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Albuquerque, New Mexico, US

Since 1960, Tamarind has shaped the field of collaborative printmaking, through a unique printer training program and an educational mission to preserve and advance the creative medium of lithography. Today Tamarind is a nonprofit workshop occupying a freestanding building on the original Route 66, with a state-of-the-art workshop, public gallery, educational programs and tours. Tamarind encompasses an extensive archive of historic material, a print inventory of some 8000 lithographs produced by the workshop, and a team of highly trained printers, curators, and print experts. Tamarind Institute stimulates research, preservation of knowledge, and community among a diverse international following. This unique program is widely credited with revitalizing the creative medium of lithography and continues to provide the only printer training program of its kind in the world.

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Maria by Rose B. Simpson

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This selection features very recent projects alongside earlier editions from the workshop's sixty-year history. Tamarind continues to invite both experienced printmakers and artists who are new to printmaking, with the intention of continually advancing the medium with fresh perspectives.

Tamarind Institute/Director Diana Gaston

ROSE B. SIMPSON

Maria

2021

18 x 46 inches each panel

Two-color lithograph, diptych

Edition of 30

$8,500 (only sold as a diptych)

ELLEN LESPERANCE

The Final Path of Feminye

2020

42 1/16 x 29 3/4 inches

Thirteen-color lithograph

Edition of 20

$3,500

DANIELLE ORCHARD

Blue Bather

2019

34 x 45 inches

Four-color lithograph

Edition of 10

$3,000

PAULA WILSON

Eye Spots

2021

27 3/4 x 22 inches

Two-color lithograph with chine collé

Edition of 20

$2,000

Rose B. Simpson signing her lithograph, Maria, with Tamarind Curator Ben Schoenburg

DEBORAH REMINGTON

Veii (roman numeral edition)

1980

25 7/8 x 20 inches

Thirteen-color lithograph

Edition of 7

$2,500

Apprentice Printer Alyssa Ebinger and Tamarind Master Printer Valpuri Remling during the proofing process

ED RUSCHA

Excuse Me I Didn’t Mean to Interrupt

1975

30 x 22 inches

Two-color lithograph

Edition of 70

PRICE ON REQUEST

INKA BELL

Yellow and Beige With a Hint of Lavender

2019

30 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches

Two-color lithograph

Edition of 12

$800