Anderson Ranch Editions
Created in the Patton Print Shop
Since 1978, top contemporary artists have visited Anderson Ranch Arts Center and produced quality artwork here in the Patton Print Shop. The Anderson Ranch Editions are a collection of these prints.
Anderson Ranch Editions publication program has invited emerging and established artists alike to work on projects across a variety of processes. Throughout the years, the Editions program has been directed by a number of artists and Master Printers including Bud Shark, Catherine Chauvin, Craig O’Brien, David Mohallatee, Hiroki Morinoue, Jonathan Singer, Liz Ferrill, Matthew Christie, Maurice Sanchez, Melinda Beeman, Rob Brinker and Timothy Berry.
In the Patton Print Shop, artists have the opportunity to experiment with their ideas in new ways. Printmaking has always incorporated cutting-edge technology with traditional skills, and the Ranch encourages artists to combine traditional print processes with the newest digital technology. This supported experimentation helps artists to grow and connect, and expands horizons for the Anderson Ranch community.
The resulting prints are made available for purchase and the proceeds provide ongoing support for all Ranch programming.
If you have questions about the Anderson Ranch Editions program, or would like help with a purchase, please contact Meriwether McClorey, Artistic Programs Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970/924-5098.
Our Editions Team
Some notable artists who have worked on the Ranch campus creating editions are Andrianna Campbell, Carol Anthony, Clare Rojas, Eric Fischl, John Buck, Judy Dater, Kenny Scharf, Robert Kushner, Shara Hughes, Simon Haas, Simonette Quamina, Sylvia Plimack Mangold and Tom Sachs.
The program is currently led by Master Printer, Brian Shure.
Below is a select list of artists and their work that is currently in the collection and available for purchase.
Meleko Mokgosi—born in Francistown, Botswana, and living and working in Wellesley, MA—is an artist, Associate Professor and director of graduate studies at the Yale School of Art, and director of the Interdisciplinary Art and Theory Program.
Steve Locke(b.1963) was born in Cleveland, OH and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Spanning painting, drawing, sculpture, and installation, Locke’s practice critically engages with the Western canon to muse on the connections between desire, identity, and violence.
Clare Rojas employs a deeply personal visual language in her work, alternating between dense figurative scenes, and minimal, abstract compositions. Rojas approaches both with a consistent, lyrical sensitivity as she interjects totemic references to her own life, seeking new ways to communicate narrative, playing on our instinctive desire to decode, and comprehend images.
Shana and Robert ParkeHarrison
Working in collaboration with Master Printer, Brian Shure, the ParkeHarrison’s new series, Red Sun, incorporates imagery that is at once evocative of their iconic work as well as a departure from their practice through the incorporation of lithography.
Elliott Hundley (b. 1975 Greensboro, North Carolina) received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence in 1997 and an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2005.
Born in 1985 in Yokneam Moshava, Israel, Doron Langberg currently lives and works in New York City. He received his MFA from Yale University School of Art, holds a BFA from the University of Pennsylvania, a Certificate from PAFA, and attended the Yale Summer School of Music and Art, Norfolk. Langberg has attended the EFA Studio Program, Sharpe Walentas Studio Program, Yaddo artist residency, and the Queer Art Mentorship Program.
Elinor Carucci’s work has been included in many solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including Edwynn Houk Gallery, Fifty One Fine Art Gallery and Gagosian Gallery, London, among others. Her photographs are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Houston Museum of Fine Art. She has received the ICP Infinity Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship.
Simonette Quamina received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is the recipient of the 2017 Salem Art Works fellowship, the 2017-2018 Provincetown Fine Art Works Center residency and is a studio recipient of the Elizabeth Foundation of the Art Studio program in New York City.
Tom Sachs is a sculptor and art provocateur, best known for his elaborate recreations of various modern icons, such as the NASA Apollo 11 lunar landing module and Le Corbusier’s 1952 Unite de Habitation. He works and lives in New York City where he has an active art making studio. Tom has exhibited worldwide.
John Buck received his BFA in sculpture from Kansas City Art Institute in 1968 and his MFA in sculpture from UC Davis in 1972. John Buck is both a sculptor and a printmaker. He works with interrelated bodies of work: carved wood assemblage sculptures, bronze sculptures, and large, multicolored woodblock prints.
Hiroki Morinoue received his BFA from the California College of the Arts. He began teaching mokuhanga at Anderson Ranch over 20 years ago. He has traveled to Japan for an intensive artist-in-residence program sponsored by the Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory and attended the 2nd International Mokuhanga Conference and Satellite Program in Tokyo.
Since participating in the early years of the Pattern and Decoration Movement in the 1970s, Robert Kushner has continued to address controversial issues involving decoration. Kushner’s work combines organic representational elements with abstracted geometric forms in a way that is both decorative and modernist.
Christian Rex van Minnen
Christian Rex van Minnen was born in Providence, RI in 1980 and received his BA from Regis University, Denver in 2002. He has exhibited throughout the US and internationally and was an Artist-in-Residence at Anderson Ranch in the fall of 2017.
Allison Miller was born in Evanston, IL (b.1974) and lives in Los Angeles, CA. She received a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles, CA in 2001 and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI in 1996. Miller makes abstract paintings and prints that challenge both maker and viewer.
Enrique Martínez Celaya
Enrique Martínez Celaya is an internationally renowned artist, as well as an author and former scientist whose work has been exhibited and collected by major institutions around the world.
Trained as a biologist, Allison Stewart’s forty-year visual arts career has been steadfastly informed by our increasingly fragile environments and the ultimate interconnectedness of all living things. Using deep layers of color and texture to illustrate experiences of time and transformation, Stewart navigates the complex and often disturbing relationships between humans and nature.
Gregory Botts developed as a figurative and landscape painter under the tutelage of New York school rebels Paul Georges and Fairfield Porter – two artists seeking a relevant, modern vocabulary for representational painting that also honored certain ideas from Abstract Expressionism. Over his career, Botts has injected poetry, philosophy and critical theory into his continuing search for a painting style that marries the abstract to the concrete.
Jane Dickson has been exhibiting her paintings, drawings, and prints in museums and galleries domestically and internationally for two decades. She frequently works with unusual surfaces such as Astroturf, sandpaper, vinyl, or carpet to exploit the implicit references and the textural possibilities these materials offer.
Eric Fischl is an internationally acclaimed American painter and sculptor. His artwork is represented in many distinguished museums throughout the world and has been featured in over one thousand publications. His extraordinary achievements throughout his career have made him one of the most influential figurative painters of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
“I am interested in evocative inferences about how we have come to live with nature—the shaping of landscape, cultivation and destruction activities, wild and domestic nature, shelters, markers, spaces, natural and evolved forms—icons that come from living with, and against, nature.”
Susan Shatter (1943-2011) was one of the great champions of contemporary watercolor painting, and a virtuoso of the medium. A native New Yorker, she studied at Boston University, Pratt Institute and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine, and was the subject of over thirty solo exhibitions.