Joshua Green's Profile
I have been printmaking since 2006. I have worked under the guidance of David Sandlin at the School of Visual Arts and Julie Harris at Kean Univeristy. I have experimented with a survey of processes: woodcuts, linocuts, drypoint, screenprinting, intaglio, collagraphy, and monotyping. I now work primarily with large woodcuts. I enjoy printmaking because of it's focus on process; the relationship between the artist and the material.
I also play the drums and enjoy Kids in the Hall. An archivist at heart, my shelves are filled with sketchbooks, comics, books, DVDs, magazines, and vinyl. They are all enjoyed and alphabetically sorted.
- Born on April 22
- Joined March 14, 2010
birch veneer, Graphic Chemical block printing ink, masa paper, stone henge paper, EC Lyons woodcut tools, Pilot Precise Extra Fine pens, beards, punk rock, revolutionaries, steel rulers, animals, macabre