibition.

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Illustrated Book, ‘1984’

I recently illustrated 1984 for Easton Press. What an honor! I have always dreamed of illustrating this novel, and Easton Press is the book publishing company that produces the finest and most beautiful books ever! I really put my heart and soul into this job. I worked with Michael Hendricks on this, and he was wonderful to work with. Thanks Michael!

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Show at the Juxtapose Gallery in NJ

Monotype © Bruce Waldman.

Monotype © Bruce Waldman.

The above image is a recent monotype that I just completed.

These are two etchings that have been recently reworked. They are all up at the Juxtapose Gallery in New Jersey right now.

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Interview on The Master Secrets

I was recently interviewed by Kathryn Lloyd of The Masters Secrets. It was interesting discussion and if you’d like to listen to it, you can find it at

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The Met is showing my work!

I have six of my etchings up right now in the Metropolitan Museum of
Art Mezzanine Gallery in a show of contemporary New York Printmakers.
What an honor!

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Exhibition at the Old Print Shop

Old Print Shop Exhbition

Old Print Shop Exhbition

The two etchings on the left are mine, in an exhibition of prints at The Old Printshop Gallery on Lexington Avenue and 30th Street in Manhattan. Next to my prints are prints by Diego Riviera, and Rafael Soyer. That’s a delicious sandwich to be in the middle of, no? I am honored!

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RBPMW Seminar

Monotype. ©Bruce Waldman. All rights reserved.

I just completed teaching this seminar at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. It was really a lot of fun, and the work that was done in the class is terrific and so were all the people involved.

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I am conducting an intensive two-day workshop at Manhattan Graphic Center this weekend. Its a two day monoprint/monotype seminar. I am excited to do this as I usually tremendously enjoy doing these kind of things.


Instructor: Bruce Waldman

This workshop is ideal for artists who love to draw and paint directly
and spontaneously. Monoprints incorporate draftsmanship and direct
painting with printmaking. This workshop approaches monoprinting in a
unique way; draw and paint in color with rollers, brushes, palette
knives and explore how to use found materials creating textures that
enhance the atmosphere and mood of a picture. We will focus on pulling
both light out of a dark background as well as working dark on light.
Students who love to draw find freedom using these techniques, their
color sense is expanded and their drawing abilities can evolve to a
higher level. All levels of experience welcome.

Fee: $260.00
Saturday & Sunday 10:30 – 4:30
March 10 & 11
Limited to 8 students

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