Anita Hunt's prints are deeply rooted in places
near and dear to her. She studied art at
Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and at the School of the Museum of
Fine Arts, Boston. Her copperplate etchings combine traditional methods with
newer, less toxic materials and processes. An active printmaker for more than
30 years, she works in her home studio in rural New England and at Zea Mays
Printmaking in Northampton, MA. Anita is a Past President of the Monotype Guild
of New England and an elected member of the Boston Printmakers, the Society of
Graphic Artists (SAGA) and the Los Angeles Printmaking Society. She exhibits
her work internationally.
Tallmadge Doyle is a printmaker, painter and public artist. Born in New York City, she has lived and worked in Eugene, Oregon, for twenty-five years.She received her BFA in Drawing from the Cleveland Art Institute and an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Oregon.Recent exhibitions include one person shows at Davidson Gallery, Seattle; Augen Gallery, Portland; and Schrager Clarke Gallery in Eugene. Her work is included in more than one hundred national and international exhibitions and is featured in over forty public collections in the United States and abroad.Tallmadge taught as an Adjunct Professor of printmaking and drawing at the University of Oregon for 15 years and teaches annual workshops at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology.