Author Archives: brucewaldman
These are my two latest monotypes, done at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop a week or so ago. I do like both of these as I have been working with my students at SVA on human anatomy, perspective, and proportions … Continue reading
This is my piece up in the second part of the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition in their Museum of American Illustration Gallery. This is a monotype that was done as an illustration for Easton Press’ new version of 1984 … Continue reading
Here I am in front of one of my pieces that is up right now in the annual exhibition at the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators on East 63rd street in Manhattan. The work will be … Continue reading
My jazz musician prints are up right now in an exhibition of contemporary etchings at The Old Printshop Gallery at 30th street and Lexington avenue in Manhattan. Also pictured here is Michael Decirbo, the director of the contemporary print collection … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
I am currently in a landscape show, Amused by Nature, at the PII Gallery in Philadelphia. These are some photos of the exhibition.
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 … Continue reading
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.