Sunday, September 2, 2018

Remarque Print Workshop in Albuquerque

Remarque Print Workshop and Gallery is a top-notch printmaking studio in the Nob Hill district of Albuquerque, New Mexico, fully equipped with etching presses.

The studio was originally founded by Regina Held in 1996, as New Grounds Print Workshop, one of the first non-toxic print studios.  Since then the studio changed it's name to Remarque Print Workshop, and is run by 4 new owners.

Remarque Print Workshop keeping busy
on September 1, 2018

Jessica Weybright is having too much fun!

Exhibition by Hyejeong Kwon from South Korea

Exhibition by Ron Pokrasso from Santa Fe

We've enjoyed a great history with Remarque/New Grounds Print Workshop and Gallery:

Karl Whitaker and Tanya Rich holding up prints --

(including Julianna Kirwin , back, pink shirt)

We showed the YayBig Print Exchange in February, 2017.

One of our prints for the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta was published  here in 2015, at New Grounds Print Workshop, under the original owner, Regina Held.

Prior to that, we had a YayBig Southwest print pop-up exhibition in March, 2104.

Pamela Wesolek had the exhibition in the main gallery, during our side-busting pop-up show.  And she did a popular etching demonstration that night.

Krrrl is going to experiment with electro-etching for his Ambos Lados print, between Remarque and QueLab hackerspace.

Krrrl is also commissioning a mini 3D printed printing press, mostly to show off at the Southwest Print Fiesta in Silver City, New Mexico, October 5-7.

Printing press in progress,
being printed on a 3D printer,
by Joshua of QueLab hackerspace

Just down the street from Remarque is Tamarind Institute, part of the University of New Mexico, and world reknown for lithography printing.  Also Takach Press is located in Albuquerque.

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