Episode twenty-one | elizabeth jean younce

Published 21 august 2019



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?”