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Resurgent interest in The Arts and Crafts Movement in the 1970s along with the Feminist Movement propelled me in the direction of exploring previously designated domestic crafts with the intention of raising the status to a fine art form. This concept originated in Victorian England under the influence of John…

ARTIST STATEMENT — Kathleen Piercefield Years ago, before I had any personal experience with printmaking, I was drawn to the mystique of the process and to the richness of line that I saw in prints.  I was doing a lot of pen and ink drawings at the time, and some…

The Tiger Lily Press Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 28 at our studio behind the Dunham Recreation Center in Price Hill. Please save the date to kick off the new year with the Tiger Lily family for our annual members meeting,  potluck lunch and presentation. Newcomers and guests welcome….

  Cincinnati, Ohio: March 3, 2016 – An exhibition of recent work by the printmaking artists of Cincinnati’s Tiger Lily Press opens on March 25, 2016, at Clay Street Press. Traditional printmaking techniques including etching, woodcuts, silkscreen, collagraph, and monoprints will be represented as well as newer processes such as…