Have an Encounter with this archival inkjet by Wisconsin artist Paula Schuette Kramer and Tandem Press!
Wisconsin artist Paula Schuette Kraemer is known for her drypoint monoprints and monotypes, although she works in other traditional intaglio techniques as well, such as etching and photogravure. Stylistically, her work is noted for its free and expressionistic line, depiction of movement, rich use of color, and experimentation with layering of materials.
Paula Schuette Kraemer studied art history at Vassar College and then completed her undergraduate work in fine art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She then went on to receive her Master’s Degree in Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin where she studied with Warrington Colescott and Bruce Breckenridge. Close alliance with Tandem Press has also afforded Schuette the opportunity to learn from many of the tandem artists who ahve worked there.
Schuette’s work is represented in many private, corporate, and museum collections throughout the Midwest including Quadgraphics, The Hallmark Corporation, Vail Resorts, The University of Wisconsin, The University of Wisconsin, and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. All of her work is created and printed at her own Open Gate Press which is located in Madison, Wisconsin. The artist signs her work using her maiden name, Schuette. Click HERE to view works by Schuette in the Chazen permanent collection!
Dimensions: 14 x 10 inches
Archival inkjet, relief
Edition of 120
Tandem Press is a publisher of fine art prints that hosts internationally renowned artists in its studio space, assisting them as they create original fine art editions. Using an array of traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques, Tandem Press stands at the forefront of research, experimentation, and new developments in the field of printmaking and has established itself as a leader among international fine art print publishers.