Towers at Dusk

Woodcut – Image Size 8 X inches

The artist has this to say: “ I have always liked the rounded shapes of water towers next to the straight lines of building walls and windows, and the way the sky shapes appear around the buildings. Towers at Dusk shows towers in the late afternoon, with the sun going down. The image was carved on two Shina 3/8 inch plywood blocks and printed on Rives Heavyweight paper (175 grams.) It was proofed in my studio using Graphic Chemical inks on a Martech etching press. Kathy Caraccio printed the edition.”

Emily Trueblood was born in Alexandria, VA. An artist from an early age she discovered printmaking at Pratt Graphic Center when she moved to NYC, after attending Beloit College and the University of Madrid, and graduating with a BA from the University of Wisconsin. She soon developed a preference for making woodcuts and linocuts. She earned a MLS from Columbia University. For the past eighteen years, she has worked as a full time printmaker. Her work is in several public collections including the Detroit Institute of Arts, The Cleveland Museum of Art, the British Museum and others.