Giclee Printing Artists News
Cynthia Starkweather-Nelson Exhibit 
Friday, June 18, 2010, 06:44 PM
We recently had the pleasure of printing for Cynthia Starkweather-Nelson for a series of shows she has coming up. The first show is a two person exhibit with Bonnie Cutts at the Unity Church - Unitarian in St. Paul. The show is up until July 31st at 432 Holly Ave, St Paul, MN 55104.

Cynthia, a well know Twin Cities artist and printmaker has been exhibiting for a number of years in Minnesota, the Midwest and around the country. We were excited to be able to reproduce both some of her paintings and a woodblock print. The final print we made for Cynthia's work Shoreline, shown at the right, was 24X36. Click on the image to see it larger.

See more of her work at

Art work copyright Cynthia Starkweather-Nelson 2010. All rights reserved.

Russ Bolt at the Mayors Gallery, Boston City Hall 
Saturday, June 5, 2010, 06:28 PM
Russ Bolt, a Boston based photographer who we often print for, has an exhibit titled Chamber Light now up at the Mayor's Gallery at the Boston City Hall.

Russ has been exploring HDR (High Dynamic Range) shooting at Fort Warren in the Boston Harbor. We printed the image shown here at 30X44 and it looked stunning. By combining different exposures Russ held detail in both the brightest highlights and the darkest shadow. It created a wonderfully rich image.

To see more of Russ' work stop by the show, if you are in Boston. Or look at his Website here:

Image copyright Russ Bolt 2010, All rights Reserved. Click on image to see larger.

Visit Richard Ward on the St. Croix Valley Art Opener 
Friday, April 23, 2010, 10:01 PM
Richard Ward is once again a part of the St. Croix valley studio tour. We are proud to be a sponsor of the tour again this year. We also featured one of Richard's works in our ad in the Minnesota Watercolor Society Newsletter. If you looking for a great drive through the beautiful St. Croix valley in Minnesota and Wisconsin check out the tour and his studio. For more information

2010 Richard Ward All Rights Reserved

Tim Turenne Wins Again Minnesota 2010 Walleye Stamp Prints Are Now Available 
Monday, March 29, 2010, 03:55 PM
Last year Tim Turenne won the Trout Stamp competition in Minnesota. This year he has had another victorious year winning the 2010 Minnesota Walleye stamp. For me walleye are not only the best fish to eat, but they are Minnesota's best catch as well. Tim's big lunker is going after a lure on a rocky bottom lake or river. You can feel the anticipation anyone who fishes for walleye knows first hand. Although a Walleye Stamp is not required to fish for this species, purchasing the stamp does help the DNR with stocking and management programs.

We have helped Tim create limited edition Giclee prints of the winning design. The lusciously colored and richly detailed 7X9 images are printed on 10X12 heavyweight archival Museo paper using archival Ultrachrome K3 inks.

For information on catching one of these fine specimans contact Tim at: Or visit his site

Copyright Tim Turrene 2010, all rights reserved.

Two Exhibits Feature Minnesota Artists 
Monday, March 29, 2010, 03:32 PM
Two artists we have worked with are having exhibits during the month of April. The exhibits represent the wide range of art available in the Twin Cities, and the range of artists we work with.

Jeff Millikan is showing some of his photographs of bee altered books at the Minnesota Center of Book Arts in downtown Minneapolis. The show opened March 12th and is up through June 20th. Jeff has had a number of exhibits in the Twin Cities, and elsewhere, including the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Walker Art Center.

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For more information on the exhibit see

Dan Wiemer is showing at the Seasons on the St. Croix in Hudson Wisconsin from April 2nd to the 29th. Hudson has become quite a destination for Twin Cities artists and the art community, so if you are in the area check out one of the finest watercolor artists in the region.

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For more information on the exhibit see

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