Category Archives: Teresa Grasseschi

In response to the last posting I give you this…

I have always enjoyed watching how these two make their work:   Advertisements

Posted in Teresa Grasseschi | 1 Comment

Di Liu: Animal Regulation Series

25 year old Chinese photographer has been awarded the 2010 Lacoste Elysee prize. Liu is known for his work which deals with conflicting relationships between nature and human society by the rate of Chinese urban development. Hailey I thought you … Continue reading

Posted in Teresa Grasseschi | 2 Comments

Killing the Colony

Jen Graves piece on the 619 building is a necessary read for those interested in the state of arts in Seattle. Killing the Colony Meet the hundred artists the tunnel bureaucrats don’t care about displacing. “Last Wednesday afternoon at the … Continue reading

Posted in Readings, Teresa Grasseschi | Leave a comment

Cayetano Ferrer

Artist Cayetano Ferrer uses photography in a quite interesting and radically different way. Instead of photography functioning to capture, Ferrer uses his camera to create the transparent. For more on Ferrer-click here  

Posted in Artists, Teresa Grasseschi | Leave a comment

Got a flesh wound? Why not print some new skin?

This is too interesting not to post. Thank God for ink jet printers.

Posted in Teresa Grasseschi | Leave a comment

85th Annual International Competition: Printmaking

First of all if you haven’t checked out The Print Center you must. While I know most of you print oriented people already know exactly what I am talking about because of the conference last year that does not mean … Continue reading

Posted in Juried Shows and Art Competitions, Teresa Grasseschi | Leave a comment

Say what grandma?

So while searching for reference materials for my next woodblock I came across this artist. From what I can gather (the web site is in French? I believe…) this photographer is genius. He takes pictures of his grandma and his … Continue reading

Posted in Teresa Grasseschi | Leave a comment