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EPISODE TWENTY-FIVE | REINALDO GIL ZAMBRANO  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Reinaldo Gil Zambrano community builder, lecturer, printmaker, story teller, and printmaking advocate. We talk about his childhood growing up in Caracas, Venezuela; his leaving home at sixteen to study in Costa Rica; learning about illustration as visual communication; and finding a sense of home in a changing life through shared narratives. We also chat about magical realism in Latin American culture and some family legends from the artist’s childhood. We welcome Reinaldo as our second artist to feature a double release of the podcast episode, with one in Spanish and the other in English.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWENTY-FIVE | REINALDO GIL ZAMBRANO

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Reinaldo Gil Zambrano community builder, lecturer, printmaker, story teller, and printmaking advocate. We talk about his childhood growing up in Caracas, Venezuela; his leaving home at sixteen to study in Costa Rica; learning about illustration as visual communication; and finding a sense of home in a changing life through shared narratives. We also chat about magical realism in Latin American culture and some family legends from the artist’s childhood. We welcome Reinaldo as our second artist to feature a double release of the podcast episode, with one in Spanish and the other in English.

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EPISODE TWENTY-FOUR | JILL GRAHAM  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Jill Graham the technician and master printer at the NSCAD Lithography Workshop: Contemporary Editions. Graham shares her journey of starting out in Montreal, setting up a lithography workshop in a remote part of Ontario, traveling to South Africa to train a color blind master printer, waiting ten years to attend Tamarind, and surviving and thriving in the Toronto arts scene as single mom. We also talk about Graham’s role in the reinstitution of the lithography workshop with an eye intersectionality, collaborating with First Nations artist on Cape Dorset, and how to gracefully dodge your interviewer’s request for  hot goss  regarding the famous artists with which you’ve printed.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWENTY-FOUR | JILL GRAHAM

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Jill Graham the technician and master printer at the NSCAD Lithography Workshop: Contemporary Editions. Graham shares her journey of starting out in Montreal, setting up a lithography workshop in a remote part of Ontario, traveling to South Africa to train a color blind master printer, waiting ten years to attend Tamarind, and surviving and thriving in the Toronto arts scene as single mom. We also talk about Graham’s role in the reinstitution of the lithography workshop with an eye intersectionality, collaborating with First Nations artist on Cape Dorset, and how to gracefully dodge your interviewer’s request for hot goss regarding the famous artists with which you’ve printed.

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EPISODE TWENTY-THREE | STEVE CAMPBELL  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Steve Campbell of Landfall Press in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has been working at the iconic press for thirty one years as the director, marketer, and collaborative printer and he still speaks about printmaking with a romance as if they were on their first date. Campbell has printed with Judy Chicago, Christo, Jim Dine, Claes Oldenburg, and Kara Walker, to name a few, and he says he’ll still get lost in the magic of admiring a print in the moments after it has been separated from the stone. In this episode we talk about how he came to Landfall over three decades ago, the meditative aspects of lithography, and what is on the horizon for Landfall as they look towards their 50th anniversary in 2020.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWENTY-THREE | STEVE CAMPBELL

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Steve Campbell of Landfall Press in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has been working at the iconic press for thirty one years as the director, marketer, and collaborative printer and he still speaks about printmaking with a romance as if they were on their first date. Campbell has printed with Judy Chicago, Christo, Jim Dine, Claes Oldenburg, and Kara Walker, to name a few, and he says he’ll still get lost in the magic of admiring a print in the moments after it has been separated from the stone. In this episode we talk about how he came to Landfall over three decades ago, the meditative aspects of lithography, and what is on the horizon for Landfall as they look towards their 50th anniversary in 2020.

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EPISODE TWENTY-TWO | GREGORY SANTOS  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Gregory Santos, Instagram lithographer extraordinaire. Santos builds and tends to an expansive online community based on being open about the trials and tribulations of printmaking’s most mercurial medium. We talk about the need for honesty in social media, and to move away from the shiny perfection which is so often touted as a real life. As well as Santos’ ambitious print exchange Mixed Grit, for which he mails four small lithography stones to printmakers around the country, who draw on them, and then mail them back. Santos documents all of this with transparency, humour, and an eye toward digital community building on a global scale.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWENTY-TWO | GREGORY SANTOS

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Gregory Santos, Instagram lithographer extraordinaire. Santos builds and tends to an expansive online community based on being open about the trials and tribulations of printmaking’s most mercurial medium. We talk about the need for honesty in social media, and to move away from the shiny perfection which is so often touted as a real life. As well as Santos’ ambitious print exchange Mixed Grit, for which he mails four small lithography stones to printmakers around the country, who draw on them, and then mail them back. Santos documents all of this with transparency, humour, and an eye toward digital community building on a global scale.

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EPISODE TWENTY-ONE | ELIZABETH JEAN YOUNCE  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Elizabeth Jean Younce, lithographer, small business owner, and dog mom. Younce grew up in the wilds of New England and the natural world as well as the folklore we create from it is at the heart of her practice. Younce’s images are filled with the honestly and brutality of animals and she uses them to explore feelings of becoming overwhelmed by the chaos in which we live. We also chat about Younce inheriting a printmaking studio in Los Angeles from Partisan lithographer, her time printing at Tandem Press and Gemini G.E.L., being your print boss lady, and that eternal question “Why's a nice girl like you doing a print this?”   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWENTY-ONE | ELIZABETH JEAN YOUNCE

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Elizabeth Jean Younce, lithographer, small business owner, and dog mom. Younce grew up in the wilds of New England and the natural world as well as the folklore we create from it is at the heart of her practice. Younce’s images are filled with the honestly and brutality of animals and she uses them to explore feelings of becoming overwhelmed by the chaos in which we live. We also chat about Younce inheriting a printmaking studio in Los Angeles from Partisan lithographer, her time printing at Tandem Press and Gemini G.E.L., being your print boss lady, and that eternal question “Why's a nice girl like you doing a print this?”

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EPISODE TWENTY | TANEKEYA WORD  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Tanekeya Word a Milwaukee based visual artist, printmaker and educator, whose work centers around Black geographies: exploring Afrofuturism, Black aesthetics, Black hair, Black identity, and Black girl/womanhood. Word is also the founder of Black Women of Print a society where black female printmakers can share space, intergenerational knowledge, stories, and community. If that wasn’t enough, Black Women of Print is also an educational resource for discovering historical black female printmakers currently overlooked in the printmaking canon. In this episode we talk education, arts funding, accessibility in printmaking, and future thinking.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWENTY | TANEKEYA WORD

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Tanekeya Word a Milwaukee based visual artist, printmaker and educator, whose work centers around Black geographies: exploring Afrofuturism, Black aesthetics, Black hair, Black identity, and Black girl/womanhood. Word is also the founder of Black Women of Print a society where black female printmakers can share space, intergenerational knowledge, stories, and community. If that wasn’t enough, Black Women of Print is also an educational resource for discovering historical black female printmakers currently overlooked in the printmaking canon. In this episode we talk education, arts funding, accessibility in printmaking, and future thinking.

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EPISODE NINETEEN | BEN MUÑOZ  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Ben Muñoz about his series “The Endless Endeavor”. These six woodcuts, each 8 by 4 feet, chronicle his family’s journey from Mexico to America starting with the artist’s grandfather. Filled with rich iconography and complex symbolism, these pieces tell a multi-generational story of hard work and hope. Muñoz channels the grit and resolve shown by the generations before him in order to take on his career as working artist and help provide for his family. We also talk about Muñoz’s side hustle, Casa Press, and how it all fits into the luck, determination, and just general niceness which is all necessary to make it as a successful artist.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE NINETEEN | BEN MUÑOZ

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Ben Muñoz about his series “The Endless Endeavor”. These six woodcuts, each 8 by 4 feet, chronicle his family’s journey from Mexico to America starting with the artist’s grandfather. Filled with rich iconography and complex symbolism, these pieces tell a multi-generational story of hard work and hope. Muñoz channels the grit and resolve shown by the generations before him in order to take on his career as working artist and help provide for his family. We also talk about Muñoz’s side hustle, Casa Press, and how it all fits into the luck, determination, and just general niceness which is all necessary to make it as a successful artist.

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EPISODE EIGHTEEN | PAUL DERUVO  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Paul DeRuvo a non-binary printmaker working in Norwalk, Connecticut. DeRuvo speaks about their early introduction to our craft at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, developing their traditional draftsmanship skills in order to express the critical queer moments in their life with the reverence of a seventeenth-century portrait, taking advantage of the omnipresence of smart phones to capture the candid, and sisterhood in queer communities. We also explore the idea of tenderness as revolution and the strength it takes to hold on it the face of our often brutal world.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE EIGHTEEN | PAUL DERUVO

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Paul DeRuvo a non-binary printmaker working in Norwalk, Connecticut. DeRuvo speaks about their early introduction to our craft at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, developing their traditional draftsmanship skills in order to express the critical queer moments in their life with the reverence of a seventeenth-century portrait, taking advantage of the omnipresence of smart phones to capture the candid, and sisterhood in queer communities. We also explore the idea of tenderness as revolution and the strength it takes to hold on it the face of our often brutal world.

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EPISODE SEVENTEEN | JAMAAL BARBER  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Jamaal Barber: printmaker, curator, collaborator, podcast host, grad student, husband, and father. Barber offers his insights into what it takes to become a successful artist, his own personal story of taking the leap from weekend art fairs to full time artist, and his print practice making work about all aspects of black life in America. He also gives us a look into this current exhibition  400: A Collective Flight of Memory  (on display in the Aviation Community Culture Center in Atlanta through 15 July 2019) in which Barber has collaborated with 22 artists as a reflection on the collective black experience during the 400 years since the first slave ships arrived off the coast of Virginia in 1619.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE SEVENTEEN | JAMAAL BARBER

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Jamaal Barber: printmaker, curator, collaborator, podcast host, grad student, husband, and father. Barber offers his insights into what it takes to become a successful artist, his own personal story of taking the leap from weekend art fairs to full time artist, and his print practice making work about all aspects of black life in America. He also gives us a look into this current exhibition 400: A Collective Flight of Memory (on display in the Aviation Community Culture Center in Atlanta through 15 July 2019) in which Barber has collaborated with 22 artists as a reflection on the collective black experience during the 400 years since the first slave ships arrived off the coast of Virginia in 1619.

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EPISODE SIXTEEN |MARCO SÁNCHEZ  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Marco Sánchez about growing up on the Juarez / El Paso border, moving from his home to a small town in Pennsylvania, taking advice and inspiration from his artist grandfather, and representing his cultural identity through drawing on the incredible history of post-revolution Mexican printmakers. Sánchez also talks about the changing politics of what it means to be Lantix in the United States within his lifetime and how the current administration’s immigration policies have affected his life and work. As well as the complex and on going process of decolonizing his aesthetic. This episode of the podcast will be a double release, one in Spanish the other in English, made possible by my wonderful co-host this week Maya Verdugo and extra editing help by Judith Martinez Estrada.   Article  | Podcast :  English  +  Español

EPISODE SIXTEEN |MARCO SÁNCHEZ

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Marco Sánchez about growing up on the Juarez / El Paso border, moving from his home to a small town in Pennsylvania, taking advice and inspiration from his artist grandfather, and representing his cultural identity through drawing on the incredible history of post-revolution Mexican printmakers. Sánchez also talks about the changing politics of what it means to be Lantix in the United States within his lifetime and how the current administration’s immigration policies have affected his life and work. As well as the complex and on going process of decolonizing his aesthetic. This episode of the podcast will be a double release, one in Spanish the other in English, made possible by my wonderful co-host this week Maya Verdugo and extra editing help by Judith Martinez Estrada.

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EPISODE FIFTEEN |AARON COLEMAN  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Aaron Coleman about his first exposure to visual culture as a graffiti writing teen outside of Indianapolis, his graduate school experience of being tricked into loving litho, and his current role as Professor of Art at the University of Arizona. The hip hop community was the first place Coleman really felt at home and the formative practice he experienced in the mixing and remixing of visual culture has stayed with him to this day. Coleman also talks about the place of art in the cultural of the resistance against the forces of evil in our world and the important role artists play as documentarians, communicators, and historians during our troubled times.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE FIFTEEN |AARON COLEMAN

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Aaron Coleman about his first exposure to visual culture as a graffiti writing teen outside of Indianapolis, his graduate school experience of being tricked into loving litho, and his current role as Professor of Art at the University of Arizona. The hip hop community was the first place Coleman really felt at home and the formative practice he experienced in the mixing and remixing of visual culture has stayed with him to this day. Coleman also talks about the place of art in the cultural of the resistance against the forces of evil in our world and the important role artists play as documentarians, communicators, and historians during our troubled times.

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EPISODE FOURTEEN | JENNY ROBINSON  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Jenny Robinson about her childhood growing up in Borneo and when the colours and warmth of the equator came to an abrupt end after her was shipped off to a Catholic boarding school in England. While that displacement may have been the greatest culture shock of her life, globe-trotting remains a big part of who she is. She spent years in her twenties traveling around India and Southeast Asia, and doing it all solo after ditching her ex-boyfriend at the Bombay train station two weeks into the trip. Robinson also talks about her deep printmaker pride, her love of paper and inks, and goes into detail as to how she developed a drypoint method which allows her to work very large and on a budget.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE FOURTEEN | JENNY ROBINSON

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Jenny Robinson about her childhood growing up in Borneo and when the colours and warmth of the equator came to an abrupt end after her was shipped off to a Catholic boarding school in England. While that displacement may have been the greatest culture shock of her life, globe-trotting remains a big part of who she is. She spent years in her twenties traveling around India and Southeast Asia, and doing it all solo after ditching her ex-boyfriend at the Bombay train station two weeks into the trip. Robinson also talks about her deep printmaker pride, her love of paper and inks, and goes into detail as to how she developed a drypoint method which allows her to work very large and on a budget.

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EPISODE THIRTEEN | CRAIG ANCZELOWITZ OF AWAGAMI FACTORY  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Craig Anczelowitz from Awagami Factory, a paper mill which has been making washing by hand for eight generations. Awagami is located in Yoshinogawa Village on Shikoku island, the smallest of the big islands which make up Japan. Craig has incredible information to share about what they’re up to over at Awagami. They have artist residencies, a paper lab, an onsite museum and open calls for traveling exhibitions. He also talks about the nitty gritty details about the difference between Western and Washi paper, the history of the factory, and the environmental sustainability of their practice.   Podcast

EPISODE THIRTEEN | CRAIG ANCZELOWITZ OF AWAGAMI FACTORY

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Craig Anczelowitz from Awagami Factory, a paper mill which has been making washing by hand for eight generations. Awagami is located in Yoshinogawa Village on Shikoku island, the smallest of the big islands which make up Japan. Craig has incredible information to share about what they’re up to over at Awagami. They have artist residencies, a paper lab, an onsite museum and open calls for traveling exhibitions. He also talks about the nitty gritty details about the difference between Western and Washi paper, the history of the factory, and the environmental sustainability of their practice.

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BONUS ARTICLE | MIRABO PRESS  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Bob Fleming, Rachel Shelton, and Mizin Shin co-founders of Mirabo Press in Buffalo, New York. The three friends and colleagues started their imprint in August of 2018, making it officially shiny, new, exciting, and still in the works. In this article they talk about the process of undertaking such a project and the rewards and challenges inherent in turning a 6800 square foot engine factory into a studio equipped for woodcut, intaglio, screenprint, and enamelling. As well as, how the rise of Rustbelt American cities, like Buffalo, are providing new opportunities of art and artists.   Article

BONUS ARTICLE | MIRABO PRESS

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Bob Fleming, Rachel Shelton, and Mizin Shin co-founders of Mirabo Press in Buffalo, New York. The three friends and colleagues started their imprint in August of 2018, making it officially shiny, new, exciting, and still in the works. In this article they talk about the process of undertaking such a project and the rewards and challenges inherent in turning a 6800 square foot engine factory into a studio equipped for woodcut, intaglio, screenprint, and enamelling. As well as, how the rise of Rustbelt American cities, like Buffalo, are providing new opportunities of art and artists.

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EPISODE TWELVE | PATRICK WAGNER  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Patrick Wagner of Black Heart Press. Patrick is a lithographer, teacher, and sauna enthusiast from Germany living in Stockholm. We talk about his early days learning lithography from Alois Senefelder's treatise while at a small art school in Romania and the guerrilla litho teaching group it spawned which eventually got him kicked out of school. As well as the beautiful international connections the sharing of printmaking knowledge brings and the devastating fire which destroyed his entire archive of work. Patrick has an incredible deadpan humor which makes this episode a particularly delightful listen.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWELVE | PATRICK WAGNER

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Patrick Wagner of Black Heart Press. Patrick is a lithographer, teacher, and sauna enthusiast from Germany living in Stockholm. We talk about his early days learning lithography from Alois Senefelder's treatise while at a small art school in Romania and the guerrilla litho teaching group it spawned which eventually got him kicked out of school. As well as the beautiful international connections the sharing of printmaking knowledge brings and the devastating fire which destroyed his entire archive of work. Patrick has an incredible deadpan humor which makes this episode a particularly delightful listen.

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EPISODE ELEVEN | WENDY ORVILLE  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Wendy Orville, a monotype artist who creates breathtaking prints which capture the drama and tension of where the sky meets the earth. They are mysterious and alive compositions unlike anything else out there today. Orville talks about her process-driven practice and seeing failures in the studio as just more information. She also discusses how becoming a mother influenced her creative process transforming her into a relaxed and intuitive artist. It allowed her to give up the need for control and replace it with the permission to make the work that she truly wanted to make.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE ELEVEN | WENDY ORVILLE

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Wendy Orville, a monotype artist who creates breathtaking prints which capture the drama and tension of where the sky meets the earth. They are mysterious and alive compositions unlike anything else out there today. Orville talks about her process-driven practice and seeing failures in the studio as just more information. She also discusses how becoming a mother influenced her creative process transforming her into a relaxed and intuitive artist. It allowed her to give up the need for control and replace it with the permission to make the work that she truly wanted to make.

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EPISODE TEN | ALI NORMAN  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Ali Norman --printmaker, adjunct professor, boss lady-- and things get a little witchy. Ali talks about the ritual magic of printmaking, its connection to alchemy and imbuing her plates with intention and the light of the full moon. Through the physicality of her print practice she feels a connection to the earth from which the copper was pulled and those printmakers who laboured over the limestones before her. All of this and more, including how her own litho studio fell into her life just last week, is found in this episode.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TEN | ALI NORMAN

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Ali Norman --printmaker, adjunct professor, boss lady-- and things get a little witchy. Ali talks about the ritual magic of printmaking, its connection to alchemy and imbuing her plates with intention and the light of the full moon. Through the physicality of her print practice she feels a connection to the earth from which the copper was pulled and those printmakers who laboured over the limestones before her. All of this and more, including how her own litho studio fell into her life just last week, is found in this episode.

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EPISODE NINE | SHAYLA ALARIE  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Shayla Alarie print gallerist extraordinaire. Alarie offers a comprehensive account of the commercial side of the print world —both primary and secondary markets. We talk about the reselling of artists’ works within their life time, fakes and forgeries, signatures, editioning, print fairs and so much more. Alarie also answers your questions submitted via  Instagram . This is a must-listen episode for anyone interested in getting involved in the selling side of the print world.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE NINE | SHAYLA ALARIE

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Shayla Alarie print gallerist extraordinaire. Alarie offers a comprehensive account of the commercial side of the print world —both primary and secondary markets. We talk about the reselling of artists’ works within their life time, fakes and forgeries, signatures, editioning, print fairs and so much more. Alarie also answers your questions submitted via Instagram. This is a must-listen episode for anyone interested in getting involved in the selling side of the print world.

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EPISODE EIGHT | KEITH SECOLA JR  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Keith Secola a Northern Ute/Anishiaabe printmaker currently based in the Bay Area. Secola’s printmaking practice is a critique of text, images, and persuasion as it relates to history. He screenprints large-scale photographs from his family’s archive on to covers from publications of romanticised tales of early America often with warped views on the indigenous populations. Thus he physically and philosophically obscures and overrides these stories with a history from the voice of the subjects.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE EIGHT | KEITH SECOLA JR

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Keith Secola a Northern Ute/Anishiaabe printmaker currently based in the Bay Area. Secola’s printmaking practice is a critique of text, images, and persuasion as it relates to history. He screenprints large-scale photographs from his family’s archive on to covers from publications of romanticised tales of early America often with warped views on the indigenous populations. Thus he physically and philosophically obscures and overrides these stories with a history from the voice of the subjects.

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EPISODE FIVE | DEBORAH MARIS LADER  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Deborah Maris Lader, founder and director of the world renowned Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, about her journey founding this canonical institution. Lader is a force to be reckoned with, as a mother, director, musician, and artist she is a steadfast inspiration for anyone in the print world dreaming of building something.   Article    |  Podcast

EPISODE FIVE | DEBORAH MARIS LADER

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Deborah Maris Lader, founder and director of the world renowned Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, about her journey founding this canonical institution. Lader is a force to be reckoned with, as a mother, director, musician, and artist she is a steadfast inspiration for anyone in the print world dreaming of building something.

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EPISODE SEVEN | MEHDI DARVISHI  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Mehdi Darvishi, a mezzotint artist from Dorud, Iran, about growing in a small town discovering art through text books and teaching himself the mezzotint technique from YouTube videos. Death is omnipresent in his work and in his lived philosophy and we talk about how this affects is attitudes towards life, travel, and taking chances as a working artist.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE SEVEN | MEHDI DARVISHI

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Mehdi Darvishi, a mezzotint artist from Dorud, Iran, about growing in a small town discovering art through text books and teaching himself the mezzotint technique from YouTube videos. Death is omnipresent in his work and in his lived philosophy and we talk about how this affects is attitudes towards life, travel, and taking chances as a working artist.

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EPISODE SIX | BEN BERES  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Ben Beres: etcher, teacher, and son of a preacher. Beres speaks of his own artistic practice, his early influences growing up in the church, his passion for community building around a greater good, and adapting to the changing dynamics within the art world.     Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE SIX | BEN BERES

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Ben Beres: etcher, teacher, and son of a preacher. Beres speaks of his own artistic practice, his early influences growing up in the church, his passion for community building around a greater good, and adapting to the changing dynamics within the art world.

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BONUS ARTICLE | EUNICE KIM  Eunice Kim lives in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Her monotypes are deeply informed by the wildness out her window and married to the calm repetition of prayer. Nature Stories, her latest series, was printed entirely from wood salvaged after tearing down an old barn on her property, giving a second life to the weathered timber. The end result is a series of images which uniquely captures the tension found in nature between capriciousness, precision, and beauty.   Article

BONUS ARTICLE | EUNICE KIM

Eunice Kim lives in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Her monotypes are deeply informed by the wildness out her window and married to the calm repetition of prayer. Nature Stories, her latest series, was printed entirely from wood salvaged after tearing down an old barn on her property, giving a second life to the weathered timber. The end result is a series of images which uniquely captures the tension found in nature between capriciousness, precision, and beauty.

Article

EPISODE FOUR | MYLES CALVERT  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Myles Calvert, a visiting Professor in Expanded Media at Alfred University and Alfred State College. Throughout my conversation with Calvert the concept of craft came up over and over again, in this article we explore the craft of printmaking, the craft of career, and the craft of teaching. He’s easy to talk to, intelligent, and a delightful mix of classic Canadian nice with unexpected lashes of some of the best dry wit west of Manhattan.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE FOUR | MYLES CALVERT

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Myles Calvert, a visiting Professor in Expanded Media at Alfred University and Alfred State College. Throughout my conversation with Calvert the concept of craft came up over and over again, in this article we explore the craft of printmaking, the craft of career, and the craft of teaching. He’s easy to talk to, intelligent, and a delightful mix of classic Canadian nice with unexpected lashes of some of the best dry wit west of Manhattan.

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EPISODE THREE | CROW’S SHADOW INSTITUTE FOR THE ARTS  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Karl Davis, executive director of Crow’s Shadow, about the history of the institute’s print residency program, the challenges and joys of having a fine art center in a rural setting, and its commitment to serving the community of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE THREE | CROW’S SHADOW INSTITUTE FOR THE ARTS

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Karl Davis, executive director of Crow’s Shadow, about the history of the institute’s print residency program, the challenges and joys of having a fine art center in a rural setting, and its commitment to serving the community of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.

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EPISODE TWO | NATHAN MELTZ  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Nathan Meltz about his founding of the Screenprint Biennial, his time in the music industry, early anarchist publications, and robot porn.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE TWO | NATHAN MELTZ

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Nathan Meltz about his founding of the Screenprint Biennial, his time in the music industry, early anarchist publications, and robot porn.

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EPISODE ONE | WUON-GEAN HO  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Wuon-Gean Ho about growing up in a vet practice in Oxford, her first prints, and how an unforeseeable turn of events within her family has changed her printmaking.   Article  |  Podcast

EPISODE ONE | WUON-GEAN HO

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Wuon-Gean Ho about growing up in a vet practice in Oxford, her first prints, and how an unforeseeable turn of events within her family has changed her printmaking.

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EPISODE ZERO | THE INTRODUCTION  In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda introduces the podcast with clips from upcoming interviews with Ben Beres, Myles Calvert, Karl Davis, Wuon Gean Ho, Deborah Maris Lader and Nathan Meltz.   Podcast

EPISODE ZERO | THE INTRODUCTION

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda introduces the podcast with clips from upcoming interviews with Ben Beres, Myles Calvert, Karl Davis, Wuon Gean Ho, Deborah Maris Lader and Nathan Meltz.

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